Pride and Prejudice: A Twitter Novella

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I can’t believe this a captured conversation on Twitter. I have been very reluctant to hop onto the Twitter bandwagon. Even though it might help to get my blog out there, I just don’t have the time to keep up with it. But this awesome Pride and Prejudice Twitter parody is really tempting me. If I can find people like these on there, I’d make time. Even if the convo wasn’t real, it’s freaking genius and just plain knee-slapping hilarious!

TheRealJaneAusten:
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of good fortune must be in want of a wife.

MrsB:
A Mr Bingley–worth 50,000 followers a year–has joined Twitter! He’s brought a friend, Mr Darcy–worth 100,000 followers a year! Pls RT

MrsB:
@JaneB @LizzyB @MaryBsaphorisms @KittyB @LydiaB I will have one of you girls married into internet fame yet. Just you wait.

LizzyB:
@MrsB But mother, I think we can pull ourselves up by our dooce-straps just fine.

MrsB:
Blogcasting: How to find husbands for your daughters: http://tinyurl/momblog Now with free giveaway from our Etsy embroidery shop. Pls RT

LizzieB:
@JaneB If I could love a man who would love me enough to take me for a mere 50 followers, I should be well pleased…

LizzieB:
@JaneB …but such a man wouldn’t be sensible & I could never love a man who was out of his twits. LOL

JaneB:
Oh @LizzyB, it is my ardent wish to marry 4 love. Love, respect AND dual laptops would be most agreeable. #iamdullbutpretty

Read the rest at Under the Mad Hat: A Cranky, Feminist Vinyl Cafe (can’t go wrong with a blog name like that!)

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