What if Romeo and Juliet didn't die?

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Has anyone ever made up scenarios in there head thinking what would happen if Romeo and Juliet never died?

I have and I was wondering what everyone else thinks! Share your thoughts with me! <3
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Then the feud between the two families would not end sadly!
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Idk even if they didn't die I don't think they would be together for too long. I would imagine that they run away to live somewhere else away from Italy but eventually realise that they don't actually love each other :dontknow:
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Romeo was such a dumbass imo, could he not have checked/asked someone around smh
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Idk even if they didn't die I don't think they would be together for too long. I would imagine that they run away to live somewhere else away from Italy but eventually realise that they don't actually love each other :dontknow:
Shakespeare would not allow that :no:
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Has anyone ever made up scenarios in there head thinking what would happen if Romeo and Juliet never died?

I have and I was wondering what everyone else thinks! Share your thoughts with me! <3
I never really cared that much about R+J tbh.
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Shakespeare would not allow that :no:
True Shakespeare would kill them either way or pretend they were in love :hmmm:
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I never really cared that much about R+J tbh.
fair enough :3
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True Shakespeare would kill them either way or pretend they were in love :hmmm:
Exactly fam!!!

Shakespeare is UNIQUE!!

Shout out to Shakespeare!!!
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(Original post by 1XxNoNamexX1)
Has anyone ever made up scenarios in there head thinking what would happen if Romeo and Juliet never died?

I have and I was wondering what everyone else thinks! Share your thoughts with me! <3
This is an interesting question.. If both didn't die then at some point they must have broken up I guess. Because u can't change fate..
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Have you heard of &Juliet the musical? Its pretty much this premise, where instead of Juliet killing herself after discovering Romeo is dead, she doesn't. Its gets a little crazy, as musicals do, but its a genuinely good show.
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Have you heard of &Juliet the musical? Its pretty much this premise, where instead of Juliet killing herself after discovering Romeo is dead, she doesn't. Its gets a little crazy, as musicals do, but its a genuinely good show.
I'll check it out!
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obviously it is just a cover-up for a high level pedophile gang led by Friar Lawrence.
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Then the toxic start to that relationship would have led to even dodgier affairs and she might have got knocked up from that night of lust too. Also, good there were no statuatory rape laws in that time (I assume).
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They are about 14 and 15 years old, they fell in love mainly because they thought each other was hot tickets and then the drama of their feuding families spurred on the passion more...so it's just all high drama and horniness. I don't see them working out longterm in a steady relationship.
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I never really cared that much about R+J tbh.
Do you mean the characters or the play?
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probably broke up
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Do you mean the characters or the play?
All of it, I was never intrigued by William Shakespeare, instead I find Charles Dickens story's thrilling.
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All of it, I was never intrigued by William Shakespeare, instead I find Charles Dickens story's thrilling.
Truesay Charles Dickens is much better :five:
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Then the feud between the two families would not end sadly!
Exactly, and that was the intention of the drama. The death of the families' children is the consequence of a senseless feud.
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