1. "I will solve your murder, but it takes John Watson to save your life. He’s saved mine so many times, and in so many ways.”

    Sherlock Holmes.

    (Source: a-detective-and-his-blogger)

     
  2. itriedthatonceitwasabadmove:

    VICIOUS AND VULGAR
    Performed at Broadway Performance Hall, October 12th, 2013

    In V&V, playwrights Scott and Luhrs re-imagine the author Arthur Conan Doyle and wonder aloud: what would he think of all of the fan fiction, cosplaying, and conventions happening in today’s world? A grumpy and abrasive re-animation, Doyle manifests Holmes and Watson in modern, female forms in attempts to prove to his audience that they have wasted their time. This play explores characters, themes, and relationships in Doyle’s classics― all with a contemporary twist (with the help of Granada Holmes and a certain mouse detective, of course).

    Creators Alison and Sammy will be doing a livechat tomorrow (4/5/14) at 1PM EST to answer questions about this piece. Send questions to theshescott, itriedthatonceitwasabadmove, or tag your questions #vicious and vulgar

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  3. whoreofwar:

    briannacherrygarcia:

    popculturebrain:

    Set Photos: ‘Jurassic World' | EW

    OMG IT’S hAPPeNing!!

    Hehe, hats twenty minutes u the rad from me.

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  4. i-like-butt:

    "your homework still isn’t done? what have you been doing this whole time??"

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  5. (Source: softsubs, via frostbackcat)

     
  6. Sherlock

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  8. beepony:

    Avengers Assemble #11

    i love how stark doesnt even question it he just starts unbuttoning his pants

    (Source: buckybarrnes, via msaether)

     

  9. ruinscape:

    french weed joke:

    80

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  10. martinfreeman:

    isn’t it weird how many slash tropes there are that we all know and recognize as tropes but if somebody unfamiliar with slash were to read them it would be a completely fresh and new narrative? or even just by doing common straight romance tropes with queer people it sort of renews it and makes…