Did I go through a phase where I just wanted to cry because of the existence of John and Sherlock? I’m sure I must have.
Beginning to suspect I multi-ship in MCU out of self-defense so I don’t die of feels over these two stupid frozen nonagenarians.
Steve/Sam: fluff, banter, hotness, squee!
Sam/Natasha: banter, hotness
Natasha/Steve: banter, EPIC fwb sex, hotness
Anybody else/Anybody else: banter, fluff, hotness, squee!
Steve/Bucky: PAIN ALL THE PAIN EVER, ANGST, FEELS
I gotta find my way to Steve/Bucky fluff and hotness soon or I’m going to die.
have you read this
i figure you’re probably not into pre-serum Steve or else there would be WAY WAY MORE LINKS RIGHT HERE
AHAHAHA. Did you not read the fic I just posted that was basically mostly pre-serum Steve? :)
I will be checking out these links. I think I’m mostly just still in the stupid tragic idiots phase of things and will eventually work my way around to being able to imagine them happy.
cackles all the way to ao3
I like how all these years later, suddenly I’m in the middle of the Marvel fandom again. :D
Things come around.
Something I’ve realized about S3: If you look at it as a trilogy, a pair of bookends framing a central thought, at the very center of that thought you get… this.
This scene is not quite, but very nearly, at the midpoint of ASoT. Everything builds to this, then falls away from it. It’s like the beating heart of the story. And here at the center of this episode, together in 221B, is this lovely, purely happy moment with John and Sherlock in their chairs.
You know, I had sort of noticed that too. But you found the words.
there is literally no difference between academic scholars discussing their interpretations of a text and a bunch of people yelling YOUR HEADCANON IS WRONG at each other
As a Masters student I can vouch for this.The difference is citations.
The tags are our footnotes and our commentary, as well as
random sasspeer review.
Anonymous asked: Have you seen Fargo? What did you think?
I have! Well, I saw the first episode. Need to watch the second.
I saw the movie many years ago and was shocked and impressed. It has always stuck with me. So I am really thrilled to see that this version seems to be living up to the original.
I think that some people will probably discover that they don’t like it. There’s a lot about Fargo that is really pretty grim and gruesome, and funny mostly because it’s too pathetic to be horror. Martin Freeman is great (though it’s still surreal to hear that accent coming out of his mouth), but his character really isn’t somebody you’re meant to like.
In the original, it was Marge who made it all okay, in so many ways. She was our hero and our bedrock and a warm reminder that the sun will shine and spring will come again. When you watched the movie, you kept feeling like the weight of the world was on her little shoulders, afraid that she she would stumble—but she never even seemed to notice.
In this version, that will be Molly. She’s going to be amazing. You can see it already.
OMG IT TURNS OUT
IN ONE UNIVERSE
SHERLOCK’S MUM SMOKED WHILE SHE WAS PREGNANT.
AND HE GREW UP SHORT.
AND BECAME MORIARTY.
AND THEN HE TRAVELED THROUGH UNIVERSES.
TERRORIZING SHERLOCKS SO HE COULD COLLECT JOHNS.
And he calls his first John ‘Sebastian’ so he can keep him straight from all the others!
are y’all even still in sherlock fandom
…i ask with a queue that’s 50% not sherlock
Ahahaha, I know. I think a bunch of us just decided to take a breather at the same time. ^_^
I haven’t posted meta lately because I feel like people would be justified in screaming, “JUST GIVE IT A REST FOR GOD’S SAKE.” Besides, a lot of the apparent stuff has now been said about 1500 times, and the other stuff that’s on the tip of my tongue is just kind of cranky, and there’s enough of that already.