Interview Of Romeo Montague Essay

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Do you fall in love easily? Yes, there will always be times were you just cannot resist the other person. There are certain instances when love at first sight is the only way to go, but I usually like to take it slow and get to know the girl first.So are you in love with anybody at the moment? I've been seeing this heavenly girl for about a week now, and let me tell you, it's been great. It´s my first really serious relationship. She's a Capulet, but, as far as she and I are concerned, it doesn't matter. I can´t wait to see her at the end of the day. I´m very happy. Well, pretty happy.As someone who´s a member of the opposing family, how does she handle it all? She's not really around it that much. She hasn't even been over to meet my family yet. I mean, we'll have a problem if she comes up and starts telling everyone, including her family, that we're married, but I know she's not that type. She really doesn't like all that stuff. She's probably going to back well away from it.What's she like? Her name is Juliet. She's good-looking and that's why I started talking to her. I don't go for certain types of girl - they've all been different from each other. And she is different.Are you still as mad about her now as you were when you first met? Yeah, I still think she's just as cute. She's like the cutest thing I've ever seen in my whole life, and she's really sweet. She's also very calm - she really calms me down. She's easy going about everything and not highly strung, which I wouldn't be able to deal with.So what's the most romantic thing you've ever done for her? Oh, boy, what a tough question. I haven't bought up a whole flower store or anything, although I just got her some flowers recently. I bought her a watch once and she loved that. I haven't climbed up a building for her or anything, either.Do you live together? No, I live alone now. I don't think that there would be any way for us to live together, seeing as our...

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