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ahhh everybody is saying such good things about fargo I want to watch itttt

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mid0nz:

ivyblossom:

littlelock:

Mostly what I want to know is why John looks down. Is he so used to being deduced that he thinks maybe Wiggins is right about the chafing? Is he thinking, I’m chafing? Really? Looking down at his jeans isn’t going to answer the question, but it’s like he thinks it might. And he needs Sherlock to tell him that Wiggins is wrong. About his own thighs. 

And then John realizes he’s looking at his crotch. And so is everyone else.

And then everyone in the room realizes that John is massively well-endowed. Here we are, all of us together, examining John’s crotch, and noting that, oh yes, that’s why he walks like that. 

John’s crotch of majesty befuddles even the most observant of men.

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. That was funny, ivy

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deareje:

that night

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Is this fandom STILL arguing about Mary???? wtf 

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The scene removed from A Study In Pink that I FUCKING WISH WAS STILL IN IT OMG

MOFFAT HOW COULD YOU WRITE THIS AND NOT INCLUDE IT OH GOD

loudest-subtext-in-television: Every now and again, I get asks from people who’ve read the S&S entries for ASiP and TBB and don’t believe that we’re supposed to suspect Sherlock is suicidal. (Or John, for that matter.) Here’s another piece of evidence.

The first episode is about suicide for a reason. There are suicidal shot compositions and visual metaphors for both John and Sherlock in that same episode for a reason. It’s because they’re both depressed and clinging to reasons to keep living.

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forget-me-lock:

That’s the show.

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incurablylazydevil:

A Study in Pink vs The Celluloid Closet

a documentary on how motion pictures, especially Hollywood films, had portrayed gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender characters
(requested by sherlockeleven)

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The great thing about reinventing Sherlock Holmes is that the whole story happens all over again. And we can do it any way we like. We can change the rules; we can shock you with what we do.

So don’t assume that we are going to do everything according to the rulebook. We are at times throwing it away. So it might be frightening—brace yourselves for shocks.

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indigobluerose:

More kids are growing up without the ingrained prejudices that I have to fight with myself to overcome as an adult.

Kids these days.

:)

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