screenshot because writing the tags after is a nightmare
hehe, I’m not going to say no to that, anon ;)
*221B* Molly: *leans forward* Do it. Sherlock: *reading the paper* No. Molly: *playfully prods his foot with hers* Just once. Sherlock: *turns the page* Nope. Molly: Please? Sherlock: *looks up* Molly- Molly: *pouts* For me? Sherlock: *sighs; folds his paper, clears his throat* Well, thief, where are you? Come now, don’t be shy- Molly: *grinning* No, the other one. Sherlock: *frowns* What other one? Molly: *twirls her hair on her finger* The one I like. Sherlock: … Sherlock: *raises an eyebrow* Ohhh, the one you…like? Molly: *nods* Sherlock: *smirks*
Shall I destroy- Molly: Properly. Sherlock: *mutters* Why did I marry you? Molly: *teasing* ‘cause you love me. Sherlock: *looks at her; slicks his hair back and deepens his voice* Shall I destroy you, Mrs. Holmes? Or will you give me what I want?
Molly: *giggles; holds her hand up* Sherlock: *raises an eyebrow* Molly: *waves her hand* Come on, you were very good. Sherlock: *pats her hand and clasps their fingers; pulls her to him* Now… *lifts her into his arms* …shall we begin? Molly: *giggles* Yes, please.
“Romeo and Juliet are just two rich kids who’ve always gotten every little thing they want. And now, they think they want each other.”
“They’re in love…” Mr. Stessman said, clutching his heart.
“They don’t even know each other,” she said.
“It was love at first sight.”
“It was ‘Oh my God, he’s so cute’ at first sight. If Shakespeare wanted you to believe they were in love, he wouldn’t tell you in almost the very first scene that Romeo was hung up on Rosaline.… It’s Shakespeare making fun of love,” she said.
Hello friend, hello friend. That’s lame. Maybe I should give you a
name. But that’s a slippery slope, you’re only in my head we have to
remember that. Shit. This is actually happening… I’m talking to an imaginary
Story for Steven (Momswap / Shattered Glass Edition)
Greg clutched the MR UNIVERSE shirt in his hand as he made for the beach through Beach City. She had to have gone over this way, right? The mysterious, tall, pink haired woman from the show had his brain buzzing. Someone had actually come to his show and he wasn’t about to question if his pursuit was insane. He wasn’t about to let her get away without a parting gift.
Though the fence that came into view as he came down to the beach begged to differ. Greg stopped in front of it and grasped the chain links. He shook his head to get the hair out of his face to scan what he could see of the beach, wondering aloud if she’s beyond the fence. He looked up and noticed the blue figure perched atop the fence, kicking her bare feet and facing away from him. Strange that Greg did not notice her before. He cleared his throat.
There was this and one other time when poor Mrs Diaz just clutched her sons hoodie like oh my god these parents suffer so much. Marco and Star probably disappear for hours without notice, and when Marco got fucking kidnapped, all they were was supportive of Star.
Like if you don’t think the Diaz’s are amazing get out of my life.
No but Ryuunosuke teaching Sherlock little bits of Japanese And then one day Ryuu-chan decides to make the mistake of gently criticising something about him. Sherlock drops to the floor with a severe case of wounded ego. “Ooooh Mr Naruhodou…” He says, clutching his chest “My kokoro is brokoro”
Derek Jeter relaxes in bed during a photo shoot on Oct. 26, 1994 in Chandler, Ariz. The longtime Yankees shortstop retired from baseball at the end of the 2014 season, his 20th in the majors. The 1996 Rookie of the Year and 14-time All-Star who won five World Series championships, turned 41 years old today. (V.J. Lovero for SI)
Reports this morning have revealed the government’s intention to increase motorway speed limits to 80mph. Anti-speed campaigners have been quick to raise their concerns over the plans, set to be enforced in 2013, leaving the Government’s Transport department to argue the benefits of the proposed speed increase.
The 70mph speed limit was introduced almost half a century ago; in this time the legal safety requirements when manufacturing a vehicle, as well as the safety implementations we have to legally follow when in control of a vehicle, have changed drastically. Philip Hammond, Transport Secretary, has argued that because of this, the 10mph change would not affect the roads negatively. He also commented on research that revealed that 50% of drivers already exceeded the current motorway limit and how increasing the limit would mean they were no longer breaking the law.
A majority of modern cars will now drive comfortably at 70mph and equally so at 80mph. In 1964, when the law was introduced, driving at the national speed limit was a ‘flat-out’ speed for most vehicles on the road. Drivers and passengers did not legally have to wear seatbelts and vehicles did not have the high quality safety implications they are readily fitted with today. It is arguable that these advanced developments mean we are not driving at our optimum and could improve UK roads with one minor change.
Many anti-speed protesters fear that by increasing the limit, we would see more fatal crashes on the roads. However, experts claim that with half of drivers admitting to reaching speeds of 80mph regularly when travelling on motorways, the impact of allowing motorists to do this would not be as severe as campaigners argue. Figures have also been released that demonstrate that since 1965, when the law was set, road accidents have fallen by 75% - further reinforcing the improvements in vehicles on British roads.
Many European countries have already raised the motorway limit to 80mph and some German roads do not even have an enforced speed limit, just an advisory. Amendments to current UK laws would not only match European legislation but also positively impact the financial climate, with research suggesting that the improved journey times would save the country millions of pounds.
This development for UK motorists has been discussed for many years and with a proposal having now been developed by the British Transport Department, it will only be a matter of time before we are speeding up!