Romance is a hard thing to convey over text, no matter how strong your game is. But what if the literary greats that inspired romance itself put cellphones in the hands of their most beloved characters?

It's hard to imagine an epic love story like Romeo and Juliet taking place on iMessage, but that's exactly what the folks at SparkNotes did. These hilarious text reenactments of literature's most passionate, iconic plots will remind you why old-fashioned courtship didn't exactly make it into the 21st century of smartphones and social media.

"O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?" "Idk."

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"Pride And Prejudice" By Jane Austen

"Pride And Prejudice" By Jane Austen

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AcousticGString
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5 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I think you'll do, mostly because you challenge my female intellect, and you are a way better option than my distant cousin.

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"Romeo And Juliet" By William Shakespeare

"Romeo And Juliet" By William Shakespeare

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"The Great Gatsby" By F. Scott Fitzgerald

"The Great Gatsby" By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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"Hamlet" By William Shakespeare

"Hamlet" By William Shakespeare

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"Wuthering Heights" By Emily Brontë

"Wuthering Heights" By Emily Brontë

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Shelley Anckner
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5 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I've been smoking weed in the moors.

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"Jane Eyre" By Charlotte Brontë

"Jane Eyre" By Charlotte Brontë

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"Harry Potter" By J. K. Rowling

"Harry Potter" By J. K. Rowling

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"Les Misérables" By Victor Hugo

"Les Misérables" By Victor Hugo

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"The Sorrows Of Young Werther" By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

"The Sorrows Of Young Werther" By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

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"The Trickster Of Seville And The Stone Guest" By Tirso De Molina

"The Trickster Of Seville And The Stone Guest" By Tirso De Molina

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