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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!
onlyclueingforlooks:

  You wanted happiness, I can’t blame you for that,and maybe a mouth sounds idiotic when it blathers on about joy    but tell meyou love this, tell me you’re not miserable.      You do the math, you expect the trouble.
-Richard Siken

onlyclueingforlooks:

  You wanted happiness, I can’t blame you for that,
and maybe a mouth sounds idiotic when it blathers on about joy
    but tell me
you love this, tell me you’re not miserable.
      You do the math, you expect the trouble.

-Richard Siken

johnlockhusbands:

 I am tired of being mysterious .You are drinking rum next to the laughing skullheads and I am unhappy because I am dead and I miss you.             Once a year, day of the dead, you think you’d think of me more often.

Richard Siken, Unhappy hour

thetwogaydetectives:

John after Sherlock jumped

thetwogaydetectives:

John after Sherlock jumped

(Source: johnlockhusbands)

stevethompsons:

johnlock meme: richard siken’s crush  [as inspired by x]

lazarus-is-no:

excerpt from “Litany In Which Certain Things are Crossed Out”

magicmumu:

toxicnebulae:

"made-up genders"

ah, yes, as opposed to natural, organic genders harvested from the Gender Tree in the far-off, mystical Gender Land

free range gender

gluten free gender

I can’t believe it’s not gender

(via phantomofthelibrary)

glitterandmetal-yt-da:

mirabilelectu:

I need to talk about this moment.

Sherlock is terrified of Moriarty. Legitimately terrified of him. So terrified that Moriarty is literally the monster under Sherlock’s bed and the thing that keeps Sherlock up at night.

In The Great Game, Sherlock wanted to meet Moriarty. He reveled in the game, loved the chase, and saw Moriarty as the one man who could actually challenge him. He invited Moriarty to the pool just so he could finally meet his nemesis.

And then Moriarty got John. He took him, strapped Semtex to his chest, and threatened to burn Sherlock’s heart away. And now Sherlock fears Moriarty more than anything else. More than the Hound, more than his own brain lying to him, he is afraid of Moriarty.

It’s no longer a game, it’s real.

I’ve been waiting for these gifs and for someone to say this forever. I was blown away by this scene when I realised how afraid of Moriarty Sherlock is.

(Source: jeeslees, via sherlockisactuallyagayname)

tastefullyoffensive:

"Margaret, I don’t think they’re open on Sundays."

tastefullyoffensive:

"Margaret, I don’t think they’re open on Sundays."

(Source: felixjapan)

another-adoring-fan asked: I have to sleep under a mosquito net. When potato john went to war did the bugs bother him? (Love you!!)


Answer:

floccinaucinihilipilificationa:

Oh yes, they did! Those were hard days. But Major Sholto did his best to protect everybody.image

floccinaucinihilipilificationa:

Today Sally found out why nobody eats in the cafetaria

floccinaucinihilipilificationa:

Today Sally found out why nobody eats in the cafetaria

(via sussext)

And that was how a great scandal threatened to affect the kingdom of Bohemia, and how the best plans of Mr. Sherlock Holmes were beaten by a woman’s wit. He used to make merry over the cleverness of women, but I have not heard him do it of late.

And when he speaks of Irene Adler, or when he refers to her photograph, it is always under the honourable title of the woman.

(Source: abigail-rising, via thewomvn)

sherlockspeare:

I remember seeing some Robert Downey Jr pin up manips. So I wanted to try Benedict ones. I was having so much fun. Images from (X)

(via thewomvn)

What I imagine this painful good-bye to be like if Sherlock had not aborted his declaration →

blueplanetocean:

John, there’s something…

I should say. I’ve meant to say always and I never have.

Since its unlikely we will ever meet again, I might as well say it now.

(Pause)

All those years ago, when I said that I considered myself married to my work…

I hadn’t…