The Fangirl Who Could

Georgia. 21. Johnlockian, among others. Avid multishipper. Blog dedicated to all things Sherlock, including fanworks and actor affiliations.

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anotherwellkeptsecret:

So I doodled some height difference kisses.

    cumberdaily:

Benedict Cumberbatch at the Children’s Monologues Gala (2010)

    cumberdaily:

    Benedict Cumberbatch at the Children’s Monologues Gala (2010)

      (Source: karin-woywod)

        (Source: hulkbomb)

          loveleedunk:

          Andrew Scott in The Scapegoat (1/3)

            vaginal-diabetus:

            bbcatemysoul:

            don’t you hate it when you take your girlfriend to a nice restaurant to propose to her but then you accidentally end up on top of your ex in the middle of the floor

            awkward

            image

            I know, John…  I know…

              this is your heart.

              (Source: sherlockislikeadrug)

                impishtubist:

strawberrypatty:

lono285:

Detective Inspector Sally Donovan’s opinion of Doctor Molly Hooper was cemented the first time they met. For all of her insightful post-mortems, a person who sings “Don’t Say Goodbye” to corpses as she cuts open their chest cavities can’t be right in the head. Even if it is one of Take That’s better songs.
In turn, though Molly admires Sally’s keen wits and instincts, she has little patience for the Detective Inspector’s abrupt personality. Molly can’t help but feel a natural suspicion of anyone who doesn’t even crack a smile at her joke about golf and murder.
But when a serial killer known as The Surgeon starts systematically killing young men, Sally and Molly form a surprisingly productive partnership. As they work feverishly to solve the string of murders, they find that their differing personalities contrast with brilliant results.
Add a shared love for early 90s Britpop to the mix, and Sally and Molly might just discover that, amidst enmity and entrails, their differing personalities also make for a rather brilliant friendship.

I HAVE A POWERFUL NEED.

HOLY SHIT I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE

                impishtubist:

                strawberrypatty:

                lono285:

                Detective Inspector Sally Donovan’s opinion of Doctor Molly Hooper was cemented the first time they met. For all of her insightful post-mortems, a person who sings “Don’t Say Goodbye” to corpses as she cuts open their chest cavities can’t be right in the head. Even if it is one of Take That’s better songs.

                In turn, though Molly admires Sally’s keen wits and instincts, she has little patience for the Detective Inspector’s abrupt personality. Molly can’t help but feel a natural suspicion of anyone who doesn’t even crack a smile at her joke about golf and murder.

                But when a serial killer known as The Surgeon starts systematically killing young men, Sally and Molly form a surprisingly productive partnership. As they work feverishly to solve the string of murders, they find that their differing personalities contrast with brilliant results.

                Add a shared love for early 90s Britpop to the mix, and Sally and Molly might just discover that, amidst enmity and entrails, their differing personalities also make for a rather brilliant friendship.

                I HAVE A POWERFUL NEED.

                HOLY SHIT I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE

                  (Source: microftly)

                    thescienceofjohnlock:

                    cumbermuffins:

                    amygloriouspond:

                    ∞ Scenes of Sherlock

                    Come on. You’ll have to go down.

                    I cannot and will not ever get over the way they look at each other in this scene.

                    Subtext that slaps you in the face with a gold brick.

                      kayjaykayme:

                      Kisssss! kismanip. For all who want to see the lips meet…..

                          gatissed:

                          All lives end. All hearts are broken. Holmes Brothers - A Scandal in Belgravia

                            shinka:

                            incurablylazydevil:

                            image

                            friendly reminder that even on his blog, John says he’s ‘not gay’ only as a last resort and only after people are rude and/or mislabel him as strictly ‘gay’

                             #because he’s bi #a straigh person would probably have answered right away

                              enigmaticpenguinofdeath:

Abba fanboying Ian is a wonderful thing.

                              enigmaticpenguinofdeath:

                              Abba fanboying Ian is a wonderful thing.

                              (Source: cumberbatchaddictsanonymous)

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