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My Johnlock Meta: The Masterpost

wsswatson:

taken from my larger meta masterpost

whytali:

You asshole
fuckyeahwhitecest:

high as a kite
x

sadstagram:

why are you all so attracted to that white man with the questionable hair from the 1975

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benedictcumberbatchsgirlfriend:

ewmartin:

[crashes through your window]

havE YOU SEEN THIS GIF

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fuckyeahwhitecest:

teaching you how to kiss
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a-sherlocked-freemartini:

Martin and his tea

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inferno92:

someone requested for another vamp!lock. so here it is. :3
mechanical pencil on paper. A4
WIP

"Moffat: In the whole 60-story canon, [Arthur Conan Doyle] allows one moment of genuine affection between Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. You always know it’s there … there’s one moment in The Three Garridebs—“You’ve hurt my Watson”—and that’s it. I think arguably (and we would argue quite strongly) that under the surface … the detective stories are merely the surface. It’s the story of the greatest friendship ever.

But because it’s a male friendship, it is simply never talked about. They don’t sit down and say, “Well, I think we’ll become friends now, how do you feel about me?” Never. They never do that.

Gatiss: They don’t need to.

Moffat: No… But I find that the joy in writing this, is writing that friendship.

It’s subtext, but it really is right at the top layer of the subtext. It’s just about these two men and the fact they adore each other."

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Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss

Sherlock DVD Commentary, A Study in Pink (11:45 mark) [x]

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"My work is for the public and my life is for myself"

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Benedict Cumberbatch - Oz Comic Con (via cumberbitchen)

"… for no one else. That’s it. And I understand that people are interested. And as you know, my problem is that I probably overshare a bit too much. So, the media loves playing with that. The media loves to sort of throw things back at me or say that I said things that weren’t said in anything other than jest, as like a statement of fact. And those are weird things. The lack of control or perception and I can’t be in a room and make a joke like I can with nearly a thousand of you and I will be understood as well as I can by you, as I can by one journalist and one editor who goes ‘ah that’s the quote. put that up. and then we have something we can race him on’.(?) And that’s a bit … that just gets boring. But it’s part of a very privileged existence, so I wear it lightly now. I used to go get very cut up (?) about it but I couldn’t care less anymore. … And the amount of cut-and-paste-jobs that are done. You all know it as well. You can spot it. It is very easy to see if someone’s actually been in a room with me or if someone has just gone ‘ah we use that clipping and that clipping and that quote and and ooh he did that - we’ll use that!’ … and they get paid to do that, which is slightly a gruelling thing. […].”

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chaoruko:

You’ll likely recognize this ‘Fargo,’ you betcha!