Anonymous said: John announces that he and Sherlock are together on his blog, and one of the first comments is "so you're gay now?" And Sherlock absolutely tears the commenter to shreds with a three paragraph response about bi-erasure that goes viral within the next 24 hours.
This is my dream in two sentences
It inspired a very nice story, “Not actually gay” by Brunette Bookworm. Link: http://archiveofourown.org/works/2319512
I don’t usually advert other people’s works, but I hope you’ll enjoy it too and forgive me.
Greek Gold Thigh Band, c. Late 4th Century BC
With braided chain of cylindrical section terminating at each end in the head of a woman with melon coiffure and collar of beads and tongues, the clasp in the form of a Herakles Knot with central rosette and ends terminating in lion heads.
coffinholmes said: I love the idea of Sherlock and Sholto connecting after the case/wedding. Like they're both brought in to give statements for Lestrade and afterward Sholto sort of stiltedly asks if Sherlock wants to get a pint, and Sherlock awkwardly agrees, and they end up standing outside a pub smoking and talking around the subject of how much it kills them to be in love with a man they can never have.
I’M SO UPSET
I just realized that in this godforsaken scene:
When Sherlock says “I think it could work”
He’s saying ”I think the name Sherlock Watson could work”
And then John, still laughing, realizes what he just heard and does a sort of puzzled look back up at Sherlock:
And Sherlock just:
And in conclusion, we’re not exactly looking at an aborted declaration of love.
Oh god, this hurts so good. I can’t stop feeling over this (>_<)