Hello lovely people! I'm afraid I have been long absent from my blog; it has been another three weeks since I last posted. My apologies. I have been rather busy with school and life. Also I have been rather lacking in inspiration, and so I was thrilled when Rachel tagged me, but it has taken me a week-and-a-half since she tagged me to get around to it. 😩 (Note: these emoticons are new, and I haven't just missed them for the past 11 months...right? :)
Anyway...perhaps we should get on to the tag now.
1. What's your favourite Period Drama movie?
-Pride and Prejudice 1995. I wonder if anyone reads my blog and doesn't know this yet! Haha.
2. What's your favourite Period Drama series?
-Okay, so can someone explain to me the differences between movies, series, and mini-series?
3. Which Period Drama do you dislike the most?
4. Anne of Green Gables or Little Dorrit?
-How do I say this without shocking my audience?
5. Your favourite Period Drama dresses?
-Oooh, that's a fun question. Here come some pictures.
6. Who's your favourite Period Drama character? (Okay, pick at least five)
-This is so hard. Let's see...I'm going with favourite main character heroines, okay? 😊
Elizabeth Bennet, Amy Dorrit, Elinor Dashwood, Margaret Hale, and Emma Woodhouse.
I think. I could easily change my mind at any time! :)
7. If you could join a royal ball, which dress would you go in? (Pick a Period Drama dress)
-Ooooohhh...So, I haven't actually seen The Young Victoria, but I LOVE this dress.
8. What's your favourite Jane Austen movie?
-Pride and Prejudice 1995. :)
9. Downton Abbey of Call the Midwife?
-I haven't actually seen either one.
Come, now, don't gasp so loudly, everyone! I can hear you from here!
10. Sybil Crawley, Jenny Lee, Emma Woodhouse or Marian of Knighton?
11. Which couple of a Period Drama do you like the most? (Pick at least four)
-Oh, good, I can pick multiple couples!
"At least four."
12. At last, which Period Drama villain do you like the most?
-Oh, boy. Define villain. Define like. Hahaha. This is tough. Okay, I'll go with the Sheriff of Nottingham, with the understanding that "like" in this case means I like watching him and I find him amusing betimes. Also it was almost pathetic how predictable it always was when he lost--which was every time.
(Disclaimer: I have only seen the first 2 seasons of BBC Robin Hood.)
That was fun, Rachel, thank you so much for tagging me!!!
A random note:
I created a favourite blogs page. :)