"Wherefore" actually means "why"; Juliet is asking why he must be Romeo, and a hated Montague.
@ConsultingTimeLord, I thought it meant who?
@ConsultingTimeLord, thank you. It has annoyed me for the longest time that it's so frequently misused
@ConsultingTimeLord, thank God I'm not the only one here who knows this
@ConsultingTimeLord, why is the peanut butter? So deep
@ConsultingTimeLord, if only we could spread the word to more people...
@EduardoEldredge, @ConsultingTimeLord, I bet u guys are a blast at parties
@J Boogie, You should've seen me at the Shakespeare Camp mixer last summer, man. My man Dub-Shakes an I can get down. Verily.
@BeholdMrL, perfect response
@ConsultingTimeLord, finally someone said it.
@ConsultingTimeLord, And "art" is incorrect with "peanut butter"
@ConsultingTimeLord, *queen Hermione voice* "verily?!"
@ConsultingTimeLord, hey guys let's take something we all learned in 8th grade while reading this book in school and put it on a comment to seem smart!
Hehehe....it said "Peanut Butt"
@PhoShizzle, label on the can
@PhoShizzle, Hahahhaha you said "it"
Fun fact, Romeo and Juliet were only 13 according to the play. That's right, the modern day standard of romance is just a couple of over dramatic children.
@Abominable Snowdog, actually Romeo was 16, which makes it all that much worse
@Abominable Snowdog, its saying don't get in a relationshIp or give up your peanut butter
So this is saying that we should commit suicide in love instead of getting married because that's worse?
@877CashNow, exactly. Now we can all live in peace.
@877CashNow, Contrary to Frank Sinatra, you actually have two options upon going steady with a girl:
1. Love each other
2. Get married
It always bothered me that it says wherefore, since that means why.
@Made in China, I'm sorry, I accidentally downvoted you. You're correct.
14 March 2014 #14March2014
Why is the peanut butter? Peanu butter is life
My English techie made the class act out Romeo and Juliet... It was insanely awkward
The phrase "wherefore art thou, Romeo" actually means "why are you Romeo?" Referring to Romeo's family. That being said, this picture bugs me because it says, "why are the god damn peanut butter, Romeo?" Which, needless to say, makes no sense.
Why is she mad an him? He has the 'peanut butt' not the peanut butter...
I, too, would like to know why are the god damn peanut butter.
Well that escalated quickly
This is more like me and my sister than two lovers hundreds of years ago.
@Conman33, are you saying you and your sister are the equivalent?
@Prince super Vegeta , cause I eat all of the peanut butter and she gives me that evil look.
What's that black spot on the ceiling
Because of the font it really looked like it said 'boneyroom'... But maybe that's my firth mind.