Twenty-something. Love BBC Sherlock, Doctor Who, longtime fan of Supernatural. (Less so over the last few years, unfortunately.) And Edinburgh. There will be pictures of Edinburgh, I'm sure of it. But... yeah, I like stuff. Funny stuff and pretty things are my favorite. :)


I remember when we filmed that scene too, and he came in, and this was the first time I worked with him, and he went into this voice and this shpeel, and after the first take, I turned to our camera department and I just went, '…What is he doing?' I was like '…did he audition?'(x)

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Seriously guys watch this. My stomach actually hurts from laughing so hard.

My mother came running out of her office because she thought I was dying or having a breakdown or something.  I was just laughing so hard it was completely indistinguishable from a breakdown.


The first picture of Undershaw when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle lived there - where he wrote Hound of The Baskervilles, and where he brought Sherlock Holmes back to life. Without Undershaw there would be no Sherlock Holmes phenomenon.

This is how Undershaw looks today - almost destroyed by property developers who wanted to chop it up and turn it into flats. The house has been saved for now in the high court - but the clock is ticking.

There is a growing band of Sherlock Holmes fans determined to save the house, restore it and turn it into a heritage centre for fans. They need your help. At the moment, what we need is to grow the Facebook group numbers - it takes just a few seconds to like the page:

The Undershaw Preservation Trust

So please like the page, comment, and above all reblog and join some big names (Mark Gatiss from BBC Sherlock, actor Stephen Fry) in the fight to Save Undershaw…….



Ran Ortner - Swell, 2006 - oil on canvas


Don’t fuck with my head.

*repeats for herself Yes it is you can go on with your life now of course it’s 3D nobody could DO that it’s impossible they are lying pati don’t worry*

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Imagine if the 140 million people working in the US put in six percent fewer hours every year, taking this time as vacation, family leave, or just shorter work-weeks. In principle, this would increase the demand for workers by roughly six percent, creating more than eight million new jobs. This would absorb most of the country’s unemployed.

Leisure or unemployment? It’s a political question: The US is the only wealthy country in the world where workers are not guaranteed paid leave. by Dean Baker for Al Jazeera  (via aljazeera)

I am not the first person you loved.
You are not the first person I looked at
with a mouthful of forevers. We
have both known loss like the sharp edges
of a knife. We have both lived with lips
more scar tissue than skin. Our love came
unannounced in the middle of the night.
Our love came when we’d given up
on asking love to come. I think
that has to be part
of its miracle.

This is how we heal.
I will kiss you like forgiveness. You
will hold me like I’m hope. Our arms
will bandage and we will press promises
between us like flowers in a book.
I will write sonnets to the salt of sweat
on your skin. I will write novels to the scar
of your nose. I will write a dictionary
of all the words I have used trying
to describe the way it feels to have finally,
finally found you.

And I will not be afraid
of your scars.

I know sometimes
it’s still hard to let me see you
in all your cracked perfection,
but please know:
whether it’s the days you burn
more brilliant than the sun
or the nights you collapse into my lap
your body broken into a thousand questions,
you are the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.
I will love you when you are a still day.
I will love you when you are a hurricane.

Clementine von Radics, Mouthful of Forevers (via waydowntown)