Mr. Darcy can look at you in many different ways.
Sure, I love P&P 1995 and Colin Firth is one of my fav actors but MM bewitched me first :).
This is amazing, THANKS ♥♥♥ !!!
"This argument serves two purposes: It clears up misunderstandings, and it allows both characters to see each other as the true and brave people they really are. It is not enough for them to love each other; they must also love the goodness in each other, and that is where the story’s true emotion lies.”
This last one pic is amazing! She is so beautifully genuine!
Awwww so sweet and kind as usual :). THANKS !!!
Rule 1: Always post the rules
Rule 2: Answer the questions the person tagged you asked, and write 11 new ones
Rule 3: Tag 11 people and link them to the post
Rule 4: Actually tell them you tagged them
1. Who is you favourite female fictional character?
Surprise, surprise: Elizabeth Bennet, Jane Eyre too.
2. What is the most recent book you read?
Re-read “Northanger Abbey”.
3. Who is your favourite band/singer?
4. Who is your least favourite hero/heroine?
You mean a fictional character? Pippi Longstocking LOL.
5. What is your favourite type of flower?
6. What book series would you highly recommend?
Patricia Highsmith´s Ripley.
7. Favourite cupcake flavour?
Chocolate and raspberry.
8. Tea or coffee?
9. Do you prefer hardback or paperback books?
10. Do you tend to judge books by their cover?
I shouldn´t but I do.
11. Favourite season?
It depends on my mood but I would say autumn, I´m a very nostalgic person.
- Which book have you read again and again?
- Who is your favourite Disney heroine?
- Which song you hear to cheer you up?
- Which movie/book ending would you change?
- What would you prefer to experience right now: a long term sweet calm love or a short passionate romance?
- Do you feel embarrassed crying when watching a movie?
- Have you ever dyed your hair?
- Would you mind your couple being younger than you?
- Which temptation you can´t resist ?
- Burger or pizza?
- Would you like to read other people´s mind?
“I must confess that I think her as delightful a character as ever appeared in print, and how I shall be able to tolerate those who do not like her at least, I do not know.”
(Jane Austen in a letter to her sister Cassandra, 29-January-1813)
The film plays with time to accentuate the families’ economic differences. The Bennets’ clothes are stuck in the 1790s, while Caroline Bingley wears styles from after 1800. Audiences may not detect the difference, but Bingley’s country neighbors do. At a second ball, women ditch their earth-tone dresses for dignified white gowns like the one Caroline Bingley wore to the first one. Everyone is trying to catch up with her.
(Jacqueline Durran, Costume designer)
Awwww THANK YOU Sonya :) ! What have I done to deserve such wonderful followers? You are the best thing of my tumblr experience.