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Sherlock Holmes and the younger Sherlock

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anowen18:

Have you ever noticed that when Sherlock talks to someone (usually Watson), there’s almost no personal space? 

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Have some Holmes-in-a-blanket

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thecityofpaper:

The moral of the story is: Sherlock Holmes never guesses.

#the moral of the story is: #quiet watson I’m a badass motherfucker don’t question my methods

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sofuckingchuffed:

Holmes and Watson being unintentionally adorable.

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anowen18:

Have you ever noticed that when Sherlock talks to someone (usually Watson), there’s almost no personal space? 

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do-you-have-a-flag:

why is this adorable

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myqueenmycroft:

Coined in Japan in the late 90s, “Moe” (萌え, pronounced as “Moh-Eh”, derived from a Japanese word that means “budding” or sometimes “to burn”) is an ill-defined otaku term that means, amongst others, “cute,” “huggable,” “endearing.”

A common definition is that Moe is the ability of a character to instill in the audience an irrational desire to adore them, hug them, protect them, comfort them, etc.

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itsacrimescene:

The Hound of the Baskervilles (1988)//The Hounds of Baskerville (2012)

requested by ramblingruminations :) sorry if it’s a bit confusing, it worked better in my head, lol

Do try my stew.
Please Watson. :)

……..It’s quite disgusting, Holmes.

:| ….Yes….Yes it is….Well, it’s better when it’s hot.



What’s this?

Coffee. I made coffee.

You never make coffee.

I just did. Don’t you want it?

You don’t have to keep apologizing.

:(

… Thanks.

:)

-sip- ugh I don’t take sugar…

-sighs-

-finishes drinking- that’s nice. It’s good.

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The most dangerous criminal and the foremost champion of the law of their generation.

“The Final Problem”

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rhoscumberbrett:

What strikes me though is how Freeman’s Watson always reminded me strikenly as Hardwicke’s Watson! They both show there displeasure of Holmes when he irritates them, they are strong willed, couragous, and loyal. They speak sternly to Holmes when he needs it yet offer support when he Holmes see’s he doesn’t need it! I honestly think these two show Watson’s in the greater light, a hero in its self and really…Where would Holmes be without his Boswell and/or Blogger?

p.s. I adore Brett’s face in the last GIF, so you are all aware of his beauty! :D

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sherlockismyholmesboy:

darkest-alchemy:

I’m still kind of LOLing over the idea that there’s “Nothing [in Granada ‘verse] that should make anyone think there’s something between them.”
Yep. 
Nothing to see here.
Nope.
There is nothing slashy about scenes like this at all.

Yeah, I don’t know where people are getting the idea that the Granada ‘verse had slash, there’s obviously nothing-



…Oh.

YOURE FORGETTING

and

LOOK AT DAT HAND

What if I reblogged this to add:

or

or

or even

Yep, still nothing slashy here.

darkest-alchemy:

drjohnhwatson:

sherlockismyholmesboy:

darkest-alchemy:

I’m still kind of LOLing over the idea that there’s “Nothing [in Granada ‘verse] that should make anyone think there’s something between them.”

Yep. 

Nothing to see here.

Nope.

There is nothing slashy about scenes like this at all.

Yeah, I don’t know where people are getting the idea that the Granada ‘verse had slash, there’s obviously nothing-

…Oh.

YOURE FORGETTING

and

LOOK AT DAT HAND

What if I reblogged this to add:

or

or

or even

Yep, still nothing slashy here.

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