* The scene where Romeo is [[{{Wangst}} wangst-ing]] to Benvolio about his breakup with Rosaline, and his overdramatic soliloquy gets interrupted by the entrance of a Capulet servant. Particularly funny because it seems like something that would happen in a parody of ''Romeo and Juliet''. Shakespeare wasn't above poking fun at his character's melodrama (although the real drama for Romeo hasn't set in yet at this point in the play).
--> Not mad, but bound more than a madman is,
--> Shut in a prison, kept without my food,
--> ''Whipped'' and ''tormented'' and...god-den, good fellow.
* The scene where the Nurse takes ''forever'' to get to the point, driving Juliet completely up the wall.
--> '''Juliet''': How art thou out of breath, when thou hast breath/To say to me that thou art out of breath?
** Especially when said in the stereotypical annoyed-teenage-girl voice.
** Pretty much any of the Nurse's filthy jokes count too.
* The Nurse tells a story about Juliet as a toddler, indicating she and her late husband shared the same dirty sense of humour:
--> For even the day before, she broke her brow,
--> And then my husband God be with his soul!
--> He was a merry man took up the child:
--> "Yea," quoth he, "dost thou fall upon thy face?
--> Thou wilt fall backward when thou hast more wit;
--> Wilt thou not, Jule?" and, by my holidam,
--> The pretty wretch left crying and said "Ay."
* Before that, Mercutio gleefully mocking the Nurse (in some productions, in tandem with Benvolio) and her reaction.
-->''(Enter Nurse and PETER.)''
-->'''Mercutio''': A sail, a sail!
-->'''Benvolio''': Two, two; a shirt and a smock.
-->''[...]''
-->'''Nurse''': My fan, Peter.
-->'''Mercutio''': Good Peter, to hide her face; for her fan's the fairer face.
* Depending on how it's performed, this line:
-->'''Nurse''': Is it good e'en?
-->'''Mercution''': 'Tis no less, I tell you, for the bawdy hand of the dial is now upon the *prick* of noon.
* Mercutio has the distinction of being funny ''even when he's dying''. "Ask for me tomorrow, and you shall find me a grave man." And all his other ''incredibly filthy'' jokes count too.
* Peter threatening to kill the musicians if they don't play him a song.
* Depending on your sense of humor, the ending is hilarious.
* Seriously guys, there's like a dick joke a scene, especially in the early part of the show, when Sampson is telling Gregory of how well-endowed he is.
-->'''Sampson:''' I am a pretty piece of flesh!
-->'''Gregory:''' 'Tis well thou art not fish; if thou hadst, thou hadst been poor John.
** Note that poor John is a tiny, pathetic dried fish
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