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Thread: Where for art thou... Scorpius??? Rose/Scorpius Romance plot bunny! - ADOPTED!

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    hermybabay82
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    Where for art thou... Scorpius??? Rose/Scorpius Romance plot bunny! - ADOPTED!

    Characters involved: Rose/Scorpius Romance, the extended Weasley Family and Malfoy family, and any OC characters of your choosing to fill out the cast
    Mood of plot bunny: Angsty/Shakespearean(sp?)
    Plot line: A Potter-verse take on Romeo and Juliet.
    Other details: I think the plot line speaks for itself. I feel I should add that my first love of literature was stoked by Shakespeare's plays. I think it would be a really good marrying of genres with these two... that is if no one has already done it for that ship!

    Edit: When I first posted this I couldn't think of the term for this 'idea,' however I've got it now. This is a parody of Romeo and Juliet. Also, thanks to jediprankster I now know the semi quote that I have as my topic is incorrect. It should be "wherfore art thou... Scorpius?" Just thought I would through that in there.

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    Yellow_Rose
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    Oh...I like the sound of this bunnyI I'm studying Romeo and Juliet in English at the moment so I fell inspired...Could I adopt it? Pretty please?

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    hermybabay82
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    Absolutely! You are more than welcome to it Yellow Rose! Let me know when it's up so I can read it, okay?

    ~Stacy~

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    jediprankster
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    "Where for art thou?" Shouldn't that be "Wherefore?" Wherefore means why, and until you know this, that particular line in 'Romeo and Juliet' makes absolutely no sense.

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    Yellow_Rose
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    Quote Originally Posted by hermybabay82
    Absolutely! You are more than welcome to it Yellow Rose! Let me know when it's up so I can read it, okay?

    ~Stacy~
    Thank you, I will!

    *mustwriteatleastfiftycharacters*

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    Ellie4Harry
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    I'm also writing a take on Romeo and Juliet, but it's from a completely different time period.

    Is it ok if I continue with that too? (If it's not, that's fine it was just something at the back of my mind)

    Good luck with the fic!
    Ellie

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    hermybabay82
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    Go ahead with it, Ellie, by all means. Romeo and Juliet is not my creation. I just thought it would be a nice little parody for the Malfoy/Weasley clans! I would love to read yours to when you are finished! I don't know if I should ask who it involves though, because I would like to be surprised. I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought a parody on one of Shakespeares plays would fit within potterverse. Now, if someone could just figure out how to do a take on Macbeth(sp?)!

    ~Stacy~

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