26 6 / 2012

appliedmethodology:

missrincewind:

Procrastination ftw!

Oh my god. Mycroft, baby.

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14 2 / 2012

the-whole-street:

This shall be my life motto from now on.

the-whole-street:

This shall be my life motto from now on.

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07 2 / 2012

stepharooni:

OH GOD, THIS IS GORGEOUS.

stepharooni:

OH GOD, THIS IS GORGEOUS.

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07 2 / 2012

bakerstreetbabes:

And there’s a full(er) set…

New promo pictures!

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28 1 / 2012

leandralocke:

bbcsherlockftw:

Twiddle is gonna be my new favourite word ^^ 

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25 1 / 2012

roguefashion:

Sherlock - It’s an absolutely brilliant BBC series based on a “modern” Sherlock Holmes.

The outfits and fashion styles they have been using in that show are just stellar. One piece in particular that caught my eye, was “Dr. John Watson’s” jacket.

Military inspired, yet plain and simple, with a few extra touches that I really love, such as the shoulder patch, and the elbow patches. I needed this jacket. But who makes it? They certainly don’t specify in the show credits.

Some time and about 100 different Google search strings later - I found it.

Haversack - Black Cotton Shooting Jacket

Originally an astonishing 725GBP, now down to a ‘paltry’ 218GBP - this gem could be mine. For that sum of money I can be running around yelling “Sherlock!” in an annoyed tone.

Well, 218GBP is about $350 Canadian bucks. (Plus shipping, duty, etc.) - my dreams of owning this jacket have been shattered. But hey, it’s nice to know who makes it, it’s construction, and if I didn’t feel like paying my phone bill, gassing up my car, and eating for a week or so… it could be mine. (It’s also sold out too, so there’s that)

I’ll just admire it from my end of the computer screen instead.

-RF

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25 1 / 2012

25 1 / 2012

sherlock-theories:

finalproblem:

Hey, Sherlockians—want to play a game? A slightly nutty and obsessive but who are we kidding, that’s what we’re here for game?

Reichenbach A to Z

It’s been a week since The Reichenbach Fall aired. Fans have nearly wrung the episode dry looking for clues and hints about how Sherlock survived. There are a billion theory fragments out there, but they still need to be put together.

Are you brave enough to try? If so, let’s hear your complete theory of what happened from the beginning to the end of Sherlock’s plan to cheat death.

THE RULES:

  1. Make it as complete as you can. Try not to cheat and leave big gaps in the theory. Even if it means filling holes with things like Sherlock sliding down the neck of a feral giraffe.
  2. The point isn’t to be right, but rather to just be fearless and go for it. So don’t be wishy-washy. Instead of saying “and then this happened, or maybe this, or possibly that” just choose your favorite alternative and act like it’s the definitive truth.
  3. You can write your theory, draw it, use screenshots, act it out with puppets… anything that makes you happy.
  4. Tag your theory post with #REICHENBACH A TO Z so the rest of us can find it.

———

If I am going to ask people to do silly things, naturally I know I must be willing to go first. So you’ll find my best attempt at replicating my current Reichenbach headcanon in the photoset above. Some of the points are based on what I think is solid logic. Others are probably more about what I wish was true. And I expect even in a best-case scenario there’s quite a lot wrong or missing, because that’s just how these things go. But I did my best to follow my own rule and treat every point of the theory as if it were definitely correct.

Some of my ideas are… non-standard… so here’s a reference list of other posts and reblogs from my Tumblr which explain some of the sub-theories more fully:

So that’s what I think happened. For now. Until somebody else plays the game and convinces me otherwise.

Or if nobody else wants to play, I’ll just stand over here feeling awkward wrong brave.

I know I already reblogged this once, but it didn’t have the glorious Reichenbach A to Z plan at the bottom! So if you already saw finalproblem’s excellent photoset, read the above and make your own!

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24 1 / 2012

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23 1 / 2012

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