Richard Armitage signs chair

You can enter to win if you can go to pick the darn thing up.

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60 Responses to “Richard Armitage signs chair”

  1. Kind of chairity? πŸ˜‰

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  2. what is with him?! He looks absolutely fantastic. And I would literally kill to own that chair. Seriously. Because I have no money. Murder is the only option if I am to park my butt on that chair.

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  3. and I really don’t care which charity it is for. Because I would support any charity to own that chair. ANY charity. For anything. No morals when it comes to that chair.

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  4. Check the full size version of the photograph. Mr A was prancing around barefoot again πŸ‘£

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    • zero interest here in entering any of my Richard Armitage feeds today. Not interested in politics (plenty of that in my RL media) or veganism (which i used to be agnostic about but am starting to dislike actively). I’m sure his feet are cute though πŸ™‚

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    • I noticed and loved the bare feet too ❀ ❀

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  5. mr. Armitage does look fantastic, and I know this is for charity and it would be even great to see mr. Armitage in person handing the winner the chair( if he can get away from filming the berlin station),but it is ashamed that you have to order tickets to the screening to enter this contest and have to be there in England to claim your prize. a lot of us would love to go there to see mr. Armitage live or even just on the screen in the old vic theater where he performed but some of us can’t afford it. they should have the contest where anybody could enter and you don’t have to come to England to claim your prize. but also I am kind of glad that I can’t afford to go because if I did have the money and lets just say if I did win and mr. Armitage was there to hand me the chair. I would be so scared and so freaked out that I wouldn’t be able to get out of my chair to go on stage and get the prize from him, because he is so hauntingly, sexy, and handsome, or I might go on the stage but knowing me I would not be able to say anything just nod my head or I would scream out a thank you in his face. I know this sounds stupid but I get all giddy(can’t stop smiling) when I see images of him on my computer or see his movies or when I listen to the audiobooks that he has done. but to see him live(in person) would just freak me out.

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    • I understand the frustration, but they can spend the money they would have spent on shipping for the charity, so it has its upsides.

      Worse things have happened than that someone screamed in pleasure when encountering him, I’m sure πŸ™‚ Enjoy your giddiness!

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  6. Where can one find the full sized version please? I’d like to see that! πŸ˜‰

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  7. Ode To A Chair

    It is not fair,
    I want that chair,
    No matter that it’s far.
    It calls to me,
    From across the sea.
    And glitters like a star.
    I could repose,
    If I so chose,
    On softer seats so fine,
    And RA’s signature,
    Is not the lure.
    Though always quite devine.
    This special chair is by far the best,
    Because his ass once took a rest,
    On its humble wooden seat.
    Hearts would pitter -pat,
    To sit where he once sat.
    And placed his buns so sweet.

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    • I know this is tongue in cheek, but I have to agree — relics are fun. And they’re not something that’s unique to our world. People have collected things like this for at least the last 2000 years (and possibly longer, I’m just not up on that part of history). I don’t personally want the chair, but i have a few things he has touched or that have touched him πŸ™‚

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      • Tongue in cheek, nice choice of words. I have a few things he touched too, and I never thought of them as relics, But now that you mention it. I guess they are. I am being silly about the chair. I thought it deserved a poem because the thought of it in my house cracked me up. I imagine a velvet rope across it ( like a museum) to keep people from sitting on it. But if I won it, I wouldn’t turn it down. πŸ™‚

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        • It wouldn’t last long here, because dad would decide he needed it for something or other — maybe taking his boots off or something. Putting a red velvet rope around it would be an invitation to destruction, lol. But it’s a nice picture.

          Or heck, maybe I’d put my butt on it. Closest my butt is likely to ever to get to his butt … (evil grin)

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    • This is priceless Kathy! I can’t stop laughing. πŸ˜€ You are a genius!!!

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    • Oh, these poems. Love, love, LOVE!

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    • good one πŸ™‚ it is a weird thought indeed to share the surface of a seat with the man…

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    • Truly, Kathy, this is your calling…. could you be dubbed Poet Laureate of the fandom? πŸ˜€ (Or are there challengers, don’t want to step on toes lol)

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      • Love the sound of “poet laureate” applied to humble me. You can dub me that anytime you like. I am not aware of any other poetry circulating around the fandom. So probably no toes were harmed during the bestowing of this title. πŸ™‚

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        • Lol, just saw this! Since I’m not sure who has literal dubbing rights in the fandom πŸ˜€ let’s consider this my official nomination / letter of support for you ((riotous applause))

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  8. LOL: poetry impaired!

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  9. i can’t quite wrap my head around it.. i would have thought they would auction it off, not like the theater couldn’t do with extra money or another charity…
    Makes me laugh because i so jumped onto a ticket a few weeks back just because i seem to not be able to stop myself from going to see it again and again and again… I didn’t even realise they would have a talk with people of the production team and possibly some of the actor until after i had gotten a ticket. I just bumped into it on the website checking something else when i was last there and actually felt guilty buying a ticket but then gave myself permission to indulge.
    Curious to see how they’ll do the selection, if it happens in situ which maybe it doesn’t.
    Even the idea of owning a piece of the set seems sort of alien or weird… too material for what i remember it or what it felt like to me. Makes me somewhat sad in some respects as if it is being dismantled or just made too material. This may sound a bit nuts but i’d like the idea of the set to stay together, in one piece somewhere where it could be visited and seen πŸ™‚ I’d love the idea of being able to go physically back to that act 2 scene and the set up inside the house, with the lights and everything….

    If we were to go down the route of taking one object from the production or getting to touch it for an instance my mind goes to that scary whip…. or the shawl maybe?

    Nice photo though πŸ™‚

    I’m sort of excited and also apprehensive of seeing it again since for at least the last year it has only lived on in my own mind, i haven’t watched it again….

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  10. Just when I think my Richard Armitage crush is back in its box you post a picture that makes it bust out again. Damn!

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  11. I presume one could enter and pay someone else to pick it up and ship it if one won. Airtasker?

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    • yeah, there’s a actually a website you can use in the UK to pay things done there … taskrabbit, I think it’s called.

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  12. Can I just say that I somehow adore this picture of him? πŸ™‚

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