Well, you do not know how to pick a man. Romeo is not the one. Although he is more handsome than any other man I've seen, he is not the perfect gentleman. However, I will tolerate him because he seems like a nice person. Have you eaten yet?
No, I haven't eaten yet. Nurse, I already knew all of this. What did he say about our marriage?
I'm sorry you're not feeling well, but sweet, sweet, sweet nurse, please tell me what Romeo said.
Oh, how my head aches! My head beats as if it would fall into twenty pieces. My back hurts too! Shame on you for sending me out to die from all of this walking around!
Where is my mother? She's in the house. Where else would she be? That's such an odd reply! "Your love says, like an honest gentleman, 'where is your mother?'"
Your love said, like an honest, courteous, kind, handsome, virtuous gentleman- where is your mother?
The Nurse tells Juliet that even though Romeo is a very handsome, young man, he is not the perfect gentleman. She doesn't think he is the right guy for her, but she will tolerate him because he seems nice.
Stop fussing! Come on nurse, what did Romeo say?
Why are you so impatient? Is this the solution for my aching bones? From now on, get your own messages!
The Nurse continues to complain about how she is aching from the long journey instead of answering Juliet's question. Juliet tells the nurse that she is sorry she is aching. Juliet tells the nurse to tell her what Romeo said.
Do you have permission to give confessions today?
The Nurse starts to tell Juliet Romeo's message, but she quickly stops and asks where Juliet's mother is. Juliet is confused and irritated by her reply.
Then you must hurry to Friar Lawrence's cell. Romeo is there, waiting to make you his wife. I see that you are blushing. You blush whenever you hear any kind of news. I have to go get a ladder. Romeo will climb this ladder up to your window when it is night. I do the labor for your delight, but soon you will have the duties of a wife when you get married tonight. I'll go to dinner. You hurry to the cell.
The nurse is angry with Juliet's impatience, so she tells her to get her own messages from now on. Juliet tells the nurse to stop fussing, and then she asks her once again what Romeo said.
The Nurse asks Juliet if she has permission to take shrift today. Juliet says she does have permission.
The Nurse tells Juliet that Romeo is at Friar Laurence's cell, waiting to marry Juliet. Excited by the news, Juliet says goodbye to the Nurse and makes her way to Friar Laurence's cell.
I will hurry to high fortune! Thank you nurse! Goodbye!