Okay fine, I'll put in a blurb. I'm Mormon. I'm 30. I'm a cosplayer, because I apparently feel the need to spend my money faster. I like Harry Potter, particularly Luna Lovegood or anything Hufflepuff. I like Doctor Who, and particularly love Rory Williams. I like Sherlock, and my favorite character is Molly Hooper. Other favorites are Wonderfalls, Gargoyles and Avatar: The Last Airbender. I'll reblog nearly anything with Louise Brealey, Arthur Darvill, Missy Higgins or Caroline Dhavernas in it. I tried really hard not to ship Sherlolly but Series 3 broke me and now I can't stop myself. Hello! Nice to meet you.
Christ—can you imagine their kitchen? John’s like… fuck no. I will meet you at Angelo’s.
Molly is full complicit in everything Sherlock does. Where did he get that head? Where did Molly think he was going to keep it? She knew. Oh yeah, she knew.
Nothing will ever convince me these two don’t eat goopy food while Molly describes every detail of her post-mortems and Sherlock’s all “TELL ME MORE.”
Meanwhile, John is simultaneously goggling at them and gagging and Mary is “I killed a man with a fork and this is turning my stomach.”
Favorite Molly Things Season 33/5 Mind Palace Appearance
I just love this scene, and not just because she features heavily in his mind palace. This scene says a lot about how Sherlock views these people, how, based on his instincts, he expects them to react like when he is injured and in need of help. And Molly isn’t defined by her feelings for him, he sees her as someone professional. You don’t see her worry about Sherlock, you don’t see her frightened, you only see a moment of her typical quirkiness at the beginning (‘It’s not like it is in the movies.’). And he doesn’t just see her as someone clever (which we could already notice in TEH when he invites her to solve cases). She was perhaps the one who helped him the most in guiding his thought process - apart from Mycroft, but he seemed less willing to help, he still tries to teach Sherlock and makes fun of him when he gets it wrong. (This isn’t necessarily what Mycroft is like, but it is what Sherlock expects from him. No great show of emotions, just patronising logic.) Molly is the first one to come to his aid, and that shows an extraordinary amount of trust. She can and has helped him in the past ('What do you need?' 'You.'), she can concentrate in tight situations, which is vital to him at that moment ('Focus!'), she is perceptive and asks the right questions ('You look sad when you think he can't see you.' / 'So come on, what's going to kill you?') and she is one of those very, very few people who can make him listen ('You always say such horrible things…' / 'Sorry your engagement's over (…)' 'Stop it. Just stop it.' / 'I said… focus.')
how am I gonna be an astronaut about this
how am I gonna be an ocelot about this
how am I gonna be an apricot about this
how am I gonna be an asterisk about this
how am I gonna be an acrobat about this
how am I gonna be a basilisk about this
"I didn’t like Martha because she was whiny and annoying"
I’m pretty sure you’re talking about the Doctor in that season
Like everyone always talks about how amazing Rise of the Guardians’ animation was but I think we need to all take a step back and look at the work of art that TinTin was like
look at this detail i cant even
When I first saw a trailer on TV I thought it was live action until I saw it again and I was like “wait is it live action”
it’s also a genuinely fun and good movie!