Sara. Pop-culture aficionada, book person, and procrastinator-in-chief who shares a lot of traits with Chandler Bing.
Sometimes I like to pretend that I know how to write decently and/or how to make graphics as well. Lately, I've been tending to be «my own fandom» (thank you, Silvestria).
(P.S: The gif is by cherry-in-wonderland).
February 10th
02:53

“They slipped briskly into an intimacy from which they never recovered.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise

“They slipped briskly into an intimacy from which they never recovered.” 
― F. Scott FitzgeraldThis Side of Paradise

00:41

But suffice it to sayWe’re leaving things unsaidWe sing ourselves to sleepWatching the day lie down insteadAnd we are leaving some things unsaidAnd we are breathing deeper instead
Unsaid - The Fray x x

But suffice it to say
We’re leaving things unsaid
We sing ourselves to sleep
Watching the day lie down instead

And we are leaving some things unsaid
And we are breathing deeper instead

Unsaid - The Fray x x

January 14th
22:53

Phryne: And I need to thank you for coming to my rescue. 
Jack: Is that what I did?
Phryne: Eventually. And… you paid dearly in the millinery sense, so…
[Phryne puts the hat she bought him on his head carefully and rearranges his lapels ]

            There. For the next woman who uses you for target practice.

Phryne: And I need to thank you for coming to my rescue.

Jack: Is that what I did?

Phryne: Eventually. And… you paid dearly in the millinery sense, so…

[Phryne puts the hat she bought him on his head carefully and rearranges his lapels ]

            There. For the next woman who uses you for target practice.

22:50

Phryne: [this wine which isn’t exactly wine yet] is special nonetheless. 
            To Maiden Creek.
Jack: May we never see the likes of it again.
            [they click glasses]
Jack: May I ask what’s so special about this wine?
Phryne: I crushed it myself.
Jack: What with?
Phryne: With my feet…
            Mainly.
Jack: Not a bad drop.

Phryne: [this wine which isn’t exactly wine yet] is special nonetheless.

            To Maiden Creek.

Jack: May we never see the likes of it again.

            [they click glasses]

Jack: May I ask what’s so special about this wine?

Phryne: I crushed it myself.

Jack: What with?

Phryne: With my feet…

            Mainly.

Jack: Not a bad drop.

22:46

Phryne: William J. Ryan, the son of the only permanent guest.

Velma Bradwell: What business is that of yours?

Phryne: William J. Ryan, the son of the only permanent guest.

Velma Bradwell: What business is that of yours?


Jack: All that touches us, you and me, takes us like the stroke of a bow that draws one cord from two strings. It’s Rainer Maria Rilke.
Phryne: Very impressive, Jack.

Jack: I’ll pass it on to my German teacher. 

Jack: All that touches us, you and me, takes us like the stroke of a bow that draws one cord from two strings. It’s Rainer Maria Rilke.

Phryne: Very impressive, Jack.

Jack: I’ll pass it on to my German teacher. 


Phryne: There’s something I neglected to tell you.
            Someone stole my pistol.
Jack: What kind of town is this?

Phryne: They make good wine.

Phryne: There’s something I neglected to tell you.

            Someone stole my pistol.

Jack: What kind of town is this?

Phryne: They make good wine.

22:39

Jack: Are you all right?

Phryne: All the better for seeing you.

Jack: Are you all right?

Phryne: All the better for seeing you.

22:37

Jack: Well, I’m sure that one line will make all the difference.
Phryne: It has made all the difference to Raymond, he’s achieved his dream.
                Did you have a boyhood dream, Jack? To thread the boards or bat for Australia.
Jack: [motions ‘no’ first] Oh, to ride the Tour of France, but then the war happened.
         And what were your girlhood dreams, Miss Fisher?

Phryne: I’m living them, Inspector.

Jack: Well, I’m sure that one line will make all the difference.

Phryne: It has made all the difference to Raymond, he’s achieved his dream.

                Did you have a boyhood dream, Jack? To thread the boards or bat for Australia.

Jack: [motions ‘no’ first] Oh, to ride the Tour of France, but then the war happened.

         And what were your girlhood dreams, Miss Fisher?

Phryne: I’m living them, Inspector.

22:35

Raymond: The inspector doesn’t know you’ll scoop around.

Phryne: Ladies never scoop, I’ll discreetly search around.

Raymond: The inspector doesn’t know you’ll scoop around.

Phryne: Ladies never scoop, I’ll discreetly search around.