You always feel it, Sherlock. But you don’t have to fear it. Pain… heartbreak… loss… death… it’s all good. It’s all good.

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weekendswithgoodfriends:

cumber-bitches:

elbas-world:

dynamics-of-an-asteroid:

Thank-you.

this is mildly terrifying 

holy shit

This is brilliant and bloody scary at the same time.

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 I gave you my number. I thought you might call.

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THERE IS NO KEY.

crypticnymph:

benedictatorship:

lilyamongthewildflowers:


push-for-ten
:

01110100 01101000 01100101 01110010 01100101 00100000 01101001 01110011 00100000 01101110 01101111 00100000 01101011 01100101 01111001

It converts from binary into ‘there is no key’. 

Oh good lord.

noooo

NOOOOOOOO

SERIOUSLY?!

Wait so this whole fiasco could’ve been averted if Sherlock could read binary…..?!

SHIT MAN.

Surely Sherlock can understand binary though? I reckon he realised right away and there’s some double triple quadruple bluffing going on.

#damn these double bluffing heterosexuals

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necrosmauggerbatch:

Misleading Moriarty

I laughed so hard at this one. Genuine belly-laugh.

necrosmauggerbatch:

Misleading Moriarty

I laughed so hard at this one. Genuine belly-laugh.

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LET ME LOVE YOU.

LET ME LOVE YOU.

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New favourite meme.

New favourite meme.

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Andrew Scott, why are you so sweet?

Andrew Scott, why are you so sweet?

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“People have died.”
“That’s what people do.”

THANK YOU. Best delivery of a line ever: it went from calm to amused to enraged in four words.

People have died.

That’s what people do.

THANK YOU. Best delivery of a line ever: it went from calm to amused to enraged in four words.

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