Blanket Fort cellings.
Unless you like being reminded of your inferiority and your family’s lack of manners, I fail to see how this terribly vain, prideful and utter disaster of a line would be deemed the “Best romantic line. Ever.” This is insulting to Jane Austen. She never intended for it to be a romantic dialogue. The dialogue was portrayed to show a weakness of character, the sheer hypocrisy of vanity and pride, and the need to keep one’s self in check. It’s not romantic to be told that a person struggled not to fall in love with you because you were never enough for them, because everything was wrong when it comes to you. “In vain I have struggled” would not constitute as a romantic line to me. However, if you must make Pride and Prejudice all about romance (which, to me, is not the first nor the second thing that P&P is about), then this is my opinion of what the “Best romantic line(s). Ever.” would be from the entire book:
”You are too generous to trifle with me. If your feelings are still what they were last April, tell me so at once. My affections and wishes are unchanged, but one word from you will silence me on this subject for ever.”
Okay, it’s actually three lines. I just had to include the last one because it sincerely shows how much he has grown from the pride imbecile that he was when he proposed the first time.
Lastly, “Best romantic line. Ever.” was put in bold in my rant because that quote has three lines, not one.
I will never stop trolling on people who are hell-bent on skewing Jane Austen’s well thought out plot motives into a silly romantic notion.
I can’t help but to laugh when I keep on seeing that quote everywhere. Like it’s the best thing Jane Austen ever wrote.
MORGAN: Reach for the sky, dirtbags! You people are the disease, and I’m the cure.
CASEY: Back off there, Cobra. I didn’t give you any bullets.
MORGAN: Are you kidding me? I knew this thing felt too light…
Yvette Nicole Brown: What’s amazing about Danny Pudi is that, whatever he is given, he becomes the character. It’s weird to say when you’re next to me-
Danny Pudi: I’m right here, Yvette Nicole Brown.
Yvette Nicole Brown: Every character he – if he’s the – you know, on Mad Men in a scene, or he’s Jesus or whatever…he completely embodies the characters, and it’s just, you’re just a fabulous actor, sir. I just wanna tell you that.
- Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples commentary
Since it’s first season, Community’s bread & butter has been meta humor. The show can best be described as a group of lovable scamps racing through TVtropes.com episode by episode. With the help of the series chief expect on TV shows, Abed Nadir, the characters find themselves in a massive array of sitcom cliches. There are constant nods to other shows and movies, frequent suggestions that the characters are aware that they are in a TV show, and themed episodes dedicated to the exploration of different tropes.
Notable meta episodes: Contemporary American Poultry, Cooperative Calligraphy, Paradigms of Human Memory.
so many pretty boys…
Seconding this, so hard.
wait whos the uppermost top right and bottom left?
Up top at the right is Tom Hiddleston (Loki) Is that who you meant?
And bottom left, I don’t quite know myself!
Tom (Loki) is on the top left dear lol. I meant the one next to Hiddles on the right :)
(but I know who the one on the right it is now, sairobee graciously informed me he was the first German baddie from the Captain America movie who Steve Rogers chased around NYC)
The bottom left that I dont know but the bottom right is Dominic Cooper who plays Howard Stark.
Proving my sense of direcction is screwd up, I’m sorry! ;A;
I’m too stupedified with all the beautiful men!
Bottom left is JJ Feild. You may recognise him as the beret-wearing English BAMF in Captain America.
what movie is the dominic cooper one from
because i need to watch it right this second
They are all very very good.
everything about this is beautiful, but especially my future ex-husband mr. armitage up there.