1. Intense, unmitigated excitement, restricted only by the 140 character limit.
2. Textbook masculine restriction of emotion, likely immediately and permanently defeated by the appearance of Mary on the staircase in lilac. Hopeful long-term eventuation: loss of girlfriend to more sensitive soul.
3. Quasi-amusing cultural reference, signifying that Mary’s reaction to the sudden death of her life-partner is over-played, and reminiscent of the gothic musings of an over-stimulated child.
4. Possibly deliberate misspelling of common expletive, possibly to indicate disparagement and lack of giving of fvcks.
5. Genuinely amusing cultural reference, questioning the Dowager’s legitimacy as a 1920s matron, and postulating her truthful existence as a superior witch (see: Animagus) in Muggle disguise.
6. Probable feminism-inclined party postulating that the enjoyability of said period drama would be improved by activities such as “scissoring” and “muff-diving”. Postulation corroborated by author. Possible lewd inference in inclusion of word “period”.
7. Viewer expresses desire either to reside within the walls of said residence or to make love gently and with emotional attachment on the kitchen floor by the electric mixer.
8. Expression of positive emotional reaction to the fondling of young children. Emotional resonance spoiled in part by unfortunate pedophilic overtones.
9. Enjoyment of healthful beverage; desire for attention. Recommend that Tweeter revisits interest in clothes and apostrophes. Also recommend study of Freud and/or Oedipus.
10. Emotive dismissal of probable audience of Downton Abbey, possibly resulting in furtive inspection of nethers in nearest reflective surface by sensitive readers. Author reluctantly included.
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