You know that commercial where the elderly people think candy crush is hitting candy with a hammer and # is ‘hashbrown’? ME.
Yes. Because men apparently can’t like Shake It Off without losing their masculinity. #ignorance
"As Knightley studies a ceiling painted with cavorting nudes and admires the curves of some extremely buff statuary, the Darcy home is increasingly eroticized. Her expression is one of awe tinged with wistfulness and, increasingly, desire; by the time she recognizes a handsome bust of Mr. Darcy, it is clear her feelings toward the man have begun to soften. The moment that interests me, however, comes shortly before this, when Elizabeth has just entered the gallery. For the figure that first seizes and holds her attention is not the lounging youth wearing only a helmet but a standing woman, fully clothed and, what is more, completely veiled. Her face is, indeed, quite closely and confiningly swathed—I am tempted to say, suffocatingly so."
- Susan Fraiman (The Liberation of Elizabeth Bennet in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice)