Don’t Talk About Friday Videos

Everyone, and I mean everyone, has emailed me about this video. It is AWESOME. Especially the plant growing out of that girl’s head.



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  1. natasha says:

    How utterly splendid .

  2. Tina C. says:

    Okay, when the guy said, “You’re very clever, aren’t you?” *sneer* “How’s that going for you?  Being clever?”, am I the only one that thought Fanny would hit him?

  3. Nat says:

    I was SURE she was going to hit him! I was SO expecting it, I was chuckling…but then she just said stuff. Damn.

    That video made my week! Who are these ladies? I want this to be a show! A movie! A comic book! Please, someone, do this.

    Now let me go start a fight with a stranger.

  4. Kathleen says:

    Oh, dear!  I laughed until I cried.  Then I posted it on my own FB page so that my brainy, geeky, equally-mutated and much loved friends could share the love.

    I agree, when does the series start?  This was priceless!  Rassum-frassum, why amn’t I clever enough to think of this stuff?

  5. MelB says:

    OMG I could not breathe for laughing. This is brilliant and I sure did think she was going to deck him or at least give a good elbow jam to the gut for that “clever” comment.

  6. Kaye says:

    “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a young woman in possession of repressed temper must be in want of an ass-kicking.”

    Now I’m wondering which of Austen’s heroines would be the last one standing in a brawl.

  7. Sycorax says:

    Now I’m wondering which of Austen’s heroines would be the last one standing in a brawl.

    I’d guess Elizabeth or Emma. I love the video (have watched it about five times in the last three days) and my only quibble is that Anne is missing! Wtf? Persuasion is one of Austen’s best!

  8. quichepup says:

    Fanny couldn’t hit him, no matter how much he deserved it or she wanted since it would expose Fight Club to an outsider, a man. Who would undoubtedly find a way to put an end to it, by throwing somebody through a window or banishment. Of course, he could disappear but that could cause other problems…

    I think about this way too much.

    Awesome video, I missed Katherine Morland but I admit I’m thrilled that Emma is Asian.

  9. Caroline says:

    OH, HELL, YES!  This just taps into my frustations reading another damn tea scene in the romance novels where the supposedly intelligent heroines never once think, “I wonder what would happen if I got the vote . . . or started a fight club?”

  10. Jrant says:

    Now I’m wondering which of Austen’s heroines would be the last one standing in a brawl.

    My money is on Marianne. You KNOW she’d fight dirty.

  11. Jeannie says:

    Oh my freakin’ God, I loved that!! More please, much, much more. The only complaint I had was some of them fought like, well, girls. Ball up those fists and knock the daylights out of ‘em.

    When he asked how that was going for her she should’ve laid a sloppy kiss on him then punched him in the nose.

    Or does fighting not turn everyone on that way too?

  12. StacieH4 says:

    My husband showed me this video a couple of days ago.  He saw it on one of his message boards…about fishing.  Go figure.

  13. Chicklet says:

    The Entertainment Weekly PopWatch Blog has an interview with the video’s creator here, if you’re interested. My favorite quote:

    “People are asking, ‘What’s next?’ I think the first thing that comes to mind is Emily Bronte’s American Psycho. Because that’s what Heathcliff was. Except British.”

  14. Lisa Kessler says:

    That was magical!!! LOL

    Love it!!!

    Lisa 🙂

    george97 <—How many times fanny will punch George! LOL

  15. “C’mon, put up yer Dukes—and Duchesses!!”

  16. Katherine C. says:

    Fabulous. Simply fabulous. I must have more.

  17. Mama Nice says:

    Chicklet, that blurb you included was hilarious! Bronte American Psycho? Yes please.
    This was def. entertaining, might have to actually watch FC now, just to fully appreciate the allusions.
    And Brad Pitt, don’t want to leave him underappreciated.

  18. KimberlyD says:

    Loved it! I wish Emma was blonde because wasn’t she in the book? Anyway, I posted it on my fb and I’m pretty sure no one on there will get it 🙁 That makes me sad. I need more friends that read Jane Austen and watch Fight Club.

  19. Inga says:

    O-Kay!  But those fake British accents were awful!  And, um, it looked like avocado trees in one scene?

  20. MissFancy says:


    You were looking for realism?  In a parody?  Um…O-Kay!

  21. Evie says:

    I can’t breathe i’m laughing so hard. This is without a doubt fantastic. They must make Emily Bronte’s American Psycho. They must.  Whenever i think of literary insane and dysfunctional I think Heathcliff. 

    Thanks for the laugh.

  22. Pam says:

    Spectacular stuff.  Off to watch it again and post to Facebook page.

    American Pscyho?  That will be a must see!

  23. Aura Lee says:

    Huh. I don’t think that Heathcliff and Patrick Bateman are that similar. They’re both psychopaths, yes, but their motives and methods are completely different.

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