07.01.17 // firstly, happy 150th Canada Day to all my fellow Canadians!! second of all, summer vacation has officially begun so I’ve been binging The K2 and reviewing some bio to prep for uni c: (ft. my new plant!!)
“When I was younger, I used to be very afraid of doing anything out there with my makeup because I felt like my hair was such a big strong piece, and then I learned from this show, specifically, that you can really use brighter colors to play up your hair, as well. I used to never wear red” - Madelaine Petsch.
“When I saw this book, it made me think of you, my Lady~
~Chat Noir, 2017, right before his face merged with a pun book
found a doodle behind some scrap paper i was about to throw away so might as well post it bc i haven’t posted anything in many nights and days and i feel empty inside apparently it’s Ladynoir July and i didn’T KNOW—-
What really gets me about this scene, is John’s tortured look after Moriarty asks Sherlock whether he thinks the consulting-criminal-thing is brilliant.
He’s checking Sherlock’s face.
“Brilliant” is what John tells Sherlock after his deductions, it’s how John feels about him. And he’s afraid that Sherlock thinks he’s stupid in return. That he’ll call Moriarty brilliant and amazing and everything John secretly wants to hear Sherlock tell HIM. John, with a bomb strapped to his heart, looks up to check if Sherlock thinks Moriarty is brilliant. And Martin Freeman really sells that emotion.