The train to untimely death started its destined trip when Romeo and Juliet insisted on maintaining their forbidden relationship, despite warnings from Romeo's friends, Juliet's Nurse, and Friar Lawrence. Before wedding the young couple, Friar Lawrence specifically said, "Wisely and slow. They stumble that run fast." (Act 2, Scene 3). This was one of the best pieces of advice from an adult in the play. The Friar, with that one quote, had already predicted a tragic outcome to their impulsive actions. The couple overlooked the advice and did not put a thought into the Friar's statement. We cannot forget that Romeo and Juliet are teenagers, and teenagers tend to have a rebellious side. This could be seen in Romeo when he decided to crash Capulet's party with friends in Act 1, Scene 4 and once again when they described "kissing" as "praying" in Act 1, Scene 6. Comparing a holy act with such a display of love would have been frowned upon in a Catholic society at the time. Their passion for each other urged them to act without thinking. In fact, the spontaneity and rebelliousness of Romeo and Juliet were some of the biggest character flaws they had.