a study in cumberbatch

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Sherlock's and John's walkaway where it looks like

- just below the screen - John takes his hand from his pocket 

and reaches across to take Sherlock's hand [Requested by callie-ariane]
By: thejennire 
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  • SHERLOCK: Romantic entanglement, while fulfilling for other people ...
  • JOHN (interrupting): ... would complete you as a human being.
  • SHERLOCK: That doesn’t even mean anything.
  • -
  • Well, that makes sense to me. John literally COMPLETES Sherlock's sentence and these are the exact words "Romantic entanglement would complete you as a human being."
  • They. Complete. Each. Other.
  • I hate this show so fucking much.
  • John: do you have a girlfriend?
  • Sherlock: girlfriend, no. Not really my area.
  • *rainbow lights cover the screen*
  • John: alright. Do you have a boyfriend? Which is fine by the way.
  • *double rainbow appears at night inside the restaurant*
  • Sherlock: I know it's fine.
  • *rainbow flag drops behind sherlock*
  • John: *smiling a LOT* so you've got a boyfriend then?
  • *angelo pushes their heads together and screams "now... KISS"*
  • Sherlock: no
  • *angelo throws rainbow glitter at them*
  • John: right ok. You're not attached. Just like me. *that famous lip lick*
  • *mike stamford bursts in dressed as cupid*
  • Sherlock: john, while I'm flattered by your interest I consider myself to be married to my work-
  • John: no, no
  • *mrs hudson walks in with a rainbow elephant yelling "yes, YES"*
  • John: I'm just saying, it's all fine.
  • *irene walks in and spray paints "its all fine" in pink, purple, and blue paint.*
  • Sherlock: *confused face*
  • Irene: *face palms*
  • Mike: *screams and cries*
  • Mrs hudson: *hits head against the wall*
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When life gets too strange, too impossible, too frightening, there is always one last hope. When all else fails, there are two men sitting, arguing in a scruffy flat, like they’ve always been there and they always will. The best and wisest men I have ever known, my Baker Street boys, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.
—Mary Watson