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What is ironic about Romeo's statement to the apothecary, “I sell thee poison, thou hast sold me none”?
The money Romeo is using to pay for the poison is actually Balthasar’s; he had to borrow it.
The apothecary tried to give him fake poison, out of fear that Romeo would harm himself.
Romeo calls the money he paid the apothecary the true poison.
Romeo promises to replenish the apothecary's supply of poison after he takes it.
Both 'B' and 'C'.