What I always found so amazing about this moment is that Sherlock didn’t even consider that John wouldn’t know what was going on, not because Sherlock is rude or inconsiderate, but because Sherlock sees John as an equal. Mrs. Hudson wouldn’t understand. Lestrade wouldn’t get it. Anderson? DEFINITELY NOT. But John, his friend John, would because Sherlock doesn’t feel the same as he did during that crime scene in Study in Pink. He doesn’t assume that John is stupid or anything like that because John has proven himself worthy of his respect. He has come to a point where he assumes that they are equal in intelligence. When he’s with John, he is no longer a giant among insects because he feels that he can look John straight in the eyes without him flinching.
And whether you ship it or not, that’s love. That’s respect and friendship and love.
*whispers to you during sex*
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Now that I have a watch, I notice other people’s watches. This leads to more conversations about watches and more time spent thinking about watches. This is a slippery slope: You start as an earnest young man who’s trying to keep track of the precious minutes of life and suddenly you’re a potbellied old bore trapped in endless conversations about Panerais, waiting for death.
Arctic Monkeys opening for The Black Keys in Oakland at the Oracle Arena, May 5, 2012.
They are Arctic Monkeys and you should believe the hype.
“The fact that we were writing together seems to make it stronger. You’re not as exposed as you are if it’s just you on your own. I do like the partnership thing.” (x)
holiday, oh, holiday and the best one of the year
Does it still matter to you what your parents think about what you do, and why? [x]
"we’d rented to a cabin up in the mountains"
"we were locked up in a cabin away from any people, we all just went a little crazy"
" we had a lot of fun up there"
"I think I said something like, uh its the end of the electric guitar. I hated it that night and i burned it alive."
”we were all in a positive place but it wasnt really coming out in our music”
(Panic at the Disco about their cabin era)