Never had there been such punishment for eavesdropping.

Perhaps Elizabeth Bennet had no supposition of hearing accolades pass Mr. Darcy’s lips on her behalf. Still, nothing could have prepared her for the offense.

“She is tolerable,” Mr. Darcy said, “but not handsome enough to tempt me, and I am in no humor at present to give consequence to young ladies who are slighted by other men.” 

Upon its publication and henceforth, ladies have taken Mr. Darcy as a Knightley character.

 

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Known as the Darcy Effect, admirers have romanticized his terse mannerisms. Even his physical representation has been improved from what historians say a regency man of his status and stature would liken to.

As such is the case, below lists a completely, and perfectly, and incandescently thorough rationale of why Mr. Darcy shouldn’t bewitch any body and soul.

1. Happy April Fools!

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