Ricardo and Janice Love Story

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The love story of Ricardo and Janice is a spin off of Shakespeare's, "Romeo and Juliet". Ricardo finds an invitation to the Capulet's dinner party for the celebration of Janice's arranged marriage with Peter, and decides to a bold move to attend along with some of his family members and friends. There, he notices Janice and it is love at first sight; the same happens to Janice. Janice leaves Peter to go to Ricardo. Peter gets jealous and decides to tell Janice's mother about what she has done. Janice's mother pulls her daughter by her hair out of anger and Ricardo pushes Lady Capulet (Janice's mother) off of Janice. From there a brawl breaks out. Janice and Ricardo run away from the fight and so on the story continues.

Storyboard Text

  • Ricardo had spotted an invitation for the Capulet's camaraderie to a dinner party.
  • Thou has't been did invite to the Capulet's feast.
  • Well, what doth we has't here?
  • The house of the Capulet's was deviant to the rest of the village because it was enormous and beautiful. Altogether they brought largesse for Janice.
  • The men were ravenous and could not wait to enter the carouse. Altogether they had sagacious opinions about the castle.
  • Ricardo and his family were apathetic toward the feast until Janice walked in with Peter. This marriage was suppose to happen yesteryear.
  • Everybody was mesmerized and stagnant where they stood because of Janice's ostentatious dress. You could tell, her dress was meticulously sewn. She was the exemplary on out of the whole city. She was finessing as she walked.
  • Hello. They call me Janice.
  • Janice became florid when meeting Ricardo. Ricardo experienced fortitude when meeting the love of his life. Thy had congruity between each other.
  • Oh Ricardo. I love thee with a strong passion.
  • Pleased to meet thee beautiful lady. They call me by Ricardo.
  • WHAT?!?!
  • Considering she was barely fourteen, Janice was naïve when it came to love.
  • As do I, my fair Janice, love thee with all the love in the world.
  • Janice's mother repudiated the gesture made for Ricardo to marry her daughter.
  • The feast was ephemeral thanks to the brawl that broke out between the Capulet's and Montague's which caused them to ravage the dining hall.
  • I DOTH NOT GIVETH APPROBATION JANICE!
  • With a little help from Janice's amicable cobbler, her and Ricardo were able to circumvent the brawl and run away into the village. They ended up being ostracized from the castle and zilch was remained in the dining hall.
  • I feel not one bit of compunction.
  • 'Tis good we haveth candor with one another.
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