Richard Armitage woofs for fifteenth-century England

Sorry, I couldn’t resist just ONE more.



Guylty will be with you again in a few hours, to rescue you from my fever delirium.

~ by Servetus on October 2, 2013.

12 Responses to “Richard Armitage woofs for fifteenth-century England”

  1. He had to know this was going to happen as soon as he put pen to paper! Sporting, Mr. A. Very sporting.


  2. I love these pictures so much!! The ‘woof’ picture is now my desktop and I’ve been staring at it all day….I can’t look away long enough to get creative with them save the fantasies in my head…hmmm….


  3. Do you think he knew? I’m not sure. But the interviewer must have known exactly what they were doing.
    Re sharing, it’s hard to stop when they just keep coming, isn’t it? I particulary loved “Look back at me”. 😀


    • the reporter knew for sure. I lean toward him suspecting and cooperating, depending on how sleepy he reallyw as.


  4. Now that I have actually seen the play – watched a marvellous version of it in the Bremer Shakespeare Company last weekend – I get what you are talking about. Poor Richard!


  5. McDuff?


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