In which Thorin and Bilbo have no concept of personal space (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ ”

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Johnlock AU in which they get married, plus the morning after.

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conures in bird-love (source)

oh my god this is the cutest thing of the day that’s it you won thanks

The Price of a Prince


John is an Omega that must seek work with the royal family. The duties he must fulfill are not at all what he expected.

Comments:  A shorter kind of historical AU where John is this omega who goes to the royal court and Sherlock is there and decides he wants him  

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john literally said the exact same thing when he asked sherlock to be his best man THEY GET AWAY WITH IT BECAUSE THEY TALK ABOUT MARY FIRST AND THEN SLIP IN A LITTLE ‘oh also i love you too’

Sam, Dean & the development of their ‘married couple’ trope


  • Bobby, 2x15:You’re bickering like an old married couple.’
  • Charlie, 8x20:You guys fight like an old married couple.’
  • Gadreel!Dean, 9x01:Sam, listen to me. I made you a promise in that church. You and me, come whatever. Well, hell, if this ain’t whatever…’ ([whispers] aka in sickness and in health)
  • Crowley, 9x17: ‘You’re lying to Sam like he’s your wife.’
  • Dean, 10x03: ‘What’d Sam say? Does he want a divorce?’
  • Bonus: Jared, Comic Con: ‘The brothers made a commitment to each other in the church.’


When speaking about Sherlock Holmes, there are a few things that may immediately come to mind: Deerstalkers, brilliant deductions, moustachioed doctor turned biographer, the canonically inaccurate “Elementary, my dear Watson” and of course, London – the great city that is as much a part of the infamous detective as he is a part of it. Even now decades after his creation, Sherlock Holmes continues to inspire the minds and imaginations of fans all over the world.

The Museum of London has opened the first major Sherlock Holmes exhibit to be seen in London in the last 60 years. It comes at a time when Holmes mania is at an all-time high; thanks in large part to the recent adaptations such as the BBC’s Emmy and BAFTA award winning show Sherlock. For over 125 years the most iconic fictional Londoner has reached millions world wide and continues to draw in new fans year after year.

BSB Sora was given the delightful honour to view the exhibition a day before it opened up to the general public.

Our walkthrough of The Museum of London’s new Sherlock Holmes exhibit here.


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why does sherlock sign his texts

does he even know how phones work

because he’s constantly using other peoples phones

Imagine if DC had the courage to do to Wonder Woman what Marvel did with Thor, by heightening the culture clash between an Amazonian and modern Americans. Imagine how much fun you’d get if she was routinely confused by the casual sexism of our culture! Imagine how much joy it would give audiences if, because she comes from a matriarchal culture, she didn’t know how to behave in traditionally feminine ways, and how much fun it would be to see how that challenges people. Hell, just imagine if she saw every bit of rude sexist behavior as a challenge to fight her, because she doesn’t have the framework to understand that’s just how it is. Instead, we’ll probably get like one or two mildly feminist moments before she recedes into a character that is supposed to be strong but also non-threatening. In real life, a woman who has never known sexism in her life would be totally threatening to nearly everyone. There is no way they are going to have fun with that, though.



bilbo hiding behind gandalf (≧◡≦)

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Andrew Scott, photographed by Bas Bogaerts at the FFG