make me choose: mycroft holmes or dr. john watson? asked by dcwney

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azura-skye:

Oh my gods… who’s afraid of the big bad wolf… <3

azura-skye:

Oh my gods… who’s afraid of the big bad wolf… <3

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john watson being badass (requested by sextective)

Seriously…this is what I wanted the show to be.

No Mary as a villain. Just the cool wife who totally loves that John and Sherlock go off to stop the bad guys (and maybe sometimes helps), and John and Sherlock having their adventures. Why is that so complicated

(Source: mycroftly)

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ten-and-donna:

masukunda:

devourthegalaxy:

sayingnotostatusquo:

alwayscastle17:

dauntless-nerdfighter:

THIS IS BRILLIANT ON SO MANY LEVELS

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL

Excuse me, I think you’re forgetting a few people

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And last but not least…

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OH. MY. GOD.

IT GOT BETTER

No wonder Clara and Donna are my favorites

(Source: 10doctorxrosetyler)

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Once and for all…

clementive:

fripperiesandfobs:

I seldom browse era tags on tumblr because I get a very great desire to reblog every mislabeled post and scream at the OP. But that would be overly aggressive, and if I’m going to be aggressive, I’d rather be passive-aggressive. Anyway, hopefully if I tag this with every conceivable era people might see it and learn something. Cause knowledge is power! Or, being a dumbass is bad. Whichever you prefer.

1.) Medieval / Middle Ages - social/political/economic/cultural era; generally between the 5th and 15th centuries

2.) Renaissance - social/political/economic/cultural era; generally between the 14th and the 16th centuries

3.) Tudor - of or relating to the reigns of Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Mary I of England, 1485-1558

4.) Elizabethan - of or relating to the reign of Elizabeth I of England, 1558-1603

5.) Jacobean - of or relating to the reign of James I/VI of England and Scotland, 1603-25

6.) Stuart - of or relating to the reigns of the Stuart monarchs in England/United Kingdom, 1603-1714

7.) Baroque - social/cultural era; ca. 1600-1700

8.) Colonial - of or relating to the period of European rule over the American colonies, 1607-1776

9.) Caroline - of or relating to the reign of Charles of I of England and Scotland, 1625-42

10.) Louis Quatorze - of or relating to the reign of Louis XIV of France, 1643-1715

11.) Commonwealth (Interregnum) - of or relating to the rule of Oliver Cromwell over the Commonwealth of England, 1649-60

12.) Restoration - of or relating to the restoration of the British monarchy and the reign of Charles II, 1660-85

13.) Georgian - of or relating to the reigns of George I, George II, George III, George IV, and William IV of the United Kingdom, 1714-1837

14.) Rococo - social/cultural era; ca. 1715-60

15.) Louis Quinze - of or relating to the reign of Louis XV of France, 1715-74

16.) Louis Seize - of or relating to the reign of Louis XVI of France, 1774-92

17.) Federal - American cultural era; ca. 1780-1830

18.) Antebellum - American political/social/economic/cultural era; 1789-1861

19.) Directoire - of or relating to the Directoire in France, 1795-99

20.) Consulate - of or relating to the Consulate in France, 1800-04

21.) Empire - of or relating to the First French Empire, 1804-15

22.) Regency - of or relating to the British Regency, 1811-20

23.) Biedermeier - Central European social/cultural era; 1815-48

24.) Romantic - cultural era; ca. 1825-40

25.) Victorian - of or relating to the reign of Victoria of the United Kingdom, 1837-1901

26.) Second Empire - of or relating to the Second French Empire, 1852-70

27.) Civil War - of or relating to the American Civil War, 1861-65

28.) Gilded Age - American social/political/economic/cultural era; ca. 1868-1900

29.) Belle Epoque - European social/cultural era; late 19th century to 1914

30.) Edwardian - of or relating to the reign of Edward VII of the United Kingdom, 1901-10, although it is usually extended to 1914

 Kapeesh?

*Capisce? I’m sorry, I just can’t help myself. Still a great timeline though.

I actually really needed this, thank you

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diabolicalcubussisters:

well then WHAT is the point

diabolicalcubussisters:

well then WHAT is the point

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gleeson666:

do you ever get into one of those situations where you’re like “I need to stop hating this particular person it’s not going to get me anywhere I’m just going to grow up and move on with my life” but then they do the tiniest thing to piss you off and then you’re like “nope fuck you right off I want to throw you off a bridge”

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