Romeo and Juliet Marriage Scene
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Friar Laurence: May the Lord bless this marriage between Romeo and Juliet that is about to take place. Romeo: No matter what happens, I will always love Juliet. As long as I'm marrying her, nothing matters.
Friar Laurence: Be careful not to love Juliet too much, Romeo. Otherwise, your marriage will lose its spark. Speaking of Juliet, here she comes now.
Romeo: Juliet, my bae! It feels like forevs since I last saw you. Tell me how happy you are to be marrying me today. BTW, your wedding dress is on fleek.
Juliet: TBH Romeo, words can't even describe how happy I am. My love for you is totally for realz. The way you care about me makes me feel like the luckiest chick in the world.
Friar Laurence: Come now, lovebirds. Let me unite you two quickly, as I can sense your anxiousness.
Romeo: Take my hand, sweet Juliet, and never let it go for as long as we both shall live. Juliet: I will never, handsome Romeo, as I love you more than life itself . . . and my iPhone.
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