SAMPSON: You're right—that's why women get pushed to the wall: weakness.
So what I'll do is push the Montague men into the street and the women to the wall.
GREGORY: The quarrel's between our masters and us, the men who work for them.
SAMPSON: It's all the same. I'll be a harsh master. After I fight the men, I'll be nice to the women—I'll cut off their heads.
GREGORY: "Their heads?" You mean their maidenheads?*
SAMPSON: Heads, maidenheads, whatever. Take it in any sense you'd like.
GREGORY: It's the women you force yourself on who'd have to "take it."
SAMPSON:...Oh, they'll take it all right. So long as I can keep it up. Everyone knows I'm a pretty piece of flesh.