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#i really don’t know which face is funnier in the last one

#wait am i his dad
#wait are you my dad

I think it’s the long-suffering guard in the background.

#wait is that guy that other guy’s dad

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You. It’s always you. (You’re the one I live and die for)






I am fire *pant pant* 

I am death. 

you ruined my life

you mean improved your life

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my life goals

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Sherlock : Cheers!!! John!
John : *what’s this…?*

So I made this approximately a year ago.
And this just happened.

So I made this approximately a year ago.

And this just happened.

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Anonymous sent: So there is a scene in s3 that has been on my mind for a while. In Tsot, Sherlock mentions their strange cases and frustrating cases but when he mentions, "touching cases" there is only one and it isn't even a case Sherlock solved it just states "oscillation on the pavement always means there's a love affair". It was kind of out of place with all the other cases he named. So why might it be there? Foreshadowing of some kind?


Firstly, this scene acts as a) an allusion and b) a callback.

The allusion refers to A Case of Identity, which was one of the cases Sherlock solved with Molly in The Empty Hearse - the man who faked an online identity and seduced his step daughter. Near the beginning of that story, Holmes tells Watson that ‘Oscillation upon the pavement always means an affaire de coeur.’

The callback refers to John’s ‘oscillation on the pavement’ outside of 221b in The Empty Hearse (note that ‘love affair’ in this case does not refer to infidelity, but rather the traditional meaning of a matter of the heart).

The case is also explored on John’s blog: http://www.johnwatsonblog.co.uk/blog/03june

The case in question concludes with two women in love with one another getting to live happily ever after after the client divorces her husband, essentially.

It’s certainly notable that Sherlock, who is rarely touched by cases (although it’s certainly not the only time) mentions a case involving a same sex romance as ‘touching’ - of all the cases he could’ve picked to discuss, he picked one in which a same sex couple get a happily ever after. Certainly a move from ‘sentiment is a chemical defect found on the losing side’.

It’s particularly interesting that the blog entry opens with ‘I swear that my forthcoming wedding has softened Sherlock’, yet Sherlock displayed no interest in the case, ‘describing her marriage as being of ‘zero importance in the grand scheme of things”, until he began to suspect that the client was gay and concealing her feelings for another woman who she felt was inaccessible to her. In fact, the moment in which he first becomes interested in when ‘Mary arrived. And suddenly he changed his mind. He decided there and then that he’d find the proof she needed so she could divorce Chris.’ John theorises that ‘it was because he saw me and Mary together and just wanted to make someone else happy’, but, as we soon see, the client wants a reason to divorce her husband so that she is free to be with her same sex lover. Oh, John. Are you really so oblivious?


If anything comes from Robin Williams’ death, I hope it brings more awareness to depression. Even someone so outwardly upbeat and full of life can succumb to depression.

I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel all alone.
—Robin Williams (via wordsnquotes)

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When you see a notp that involves your favorite character on your dash:


S1: I will burn the heart out of you.
S2: Amazing how fire exposes our priorities.
S3: Yeah, let's just set John on fire.


The Princess Bride vs Sherlock - Part 2 (Part 1)



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