Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Years ago, my sister introduced me to Lolcats. I didn't understand it at first, but now I've grown an appreciation for it.

In case you have never heard of Lolcats, let me tell you what they are. Basically, they are pictures of cats with captions. Usually these captions have very horrible grammar that looks like internet lingo (or lolspeak). The captions purposely have misspellings and bad grammar (which could be one of the reasons that I didn't get it at first: I'm very grammar conscious).

People have done Lolcats pictures with non-cat pictures. It really could be anything: dogs, TV shows... maybe even Period Dramas?

I've been experimenting with making Lol captions with period dramas. Let me know what you all think.

Who knows, if these are a success, I may start up a blog about them... but that might not be for a while.

 God Bless,
 God Bless, Miss Elizabeth Bennet


  1. The last three were hysterical! I love it!

  2. These are so funny! I love lolcats and these type of fun photos (although I can't quite accustom myself to the lack of grammar used in them either).
    I especially like the Lark Rise to Candleford and the P&P ones, very funny! :D

    Tumblr is a great free blog site that are good for uploading fun images like these. I use my Tumblr to post old-fashioned paintings, quotes, screencaps and collages. Tumblr has an even simpler posting format then Blogger but isn't as nice for longer posts and reviews. My Tumblr is linked on my right sidebar.

  3. Those P&P ones made me laugh so hard. :D

  4. those last few is hilarious! :)

  5. I loved the last few!!!! :) Perhaps it was because I was more familiar with those movies. I think this is a really cute thing!


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