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  spanelli  |  16

1- Actually, "wherefore art thou Romeo?" means,"Why are you Romeo?" (or something close to that). Since, Juliet is a Capulet and Romeo is a Montegue(sp?). She is not asking where he is.
No worries though, a lot of people make that mistake.

  catnip216  |  0

I was going to mention the same thing, "wherefore" = "why". In other words, "Why are you Romeo *Montegue*? Couldn't you have been from any other family?"

  dudeitsdanny  |  9

Call me a nerd, but it bugs the fuck out of me when people use it incorrectly.
But if I say "wherefore" to someone, and they respond correctly, we can be bestfriends.

English nerd for life.

  TheNewGuy03  |  28

cue ridiculously fat news anchors who take up all the entire screen when pointing out weather patterns.

everyone wants to be politically correct these days. whatever.

i'm not dissing fat people -- i'm just saying you can't please everyone. some roles just shouldn't be played by certain people.

|the kid|