… what haters think. This episode was great and connected all things since the first episode for God’s sake!!! The creators knew what they were doing since the beginning and I am satisfied with their job. However I am not sure if I want more, but if new episodes were made, I would gladly watch them.

PS. Thank you, GREG.

btw the reason lara pulver is credited despite not being physically present is because they still used her voice for the ringtone, actors have copyright for their voice/image so the bbc can’t use the text alert without crediting her because it is her voice when i was designing a radio documentary for my radio course at uni we had to credit every copyrighted sound, no matter how we used it, i learned this the hard way when i lost a tonne of marks for not crediting short news soundbites so eh its not a conspiracy, just copyright :/


moodboard: lara jean song covey

“When someone’s been gone a long time, at first you save up all the things you want to tell them. You try to keep track of everything in your head. But it’s like trying to hold on to a fistful of sand: all the little bits slip out of your hands, and then you’re just clutching air and grit. That’s why you can’t save it all up like that.

Because by the time you finally see each other, you’re catching up only on the big things, because it’s too much bother to tell about the little things. But the little things are what make up life.”


I understand that some of you may be disappointed with this ending, but guys, come on! Do you really need the obviousness everywhere? This ending is brilliant in my opinion, because everybody can interpret it as they wish. To be honest, it is one of my most favourite things about this show, the freedom of choice we are given. I like the relationship between John and Sherlock, but I do not ship it romantically. I think that love has millions of different faces and neither of us, people, should be defined only as “straight” or “gay/lesbian”. We are too complex and too unique for that! I personally do not need any kind of physical expression of love, because I do not think love must be always physical. It is more like a connection between the two personalities.

How much I can relate to Lara Jean Song Covey from Jenny Han’s To All The Boys I’ve Ever Loved Before.

It seems like Jenny Han based the character of Song girls on me and my sisters—Kitty is like my oldest sister and Margot is like my middle sister. They are all Potterhead, just like us.

-Lara Jean’s favorite harry potter book is Prisoner of Azkaban.
-She always wonders about the road not taken.
-She’s a cry baby.
-Never stays mad for long.
-She smells good and people can smell her even when they’re not that even close.
-She’s 5'2.
-Interested in old stuff.
-Always orders the same food in a restaurant.
-Never tells someone she likes that she likes him. She’s contended to like them secretly or from afar.
-Not ready for responsibilities.
-I feel like if she’s my friend, we’re going to have the same crushes.
-She’s innocent
-A rose colored glasses.
-Perhaps in love with the idea of love.
-She likes boys she doesn’t have a shot with.

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I just really wanted to say thank you. That were the best years of my life. I started when i was 10y.o. now i am 16. I fell in love with Benedict when i was 12, i finished it when i was 14, that was something platonic, when other girls have their boyfriends, he was something mystical. I read my first fanfics, i discovered fanfics, and fandoms, and tumblr. I created fanfics, my own stories. Now i am full of fury, denial, loneliness and sadness. I’m fucking angry because i think we deserved a warning, something that we knew we are going to the end. But also i am thankfull. I thank Moffat and Gatiss. I’m sending thanks to you. Thank you for being in sherlock fandom, for creating it, we were family. We are family. Thank You.
Tomb Raider: 30 Day Challenge

Day 23: Favorite voice actress.

I must say that Lara Croft is one of the best voiced videogame characters ever, at least in my humble opinion. I loved every voice of hers from TR I to TRAOD, and I particularly enjoyed Jude Gibbins (TRII and TRIII). Then Jonell Elliott appeared for the first time and I didn’t like her much at first - because Gibbins sounded so mature, sexy and confident and suddenly, in comparison, Elliott sounded far more innocent, casual and delicate. Not much “Croftish”, in my opinion.

But when I heard her in TRAOD - oh, yes. Totally blew my mind. Jonell Elliott is my fav one. Definitely. Forever.

Unlike Lara sounds at TRIV and TR Chronicles, in TRAOD she sounds maturer, scarred, short-fused, passionate, without losing at all her charm and irony. She’s perfect, she’s flawless. Jonell was voicing a reborn, changing character, so that’s why I felt like her record changes from TR4/5 to TRAOD. And it’s that change what I like the most in her voice. Gibbins was awesome, and she will be always the old, classic Lara, but Jonell stole my heart with TRAOD Lara. She’s the best voice for the best Lara.

But, as you probably know, I’m Spanish and a fan since I was 13 years so… the first time I played these games, I did it in this language - except of course, TRI and TRII, which were never dubbed. That’s why I want to remember also the Spanish voice actress for Lara Croft: Charo Soria.

Soria voiced Lara from TR III (first TR to be translated to Spanish) to TRAOD - after which, she was replaced by another actress. So to us Spanish fans she’s always been “the Spanish Lara”, “Lara Croft’s voice”. It felt even worse losing her after TRAOD because she had always been our Lara, and it felt weird to listen another voice from then - unlike it happens with the original voices which were constantly changing, from Blond to Gibbins, to Elliott…

For us, Charo Soria was more than familiar. Maybe she lacks the subtle variations you can find in the original voices - but that’s a thing of the Spanish dubbing, which has the best actor voices of our country but most of the time supresses the original tone of the original voicing. 

Charo’s voice is similar to Jonell, but she lacks Jonell’s inocence and casual intonation. Charo’s more passionate, maturer and temperamental, and over all - she’s fucking sexy. Even if you don’t understand Spanish, I think you’ll agree she did a good work. And I’m not saying that because I’m Spanish. Now I prefer the original English over any other language in the world, but Charo… Charo will be always special to me. And she’s really more than a good voice for Lara.

Yeeeep and you’ll get to enjoy some other voices from the Spanish cast. You’re welcome kids :D