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mariacosway replied to your post “elizabeth hamilton: hufflepuff dolley madison: slytherin (with a hint…”

Maria cosway in gryffindor? because of her attitude and adventurousness and to show the obvious similarities to martha jefferson

aww yes I like that! (and bless you for replying to my old post)

I’m still curious about abigail adams, tbh.

das adlon. eine familiensaga: alma & undine.

st4nl3yb4ldwin:

If you wanna see a dorky old man laugh at his own jokes and make friends with everyone in different countries then the michael palin travel series are for you

glitteringgoldie:

"The Magnificent Seven (minus 4) Caballeros" (2005)


Title: Mulan - Teistä miehen teen

Artist: Santeri Kinnunen

aleksiskivi:

finnish version of disney’s mulan - i’ll make a man out of you.

detailsdetales:

Self-Portrait (c. 1783)

Marie-Gabrielle Capet

madtomedgar:

ok but what if during their engagement alex’s constant referencing of all the sex they were going to have on their wedding night and how awesome it was going to be made betsey really uncomfortable?? and we will never knooooooooooow

yep. i mean the letters he wrote to her can be quite funny and affectionate to read, but how could we know for sure how betsey, in her position, felt about this? betsey was (PRETTY surely) a virgin, possibly much more inexperienced than her husband with anything connected to sexuality. she had her own ideal of a perfect wife, so there was all that pressure to ‘succeed in satisfying her husband’. of course it’s possible that they had a similar sense of humor and great time courting each other, but i would be careful of just automatically assuming that that was the case.

"And the first film we shot together was ‘The Abbey Grange’. And we were running across a field, and he, he…these heels were too high so he was slipping and sliding. And I said, ‘Oh, Edward, take them out! I’ll bend my knees for the rest of the film!’"
—Jeremy Brett on Edward Hardwicke as Dr. Watson

lordmarlborough:

"A Happy Couple" and ink and pen sketch by Thomas Rowlandson, late 18th century.