Good news, if the 37 cats currently clawing around your house aren't properly sending the message that you want to die alone, it is now possible to guarantee everyone gets the memo. Yes, if a potential suitor walks into your house and sees this portrait of Colin Firth as swoon-tastic Mr. Darcy from the BBC's "Pride & Prejudice" miniseries hanging above your shelf of kitty knick knacks, you can guarantee there will be a man-shaped hole in your wall in five seconds flat.
The piece of art, which is expected to fetch between $10,000 and $15,00 at auction, also comes with a personalized note from Colin. Most likely the letter reads: "this is as close to me as you're ever going to get creep-ella. Now microwave a Lean Cuisine"
But if the possibility of sending a man running for the hills upon entering your home isn't enough to scare you off, the auction is being held at Bonhams in London, on January 21. Happy bidding!