Only for Crawfordites (A Battle Cry!)
Posted by Rachel on October 08, 1997 at 17:45:55:
In response to Fellow Crawfordites-I see a strange bird overhead!, written by Julia on October 08, 1997 at 15:53:27
] "PAI !!!!"
] Faithful Crawfordite Sisters:
] Thought I'd move over here with the discussion; it didn't really fit fanfic.
] Our Henry has been called a (brace yourself) a "fat fink"! How dreadful! How wrong! The equivilent of Mr. Collins? No, no!! Oh, dear me, no! Was Mr. Collins handsome, suave, and charming? (don't even bring up the idea of his being a "middling" man, &c.) Was Mr. Collins clever, good-natured, and kind?
] Fanny is jealous of Mary because she thinks she loves Edmund, but she really doesn't.
] Who forwards William's career?
] Who gives her a beautiful necklace (too overcome to give it to her himself)?
] Who loves her wholly, unconditionally, and did NOT have an affair?
] HENRY IS INNOCENT!
] EDMUND IS SPINELESS AND BORING AND WEAK!
] PAI !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
AUGH!!!! Help me! How dare those evil people say such things of our dear Henry! What wicked people! I am scadelized! A "fat fink"? An equivelent to Mr. Collins?
Right on, sister Crawfordite! Henry is the dearest hero in the world. He is educated, charming, debonaire, and fun and lively! He adds spice to Fanny's life, and he truly loves her. "Fat Fink," (shudder) is the one thing in the world he is absolutely not. Stay strong, sisters, stay strong. Ignore the wicked tales. (If we're making comparisons, by the way, then I'd guess that Edmund is a "pious parson, a prick")
PAI!! PAI!! PAI!!
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