Jim would make it very clear to everyone (especially Sherlock) that you were his.
Anyone even remotely threatening to your safety wouldn’t get within ten metres of you.
Going out for extravagant, elegant dinners and dances when Jim had managed to clear a restaurant/location for the two of you. These dates would all be last minute so Jim would supply you with suitable attire.
“If someone pulls up in a car next to you, you must not get in, alright?” This backfires on him later when he picks you up and you ignore him just to annoy him. “(Y/n), get in the fucking car.”
Even though he would be possessive, it would be sort of behind the scenes possession. As in he would tell you you could do whatever you wanted but would keep an eye on you. If he wanted you in a specific place or to spend time with him he would someone manipulate you into doing so.
Calling him Queen or King.
He would call you “Kitten” or “Jewel”
Sherlock would finally meet you when Jim sent you to 221b on a “diplomatic mission”. Really, it would be an exercise of Jim’s power, showing Sherlock that even in his own flat, no harm would come to you.
Sherlock would find you quite fascinating because you hadn’t bored Jim, which seemed unusual.
You would just smile slyly as Sherlock tried to deduce you, (this would annoy Sherlock even more).
Jim would kiss you with a lot of force. It would be exciting yet terrifying.
Whenever you made a sarcastic remark to Jim he would imitate you, “Oh I’m outsmarting my boyfriend ohh” You’d laugh, sticking your tongue out at him. Jim would smirk, asking you if you wanted to put that tongue to better use. (Depending on his mood he may just pull out a lollipop.)
He would buy you a crown.
Jim would enjoy making you tea for some reason. Whenever you had to buy him a gift you’d get him fancy tea cups.
When he was in a rage and smashing things he would usually hesitate to smash the teacups you gave him. This hesitation would cause him to calm down slightly.
Bunnies & Burrows by B Dennis Sustare and Scott Robinson, Charles Loving cover art for first printing, FGU, 1976. B&B was inspired by Watership Down and considered an oddity among the early RPGs, but now is recognized as the first to use a detailed skill system and to focus on non-humanoid characters.
The United States Mint and Treasury have unveiled a new gold coin that portrays Lady Liberty is a Black woman.
In a press conference Thursday held in the Department of Treasury’s “historic” Cash Room, the two departments introduced the 2017 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin, which celebrates 225 years of coins being minted in the U.S.
“We are very proud of the fact that the United States Mint is rooted in the Constitution,” said Principal Deputy Director Jeppson. “Our founding fathers realized the critical need for our fledgling nation to have a respected monetary system, and over the last 225 years, the Mint has never failed in its mission.”
In “a departure from previous classic designs,” the new coin portrays Lady Liberty as a black woman wearing a crown of stars. The coin is inscribed with “1792,” for the year the U.S. Mint was established, “2017” and “IN GOD WE TRUST.” The reverse side of the coin contains a “bold and powerful eagle in flight,” according to the press release.
The 1-ounce coin will be struck in .999 fine 24-karat gold at the West Point Mint facility in New York. It is the first in a series of 24-karat gold coins that will feature designs representing Lady Liberty as Asian-American, Hispanic-American and Indian-American. The coins will be issued every two years.
Last year, the Treasury announced that civil rights activist and abolitionist Harriet Tubman would replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.