#oh my god that little shoulder tuck#’y-yeah#fury#what—what he said’#’you don’t get the joke but that’s actually him riffing on how we met’#’which was really romantic btw’#’well no I actually trolled him in public but I made sure to wear the smallest shirt I own’#’so that makes it romantic’#’I think’
basically books and actors and
ps. i know some of the scarves aren't from fandoms on this blog but they were for my personal and they didnt fit but i loved them.
OKAY, CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS FOR A SECOND?
Moriarty is in Sherlock’s Mind Palace. CHAINED UP, IN SHERLOCK’S BLOODY MIND PALACE.
Not only did Sherlock fully accept the whole “I am you” “You’re me” conversation that they had, he recognizes it IN HIMSELF that there is a part of him that truly is Moriarty.
AND HE CHAINED IT UP.
how is this possible
Natalie Dormer at the 66th Annual Emmy Awards
I never said pilot.
What if Charlie Weasley is asexual? Like what if when his brothers were going through puberty and getting crushes on girls and just obsessing over them, Charlie was just like, “Guys. DRAGONS.”
J.K. Rowling confirms it here.
To the very best of times, John.
This makes me so sad….
This scene always breaks my heart: he know he’s going to die, but he doesn’t care. He can only think that’s the last time he talked to John, his only love, he thinks he doesn’t want to fall in love ever again, ‘cause it hurts too much…
great, I succeeded in depressing myself once again ._.
I still like how people refuse to believe that he’s been crying in this scene. Ugh.
And it’s so fucking important, because his entire thing throughout the series is eschewing all emotion in favour of reason and logic, to the point where John even calls him a machine. And he’s brought to the point here, leaving John forever, where he cannot hold back anymore and he allows himself to cry. Over John. Over never seeing John again. For once, he permits himself to feel instead of stamping down his feelings, and it literally comes pouring out of him. Because of John.
You’d have to be blind not to see how desperately in love with John he is. Johnlock isn’t even a question anymore. It’s a statement, bolded and underscored.
He presses the hand John has touched to his lips. It’s the very same hand.
Just in case after the “Sherlock is actually a girl’s name” line you thought he wasn’t going to say “I love you”. That was a statement, this scene is a confirmation.
Lestrade’s phone passcode is totally “Greg” because the only person to try to hack his phone would be Sherlock and it’s the one thing he doesn’t know.
HEADCANON SO FREAKING ACCEPTED
So no matter what I do, hooray for me because I’m a great guy? It’s all good?