Jane Austen was one of the UK's greatest ever writers. You've probably heard of her, the Bank of England put her on the tenner this year.
A testament to the author, dead for 200 years, was provided by Andrea Leadsom in the House of Commons:
A recent article in the Washington Post described her as...
...the master of the marriage plot.
The Washington Post tweeted the article, with the headline:
Jane Austen was the master of the marriage plot. But she remained single.
It went down badly, safe to say:
People also pointed out that she probably didn't need to be married:
In fact, the most apt way of retorting to the tweet was probably this: