Romeo, Benvolio, Mercutio, Nurse, and PeterStreets of Verona
"My fan, Peter." (2.4.108)
Romeo and Mercutio are making fun of the nurse
"Good Peter, to hide her face, for her fan's the fairer face." (2.4.109-10)
In Juliet's mind, Romeo is the perfect man with no flaws. But in this scene the readers can see that Romeo is anything but the sort. Romeo intentionally made fun of the nurse's body in public for his own satisfaction. He masks his real personality with Juliet and acts like the perfect suitor, but in
reality he's a notorious jerk who body shames women. Juliet is oblivious to Romeo's true character, and lets the idea of love trick her into believing Romeo is the perfect man. This relates to the motif of deception, because Romeo is deceiving Juliet by acting as if he's the perfect man with her, but a bully
with everyone else. Shakespeare is demonstrating, through Romeo and Juliet, that love can blind your vision of reality.