Asdfhjhlka I just finished reading Adopted Son and my heart can no longer take anything goodbye friends I am gone.
sweetladyart asked: E. Rutledge from 1776 >D
Alright fine he’s amazing and sassy and handsome and HIS ACCENT and his character I love everything about him can i just sit on your face forever Rutledge bby. Not to mention I’m hugely biased being from South Carolina myself but pretty much every single solitary thing Rutledge does makes me smile/laugh/dissolve into a puddle I spend pretty much the whole movie paying half attention to everyone else and just staring at Rutledge.
Because he doesn’t get enough screen time.
Also every time he says “Mr. Prezz’dent” in dat accent and “When a gentleman proposes it.” is a close second.
Ironically Rutledge is one of the only characters in the whole movie that has changing outfits.
Rutledge/Dickinson I mean
men you cannot tell me those aren’t bedroom eyes up there. They hardly have any interaction throughout the whole movie except playing off each other and using their sass to annoy Adams but every single time they’re in the same shot they can’t keep their eyes off each other 99.99999% percent of the time one of them is just staaaarrrring at the other or they both are.
Rutledge/Dickinson Rutledge and Hall. Hall just seems to be the awkward third wheel or part of the threesome between Rutledge and Dickinson depending on how you see it.
Rutledge spawns rose petals and glitter wherever he goes like a magnificent 18th century David Bowie.
^ Rutledge on any given day.
I don’t ship Rutledge/the world.
Just have the whole movie be about Rutledge and Dickinson running around Philadelphia being sassy gay friends together can you imagine how awesome that would be
Non-gay ships plz no.
The sassiest gay South Carolianian
One more sassy screenshot just cause.
OH MY GOD SOMEONE JUST ASKED ME TO DO THE THING FOR FRITZ LIKE I DID WITH PRUSSIA
If you think your historical figure is “perfect” in any way, you are either in denial or you need to research them a little more.