If you like sexy stuff, and we think you do, get ready to book a plane ticket to Washington, D.C. (unless of course you already live there … lucky). Because Mr. Darcy’s wet shirt from Pride and Prejudice, which has since probably dried, is heading to the Folger Shakespeare Library as part of the exhibition “Will & Jane: Shakespeare, Austen, and the Cult of Celebrity.” The exhibition will also feature a bundle of wood from Shakespeare’s birthplace — talk about sexy. The wet-shirt scene is not in the book, obviously, which we all know, because we’ve read it a bunch. It was just made famous by Colin Firth’s bod, and, later, by a glorious statue . One of the show’s curators, Janine Barchas, told the New York Times, “We will be giving the Folger some Windex, to be used in what we anticipate will be a daily wiping-down of lipstick marks.” Oh là là! Wipe down that library glass!