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#82 - pikininja
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(08/27/2013) [-]
It pisses me off when people use "Where are you, Romeo?" in place of "Wherefor art thou, Romeo?"   
The latter means "Why are you Romeo?" (hence the "what's in a name?" spiel).   
I don't know why I care so much. I didn't even like the story.
It pisses me off when people use "Where are you, Romeo?" in place of "Wherefor art thou, Romeo?"
The latter means "Why are you Romeo?" (hence the "what's in a name?" spiel).
I don't know why I care so much. I didn't even like the story.
#83 to #82 - bbbegley
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(08/27/2013) [-]
And she was basically asking why was he a Montague, not why was he Romeo.
#84 to #83 - pikininja
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(08/27/2013) [-]
I wonder if people would be less confused on the meaning if she said Montague instead.
#86 to #84 - bbbegley
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(08/27/2013) [-]
the answer to that is no
#87 to #86 - pikininja
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