(Source: scottfartsmell)

(Source: trotskys)

(Source: always---summer)

Sherlock, you son of a bitch.

(Source: lecterings)

Parallells

Parallells

Trust me, I’m the…. Sherlock?

Trust me, I’m the…. Sherlock?

(Source: fairestcharming)

mrshudson-tookmytardis:

itsacrimescene:


“Seriously, enough with the flirting, get a room.”

(see the other ones here and here)

WHOLOCK IS FOREVER THE BEST FANDOM.

mrshudson-tookmytardis:

itsacrimescene:

“Seriously, enough with the flirting, get a room.”

(see the other ones here and here)

WHOLOCK IS FOREVER THE BEST FANDOM.

sherlockseesthrougheverything:

His expression is just brilliant!!

sherlockseesthrougheverything:

His expression is just brilliant!!

Benedict Cumberlion

Benedict Cumberlion

moviescreencaps:

This was a Skills and proficiencies of John Watson post

moviescreencaps:




This was a Skills and proficiencies of John Watson post

stillnot-ginger:

Doctor: Professor John Smith, University of London, here to check on the hospital’s research, don’t mind me, pretend I’m not even here.Sherlock: Professor? Hmm. Tweed suit, suspenders, cheap loafers and a bow tie; I’d almost believe you except for one thing; that paper is blank.Doctor: Is it? Hmm, would you look at that. Well it looks like you’re very clever, Mister Holmes, and that makes things much much harder.Sherlock: And why is that?Doctor: Well, un-clever people are very useful; they’re eager to help and don’t ask many questions, but clever people are very uncooperative and always think they’re right. It’s very annoying, and quite a hindrance when you’re in a hurry. I should know.

stillnot-ginger:

Doctor: Professor John Smith, University of London, here to check on the hospital’s research, don’t mind me, pretend I’m not even here.
Sherlock: Professor? Hmm. Tweed suit, suspenders, cheap loafers and a bow tie; I’d almost believe you except for one thing; that paper is blank.
Doctor: Is it? Hmm, would you look at that. Well it looks like you’re very clever, Mister Holmes, and that makes things much much harder.
Sherlock: And why is that?
Doctor: Well, un-clever people are very useful; they’re eager to help and don’t ask many questions, but clever people are very uncooperative and always think they’re right. It’s very annoying, and quite a hindrance when you’re in a hurry. I should know.

(Source: batcows)