I drugged your coffee. Let's have dinner.

In retrospect, putting the hand sanitizer right next to the face wash was probably not the best idea.

And then there’s no good way to end things
Cause it’s ending, y’know?

I have to get up early to go to the pumpkin patch tomorrow yet I am mindlessly scrolling through tumblr.

destinationtoast:

laughingsquid:

A Supercut of All the Pie and Coffee Scenes in ‘Twin Peaks’

Here, have some coffee, and some pie (chart).

prideandprejudiceandcheese:

ceywoozle:

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prideandprejudiceandcheese replied to your post “marlonbookcase replied to your post:marlonbookcase replied to your…”

Longbourne being a farm was the weirdest part for me. I also hated the little bit at the end with the pet names but I think that’s a me thing. I did kind of like Macfadyen though, but agree about the chemistry.

omg so weird! like why the hell was someone randomly bringing a pig into the house??? i just…i don’t understand the logic behind that decision at all.

also yes, the last bit just added onto the “this is a 21st century rom com” idea as opposed to “this is a period piece with completely different behaviourial dictates and expectations especially in a house the size of pemberly where THERE ARE SERVANTS EVERYWHERE ALL THE TIME AND YOU ARE BOTH WANDERING AROUND HALF NAKED AND MAKING LOVE ON THE BLOODY PATIO” OH MY GOD IT MAKES ME SO ANGRY THEY LITERALLY DID NO RESEARCH WHATSOEVER WHEN THEY MADE THIS MOVIE WHAT WERE THEY EVEN THINKING okay i’m going to stop yelling now.

i found both mcfayden and knightley to be completely incapable of giving a sense of their parts. with both jennifer ehle and colin firth, they could smile politely (or not, in the case of mr darcy) and you’d still know there was a hundred other thoughts going on behind there. but it wasn’t overblown. like lizzy could smile and you’d know she was secretly laughing at the person. but knightley literally has to laugh to give that impression. same with mcfayden. colin firth was proud and disagreeable,  but even when he stood in the corner not saying anything you knew there was something going on. with mcfayden his face literally collapsed with all the emotion passing over it. it was just so. not. darcy. he was either completely blank or completely not darcy. both mcfayden and knightley just completely lacked all subtlety and any kind of sense of dignity or pride. i actually actively dislike the characters as they’re portrayed in that movie.

I have to admit that that movie was the reason I fell in love with the story. I saw it with my mom in theaters and afterward she was ranting about the pigs in the house and how they didn’t live on a farm in the middle of pigs and mud. She’d tried to get me to read it before and I wouldn’t do it, and that movie and the discussion afterwards is what got me to read it. I did very much like Macfadyen though, and until I watched the (obviously superior) BBC version, I loved the movie. I think the performances are as condensed and altered as the adaptation. They’re the cliffs notes version written by an enthusiastic student who isn’t so much concerned with the facts as with the general idea.

Watching the BBC version is how I imagine it would feel to watch a 6 hour version of each Harry Potter book that actually included everything. (And really, can that happen already? God.)

Oh, and I definitely agree with everything you said about the rom com-ness of it all. I don’t watch that last scene because it is way too shmoopy for me and takes me out of the story completely. Until this moment I thought I was the only one who felt that way. But again, that may just be because I dislike that kind of thing in general. It feels very disingenuous to me usually, which may be a personal failing. I’m not quite sure.

ceywoozle:

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prideandprejudiceandcheese replied to your post “marlonbookcase replied to your post:marlonbookcase replied to your…”

Longbourne being a farm was the weirdest part for me. I also hated the little bit at the end with the pet names but I think that’s a me thing. I did kind of like Macfadyen though, but agree about the chemistry.

omg so weird! like why the hell was someone randomly bringing a pig into the house??? i just…i don’t understand the logic behind that decision at all.

also yes, the last bit just added onto the “this is a 21st century rom com” idea as opposed to “this is a period piece with completely different behaviourial dictates and expectations especially in a house the size of pemberly where THERE ARE SERVANTS EVERYWHERE ALL THE TIME AND YOU ARE BOTH WANDERING AROUND HALF NAKED AND MAKING LOVE ON THE BLOODY PATIO” OH MY GOD IT MAKES ME SO ANGRY THEY LITERALLY DID NO RESEARCH WHATSOEVER WHEN THEY MADE THIS MOVIE WHAT WERE THEY EVEN THINKING okay i’m going to stop yelling now.

i found both mcfayden and knightley to be completely incapable of giving a sense of their parts. with both jennifer ehle and colin firth, they could smile politely (or not, in the case of mr darcy) and you’d still know there was a hundred other thoughts going on behind there. but it wasn’t overblown. like lizzy could smile and you’d know she was secretly laughing at the person. but knightley literally has to laugh to give that impression. same with mcfayden. colin firth was proud and disagreeable,  but even when he stood in the corner not saying anything you knew there was something going on. with mcfayden his face literally collapsed with all the emotion passing over it. it was just so. not. darcy. he was either completely blank or completely not darcy. both mcfayden and knightley just completely lacked all subtlety and any kind of sense of dignity or pride. i actually actively dislike the characters as they’re portrayed in that movie.

I have to admit that that movie was the reason I fell in love with the story. I saw it with my mom in theaters and afterward she was ranting about the pigs in the house and how they didn’t live on a farm in the middle of pigs and mud. She’d tried to get me to read it before and I wouldn’t do it, and that movie and the discussion afterwards is what got me to read it. I did very much like Macfadyen though, and until I watched the (obviously superior) BBC version, I loved the movie. I think the performances are as condensed and altered as the adaptation. They’re the cliffs notes version written by an enthusiastic student who isn’t so much concerned with the facts as with the general idea.

Watching the BBC version is how I imagine it would feel to watch a 6 hour version of each Harry Potter book that actually included everything. (And really, can that happen already? God.)

"Don't pretend you're not enjoying this. Being back. Being a hero again." It's the last scene in TEH, before they go out to meet the press.

Thank you! Somehow that entirely slipped past me. I appreciate you answering. :)

Sherlock + Oh for God’s sake

loveandvinyl:

prideandprejudiceandcheese:

Day 7 of being ill. Day 16 since entering Sherlock vortex of glorious pain.
Losing self to melodramatic fanfiction and Sherlock DVDs. Have watched the pool scene from S1E3 more times than can count. See it when I close my eyes. 
Can’t remember how much sleep you need to lose before you’re considered clinically insane. Fear I’ve passed it. Can’t focus eyes and keep forgetting to eat. Now no longer bothering to ask people to send help. Resigned to fate. Reblogging Benedict Cumberbatch.
Fandom, I am in you.

That picture is so pretty! Cumberpatch should always be filmed softly and to the side. (Also, even sick, you are the funniest and best person anywhere in the world. Why can’t everyone be as awesome as you? <@)

I realize you said this in April of 2013 but I’m reblogging this on the off-chance you get this notification. I wish you had not deleted yourself from the internet again. Please come back to me eventually. (Again.)

loveandvinyl:

prideandprejudiceandcheese:

Day 7 of being ill. Day 16 since entering Sherlock vortex of glorious pain.

Losing self to melodramatic fanfiction and Sherlock DVDs. Have watched the pool scene from S1E3 more times than can count. See it when I close my eyes.

Can’t remember how much sleep you need to lose before you’re considered clinically insane. Fear I’ve passed it. Can’t focus eyes and keep forgetting to eat. Now no longer bothering to ask people to send help. Resigned to fate. Reblogging Benedict Cumberbatch.

Fandom, I am in you.

That picture is so pretty! Cumberpatch should always be filmed softly and to the side. (Also, even sick, you are the funniest and best person anywhere in the world. Why can’t everyone be as awesome as you? <@)

I realize you said this in April of 2013 but I’m reblogging this on the off-chance you get this notification. I wish you had not deleted yourself from the internet again. Please come back to me eventually. (Again.)