therachelleb asked: Do you wanna know what kills me? The fact that as Sherlock is shot and going through his mind palace trying to keep control yet slowly dying all he gets from the people in his is mind are comments around how stupid he is and how much he sucks as a person. Not once does he get any encouragement or moment of peace. What a shitty way to go.
his low self-esteem is killing me inside because that means he’s a cock to protect himself and that also quite possibly means someone hurt him and that’s why he locked himself up
besides if you really look into it, series 3 is just people ordering him around (vaguely recalls making this gifset) and then when sherlock’s dying the truth comes to light: despite his act it does get to him, despite pretending he’s a dick he does care and it’s not only that he thinks people he considers friends think of him as an unworthy piece of trash: it’s that he thinks he’s an unworthy piece of trash. his mind palace is nothing else but his mind, his own thoughts. he thinks he’s just a machine to solve crimes (narrow it down, focus, solve it). it’s not just about low self-esteem, this shit is so much worse, because remember john’s voice in his head in teh? it wasn’t just unkind to him. it despised him. john, his best friend, a person who he loves deeply, whom he trusts and about whom he cares most in the world, in his own mind despises him. now imagine other people, the ones that sherlock doesn’t know that well.
and a heart-ripping extra: this happens mostly when john’s not around. in teh it’s when john’s not talking to him, in hlv: when it’s the first time sherlock sees john in a month. sherlock wasn’t exaggerating when he said john keeps him right. he literally does.
to those people who say history isnt cool
the biggest snowball fight in history occurred during the civil war and started out as a friendly brawl between texan and arkansan members of the army of northern virginia and then escalated to include over 9,000 soldiers
if u think that isnt the coolest shit u can fight me
petition for a doctor who episode where the doctor travels back in time to meet arthur conan doyle and accidentally happens to mention how popular sherlock holmes is even 130 years later and poor acd almost breaks down crying
‘Not in the least,’ I answered in astonishment.
‘Ah, that’s lucky,’ he said, and not another word would he utter that night. ― Arthur Conan Doyle, The Valley of Fear (via madnerdwithoutabox)
"no homo" the teenage boy whispers as he pulls away from kissing his friend. he gently strokes the other males face "full bi" he adds in a sensuous tone.