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We Built This House (On Memories) // A Phan One-Shot

Genre: slight angst, mostly fluff tho

Words: 1.8k 

Relationship status: together

Warnings: none

Summary: … he’s afraid to….as if it’s someone else’s house. Not his. But it is his house. It just doesn’t feel like it yet. / AKA an obligatory Dan and Phil moving fic

A/N: I wrote this in literally twenty minutes, so it’s v bad, but I felt like it was my duty as a phanfic writer that I do this, so…yeah.

Title comes from “House of Memories” by P!ATD (I know it’s overused for titles, but I just couldn’t help myself)

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Things We Left Behind

Summary: It wasn’t that you expected to live with him forever; you simply forgot that ‘not forever’ meant ‘someday it will end.’

Genre: angst/smut (but with a happy ending)

Rating: mature

Word count: 8.2k

Warnings: light smut, swearing

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All in all, the whole thing is a lot less dramatic than you expected.

Years ago, when your friendship with Phil was relatively new and you still relied on each other to maintain your rapidly growing audience, you spent more time than you should have imagining everything going up in flames. There was still the matter of your crush and possibly his, the pull towards each other lying dormant in your chests and waiting to blow up in your faces with every awkward glance and poorly-timed comment by a stranger on the internet. And even if you could ignore that like you planned, there was no guarantee that your friendship would withstand becoming flatmates.

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The Sign of Three Review by Claudia Boleyn

For once, I find myself in the very rare position of writing an almost entirely positive review. It’s a gorgeous feeling, and one I hope continues into next week as we hit the climax of Sherlock Series Three.

The Sign of Three was funny, it was smart, it was emotional, it was tense in places, it was sensitive, it was well paced, well directed, and phenomenally acted. For me, it blew The Empty Hearse out of the water, and joins my list of favourite Sherlock episodes ever.

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