There’s a beauty in it and also a danger.
“There’s moments like when Beverly Katz comes to visit him (Will) in the institution, and he thinks she’s actually there as his friend, and then there’s that little heartbreaking moment where he realizes that she’s just there to use him to help solve a case, and you see the loneliness for the first time and the disappointment, and it’s so effective. That was one of the standout nuances that Hugh really impressed me with.” — Bryan Fuller [x]
my dream is to model for math textbooks
Plot twist: Janine dies at the age of 60, after a long bout with cancer. In her will, she leaves the cottage in Sussex to Sherlock and John, jointly, but with the caveat that they could only accept it if they both lived there.
"I know what kind…
How convenient that JK Rowling made Tom Marvolo Riddle equal I Am Lord Voldemort when it’s obviously supposed to be Mr. Tom, A Dildo Lover.
nudists don’t have pockets
"He stands above this world. And doesn’t interfere in the affairs of its inhabitants. He is not your salvation nor your protector."
Does anyone else lie in bed at 2:30am filled with the crippling fear that they’re never going to accomplish anything in life and fail miserably or is that just me
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i hate when babies cry like grow the fuck up and pay taxes
my friends do this cute thing where they ignore me until they need something, aw love them so much
I am the doctor and I am afraid