Mary wished to say something very sensible, but knew not how.
Pride and Prejudice (via shardsofdaydreams)
beachcityblues:

I drew these all in like 8 minutes while waiting for the bathroom to open up so apologies for sloppiness but I WANT CONNIE’S WARDROBE OK

beachcityblues:

I drew these all in like 8 minutes while waiting for the bathroom to open up so apologies for sloppiness but I WANT CONNIE’S WARDROBE OK

theprideandprejudice200:

Rather then going to balls and meeting boys, would you infinitely prefer a book?

Then you might be Mary Bennet.

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Do you find that sometimes when you want to say something intelligent, you just can’t?

Then you might be Mary Bennet.

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Are you the ugly duckling of your family?

Then…

television: favorite shows
My name is Ned. I live a simple life. I wake pies and make the dead. That was creepy. I make pies and wake the dead.

aximili:

Every time I see Elizabeth i’s signature I get absurdly happy cause I just imagine her signing her name and doing a little twirly and then pausing and then adding a few more twirlies “your majesty perhaps thats enough twirls” suggests William Cecil “perhaps Im the motherfuckin queen” suggests elizabeth and adds 6 more

aximili:

Every time I see Elizabeth i’s signature I get absurdly happy cause I just imagine her signing her name and doing a little twirly and then pausing and then adding a few more twirlies
“your majesty perhaps thats enough twirls” suggests William Cecil
“perhaps Im the motherfuckin queen” suggests elizabeth and adds 6 more

natasailincic:

A few words about this painting, since so many of you are asking me about the symbolic meaning. As you may know, Yoni is one of the most primeval forms of the goddess. She represents the origin of life, the womb or “secred temple” in Hindu philosophy, the creative force of the Shakti/Devi. She’s doing a “yoni mudra” with her hands (a symbolic hindu gesture that represents the woman’s vulva and the primal female energies) and behind her you can see the moon phases which represent the female fertility. In this case the antlers contribute to convey the idea of the fertile uterus (just look at a picture representing the uterus, you can actually see the “horns”). Studying archaeology I noticed that from the neolithic period (and even before, if we think about the paintings in the Chauvet Cave in France - upper paleolithic) the female archetype is frequently associated with horns and bucraniums (Marija Gimbutas wrote an interesting essay about this).[Facebook • DeviantArt • Blogspot]© Nataša Ilinčić, do not remove credits

natasailincic:

A few words about this painting, since so many of you are asking me about the symbolic meaning. As you may know, Yoni is one of the most primeval forms of the goddess. She represents the origin of life, the womb or “secred temple” in Hindu philosophy, the creative force of the Shakti/Devi. She’s doing a “yoni mudra” with her hands (a symbolic hindu gesture that represents the woman’s vulva and the primal female energies) and behind her you can see the moon phases which represent the female fertility. In this case the antlers contribute to convey the idea of the fertile uterus (just look at a picture representing the uterus, you can actually see the “horns”). Studying archaeology I noticed that from the neolithic period (and even before, if we think about the paintings in the Chauvet Cave in France - upper paleolithic) the female archetype is frequently associated with horns and bucraniums (Marija Gimbutas wrote an interesting essay about this).

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wordsmadeofstardust:

“Miss Mary Bennet was too engrossed in her books to care for balls and these handsome young men, who came to take away her sisters. In fact she was rather glad to have them out of her sight. Not that she didn’t love them. The problem was, she did too much. But none of them hardly ever saw her or…

japhers:

violently Filipino Cecil because yaaaaas