Midsummer Night's Dream III ii
dopest thing u ever seen
What hast thou done? Thou has mistaken quite And laid the love juice on some true love's sight. Of thy misprision must perforce ensue Some true love turn'd, and not a false turn'd true.
If thou say so, withdraw, and prove it too.
Away, you Ethiop!
Lysander, whereto tends all this?
On the ground Sleep sound. I'll apply To your eye, Gentle lover, remedy.
Oberon is mad at Puck for messing up and putting the flower juice on the wrong person's eyes.
The four lovers are angry at each other, caught up in the midst of all the love chaos. Lysander outdoes himself by challenging Demetrius to a fight and using derogatory terms to describe Hermia.
After the argument has blown over, the four Athenians are sleeping. Puck comes to put the magic flower juice on Lysander's eyes in order to remedy the chaos.
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