Richard Armitage loves grammar

[I really need to make a new one of these!]

~ by Servetus on February 14, 2018.

20 Responses to “Richard Armitage loves grammar”

  1. So cute ❤ Yes please do another one!! I guess he’s gotten to do some things “all about love” lately…. though there’s room to ask whether you call Wanderlust “love or something like it” (I think that’s a song??) He did Love Love Love less than 18 months ago, too! (And maybe the same question could be asked in that case too….)

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  2. Awwww…I might have to binge watch north and south tomorrow for Valentine’s Day! ❤️

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  3. This one is so sweet. Happy (almost) Valentine’s Day

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  4. Stimmt 😊

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  5. Yesss (insert purrs). And I need it too. Please. (Insert more purrs)…

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  6. That’s a grammar lesson I gladly take. (And yes, would love to see how Mr Armitage’s grammar has developed since 2008 😉)

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  7. ❤️ so sweet – lovely to see it again! Happy Valentine’s Day!

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  8. never gets old 🙂 maybe i should revisit some of the oldies since they still give me the feels!

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  9. Das musst du dringend auf den neusten Stand bringen 🙂
    RA steigert die Motivation in Bezug auf Grammatik ungemein.

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  10. Thank you 😉 loved it all especially the thumb and Sir Guy. Marvelous.

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  11. Yes please, another one. Only for educational reasons, of course.

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  12. Test


  13. Belated Happy Valentine’s Day!
    Pleeeaase make a new one, I am willing to learn new lessons

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  14. I hope all of Armitage’s fans had a satisfying Valentine’s Day — thanks for all of the kind comments.


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