i love baptiste

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By the amount of yellow posts I’ve made, you already know that I totally LOVE this colour.

Images from top:

  1. Sack back gown, 1760-65 (altered around 1770-75 and 1870′1910), Victoria & Albert Museum.
  2. Portrait of Marie Leczinska, early 18th century, atelier de Jean Baptiste Van Loo.
  3. ‘Brunswick’, 1765-75, Victoria & Albert Museum.
  4. Suit, ca. 1785, LACMA.
  5. Robe à la Française, 1730-1750, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

It’s the eve of the Stitchers premier and I’m not dealing well at all. CAMSTEN WILL BE ON MY SCREEN FULL FORCE IN ALL ITS GLORY! EVERYONE WILL FIND LOVE IN MATURE STABLE RELATIONSHIPS!
I’m doing my second rewatch binge in 2 weeks right now. There will be no sleep. Because CAMSTEN. I gotta stop hyperventilating.

IN A LITTLE OVER 24 HOURS, STITCHERS WILL BE BACK, PEOPLE!

(P.S. I really hope they do the whole meeting-the-parents trope for Camsten at some point this season)
(P.S.S. I can’t wait to see what cute fandom references will be made!)

back in 7th grade, my teacher asked us to come up with different words describing laughing.
I felt so smart b/c I knew one that no one else did, so I was like “Mrs. Xxx, I have one!”
but the thing is that I was one letter away from being right. The word I was thinking of was chortle. What I told the teacher was chorkle.
so she went to the computer and looked it up.
The horror in her eyes was indescribable.