Romeo And Juliet

Romeo And Juliet

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  • [First] servingman
  • To have everything in one or two men's hands, and they unwashed too.It is a foul thing.
  • [Second] servingman
  • You are welcome, gentlemen. ------Come, musicians play. Enjoy your time.
  • O, She is so beautiful like a rich jewel in an Ethiop's ear. For I never saw true beauty till this night.
  • This is Montague's sound! Give me my sword! How dare he is!
  • My kinsman, why are you so angry?
  • Uncle, this is a Montague, our foe. He would scorn our banquet tonight!
  • Young Romeo is it?
  • Yes, that villain Romeo.
  • Calm down. Let him alone. To say truth, he is one of portly gentlemen in this town. I would not make a trouble with him in my own house. Therefore, be patient. Show a fair presence and do not make a trouble.
  • I cannot bear this scorn.
  • He will be endured. What, goodman boy? I say he will. Go to. I am the master here! Go to.
  • If my unworthies hand desecrate your holy shrine. My lips are willing to beg for your pardon.
  • Good pilgrim. Do not defile your hands. This is a devout courtesy. For saint's hands, the pilgrim can touch. Hand to hand is holy than kiss.
  • What is mouth use for?
  • Mouth is use for pray.
  • O then, dear saint, let lips do what hands do. Let lips pray.
  • Saint approve.
  • Saint, let me take my laurel. My sin is purged.
  • Now my mouth is taking the sin.
  • The sin from my mouth? O, let me withdraw it.
  • You can kiss the book.
  • Madam, your mother calls.
  • Who is her mother?
  • Her mother is the lady of this house. She is a good, wise and virtuous lady. I take care of her daughter that you talked with. I tell you, who can marry with her, will have the chinks.
  • Is she a Capulet? O dear account! My life is in my foe's hand.
  • GO to, it is time to leave.
  • I am afraid that I cannot meet her again.
  • Gentlemen, we still have a banquet towards. Prepare not to be gone. Do you have to go? Why then, I thank you all. I thank you, honest gentlemen. Good night. More touches here. It is too late, let us go to bed.
  • Nurse, who is that young gentleman?
  • The son and heir of Tiberio.
  • Who is the man that now is going out of door?
  • I think he is young Petruchio.
  • Who is the man that follows here, that would not dance?
  • I do not know.
  • Go ask his name!
  • If he be married, my grave would be my wedding bed.
  • His name is Romeo. He is a Montague. The only son of our great foe.
  • We suppose to be a enemy, but I am falling in love with a loathed foe.
  • What is this? What is this?
  • It is a rhyme I heard when I am danced.
  • JULIET!!
  • Come on, let us go. All strangers are gone.
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