FRIAR LAWRENCE: And now you've changed? Then know this: women can't be expected to be faithful when men prove so unreliable.
ROMEO: You scolded me often for loving Rosaline.
FRIAR LAWRENCE: I scolded you for idolizing her—not for loving, my pupil.
ROMEO: And you told me to bury my love.
FRIAR LAWRENCE: I didn't tell you to get rid of one love and replace her with another.
ROMEO: Please, I beg you, don't scold me. The girl I love now returns my love. The other girl did not.
FRIAR LAWRENCE: Oh, Rosaline knew very well that you recited words of love without knowing what they really meant.