If you can memorize Napoleon Dynamite, you can memorize Romeo and Juliet.
Let me explain. For my fifth period class, a few friends and I have to memorize part of Romeo and Juliet--either the "Soft! What light through yonder window breaks? (thru) Cast if off." or the "What's in a name? (thru) Take all myself."
We all are obsessed with Napoleon Dynamite, and frequently quote such randomness as: "Tina, you stupid lurd, eat your dinner!" through "Will you bring me my chapstick?" to "I caught you a delicious bass," to the favorite, most oft-quoted: "I see you're drinking 1%. Is that cause you think you're fat, cause you're not. You could be drinking whole if you wanted to."
Combine these two elements and you get something along the lines of what we ended up memorizing.
Soft, what light through yonder window breaks
It is the East, and Juliet is drinking 1%.
Oh Juliet, why does thou drink 1%?
Is it cause thou thinkest thou art fat?
Thou art not. Thou could be drinking whole
If thou so desirest.