but if i dont constantly post about my ocs who will
This is my family. I found it all on my own. It’s little, and broken, but still good.
Yeah… still good.
Without doubt, my favorite piece from the Art of How To Train Your Dragon 2
a post about the subtitles on my harry potter vcd
so i found my old vcd-copy of harry potter and the chamber of secrets and… i don’t know what’s more entertaining, the movie or the subtitles.
game of hair: part 12
requested by speedybail
Halloween tip / Breaking Bad Marathon serving idea
congratulations you just taught a whole website how to scam meth addicts in to buying fake meth A+
SHERLOCK IN LOVE.
Maybe the change in Sherlock’s character during S3, and some fans unease with this, can be explained by the fact that S3 Sherlock was a man realising he was in love. He screws things up in TEH, he realises he is in love in TSoT and by HLV he is totally given over to his emotions, to the exclusion of logic.
Let’s face it love makes us act differently, we become; self sacrificing martyrs, stalkers, idiots, door mats, suspicious and paranoid, happily idiotic fools, high as kites, depressives. Our concentration is effected, our priorities shift, our focus is lax, and the people that know us often don’t recognise us or are astounded by the change in us. Love is wonderful and terrible.
This maybe Sherlock’s first, albeit late, but first, time to fall in love. And it does effect his work, his abilities. He is changed. But all he needs is his John to reciprocate those feelings. After a wild, heady, honeymoon period, the Sherlock we all seem to want back; the genius, the best mind in the room, the logical crime solver will be back. And better for the experience.
He’s in love, give him a break.
I want to hug this post.
HARRY POTTER ALPHABET → c
"After a meal of turkey sandwiches, crumpets, trifle, and Christmas cake, everyone felt too full and sleepy to do much before bed except sit and watch Percy chase Fred and George all over Gryffindor tower because they’d stolen his prefect badge."
"It’s rude to show up to a wedding that you weren’t invited to, James."
"But you wanted to dance."