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Hi! This here blog contains ridiculous amounts of (but is not limited to) the following: Sherlock. Cumberbatch. Dr. Who. POTO. Star Trek. Pride and Prejudice. NCIS. Avengers. Occasionally opera and/or violin angst. Enjoy!

nowrunalong:

"Feels like you’ve never been away. Easter was hilarious ‘cause we all went a bit mad on these chocolate eggs and we were really, really hectic and excitable, to the point where we had so much sugar that we could barely speak.” - Billie Piper

Behind the scenes: towing the Earth home
↳ { DW Confidential 4x13 - The End of an Era }

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clio-jlh:

silentwalrus1:

my ot4 beach trip 2k14

I deeply heart that Steve and Natasha are wearing suits of each other’s superhero id’s, and the towel wrapped around Bucky’s arm, and Sam’s everything.

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aconissa:

holmephobic:

okay but sherlock and john would probably sit in their respective arm chairs on their laptops in comfortable silence while arguing with each other in the comments on john’s blog

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awolbucky:

i can honestly say that i never thought reading gay porn would make me this happy

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lumos5001:

excessively-irish-courfeyrac:

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

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gallifreyanconsultingdetective:

dianeraeb:

siriuus:

do action movies know they can have more than one female character

Someone should make an action movie with all girls except for one guy and have no explanation or mention of it in the movie and then pay all of the actors to act surprised like they’d never noticed when they get the inevitable storm of questions. 

This one male must have a shower scene, be saved by the protagonist at least once, and fall in love with a lead female.

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dopeybeauty:

aurora is the queen bitch

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Grandson:  Doesn’t sound too bad. I’ll try and stay awake.
Grandfather:  Oh. Well thank you very much. Very nice of you. Your vote of confidence is overwhelming. All right.

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Ralph Waldo Emerson. (via quotedojo)

In skating over thin ice our safety is in our speed.

madamateur:

trying to drink hot tea while wearing glasses more like

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where the fuck did the laptop go

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colwengrounds:

Wicked Challenge (Five G(a)lindas)

Kristin Chenoweth (original Glinda – Broadway, Pre-Broadway)

“There’s actually one sentence in the book that summed it up for me, and I thought, “Oh, I’m on the right track here.” The line is something like: “Glinda positions herself perfectly in front of the window so the sunlight can hit her curls for all to see.” I thought, “There you go!” ”

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13bryantchristop:

I liked Slodwick’s design for this Welcome to Night Vale board game so much that I decided to make a fully playable physical version with a box, tray, and three dimensional pieces. (The box is made of plywood covered in a faux leather vinyl and felt.)

I changed up a few things like the color of the money (matching traditional Monopoly colors except for the $500 bill which I made purple) and the obelisk/pyramid buildings. Since these would have been too difficult for me to make out of wood, I made the obelisks condos (black cubes) and changed the pyramids back to hotels (like those you’d find in an original Monopoly game). For the game tokens, I attached Slodwick’s images onto a piece of PVC pipe (spray painted black) on top of a piece of felt. I also designed and wrote up my own instruction book to match Monopoly rules more closely while still keeping some of Slodwick’s Night Vale flavor.

As a finishing touch, I etched a Night Vale eye out of a brass plate, spray painted it black, and sanded the raised surface, giving it an interesting aged look. Overall, I think the project turned out quite well.

Here are some more pictures I took of the project.

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theideaofsussex:

I know this has been brought up before, but it suddenly seems relevant again.

Mofftiss were anxious to make Sherlock because they were worried someone else would “beat them to it.” But when shortly after the release of Sherlock another modern adaptation of Sherlock Holmes…