creamocrop:

God help me…someone is being so rude in the sherlolly tag that I am tempted to send the fluffiest sherlolly fic that I can come up with, just to piss the hell out of them….

Have you been scrolling on a phone? They do auto tagging so they may have meant to not tag it there.

returnmysanity:

That’s it, I’m so done with this page where people will send you hate for stating an opinion they don’t agree with.
And about something as trivial as shipping!
Yes, I ship Johnlock, the world hasn’t fucking ended just because I ship Johnlock and you don’t!
What a miserable, bitter person you must be, to actually become this angry about someone seeing a romance a place where you don’t. Tell me, would you be this upset if I shipped them with women, or is it the gay that has you flying into a rage? 
Many people don’t ship Sherlolly for instance, but I’ve never heard anyone tell somebody that they’re disgusting and delusional for shipping it. It all comes down to the fact that it’s a heterosexual pairing. Therefore it’s approved, and not an issue.
To me, for you to be this upset about my shipping of a slash pairing, you just seem like a sad little homophobe.
What other than homophobia can make you outright offended about someone shipping Johnlock? A person who ships something else will normally shrug and just ignore it, but no, it is as though Johnlockers personally offend you by shipping what they do, and that is not about different opinions, that is just your fear of anything not heteronormative!
There’s really no other way to put it.
Bye.

Mans that sucks. I remember getting threats and getting called a cunt in my ask about shipping a straight couple. It’s so f’in lame that cowards can’t come out of anon & hide under that.

returnmysanity:

That’s it, I’m so done with this page where people will send you hate for stating an opinion they don’t agree with.

And about something as trivial as shipping!

Yes, I ship Johnlock, the world hasn’t fucking ended just because I ship Johnlock and you don’t!

What a miserable, bitter person you must be, to actually become this angry about someone seeing a romance a place where you don’t. Tell me, would you be this upset if I shipped them with women, or is it the gay that has you flying into a rage?

Many people don’t ship Sherlolly for instance, but I’ve never heard anyone tell somebody that they’re disgusting and delusional for shipping it. It all comes down to the fact that it’s a heterosexual pairing. Therefore it’s approved, and not an issue.

To me, for you to be this upset about my shipping of a slash pairing, you just seem like a sad little homophobe.

What other than homophobia can make you outright offended about someone shipping Johnlock? A person who ships something else will normally shrug and just ignore it, but no, it is as though Johnlockers personally offend you by shipping what they do, and that is not about different opinions, that is just your fear of anything not heteronormative!

There’s really no other way to put it.

Bye.

Mans that sucks. I remember getting threats and getting called a cunt in my ask about shipping a straight couple. It’s so f’in lame that cowards can’t come out of anon & hide under that.

penelope1730:

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There is history in fiction that the relationship between a celibate genius profiler / agent / detective and pathologist wins out in the end. The fact that both couples have the initials ‘M’ and ‘S,’ well, we know what the Universe says about coincidences.

Give me all the Mulder, Scully, Molly, Sherlock parallels! I’ve been on this theory since S3 ended. Mofftiss would most likely model their relationship based on them IF they decided to do this, IMO.

bc-728 asked: How do people flirt in the UK? Just curious.

english2english:

From an anonymous (and British) Guardian US employee:

"In essence, people get drunk then through some sort of miracle of science end up going home with each other. I’m not sure I should put that in writing." 

British husband: “yep, so true”

winterda asked: Prompt: Sherlock decides to use Molly and Baby Watson as his fake family cover for a case.

the-doctor-wtf:

AN: I had WAY too much fun writing this. Thanks for the prompt! It was lovely!

“No Sherlock.”

“Well why not?” his former flatmate demanded, looking very put out. “It’s not like she’s going to come into any harm.”

“No Sherlock.”

“An answer besides just ‘no’ would be helpful.”

“Just… Just… No. No Sherlock. Not a chance.”

“Actually, it’s not a bad idea,” Mary murmured, looking far too amused. He glared at his wife as if she were a traitor and she winced, but continued to smile at him. “We’ve been able to trust Sherlock before and it’s not like it would be for long.”

“It’s a week. He’ll have her for a week.”

“It would be like a holiday! Or how life was before we had children.”

John looked between the two of them, his wife and his best friend, and threw his hands up in the air. “Have you both gone mad!?”

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findingmygoldfishmollpaper:

So Benedict….

I

Heard

You’ve

Got

A

Girlfriend?

Now who could that be I wonder….

I wish!!! Loo has a lovely and very fit boyfriend though! His twitter is adorbz, too.

soyeahso:

Realizing that the actors in the show, fan fiction, and the friends you’ve made in fandom are the only reason you’re fucking with the show at all anymore.

I still like Sherlock loads but this post is how I feel about Glee.

Sherlolly/Mr. and Mrs. Smith crossover fanfic?

marvelsdemigodsofmerwholock:

flat-15:

Are there any fics out there with Sherlolly as Mr. and Mrs. Smith??? Thanks!

I never knew how much I needed this till now!!!!

Seriously, can I put this forward for a prompt request?? sherlolly-is-jolly fuckyeahsherlolly =)
Are there Sherlock fans that are also Glee fans?

wilderebellion:

*waves* Hullo!

Hullo fellow Gleek!!

(Source: flat-15)

guardian:

How Mad Men changed the way men dress
onathan Heaf describes how Don Draper helped a generation of ageing hipsters grow up gracefully, while Lauren Cochrane sums up the style influence of the other principal players, from perfect pyjamas to outlandish prints. Read more

guardian:

How Mad Men changed the way men dress

onathan Heaf describes how Don Draper helped a generation of ageing hipsters grow up gracefully, while Lauren Cochrane sums up the style influence of the other principal players, from perfect pyjamas to outlandish prints. Read more