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Your McHanzo stuff and art style are so sweet ʕ•̤́ᴥ•̤̀ ʔ I now feel ready for Monday thanks to your super soft doodles!

hey!!!! thank you so much youre so sweet???? i!! hope this makes you feel ready for tuesday as well ( • ̀ω•́ )ᕤ✧

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rosalindfranklins replied to your post “self care”

1 and 5 are highly relatable to me also and im going unfortunately be reminded of 3 whenever i want to make myself a nice cup of honey tea from now on

i told priya that im turned on by honey once and i regret it because they occasionally tag me in stimmy honey videos like. to taunt me. djfklasjdf;dksfja

Sherlock Holmes and Victorian Homosexuality

[This is the final post in my series on Strangers: Homosexual Love in the Nineteenth Century by Graham Robb. Previous posts can be found here.]

Dearest friends. Dear sweet ones. Dear softest lambs. Prepare yourselves.

Originally posted by sherlockspeare

Robb’s last chapter is on literature and literary references to homosexuality.

And he chooses to talk – at length – about Sherlock Holmes and John Watson.

He writes:

The following observations are not a sly attempt to ensnare the great detective in the elastic web of gay revisionism. Everyone already knows, instinctively, that Holmes is homosexual.

Well then.

If there is one post you read from this series, it should be this one.

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not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all

Summary: The proposition is simple: fake-date the single scariest human being on the planet so Todoroki Shouto can go out with his brother. The thing is, with Bakugou, Kirishima thinks he may have signed up for more than he’d bargained for. (A 10 Things I Hate About You AU.)

For the absolutely lovely anon who sent in this prompt, and also for @yasbeych because I miss ya babe.

Kirishima’s been approached about a lot of weird things in his day.

There was, for example, the incident where he ran messages between Denki and Jirou for weeks until they finally realized that the Game Boy was just out of batteries, not broken. There was the Catastrophe, as his classmates liked to refer to it as, involving Mineta, some Sharpie markers, and the upstairs girls’ bathroom. There was that time last year that he helped Sero bury thirty pounds of Gushers underneath the compost pile.

Kirishima’s used to weirdness. At this point, he sort of expects it, to be honest.

What he does not expect is for the words, “I need you to ask Bakugou Katsuki out on a date,” to come out of Todoroki Shouto’s mouth.

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