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by homicidalpotato

Sherlock is angry.
The vase on the table balances precariously close to the edge, and Sherlock taps it with his finger and sends it toppling.
He can’t figure out what exactly he can’t figure out and he can’t remember anything but John and opium and nicotine and betrayal, and his thoughts seem to be constricting him within his own mind and he wants to smash his head against the mahogany table to let his thoughts escape.
Perhaps he is going to explode.
His fingers dance over the smooth wood and he doesn’t know why, and all he can see and think and hear is JohnJohnJohnJohnJohn as he taps on the surface and he wants to scream.
But, of course, he doesn’t, he just gazes at discoloured forty-year old male’s spleen and a thirty-six year old female’s left ventricle in two separate jars on the kitchen counter.
He remembers John and his calloused skin and worry and how easy he is to read, and he remembers John sitting in the worn armchairs in the dusty flat and Sherlock wants and wants and wants in a way he hasn’t ever before and he hates how badly he doesn’t want the want to go away.

Words: 3134, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English

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corpse-boy asked:

1, 3 , 5, 9, 69 öuö whenehne

1 - kitchen counter, couch, or on top of the dryer: all, everywhere idgf 

3 - A fictional person that you think would be good in bed: Garnet, Pearl, Nook from animal crossing, Groose from Skyward Sword, Charizard, Master Roshi.

5 - Where is one place you would never have sex: A McDonalds dumpster.

9 - The most awkward moment during a sexual experience: My partner hit my nose ring and I bled all over their face as we made out and we didn’t even know until we turned the light on. 

69 - If you could give yourself head, would you: That would be my new hobby, forget art. 


Simon Pillard and Philippe Rosetti, Parisian design duo known as Munchausen, used over 20,000 LEGO bricks to transform a plain kitchen into an awesome one-of-a-kind Munchausen LEGO Kitchen. It took the designers the better part of a weekend to cover a basic IKEA kitchen island in thousands of colorful LEGO bricks. They also created a matching dining chair with legs made of 500 LEGO pieces.

Now we have a plan for when it’s time to redo the office kitchen here at Geyser of Awesome headquarters.

Photos by Hrvoje Goluza for Maison Française

[via Inhabitat, The Cool Hunter and Dwell]