Dec 08, 2010

by English Muse

Katie at Little Toil of Love tipped me off to this!
It was created by Mark Brownlow at Famous Inboxes blog.

I love how Charlotte Collins posted wedding photos on flickr and Darcy sent an email with the subject line: “The answer’s still no, then?”  The apparent response: “Stop emailing me you stuck up prejudiced prig.”

Very funny!


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12 Responses to “Elizabeth Bennet’s Email Inbox”

  1. Erin says:

    This is great!

  2. gracey says:

    hahah hilarious!

  3. Cassandra Marie says:

    Hahah funny! Took me a second to get it lol


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  4. Vivi says:

    Love this! So clever and right on! 🙂

  5. Jillian says:

    ah ! love love the last one about bingley. too cute. love the blog–now following! xoxo jcd

  6. Tina says:

    oh, thank you!!!!

  7. Alkyoni says:

    Hey, irrelevant question, but if one has a Tumbrl page, do they have to post only their own photographs or from other people too (with a link to the source of course).

  8. the lil bee says:

    That's hysterical!! Love silly things like this…so clever:) Hope you're doing well, Tina. xx

  9. WrightStuff says:

    I was actually thinking about Jane Austen petticoats the other day (sad lass that I am!). How did they keep them clean? I mean they didn't have tarmac did they? They just walked around in the mud all the time (especially Elizabeth – she was particularly prone to running about in the countryside bubbling with sexual tension). And of course, in those days it wasn't just mud in the street that they had to contend with! It must have kept the laundresses in business anyway!

  10. NRC says:

    These make me laugh! x

  11. littletoiloflove says:

    my favorite bit was about getting valium for Mrs. Bennet…and "that bastard wickham"

  12. Sundari says:

    That's pretty cute. I'd like to see lots of fictional characters have inboxes.

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