How does Romeo tempt fate in act 2 scene 6?
he says "love-devouring Death do what he dare"
basically, 'let love do what he can, he can't take away the joy of being with Juliet'
but, ultimately, Death does.
In act 3 scene 1 of romeo and Juliet romeo says O i am fortunes fool after killing Tybalt and flees what does this mean?
Basically, what Romeo means is that he feels that he has fallen ill of fate. Romeo is a supersticious character and so naturally he makes reference to fate having control over his life. He means that what he has just done was mapped out by fate for him and despite him not wanting to fall into the "trap" if you will, he inevitably did.