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What Sherlock would do if he lost his coat

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Originally posted by willsravenstag


  • If Sherlock lost his coat he wouldn’t be able to believe it at first. He wouldn’t be able to believe that he’d have this gap in his memory where he couldn’t remember where he’d left it.
  • So of course he’d blame everyone and anyone else.
    “Where did you put it?”
    “I didn’t put it anywhere Sherlock, I keep telling you I’m not your housekeeper I don’t clean up for you.”

  • He’d retrace his steps for the day. 
  • There would be many many hours spent where Sherlock just played his violin, thinking.
  • Mrs Hudson would tell him to buy another one but before she’d even finished her sentence Sherlock would cut her off with a ‘no’.
  • Sherlock would make John look. 
  • He would even call Lestrade to send out a search or he’s never helping them again.
  • Mycroft would get involved because he’d be confused by Sherlock’s actions.
  • It would be a stressful time for everyone.
  • Especially Sherlock.
  • Molly would buy him a new coat and Sherlock would snap at her that “it’s not the same”, but then later he’d feel bad and try to wear it but no it’s really not the same.
  • He would feel really uncomfortable without his coat.
  • He would call the police department to come over for a drugs bust in the hope they find it.
  • They won’t.
  • Sherlock would even refuse to go outside until he found it. This would make a lot of people look.
  • It would be Molly who eventually found it, in the freezer in the morgue, draped over a dead body.
  • No one would know how it got there.
  • John would literally have to wrestle it off Sherlock because, “That’s been on a dead person you can’t just wear it Sherlock, you need to wash it!”

Masterlist

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Ginevra Molly Potter (née Weasley) (b. 11 August, 1981) was a pure-blood witch, the youngest of Arthur and Molly Weasley's seven children, and the first female to be born into the Weasley line for several generations. She attended the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1992 to 1999 and was sorted into the Gryffindor House.

Happy Birthday, Ginny! (08/11)

A Tribute to Philip Anderson: The First Official Sherlollian

After watching the I LOVE YOU SCENE,

Me:

Sherlollians Worldwide:

Me: *calls Anderson* Where the heck are you?

Anderson: You know where to find me.

Me: *runs off in the direction of the pub*

Me: *kicks the door*

Anderson: *looks at me sadly* So how was the last episode?

Me: YOU F!#$%&*G MORON! SHERLOCK SAID I LOVE YOU TO MOLLY. THREE TIMES. YOU HEAR ME! THREE F!#$%&*G TIMES!!!

Anderson:

Anderson: *runs off*

Me:

Anderson: *bursts into his apartment*

Anderson after watching the I LOVE YOU scene on Sunday:

On Monday: *inside the police department*

On Tuesday:

On Wednesday:

Today:

Till Time Immemorial:

*after seeing him like this day in and out*

Reaction of people around him,

Mycroft: *from his camera*

Sherlock: *from 221-B, Baker Street*

Molly: *from 221-B, Baker Street*

John: *from 221-B, Baker Street*

Lestrade: *from the police station*

Charlie was built like the twins, shorter and stockier than Ron or Percy, who were both long and lanky.
— 

Goblet of Fire, Ch. 5

There seems to be two versions of Weasley male: Tall and lanky (Bill, Percy, and Ron) or short and stocky (Charlie, Fred, and George). Molly is specifically described as short, but I don’t recall if Arthur’s height was ever described in detail.

Also, going by the Weasley age gaps Rowling established, this scene puts Charlie at around 21 and Bill around 23.

Anticipation
  • Molly: Oh come on! I just want to be ready for next week!
  • Sherlock: *unmoved* It's becoming obsessive, and you know it.
  • Molly: B-but there's so many little details to pick up on...even in those short clips! Don't you have any theories about-
  • Sherlock: Nope.
  • Molly: *excitedly* But, I mean, just based on the trailers alone, if you HAD to say who would end up-
  • Sherlock: *exasperated* We have essentially no solid evidence, which makes any theories meaningless. And besides, I am a professional detective, therefore I refuse to use my brain power to engage in pointless guessing about the fictional plot line and characters of your favorite television show which has no real bearing on our lives!
  • Molly: ... *narrows eyes*
  • Sherlock: ...
  • Molly: ...
  • Molly: *jumps on him* GIVE ME MY MOBILE! I JUST HAVE TO WATCH THE TRAILER AND LOOK AT THE PROMO SHOTS ONE MORE TIME!!
Mrs Weasley was intrigued by the Whomping Willow, which had been planted after she had left school…
— 

Goblet of Fire, Ch 31

The Whomping Willow was planted in 1971, the year the Marauders came to Hogwarts, because of Lupin’s being a werewolf. This gives us a clearer idea of how old Mr and Mrs Weasley are - Molly, and presumably, Arthur, are at least seven years older than the Marauders.