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Sometimes I ask myself 'Where is my Elizabeth Bennet?' but then I remember I'm not a mean jerk who is no fun at parties who messes up everything and uses his vast fortune to buy back the woman of his dreams.  I'm not worthy.

Harsh Pride and Prejudice humor.

19 Things Every Modern Jane Austen Fan Can Relate To

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3 Clues that you’re reading a Jane Austen novel.

I'm watching Pride & Prejudice #janeausten #fanart

I'm watching Pride & Prejudice - the 1995 version!

"I do not want people to be very agreeable, as it saves me the trouble of liking them a great deal." - Jane Austen  (Art by Irena Freitas)

Jane Austen speaks to me like no one else. art by Irena Freitas

Don't fall for Wickham, or settle for Collins. Wait for Mr. Darcy! <3

Don't go for the lesser man. Wait for the Darcys and Bingleys of the world.

The most accurate depiction of how I watch Pride and Prejudice EVER. It is the absolute truth and it freaks me out

Watching Pride and Prejudice. This is pretty much the most accurate drawing I have ever seen of someone watching Pride and Prejudice.

The Austen-Induced Disillusionment Cycle -- haha

Never ending cycle Jane Austen, Austenite, cycle of disillusionment

Or Mr. Collins. You can have him also. So it's a two for one deal!

Gifts for Mr Darcy Lovers

Your hands are cold

Matthew Macfadyen as Mr. Darcy in a dramatic monologue for men in the film Pride and Prejudice, 2005 based on the novel by Jane Austen

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Pride and Prejudice: Exactly how I feel!

Pride & Prejudice humour(:

Pride and Prejudice

HAHAHAHAHAHA! i adore this scene so funny - but this caption on the gif has made my day. Austenland

I have seen this film 11 times.

Pride & prejudice

I'm not sure I can spare 6 hours of my life to watch the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice with Colin Firth. Said no woman, ever. -- I spent about 3 watching "Lost in Austen"