I was going to be clever and wish you a Happy Burrthday, but it's become clear that I am not as original and witty as I think I am. Alas! II suppose wishing you Happy Birthday will have to suffice until I come up with something more thrilling.@foundingfatherfest
d’awww thank you sophia ;_;
foundingfatherfest replied to your post: Modern Aaron and Alexander: Marriage? Would the pair consider one? If so, what kind of wedding would they have? Who would be invited? Sorry if this has already been asked.
Lmao you’re welcome. I should really put more effort into typing up more detailed headcanons for this, though.
Modern Aaron and Alexander: Marriage? Would the pair consider one? If so, what kind of wedding would they have? Who would be invited? Sorry if this has already been asked.@foundingfatherfest
I actually decided that they would have a quiet civil ceremony at a courthouse or something, because of their volatile mix of friends.
Renee, please stop.
Franklin turned unhurriedly and now kissed Jefferson, taking his time as he did so to work open his own breeches and dropping them to the floor, allowing his huge stomach, finally free of its satin prison, to sag out, covering his groin entirely. He kicked off his buckled shoes with a lightness of movement that did not seem possible for a man of such proportions, his vast buttocks jiggling merrily as he did so. Even Jefferson had to admit that the effect was quite hypnotic.
If you didn’t want me to reblog it then you shouldn’t have made included the riding crop and gag.
I now have needs. :(
these are so great taken right out of context
Is it really fair to Hamilton to attribute so much of his opposition to Burr to such petty, personal issues?@foundingfatherfest
I wasn’t attributing so much of his opposition to Burr to petty issues, but his campaign against Burr during the election of 1800 was pretty intense—especially since no one else seemed to share Hamilton’s intense fear of a president Burr. Not even the Federalists were as opposed to Burr as Hamilton was, which makes me wonder.
Hamilton’s main detraction against Burr was not jealousy, but rather a disdain for what he saw as Burr’s lack of principle. (I think I even said that in my posts—I should probably make it more clear.)
foundingfatherfest replied to your post: if they ever run into each other at a club, billy & meri are far better club/grinding/modern dancers than aaron & alex, but aaron & alex are much better at any traditional dance with actual steps. they’re pretty damn awesome at swing and salsa. both couples are fantastic at funk.
I’m imagining Burr and Hamilton doing the tango.
this is the kind of thing i want to draw
but i know it would end badly
foundingfatherfest replied to your post: foundingfatherfest replied to your post: Was David…
I think that Jefferson was like related to the Randophs and married a Randolph and had his daughter married to a Randolph or something ridiculous like that.
YES OH MY GOD JEFFERSON MARSHALL AND RANDOLPH LIKE ARE THERE ANY OTHER PEOPLE IN VIRGINIA
Sometimes I would swear there were like three families back then and everyone was their cousins.
Oh my god like the Schuylers the Livingtons and the Clintons
No but seriously, Burr’s family was obscenely large. His immediate family, the sheer number of siblings (cousins, technically) he was raised with makes my head spin. Something close to 15 kids. Um.