Monday, October 26, 2009

Further proof that I am in want of a husband

I recently Netflixed (yes, it is a verb now, like "googled" or "texted") the Masterpiece Theatre production of Charles Dickens' Little Dorrit. I love Netflix. It has made my access to such period dramas possible. Whilst watching said film it occurred to me that a letter must be written. Rie, wherever you are, I blame you for teaching me such filthy yet hilarious language.

12 comments:

silvernic said...

I may have to remove this blog from my reader list soon.

CSIowa said...

I've been catching up on MI-5, thanks to Netflix. I have a clear preference for Adam over Matthew.

Alice said...

You crack me up. I am glad you have been able to enjoy some eye candy for several hours :)

debilyn said...

Oh, Mr. McFayden...{sigh}

I still haven't seen all of LittLe Dorrit. I caught bits and pieces of it when Masterpiece aired it, but I really want to see the whole thing. I just have to get my 14 yr. old son to quit hogging the Netflix queue!

Amber said...

I told you you would like it! It was totally enjoyable to watch, and you know how I like a happy ending. Lynn and I had a great time watching this on PBS. She is my period piece buddy. Glad you enjoyed!

Rie Pie said...

Ha! I'm so happy that you are using the "lick his face" line. Have I said how much I love the McFayden. Sadly he totally beats Mr. Firth in the Darcy role for me. And yet, I'd still make out with both of their faces!!

Stephanie said...

I adore you...

And, I'm totally poaching "lick your face". Okay?

He is dreamy. *sigh*

silvernic said...

What happened to this blog? It used to have decent content with intelligent comments, but now? Face licking?

Jen said...

Bahahahaha. This is a delicious, delicious post. Mmmmmmmmmm. Yum yum.

Confessions of a Music Loving Bookworm said...

What in the world? It is official, you are know MY DIRTY OLD AUNT! I am so sorry that this has come to this, but you brought it on yourself.

However I must say that Matthew Macfadyen is my favorite, I even think that he beats Collin Firth as Mr. Darcy!

Also it was I and ma mere who told you to watch it! Glad you liked it.

However as much as I agree with you are still my DIRTY OLD AUNT!!

The Rookie said...

My Dear, Sweet Niece:

Oh, how you made my day with this comment! I love you forever. One day may you understand exactly what I'm talking about in this exact post.

Signed,
Your Dirty Old Aunt

Kimmy said...

I concur even though I haven't seen this film yet. Face licking just about sums it up for me with Mr. Mcfayden. (happy face)