SilentAuror: I am the Real

If John were sitting any further forward, he would literally be in Sherlock’s lap. 

If John were sitting any further forward, he would literally be in Sherlock’s lap. 

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Book!GoT vs show!GoT

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Sherlock Uncovered (ASiB)

I am a fan of Sherlock uncovered… 

A woman who knows that she doesn’t have to get all decked out to look good is sexy. A woman who can make you feel smart with her conversation skills is also sexy. I believe the sense of humor is important.


-Benedict Cumberbatch (via doctorwho-cumberbatch)


I’m funny, Ben!!!!! 

Annnnd adding a third person to my ignore list… 

painfullyimprobable, you asked about a teaser for the next fic (and you don’t have an ask box, apparently, or I’d have answered you privately!). I did post a wee one but it was awhile ago and I can’t find it, lol. In short: it’s Sherlock POV (first person), starts right after his plane takes off, and Moriarty is alive in this one. :D I’m hoping to get it finished this week sometime!

Sigh. Of course it’s not possible to pose a reasonable question to the fandom without being called a misogynist and asshat and a number of other lovely things. My point is simply that we all see characters through lenses of our own. Being objective means at least finding out what your own biases are. Do you really like that character because s/he reminds you of yourself and who you’d like to be? Does their life remind you of your own? Do you dislike them for those very reasons? Do you genuinely like or dislike a character based on her/his actions in the story, or is there more going on behind that? There’s usually more. 

And for the record, I am massive, chip-on-the-shoulder feminist. I’m not particularly pro-marriage (though certainly pro-everyone’s-rights-to-do-that-if-they-want-to!!), not particularly interested in children (though again, fully support anyone else’s rights to have/adopt their own, if they want to). Sexuality can be fluid and I refuse to take sides in a straight vs queer battle. I don’t like taking sides, period - there are so many more than two sides in any argument. My previous post, which seems to be either earning hearty support or vitriolic hatred, was a gently-worded ponder about the nature of our motivations regarding the character of Mary Morstan. I wasn’t calling anyone anything, and while I don’t care a whole lot, your arguments make a lot more sense if you present them with a minimum of name-calling and accusations of misogyny. Thanks. 

Who wrote this? I love it!

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You chose her

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