Who Said What: Have You Been Quoting These Sayings Incorrectly?

Who Said What: Have You Been Quoting These Sayings Incorrectly?

As words spread from mouth to mouth, sometimes it is inevitable that original sayings will undergo some degree of change. Despite what that friend posted on social media, chances are, Mark Twain or Ghandi probably didn’t say that. Take this quiz to see if you’ve been misquoting or misattributing these famous sayings.     Featured Image Courtesy of Know Your Meme

The Bennet House from BBC’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is for Sale

The Bennet House from BBC’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is for Sale

Who wouldn’t want to live in a house where an adaptation was filmed? Especially if the living quarters are as lavish as Elizabeth Bennet’s! BBC’s 1995 Pride and Prejudice mini-series is beloved by many. Colin Firth as Darcy was particularly memorable, but I must say, the setting was even more so. If you loved the manor where the series took place, you’re in luck! The Bennet’s house is now for sale…for a mere $11.6 million.    Take a look!           Let the fight for the Bennet house commence!          All images courtesy of Country Life

10 Classic Books That Almost Had Different Titles

10 Classic Books That Almost Had Different Titles

Book titles are important: along with the cover, they’re one of the first things we notice when we pick up a novel. We’ve grown so used to some famous book titles that we barely think about them anymore. Of course The Great Gatsby is called The Great Gatsby; why wouldn’t it be? But the truth is, it almost wasn’t. And F. Scott Fitzgerald isn’t the only literary figure who switched up a famous title at the last minute. Here are 10 incredible examples of famous book titles that were almost completely different.   Catch-22 by Joseph Heller Which number followed the “Catch-” in Catch-22 …