whimsicalethnographies:

sherlock-undercover:

John Watson doesn’t give a fuck about the Chief Superintendent.

(John Watson doesn’t give a fuck series)

This is my favorite John.

Nobody says mean things about HIS person.

becks28nz:

Benedict Gets Measured Up For His WaxBatch


“Finally I can photobomb myself!” joked Cumberbatch. “What a weird and wonderful compliment to be included in the ranks of talent already committed to wax. I’ve been accused of being wooden in my work but never waxy!

- Madame Tussauds

A message from jeffsmithslegs
I only have 1 thing to say about your OTP post though. I think Sherlock is agreeably jealous of John with other women, but I think the same could be said for John. His reactions when Irene or Janine are present are pretty obviously jealous, unsure, and territorial over Sherlock (eg. making sure to force his way into the conversation when Irene is present, asking repetitive questions regarding him and Janine, not to mention his expressions.)

mycroft-silently-judges-you:

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I don’t know what you’re talking about.

FANDOM. IT IS YOUR TIME. The Imitation Game just tweeted this: 

RT if you want a trailer for The Imitation Game! Who knows, with enough support, it might just be released…

Go. RT with every account you have. Spread the word. Let’s get this thing DONE.


The 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant drew distinctions between things that are evidently beautiful because we can see they’re beautiful, and things that are sublime because they demand an intellectual response. In a Cumberbatch-centric universe, the sublime is finally triumphant.

How Funny-Looking Benedict Cumberbatch Conquered Hollywoodby Sophie Gilbert / The Atlantic

The 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant drew distinctions between things that are evidently beautiful because we can see they’re beautiful, and things that are sublime because they demand an intellectual response. In a Cumberbatch-centric universe, the sublime is finally triumphant.

How Funny-Looking Benedict Cumberbatch Conquered Hollywood
by Sophie Gilbert / The Atlantic

clearlycumberbatched:

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