affair of the necklace

Will Herondale watching everyone from above.
  • Jace: I'm Jace Wayland
  • Will: No bruh
  • Clary: I'm Clary Fray
  • Will: No, you're Clary Fairchild. Respect your dear ancestor, Charlotte.
  • Alec: Who the hell is Will? Another affair?
  • Will: *dies again of laughter*
  • Isabel: It's said this necklace came into our family through vampires.
  • Will: Actually Magnus gave it to me and I gave it to my sister. Get it right, Lightworm.
  • Jace: I'm Jace Morgenstern.
  • Will: Stop it! You're a Herondale! Remember that fear of ducks you mentioned? MINE.
  • Jem: *Is cured of the Yin fen*
  • Will: *crying* Finally you can live your life after 130 years! Now go marry Tessa and name a child after me!
  • Jace: I think I'm gonna be Jace Lightwood from here on out.
  • Will: YOU ARE NOT A LIGHTWORM. Say it with me HER-ON-DALE. TESSA HELP ME.
  • Tessa: Give this ring to Jace.
  • Clary: I like the sound of Clary Herondale (Okay, not really, but I want to marry you, Jace)
  • Jace: I'm taking on the Herondale name!
  • Will: Well it's about time!

For my history buffs, you know the Diamond Necklace Affair with Marie Antoinette? Ok, so in the beginning of that whole fiasco, the jewelers who made the damn thing and whose reputations were ruined later were Boehmer and Bassenge in Paris.

Now that guy Boehmer, he had a wife named Renaud.
And guess who slept with her behind Boehmer’s back?

Casanova.

HE’S APPEARS AT THESE AWKWARDLY AMAZING MOMENTS AND IT KILLS ME.

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A selection of women to play Marie Antoinette in film:

Norma Shearer (Marie Antoinette, 1938)

Kirsten Dunst (Marie Antoinette, 2006)

Ute Lemper (L'Autrichienne, 1990)

Christine Böhm (Lady Oscar, 1979)

Charlotte de Turckheim (Jefferson in Paris, 1995)

Raphaëlle Agogué (Louis XVI: l'homme qui ne voulait pas être roi, 2011)

Diane Kruger (Farewell My Queen, 2012)

Jane Seymour (La Revolution Francaise, 1989)

Karinne Vanasse (Marie Antoinette: La Veritable Histoire, 2006)

Joely Richardson (The Affair of the Necklace, 2001)

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The Fearlessness pendant is like a tattoo. Wearers seem to infuse it with a real power or significance, which in turn gives strength to the wearer. It’s like a way to manifest the reality of courage—or a way for a survivor to embrace her courage, to acknowledge it.