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Moving Into Downton Abbey

Top 10 reasons I want to live as a servant or as Lady Darcy at Downton Abbey:

10. Uniforms. No more worry about what to wear each day.

9. Someone could make tea for me. I would definitely drink more tea if I just had someone to make it for me.

8. As a servant, I wouldn’t be expected to be married. So my status as a singleton wouldn’t feel like such a disappointment.

7. No guilt about lounging around all day.

6. At Downton Abbey, my employer would actually appreciate me. I’d receive a real Christmas gift and there’d even be a dance held for me. And if I needed eye surgery, my employer would take care of it for me. My current employer just threatens to cut my pay every year. And there’s no Christmas gift.

5. I could have someone do my hair every day. EVERY DAY!!!

4. Cool things would happen at my job…like getting to drag a dead body the length of the hall.

3. I’d get to hear British Isles accents all day long.

2. There’s a piano, so I could still be musical. And even as a servant, all my meals would be made for me.

1. I could marry my hot, hot cousin Matthew. Because after all, a hot cousin is much better than anything that’s been presented to me in real life.

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8 thoughts on “Moving Into Downton Abbey

  1. Lol! I’m so glad I found your blog via GUTGAA. I’m running a Follow-Swap Blog Hop on my blog (Beyond The Hourglass Bridge) at the moment, designed to help bloggers gain loyal followers by posting awesome content, and you should definitely come add your link! Here’s the link to the link widget – hope to see you there!
    P.S. Matthew… sigh.

  2. Pingback: What was life really like as a servant in the 19th-20th Centuries? « The Rose of Europe

  3. Stopping by from the Follow-Swap Blog Hop to say hiya!

    It really would be nice to have someone to do my hair for me every day. I mean, why should I have to deal with its uncooperativeness all the time? :)

  4. Pingback: What was life really like as a servant in the 19th-20th Centuries? | The Lady and the Rose

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