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High School P&P - my way )

Warning: Contains foul language and full frontal nudity. Also isn't finished yet.
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High School P&P - my way )

Warning: Contains foul language and full frontal nudity. Also isn't finished yet.
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High School P&P - my way )

Warning: Contains foul language and full frontal nudity. Also isn't finished yet.
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We spent a lot of time at the vet because it was so crowded, but it wasn't too bad; I chatted with the other pet owners in the waiting area.

I wanted to rant about The Second Sister. You probably know I don't have much love for this story, but this is different. It's not about the bad writing or pathetic plot, but about something that bugs me even more.

Read more... )
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We spent a lot of time at the vet because it was so crowded, but it wasn't too bad; I chatted with the other pet owners in the waiting area.

I wanted to rant about The Second Sister. You probably know I don't have much love for this story, but this is different. It's not about the bad writing or pathetic plot, but about something that bugs me even more.

Read more... )
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We spent a lot of time at the vet because it was so crowded, but it wasn't too bad; I chatted with the other pet owners in the waiting area.

I wanted to rant about The Second Sister. You probably know I don't have much love for this story, but this is different. It's not about the bad writing or pathetic plot, but about something that bugs me even more.

Read more... )
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I know it has been a long time since I posted A Kiss, but frankly, I was lacking inspiration. For this Kiss, you should be grateful towards Lemming Jayne.L, who inspired me to this wonderful ficlet full of romance and passion.


SMOOCH! )




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I know it has been a long time since I posted A Kiss, but frankly, I was lacking inspiration. For this Kiss, you should be grateful towards Lemming Jayne.L, who inspired me to this wonderful ficlet full of romance and passion.


SMOOCH! )




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I know it has been a long time since I posted A Kiss, but frankly, I was lacking inspiration. For this Kiss, you should be grateful towards Lemming Jayne.L, who inspired me to this wonderful ficlet full of romance and passion.


SMOOCH! )




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Did you ever wonder about your lemmingness? Are you frightened you might turn into one of them? There is no other way to find out but to take this quick & virtually painless test.


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Did you ever wonder about your lemmingness? Are you frightened you might turn into one of them? There is no other way to find out but to take this quick & virtually painless test.


Read more... )

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Did you ever wonder about your lemmingness? Are you frightened you might turn into one of them? There is no other way to find out but to take this quick & virtually painless test.


Read more... )

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Instead of reading badfic, I should clear out my desk. There's too much stuff on it. But I don't do it. I keep reading stupid stories about dukedoms and forced marriages.
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Instead of reading badfic, I should clear out my desk. There's too much stuff on it. But I don't do it. I keep reading stupid stories about dukedoms and forced marriages.
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Instead of reading badfic, I should clear out my desk. There's too much stuff on it. But I don't do it. I keep reading stupid stories about dukedoms and forced marriages.
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And today there was yet another piece on the DWG posted which, amid a ton of questionable relevations about English nobility and a particularly icky brother-sister relationship between Mr and Miss Darcy, contained yet another incident of Miss Bingley-bashing, which - after forcing young innocent people into marriage and then subjecting them to cringe- and pukeworthy health education, of course - seems to have become the latest fashion in JA-ff (though I am sure it has occured before).


Do not get me wrong, I'll be the first to admit that Miss Bingley is not a particularly nice character, and that she is certainly not the lady you wish to encounter in a lavatory when in need of female assistance, but the freak that some writers make of her is not what I have in mind when I think about Miss Bingley. I do not see her as a one-dimensional incarnation of evil and stupidity combined, nor do I believe that her sole aim in life is to see Elizabeth Bennet suffer, I always thought it was to marry well and be respected by society. What writers make of poor Miss Bingley is not understandable at all anymore, the next thing we'll see is that she shares a room with Mrs Bennet in the asylum for lunatics into which more and more writers have been sending poor Mrs B.


(The thing that in particular encouraged me to write this rant was that, in the story mentioned before, Miss Bingley writes a letter to Lady Bat, informing her that Darcy and Georgiana have seen the Gardiners at Pemberley, that Mr Gardiner is in trade, and that Darcy is hopelessly in love with Elizabeth Bennet. Which things are all true, if I recall correctly. I admit that it was not a nice thing to do of Miss Bingley, but it was the truth. But the man who takes pride in the fact that disguise of every sort is his abhorrence and who should therefore value Miss Bingley's effort to tell the absolute truth, chucks poor Caroline out of Pemberley at once, assisted by her brother (Can you imagine Mr Bingley getting angry? I can't). The writer then tells us in great detail about a Caroline who seems to be too stupid to put two words together, as a sort of enjoyment for reader, who do not seem to get enough of scenes in which dreadful things happen to Caroline without any reason at all.)


Poor Miss Bingley, indeed!, if you ask me. She did not deserve that.

- Mari, Founder of the Caroline Bingley Appreciation Society
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And today there was yet another piece on the DWG posted which, amid a ton of questionable relevations about English nobility and a particularly icky brother-sister relationship between Mr and Miss Darcy, contained yet another incident of Miss Bingley-bashing, which - after forcing young innocent people into marriage and then subjecting them to cringe- and pukeworthy health education, of course - seems to have become the latest fashion in JA-ff (though I am sure it has occured before).


Do not get me wrong, I'll be the first to admit that Miss Bingley is not a particularly nice character, and that she is certainly not the lady you wish to encounter in a lavatory when in need of female assistance, but the freak that some writers make of her is not what I have in mind when I think about Miss Bingley. I do not see her as a one-dimensional incarnation of evil and stupidity combined, nor do I believe that her sole aim in life is to see Elizabeth Bennet suffer, I always thought it was to marry well and be respected by society. What writers make of poor Miss Bingley is not understandable at all anymore, the next thing we'll see is that she shares a room with Mrs Bennet in the asylum for lunatics into which more and more writers have been sending poor Mrs B.


(The thing that in particular encouraged me to write this rant was that, in the story mentioned before, Miss Bingley writes a letter to Lady Bat, informing her that Darcy and Georgiana have seen the Gardiners at Pemberley, that Mr Gardiner is in trade, and that Darcy is hopelessly in love with Elizabeth Bennet. Which things are all true, if I recall correctly. I admit that it was not a nice thing to do of Miss Bingley, but it was the truth. But the man who takes pride in the fact that disguise of every sort is his abhorrence and who should therefore value Miss Bingley's effort to tell the absolute truth, chucks poor Caroline out of Pemberley at once, assisted by her brother (Can you imagine Mr Bingley getting angry? I can't). The writer then tells us in great detail about a Caroline who seems to be too stupid to put two words together, as a sort of enjoyment for reader, who do not seem to get enough of scenes in which dreadful things happen to Caroline without any reason at all.)


Poor Miss Bingley, indeed!, if you ask me. She did not deserve that.

- Mari, Founder of the Caroline Bingley Appreciation Society
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And today there was yet another piece on the DWG posted which, amid a ton of questionable relevations about English nobility and a particularly icky brother-sister relationship between Mr and Miss Darcy, contained yet another incident of Miss Bingley-bashing, which - after forcing young innocent people into marriage and then subjecting them to cringe- and pukeworthy health education, of course - seems to have become the latest fashion in JA-ff (though I am sure it has occured before).


Do not get me wrong, I'll be the first to admit that Miss Bingley is not a particularly nice character, and that she is certainly not the lady you wish to encounter in a lavatory when in need of female assistance, but the freak that some writers make of her is not what I have in mind when I think about Miss Bingley. I do not see her as a one-dimensional incarnation of evil and stupidity combined, nor do I believe that her sole aim in life is to see Elizabeth Bennet suffer, I always thought it was to marry well and be respected by society. What writers make of poor Miss Bingley is not understandable at all anymore, the next thing we'll see is that she shares a room with Mrs Bennet in the asylum for lunatics into which more and more writers have been sending poor Mrs B.


(The thing that in particular encouraged me to write this rant was that, in the story mentioned before, Miss Bingley writes a letter to Lady Bat, informing her that Darcy and Georgiana have seen the Gardiners at Pemberley, that Mr Gardiner is in trade, and that Darcy is hopelessly in love with Elizabeth Bennet. Which things are all true, if I recall correctly. I admit that it was not a nice thing to do of Miss Bingley, but it was the truth. But the man who takes pride in the fact that disguise of every sort is his abhorrence and who should therefore value Miss Bingley's effort to tell the absolute truth, chucks poor Caroline out of Pemberley at once, assisted by her brother (Can you imagine Mr Bingley getting angry? I can't). The writer then tells us in great detail about a Caroline who seems to be too stupid to put two words together, as a sort of enjoyment for reader, who do not seem to get enough of scenes in which dreadful things happen to Caroline without any reason at all.)


Poor Miss Bingley, indeed!, if you ask me. She did not deserve that.

- Mari, Founder of the Caroline Bingley Appreciation Society
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Questions


Elizabeth smiled at him and he simply had to kiss her, her smile was so inviting. Very soon, though, he noticed that what he had meant as a simple kiss had turned into much more. He found himself unable to withhold his passion any more. He buried his fingers in her soft curls and kissed her as he had wanted to kiss her ever since their first meeting. She, however, did not return the kiss but withdrew from his embrace.
'What is the matter, dear?‘ he asked.
'Do you think that Caroline and the Colonel were meant for each other? Or is Caroline mean at the core, and the Colonel was meant for your sister? Or is the Colonel meant for one of my sisters?‘
'Why do you have to think of the Colonel right now, dear?‘

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Questions


Elizabeth smiled at him and he simply had to kiss her, her smile was so inviting. Very soon, though, he noticed that what he had meant as a simple kiss had turned into much more. He found himself unable to withhold his passion any more. He buried his fingers in her soft curls and kissed her as he had wanted to kiss her ever since their first meeting. She, however, did not return the kiss but withdrew from his embrace.
'What is the matter, dear?‘ he asked.
'Do you think that Caroline and the Colonel were meant for each other? Or is Caroline mean at the core, and the Colonel was meant for your sister? Or is the Colonel meant for one of my sisters?‘
'Why do you have to think of the Colonel right now, dear?‘

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