So if you have been following me on Instagram you know I found Mr. Darcy’s address.
Yes, I have located Mr. Darcy!
So a few weeks ago I was bored and the idea came to me to search for Mr. Darcy in my maps app. I thought nothing would come up and that I could make a funny meme about it, something like:
Well to my surprise it came up with an address!
28 Longton Grove
So I tooled around a bit on the internet to see if I could find any info on it/him and I couldn’t find anything.
I then decided to write a letter to him. I wanted to make a card, but ran out of card stock.
I could have bought more but I had to go to the post office last Thursday and wanted to mail this then-as I can only go to the post office on my lunch break.
Here is what my letter said:
Dear Mr. Darcy,
I have a Jane Austen themed blog and wanted to make a meme about there being no Mr. Darcy and I typed Mr. Darcy into Google Maps and you came up. I’m not sure if you are a real person or a business, as I couldn’t find out any information online. I decided to write you a letter and I hope you will write me back. If you choose not to, I hope that this letter will at least make you laugh or give you a good story to share with others.
Jane Austen Runs My Life
P.S. I hope the Spider-man stationary is okay, it was the only thing I had.
I hope he writes back, and if he does I will post the reply!
For more on Mr. Darcy, go to I Met Mr Darcy
For more letter writing, go to You Were Right, Let’s Get Married: Psycho (1960)
For more Pride and Prejudice, go to Happiness is Having a Library Card: Another 13 of the Best Fictional Libraries