WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE !!!
The Irritating Gentleman - Berthold Woltze
I know that feel, Painting Lady.
My bus ride to and from work every day.
They never published the second picture, which was the one where she backhanded him in the fucking face for getting all up in her shit.
Oh great, good to know this has been a problem for HUNDREDS OF YEARS CAN WE PLEASE STOP DOING THIS ALREADY JUST FUCK OFF AND LEAVE ME ALONE
Everyone is overlooking something very significant in this picture, that I saw in two seconds, that adds a layer of super slime to his whole awful attitude. “The Irritating Gentleman” is a politeness.
She’s wearing all black in 1874. Black gloves, hat, cloak, and dress. In public. The whole nine yards. That’s not a fashion choice or a gothic thing. Back then when people wore all black like that, they were in mourning for someone who died. No one did mourning like the Victorians, that shit was an art form to them.
Someone in her family has died—she could even be a young widow. No one’s accompanying her either. With the carpet bag? She’s traveling alone while still in deep mourning. Look at the closeup. She’s got tears in her eyes. She is upset, devastated in a way that one is only when someone has died. And the guy’s still bothering her, like her problems are flippant bullshit and she needs to just smile or pay attention to him because ladies are supposed to be pleasing for men no matter what shit they’re going through. That’s not a look of “what an ass.” That’s a look of devastation that even in her pain, she’s expected to give people like him focus. She’s not mad. She’s hurt. And to add insult to injury? Everyone would be able to tell. It was a clear sign and still is in ways that someone is mourning, to dress in black crepe like that. He would know why she’s wearing all black, and he’s still demanding her attention.
What an insufferable dick.
thirty days of jane austen; → Favourite moment in the films
↳ Wentworth helping Anne into the carriage
I think this moment says a lot about Wentworth and Anne’s relationship without saying anything at all, really. It’s a touching moment that demonstrates that Wentworth still cares about Anne (despite his attempts not to) and Anne is kind of… overwhelmed at Wentworth picking her up and placing her on the carriage.
Some Brunette-Dark Hair Disney Ladies (specifically from the 52 Animated films, no Pixar ladies are here. I apologize if your favorites are not here, but this is 18 gifs, lots of errors to make this set, so please be courtesy. Thank you. <3)
“I can assure you Detective Britten. This is not a dream”
Michael: “That’s exactly what the other shrink said.”
How much of a sucker punch to the heart is Awake! Blimey!