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Foolish Teen Lovers Get What They Deserved!

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Introduction

18th April 1595 Foolish Teen Lovers Get What They Deserved! In the early hours of this morning, Romeo and Juliet both killed themselves. I have to say if they never committed suicide, someone else would taken care of the job for them. These were two irresponsible individuals who had nothing but their own interests in mind; they were reckless, disobedient and untrustworthy. The Market Fracas Several days prior to Romeo and Juliet's deaths, there was a fracas in the market place. The streets of Verona were once again flowing with an abundance of disarray. Even after the great Prince Escalus had issued a severe warning to those who disobeyed his wishes of keeping the peace on the streets of Verona. It was Romeo, who started the whole quarrel; he was the one who provoked Tybalt. ...read more.

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Tybalt accepted Romeo's challenge of course, but he fell. Romeo slaughtered him with a passion, this reveals that Romeo is truly a ghastly and disgraceful human being. An onlooker at the scene of both murders informed us on the exact goings on in the market of Verona yesterday. They said: "it was outrageous, Romeo is reprehensible! I witnessed everything, I saw Tybalt wound Mercutio just after Romeo blocked Mercutio's view. And then I observed while Romeo took pleasure in executing Tybalt. Romeo has a careless, culpable and outrageous character." And also: "It was clear to see that Romeo just needed an excuse to kill Tybalt, he was in the way of his plan to have his way with Juliet." Disobedient Teens! Romeo and Juliet were wrong not to listen to their parents. Instead they chose to listen to their foolish minds and Friar Laurence. ...read more.

Conclusion

Moreover, even after they were warned to keep their distance from each other, they were still together. They even undertook the ceremony of marriage surreptitiously and without their parent's permission. This shows great foolishness and haste on the behalf of Romeo and Juliet. They were also very young, if the Capulet's wanted to find Juliet a suitor they could have easily chosen the County Paris. But they had decided that she was too young to be married, they wanted Juliet become sixteen years of age before they even considered allowing her to be married. This illustrates Juliet's character in a very accurate light; she is an impatient, disobedient and untrustworthy young lady. I think this foolish pair of young lovers I think this foolish pair of young lovers I think this foolish pair of young lovers I think this foolish pair of young lovers were wrong to disobey their parents and got what they deserved! ...read more.

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