And my friend Cupcake brought up a good point:
"How come whenever we do something fun a teacher has to ruin it by making us do some boring assignment to go with it?"
"These old-time words are making the story harder to understand, but one thing's for sure--Romeo and Juliet are completely and utterly in love with each other."
"I find it sad that Romeo and Juliet can't just have a normal wedding with their families. It's the families' fault, but it's to the couple's expense."
"I always thought this story was a cheesy, romantic one, but this [scene] proves me wrong. This scene shows the complications of getting married. Here, I realized that maybe this isn't just a story that creates unrealistic expectations for couples."
So, what is the point of this post anyway? Uhm. How about look closer into books? Yeah, sure. And on a side note, I'm still listening to Finale by Madeon on repeat! (I don't know how to pronounce "Madeon", could you guys help me on that, too?) Well, small round green vegetables!