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"I think we’re slightly more romantic than all the other characters."

tagged   tv: The Hour  
via  dallowayward  (originally  notabadday)
5 months ago on 25 April 2014 @ 3:02am 1,045 notes
"Drink up. Whiskey’s God’s way of letting us know he loves us and he wants us to be happy.”
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5 months ago on 25 April 2014 @ 12:01am 1,087 notes
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7 months ago on 8 March 2014 @ 1:57am 1,850 notes
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via  jollywithyourhair  (originally  schwoozie)
1 year ago on 1 October 2013 @ 5:53pm 307 notes

The hour you can’t miss.

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via  jollywithyourhair  (originally  cartoon-heart)
1 year ago on 26 July 2013 @ 10:33pm 2,037 notes

fangirl challenge | [1/06] sceneries - The Hour

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via  jollywithyourhair  (originally  a-torvs)
1 year ago on 21 May 2013 @ 4:13am 556 notes



You are. You are boring me.

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via  jollywithyourhair  (originally  hugetinymistakes)
1 year ago on 3 May 2013 @ 9:55am 540 notes

I offer no regrets and I will not talk about the past. Is that clear?

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via  jollywithyourhair  (originally  verrsailles)
1 year ago on 1 April 2013 @ 9:17pm 366 notes


Well, aren’t you clever, Marnie? You got what you wanted.

1 year ago on 22 March 2013 @ 7:24am 725 notes
[…] The Hour is a period television series predicated on the idea that the people who lived and breathed during the past were in fact people — that although the patriarchy had a profound effect on women it did not have the effect of entirely depersonalising them, of divesting them of their aspirations and their dreams, of divesting them of an internal life. The patriarchy did not and does not create women who care only about wallpaper and make-up; the patriarchy created (and creates) women whose only sphere of influence was over the appearance of their homes and their bodies, whose only modes of self-expression were the superficial, the ‘meaningless’.

In the fourth episode of the series Marnie argued with Hector about wallpaper not because she considers wallpaper so important in and of itself but for the same reason that armies will fight for years over a strip of land: because one concession leads to another — and she had already been forced to concede so much that wallpaper was all she had left to fight for.
~ Mary O’Donnell on The Hour (via horologists)
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1 year ago on 22 March 2013 @ 7:23am 982 notes