piningjohn:

I have no idea how you can watch Sherlock, see how dependent John is on Sherlock, see how Sherlock’s death fucking broke him, see just how much John loves Sherlock and be like “sure he would totally try to forgive Mary for shooting Sherlock that’s exactly what John would do” like there literally can’t be a worst characterization

natrashafierce:

natrashafierce:

pomegranates are trying too hard

I am sitting here eating one and it is like, OBSESSED with reproduction. Like you have any average fruit, right, and you expect some seeds, but pomegranates just have SO MANY seeds. They seem so desperate. Like I see all the seeds and I feel like whoa, okay, this is awkward.

mymistakesandretakes:

ohscarjo:

dehoppus:

thisisalifeyoucantdenyus:

Everyone looks worried apart from that guy on the far left.. 

i like how the guy on the right is so shocked he becomes a teapot

he becomes a teapot
he becomes a teapot

I’ve been laughing for the last 7 minutes because of the teapot guy

mymistakesandretakes:

ohscarjo:

dehoppus:

thisisalifeyoucantdenyus:

Everyone looks worried apart from that guy on the far left.. 

i like how the guy on the right is so shocked he becomes a teapot

he becomes a teapot

he becomes a teapot

I’ve been laughing for the last 7 minutes because of the teapot guy

unreconstructedfangirl:

sherlockian-1881:

skulls-and-tea:

notesfrombakerst:

It later transpired that I had said none of this out loud.

I would just like to say that this is especially important because this is a wonderful wonderful peek into how Sherlock actually thinks. Not in the way that we usually get - but in the way that we can’t see, because he never says it. That’s the key here. In all of those moments where Sherlock simply doesn’t respond or is silent and just seems like he’s being an ass (which undoubtedly, sometimes, he is), he’s actually thinking a thousand things at a million miles a minute and just can’t or doesn’t know how to say them correctly. Or, mayhaps, he doesn’t think expending the effort is worth it (in some cases). Either way.

This.

Look at the actual words he uses:

"When John first broached the subject of being best man, I was confused. I confess at first I didn’t realise he was asking me. When finally I understood, I expressed to him that I was both flattered and … surprised. I explained to him that I’d never expected this request and I was a little daunted in the face of it.”

Those? Those are feeling words.

More of them than he’s ever used before or since, and never in relation to his own experience.

Sherlock’s silences are, in fact, multi-paragraph monologues of pure emotion. 

A maelstrom inside his brain. No wonder he used drugs to quiet all the thoughts and feelings before he started with the puzzles.

Yes! Love.

sherlockspeare:

We will go down with this ship.

New Who Doctors in their previous incarnation’s clothes

notmydate:

If you watch this show carefully there is a subtext about John drinking | Steven Moffat.

Inspired by thekneegrope's fabulous post:  [X]

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lacigreen:

WHY ISN’T THIS THE LAW ALREADY ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND ALSO THE WORLD

lacigreen:

WHY ISN’T THIS THE LAW ALREADY ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND ALSO THE WORLD

holmesianpose:

JUST KILL ME NOW

tehjennismightier:

Historian and Feminist Scholar Gerda Lerner

Please read her books, they are excellent.