27 May, 2012 in Cute | 10 Comments
How the f*** is that ironic?
Didn’t he set Romeo and Juliet in ” fair Verona where we lay our scene…”
Romeo and Juliet takes place in Verona, Italy.
hmmm, just read the rest of the description? the coincidence of their findings and the native city where the story was written maybe?
So now coincidence and irony are the same thing?
The play Romeo and Juliet takes place, most generally, in the cities of Verona and Mantua, Italy.
So the picture is right, at least that’s what it says in the Wikipedia page of Romeo and Juliet.
I wish we were told how they died. This looks like something from Pompeii.
Romeo was exiled to Mantua for just a few scenes, but they both died in Verona. This picture was really popular a few years ago, I’m sure you can still find information on it.
The two sets of skeletens do not quite match. Why do they look opposite from the way they appear on the left side?
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