from the pinkbabybatch collection
the camera went off by itself i am not a model
I wrote my James Sholto/John Watson feels thing.
Fandom: Sherlock (TV)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: James Sholto/John Watson
Characters: John Watson, James Sholto (Sherlock)
Additional Tags: Angst, Internalised ableism
He can’t lie in sweat soaked sheets and flirt about nothing and lick salty, sun-kissed skin. Not with John Watson, who deserves so very much more, who expects so very much more than what James could ever possibly offer again.
|—||Wonder Woman (#25, December ‘08)|
EVERYONE I FOLLOW ARE CUTIES AND EVERYONE WHO FOLLOWS ME ARE CUTIES WOW IF UR READING THIS UR A CUTIE WOWOWOW CUTIES
Isn’t that just the best?
Oh, Sherlock. In the end, are you really so obvious?
But that’s actually why I agree with your sister on this one. Sherlock’s pain is written all over his face. It hurts just watching the scene, seeing him so upset. Imagine how much more potent that’d be in person. Sherlock’s not fooling anybody that he’s having a great time. He almost looks like he’s tearing up in the second picture. And what’s Mary’s reaction?
Even if I don’t particularly like someone, seeing somebody that sad makes me really uncomfortable. Generally, sadness is an emotion that spreads. I wouldn’t expect Mary to be tearing up with him, but most people would be a little uneasy and would either try to cheer Sherlock up or get out of there—being around that kind of misery isn’t something most people enjoy. But Mary’s positively thrilled at his reaction. And as for the lines? Sholto’s pretty solitary, yes. But being solitary and being antisocial in the way Sherlock sees himself are two very different things. Sholto’s been forced into hiding by people sending him death threats. But I get the sense that this isolation isn’t something he enjoys at all. He seems terribly lonely, and I expect that he wouldn’t be nearly so removed if he felt safe in the wider world. Sherlock, on the other hand, generally likes to be alone, likes quiet—except for when he’s with John. Mary specifically frames her words to set up the strongest comparison possible. She specifically leads Sherlock, who’s never met Sholto and who’s never heard much about him from John, to believe that they’re as similar as she can. What motivation would she have for doing that? She can read him very well and surely knows that that’s making him more miserable. But she seems to enjoy that pain quite a bit.
|—||Edvard Munch (via caulifl0wer)|
Jeremy Brett as Hamlet
#he is beautiful - accurate tag is accurate <3
But she wasn’t supposed to be like that. Why is she like that?