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25 Days of Pride & Prejudice, Day 13: I Should Have Been A Scriptwriter

Is there anything more infuriating about this movie than the denouement scene where Lizzy and Darcy meet in a foggy, pre-dawn field to confess their love, and Darcy asks her again in possibly the cutest speech of all time, if she could ever love him, and Lizzy’s FUCKING answer is: 525 more words

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25 Days of Pride & Prejudice, Day 12: We're All Mad Here

I’ve had babies on the mind lately, and though I’ve been studiously trying to pour bleach into my eyes in an attempt to wipe the picture of me with a baby from my brain, it’s not working. 331 more words

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25 Days of Pride & Prejudice, Day 11: I Have Some Questions

With sincerest apologies to Pete Wells of the New York Times.

Dear Joe Wright, have you ever actually read Pride & Prejudice? Are you acquainted with the works of Jane Austen? 721 more words

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25 Days of Pride and Prejudice, Day 10: My Brain Is Melting

Day 10. I made the mistake of trying to leave my house to be sociable. I should have known better. The only social situation I recognize anymore is the Meryton Assembly or the Netherfield Ball. 354 more words

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25 Days of Pride & Prejudice, Day 7: Caroline Bingley Doesn't Need Any Of This Bullshit

Day 7 and you know what? I’m getting real goddamn tired of Lizzy always getting the guy. What about everyone else in the movie??

WHAT ABOUT CAROLINE BINGLEY? 1,312 more words

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25 Days of Pride & Prejudice, Day 6: Serving Fierce Face

Remember when I said yesterday I was going to try and watch the movie backward? Yeah that did not happen. I could not figure out how. 1,078 more words

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25 Days of Pride & Prejudice, Day 5: Play it again, Georgiana

Day 5.

I’ve settled into a truce with the movie. It happens and I allow it to.

The only thing getting me through this difficult time is my Spirit Toddler. 615 more words

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