• mightymargaretofanjou
Y'all can keep at it with that "Romeo
and Juliet fell in love in five days how
immature" shiz but Macbeth went from
no murder to yes murder in like one
afternoon and I feel like one of those is
a significantly bigger problem than the
other
In his defense his wife triple dog dared
him and called him a pussy
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    • Macbeth was manipulated by witches, Romeo and Juliet were just horny
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    • I hate that that is what actually fucking happened
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    • “Affix your fucking courage to your sticking place, pussy.” -Macbeth’s wife, probably:
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    • "Do it, pussy" "Shhiiiiit"
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    • What? You egg. (He stabs him.)
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    • Me and my buddy’s breaking point is easily “You’re pussy if you don’t” so I felt that one
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    • Macbeth was told he would be king, so his wife told him to murder the king and prince because he would be next in line. Women are the problem in the relationship, change my mind
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    • Thank god I spent 5 months studying Macbeth so I could understand this meme. Thank public schools!
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    • Romeo and Juliet is also a tragedy and not a love story
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    • I heard in the original draft or romeo and juliette, romeo got It in one last time with the supposed " dead" juliette.
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    • Lady Macbeth literally said "Your too nice, pussy. If you loved me you'd murder your friend". Then the madman actually did it
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    • Damn that lady didn’t care at all throwing her kid off the balcony like that
      Beaston 10 jul
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    • Macbeth is so much more compelling and interesting than Romeo and Juliet
      EdgeRuko 10 jul
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    • If a homie says “triple gay” you gotta do it.
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    • Nah he went from no murder to maybe murder and then his wife made fun of him so he did it and went crazy from guilt
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    • You egg *stabs him*
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    • Macbeth was tricked by witches, romeo and Juliet were horny and mad they couldn't fuck
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    • Also some witches told him it was gonna happen
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    • Macbeth is a C tier story.
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    • Yo if you get x3 dogged in front ya squad BY YA GIRL thennnnn
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    • They’re both stupid.
      nate0730 11 jul
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    • I mean if we're going along the lines of shakespeare, hell, hamlet wasn't wearing a hat in front of ophelia.
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    • Did you not read the part where soldiers bragged about him stabbing a guy in the belly button then dragging his sword to his chin? Macbeth merely added the king to his kiII list.
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    • Romeo and Juliet fell in 1 day.... Not to mention he felt the same way about another bitch a few hours b4 he saw Juliet
      Olivia00 10 jul
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    • And Hamlet just went around calling everyone fake bitches
      Ika_Desu 10 jul
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    • as someone who played in middle school theatre i can confirm that macbeth was fucking wild
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    • Well Romeo and Juliet were in love quicker than that. They agreed to be married to each other within 1 day of meeting each other
      YummyT 10 jul
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    • And so many people still don’t realize that Shakespeare’s work was pretty lowbrow during his time and people at the time didn’t hold in such high regard.
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    • Tf is a “mcbeth”
      taelwolf 10 jul
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    • We live in a society
      j2waldeck 10 jul
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    • My heart every time I hear Romeo & Juliet
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    • My mom and dad dated for 7 weeks before getting engaged and celebrated their 28th anniversary last month.
      heLa_x 13 jul
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    • Macbeth: *k1lls king or whatever* Wife: :O
      DotDot 11 jul
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    • But Macbeth in Gargoyles is a badass anti-hero
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    • Actually based on how long it took for word to travel and for people to travel Macbeth occured over a period of at least 3 months if not 6
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    • Back in the 70s when my grandmother lived in greece her neighbor threatened to sh0ot his wife if she didnt shut up and she kept egging him on so he went ahead and shot her in the neck in front of my mother while my grandmother was telling him not to behind him
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    • "No balls"
      L3465 10 jul
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    • Of course they were immature. They were 14.
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    • What, you egg? *stabs him*
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    • So like who was more evil Macbeth or lady Macbeth
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    • When is shakespears gonna release Romeo and juliet delux addition its been like 400 years already:/
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    • my english teacher freshman year said we wont read it because its “two horny teenagers who ki// themselves”
      walllly 13 jul
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    • Romeo and Juliet wasn’t meant to be a romance it was a tragedy
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    • She did, she did call him a pussy in ‘ye olde tongue.’
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    • My favorites a midsummers night dream.
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    • WAIT MACBETH IS A DUDE? I'm highly dumb and always assumed that it was a girl, but I literally know nothing about the story 😅
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    • Wasn’t he also like tripping balls? Either from drinking too much, eating bad cheese, or being poisoned or something like that I’m pretty sure he was tripping too.
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    • The Clintons
      justuhguy 12 jul
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    • Juliet was like 13 and Romeo was like 18 tho
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    • still don't think Macbeth is cursed? That movie literally just broke up The Coen Bros this year for the first time in 40 years as they tried to adapt it
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    • what the hell? I thought we agreed to call it THE SCOTTISH PLAY 😤
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    • In fairness, I'm back and forth on murder every hour of every day. That's not a maturity thing. That's just a matter of self control
      Xanehex 12 jul
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    • Also the time period of Macbeth was most likely months or years, it's just compressed for entertainment value
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    • No, this is reality. The idea is you reject murder until you feel like you’re cornered into it in some way
      Dabigbtk 12 jul
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    • SHE REALLY DID THO
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    • It was 3 days and 7 people died because a 17 year old wanted to fuck a 13yo
      NGAudio 12 jul
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    • this is the second time i’ve seen a macbeth post
      EatMeAzz 12 jul
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    • Rose and Jack fell in love in three days...
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    • So did Ezio
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    • his wife was 13 and he was 33
      Sadthat 11 jul
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    • in theater our forbidden word is him and usually whenever someone says it, somebody gets hurt that same day
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    • Romeo and Juliet is a cautionary tale anyway
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    • Romeo and Juliet fell in love in basically a day, maybe less than that. Juliet was around 13 and Romeo was 17-18ish. Juliet’s mom was 11 when she got pregnant with Juliet. Studying the play gives you all sorts of uncomfortable facts
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    • To be fair he has a prophecy from literal future seeing witches that he would be king. So there is that element of him thinking this is all pre-determined and I have no control/choice. Adds an interesting layer to the narrative
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    • macbeth is a god-tier book
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    • In Romeo and Juliet, if Romeo had just kept it in his pants, both of them would still be alive
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    • Basically because his wife called him a pussy
      Pupptator 11 jul
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    • He wasn’t bouta do it. And then he did it.
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    • Art notches use the R+J excuse when they come home engaged to some barista busker after two weeks.
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    • I mean he didn't exactly go from no murder, doesn't the play open w describing how he gutted a guy and put his head on the battlements?
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    • My husband and I met 5 years ago and have spent every single day together since then. Love is great
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    • Also Midsummer’s Night Dream was a drug induced wife swap in the forest
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    • Woman call man mean things. Man commit bad thing. Woman bad
      Steinius 11 jul
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    • I feel like Romeo and Juliet is the story that’s way more likely to happen
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    • Yeah... Some advice my friend gave me. People can't control who they fall in love with. What matters is you both want to be together and grow together. You're partners, so work on stuff together and you'll be fine.
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    • You know I’ve always based Romeo and Juliet for that but I never thought I’d fall in love with the love of me life after 3 days.
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    • I believe in murder at first sight. Love at first sight is lust.
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    • Macbeth is a legit simp
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    • In midsummer nights dream, four people changed their crush twice each in a matter of hours.
      Sobakiin 11 jul
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    • It was a triple dog dare bro what would you do???
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    • Lady McBeth wasn't fuckin around she was down to dash her baby's brains against the wall day one like bitch was bat-shit insane
      Gardeeboo 11 jul
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    • And you have won the Shakespeare “I got the plot” award. You are now destined to be a character in all of his plays till the end of time. (Not funny, it’s a horrible life....) (please help me...)
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    • Hamlet went from being against lying to being the biggest liar ever after an acid trip.
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    • Macbeth was so good
      TimaGirl 11 jul
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    • I did a report on this....10000% accurate
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    • Romeo and Juliet is just a story of horny teenagers that ended in several deaths
      MadBen 11 jul
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    • It bothers me that none of my HS teachers taught us that Romeo and Juliet is SATIRE. Everyone treats it as a straightforward love story but its meant to be stupid and be made fun of
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    • Bro I’ve been waiting for this to show back up lol
      Ellipsis 11 jul
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    • Romeo and Juliet were horny 14 year olds who caused 6 deaths by falling in love.
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    • first non lazy town stefan meme i've seen
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    • Juliette was also like 13
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    • So I guess that why you don’t let people bully you and just kinda chill
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    • To be fair he did kinda slaughter half an army in the first scene
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    • Point, counter point.
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    • fuck MacBeth, dishonorable bastard, I'm a descendent of the MacDuff clan
      Picti 11 jul
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    • If I remember correctly the whole story took place in maybe a little over 24 hours not 5 days, but I may be remembering wrong lmao
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    • I've gone from "no murder" to "maybe murder" in one shift in retail
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