Romeo and Juliet

What's foolish statement does Romeo make when he says "Do thou but close our hands with holy words, / Then love-devouring death do what he dare"

act 2 scene 5

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Romeo is being naive here. He thinks nothing bad can happen now that he is married to Juliet. He thinks that love vows will destroy any consequences of their hasty marriage.

Romeo believes that the love he has for Juliet will destroy all the hatred within the two families