Gisele Bündchen photographed by Michel Comte for Vogue Italia September 1999

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deducemesir:

Mark Gatiss as Henry Rackham Junior in “The Crimson Petal and the White”.

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taikova:

got angry so i drew them naked and kissing

tonnaree:

knackorcraft:

So, how you’ve been?
Yea, good. Yea. Much better.

Have I reblogged this before? Don’t care.  Always reblog pensive, brooding John Watson.

I want to wrap him in a blanket and hold him in my lap.

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mareemallory:

#space marrieds #space CONSUMMATED marrieds #mm consider this an addendum gauntlet #draped suggestively across the back of the command chair

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bakerstreetbabes:

aperturetardis:

Sherlock, Watson, and Mycroft 

Aww.

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notmydate:

I am mesmerized by drunk!John’s legs.

I love drunk!John’s little stockinged feet.

He’s so cute and wobbly!

Oh, like we’ve never seen this before! Here we go, Martin Freeman cast as the siren temptress/sex object. It’s The Hobbit all over again.

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Now’s the part where you hug back.

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Sherlock, John and the elephant in the room.

stephisanerd:

(DISCLAIMER: I’m not a Johnlock shipper, even as I’m realizing that I’ve basically written a several thousand word manifesto on the subject. Not because I don’t see the subtext, but it just doesn’t tend to be how I analyze or relate to fictional content. I’m not coming down here on one side or the other of that debate, and I really just don’t care about it? Ship or don’t ship to your heart’s content, but please don’t flame me or flood my inboxAlso, there’s more editing I would do this, but I need to stop looking at it or it’s somehow going to get even longer. )

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The damsel in distress. In the end, are you really so obvious? Because this was textbook: the promise of love, the pain of loss, the joy of redemption…” Mycroft Holmes in A Scandal in Belgravia

Sherlock: I imagine John Watson thinks love’s a mystery to me but the chemistry is incredibly simple, and very destructive. When we first met, you told me that disguise is always a self-portrait. How true of you: the combination to your safe – your measurements; but this is far more intimate.This is your heart and you should never let it rule your head. You could have chosen any random number and walked out of here today with everything you’ve worked for but you just couldn’t resist it, could you? I’ve always assumed that love is a dangerous disadvantage Thank you for the final proof.
Irene: Everything I said: it’s not real.I was just playing the game.
Sherlock: I know. And this is just losing.
—Sherlock and Irene in A Scandal in Belgravia

Sherlock Holmes has made one enormous mistake which will destroy the lives of everyone he loves and everything he holds dear.” Charles Augustus Magnussen in His Last Vow

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This is your heart and you should never let it rule your head. And Sherlock Holmes has spent almost every moment of this series letting his heart rule his head. Even when it hurts him. Even when it puts everything he’s worked for in jeopardy. It’s what leads to the trap that he finds himself in at the end of The Last Vow, and it is textbook. It’s been the elephant in the room all series long, and it’s not until Magnussen lays it out for Sherlock and John that either of them sees it.

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