The Honey Pot
#imagine this movie #imagine it and cry and save the tears in a vial

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hobbit-at-hogwarts:

#sexually attracted to a man with goat legs and no visible penis

Tags: accurate gif Mr Tumnus James McAvoy former future husband GOATS ARE FOR JENNIFER but Mr Tumnus is a different story.
FIGHT!
schybs:

Interviewer: And how tender a lover is [Michael Fassbender]?James: Define tender. (x) 

schybs:

Interviewer: And how tender a lover is [Michael Fassbender]?
James: Define tender. (x

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ebee223:

glitterbubbles:

okelay:

courtneyismad:

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I love this man



I have been feeling like a Penelope viewing might need to happen soon.  Thanks for reminding me to get right on that, Mcavoy.

ebee223:

glitterbubbles:

okelay:

courtneyismad:

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I love this man

I have been feeling like a Penelope viewing might need to happen soon.  Thanks for reminding me to get right on that, Mcavoy.

All the Men in Cravats want to Wish Jules a Very Happy Birthday!
fuckyeahjaneites:

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All the Men in Cravats want to Wish Jules a Very Happy Birthday!

fuckyeahjaneites:

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fuckyeahjaneites:nightley:

Tom Lefroy: I have been told there is much to see upon a walk, but all I’ve detected so far is a general tendency to green above and brown below.  Jane: Yes, well, others have detected more. It is celebrated. There’s even a book about Selborne Wood.  Tom Lefroy: Oh. A novel, perhaps?  Jane: Novels? Being poor, insipid things read by mere women, even, God forbid, written by mere women?  Tom Lefroy: I see, we’re talking of your reading.  Jane: As if the writing of women did not display the greatest powers of mind, knowledge of human nature, the liveliest effusions of wit and humour and the best-chosen language imaginable?  Tom Lefroy: Was I deficient in rapture?  Jane: In consciousness!  Tom Lefroy: It was…It was accomplished.  Jane: It was ironic.  Tom Lefroy: And you are sure I have not offended you?  Jane: Not at all!
Becoming Jane (2007)

On my walk yesterday
this did not happen.
I saw a general tendency towards blue above and green below. I did detect some Irish Wolfhounds and some squirrels and some graffiti. I was not at all offended.

fuckyeahjaneites:nightley:

Tom Lefroy: I have been told there is much to see upon a walk, but all I’ve detected so far is a general tendency to green above and brown below.
Jane: Yes, well, others have detected more. It is celebrated. There’s even a book about Selborne Wood.
Tom Lefroy: Oh. A novel, perhaps?
Jane: Novels? Being poor, insipid things read by mere women, even, God forbid, written by mere women?
Tom Lefroy: I see, we’re talking of your reading.
Jane: As if the writing of women did not display the greatest powers of mind, knowledge of human nature, the liveliest effusions of wit and humour and the best-chosen language imaginable?
Tom Lefroy: Was I deficient in rapture?
Jane: In consciousness!
Tom Lefroy: It was…It was accomplished.
Jane: It was ironic.
Tom Lefroy: And you are sure I have not offended you?
Jane: Not at all!

Becoming Jane (2007)

On my walk yesterday

this did not happen.

I saw a general tendency towards blue above and green below. I did detect some Irish Wolfhounds and some squirrels and some graffiti. I was not at all offended.

stitchwithoutthread:

Becoming Jane (2007)
Directed by Julian Jarrold
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stitchwithoutthread:

Becoming Jane (2007)

Directed by Julian Jarrold

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glitterbubbles:

screenwipenewscene:

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okay, Tumblr, I have a question for you. I have yet to see The Atonement, because it looks so painful and heartbreaking, I don’t know if I can stand it. so, I’m asking you, is it worth the pain? I feel like I’m missing out, though, and not just because it has James McAvoy in it. I bought the book, thinking that maybe I would read it first to know what to expect, and judge my ability to handle the movie by that… but heaven only knows when I’ll have time to read it. so, help? please?? xoxoxo

I do not like this movie, James McAvoy and some beautiful cinematography were the only things allowing me to hold on, I think maybe just reading the book while picturing James McAvoy might be your best bet, but you don’t have to take my word for it… =)

glitterbubbles:

screenwipenewscene:

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okay, Tumblr, I have a question for you. I have yet to see The Atonement, because it looks so painful and heartbreaking, I don’t know if I can stand it. so, I’m asking you, is it worth the pain? I feel like I’m missing out, though, and not just because it has James McAvoy in it. I bought the book, thinking that maybe I would read it first to know what to expect, and judge my ability to handle the movie by that… but heaven only knows when I’ll have time to read it. so, help? please?? xoxoxo

I do not like this movie, James McAvoy and some beautiful cinematography were the only things allowing me to hold on, I think maybe just reading the book while picturing James McAvoy might be your best bet, but you don’t have to take my word for it… =)