Romeo and Juliet


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  • You’re like one of those guys who walks into a bar, slams his sword on the table, and then says, “I pray I never have to use you.” By the time he orders his second drink, he pulls his sword on the bartender for no reason at all.
  • I’m begging you, good Mercutio, let’s call it a day. It’s hot outside, and the Capulets are wandering around. If we bump into them, we’ll certainly get into a fight. When it’s hot outside, people become angry and hot-blooded.
  • Come on, you can be as angry as any guy in Italy when you’re in the mood. When someone does the smallest thing to make you angry, you get angry. And when you’re in the mood to get angry, you find something to get angry about.
  • Am I really like one of those guys?
  • Good afternoon, gentlemen. I’d like to have a word with one of you.
  • Oh great, here come the Capulets.
  • You’ll find me ready enough to do that, sir, if you give me a reason. You’ll find me ready enough to do that, sir, if you give me a reason.
  • “Hang out?” Who do you think we are, musicians in a band? This is my fiddlestick. I’ll use it to make you dance. Goddammit—“Hang out!”
  • Well, may peace be with you. Here comes my man, the man I’m looking for.
  • You just want one word with one of us? Put it together with something else. Make it a word and a blow.
  • Romeo, there’s only one thing I can call you. You’re a villain. So now turn and draw your gun.
  • He’s not your man. Alright, walk out into a field, and he’ll chase you. In that sense you can call him your “man.”
  • NO!
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