Denisse, 27 years old. Doctor. Cumberbabe, Sherlocked, Johnlocked, writer wanna be.

bennyslegs:

what are they trying to tell us? i just don’t know!!! it’s so difficult! i have 0 ideas about what this could mean!!!!

(via 221bsherlock)

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2 days ago

snarrylock:

cdlafere:

Sherlock : John, look at me. *nudge*
John : Sherlock…What are you doing?
Sherlock : Marry me. *whisper*
John : What?

Sherlock : You heard me perfectly.
John : ….YES.

*breathes into bag*

(via loudest-subtext-in-television)

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6 days ago

dinner-starving:

thescienceofjohnlock:

astudyinrose:

I’m sorry I had to

That’s it John, that bag of thumbs is ending up in your breakfast tomorrow.

Pahaha

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1 week ago

lumos5001:

my-flourish-and-blotts:

nyah86:

What am I even doing?!

The deduction is coming 

you know nothing John Watson

the Moriartys always pay their debts

(via dinner-starving)

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1 week ago

lumos5001:

my-flourish-and-blotts:

nyah86:

What am I even doing?!

The deduction is coming 

you know nothing John Watson

(via dinner-starving)

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1 week ago
roqueofspades asked: Do you ship Johnlock in the ACD canon? Do you think that ACD intended to write them as in love? Because as my thought process goes, there's a pretty good chance that he, as a product of his time, was homophobic, maybe not to the point where he wouldn't befriend a gay man (Wilde) but to the point where he might not intentionally write gay characters. Just a thought.


Answer:

welovethebeekeeper:

wsswatson:

I absolutely ship them in the ACD canon. I think there’s a lot of suggestion that Holmes and Watson were (very implicitly, of course) queer and in love in the canon, for instance:

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was way ahead of his time in many ways and loved flying in the face of convention. He has my faith.

Don’t forget that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was denied his rightful seat in the House of Lords [British Parliament] because he supported homosexuals and openly defended Sir Roger Casement [an ‘invert’] To me this is far more telling than his friendship with Wilde, but sadly one not often cited in defence of the homoeroticisim in Holmes. 

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1 week ago
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