graphic: sherlock

His hands slid up the thighs on either side of him, and Sherlock made another awful noise when John tugged his shirt out of his trousers and ran his lips over bare skin.
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Commissioned by mildredandbobbin as a surprise present for her friend Tsylvestris, to thank for her friendship, support and platinum level beta reading! :)

Based on her story “The Thing Is” , which you all can read here: http://archiveofourown.org/works/499959/chapters/877019

anonymous asked:

It bugs the crap out of me that the Casablanca-ish plane scene in HLV was supposed to be two men who truly believed they'd never see each other again. Especially those two men. One or both of them MUST know that it isn't forever (my money's on John if not both), and my real gut feeling is that Janine is the one who brought Moriarty back (I'm not one that believes he's still alive, although I HOPE I'm wrong). Anyway, what do you think? Doesn't it seem unemotional on John's part at least?

Nope! I’ve written lots of metas on the tarmac scene (all linked on my meta page), and I’ve written a crack theory in which John IS responsible for Jim’s return. However, if that’s not the case, Sherlock and John’s actions and apparent emotional state on the tarmac is still spot on. I know many people feel John is unemotional, uncaring. I couldn’t disagree more. Here’s what I think it boils down to:

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Sherlock + height difference

imagine Dean and Sherlock are fighting. Like screaming at each other over this case/hunt
And John and Sam and Cas have no idea what the hell to do and they’re all trying to make them shut up because it’s ridiculous
So John just screams, “SHUT IT. THAT’S AN ORDER!”
in his captain voice
And Sherlock and Dean both shut it almost instantly
Sherlock because of his military kink
And Dean because he’s spent his entire childhood being ordered and hit by his father enjoy the feels