Ulrich Blog Post 2/27

Posted: February 28, 2012 in Uncategorized

Haha, so a boy and girl falls in love, and profess their love to each other in one night. It definitively is physical attraction. When Romeo first sees Juliet, he only describes her physical beauty without actually taking a deeper look into characteristics and heart. When Romeo first sees Juliet at the first time, he says, “For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” Here Romeo admits that  its the beauty part that attracts him to Juliet. Sure they kissed, but that’s to be expected of infatuation. I highly doubt that it’s true love at first sight. I highly doubt it. I bet it on my PS3. Most of Romeo descriptions of Juliet only contain physical descriptions. So until Romeo actually gets to talk to Juliet, I think we can all be sure to dub it as infatuation! 🙂


  1. I agree. Although they did talk a litte, most of their actions were based on physical attraction alone. If they talked for like another day or two and then kissed and did stuff, then I would consider it love-at-first-sight. 😀

  2. thorladen says:

    Yeah, I agree with you it’s more of a physical love than infatuation. Falling in love in one night is a little too hard to believe, but it’s a feel-good story. Love is a complex process that takes time to mature… 😛

  3. LPNHV says:

    I would guess you typed this earlier in the week before we read the balcony scene like I did because they do actually talk to each other. Though infactuation still plays the largest role in this relationship, I would say that there is something more than just physical attraction involved.

    • But yet, while they do talk to each other, is there anything that helps them get to know each other better in their conversation? Juliet talks about how Romeo will be killed if he gets caught, and they both talk a lot about how much they love each other. But do they really talk about each other in a characteristics sense?

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