seriously though this series needs a fandom

If my “Two narratives overlapping to create one picture” meta is correct, John actually got a man’s phone number after flirting on the bus and Sherlock will be approached similarly by a woman in TLD.

No one is allowed to call me names or insult my intelligence unless you first read my “4th Agra Agent” meta I just posted on The Six Thatchers. Go ahead. I’ll wait.

So my theory says actions by our characters are overlapped with actions of other characters to create a completely false visual of reality in almost every scene in The Six Thatchers. It’s summed up best by this picture:

Boom. Two scenes happening at once. Two faces become one. Beautiful.

So this means John on the bus could be flirting with any other person in that universe. We see it as a woman because this is in Sherlock’s POV and he would naturally assume Three-Continents Watson would flirt with a woman. Balance of probability and whatnot. Even though John Watson has been shown as bisexual since the minute he said to Sherlock “You’ve got a boyfriend? No? You’re unattached, like me. Good.” and licked his lips in hungry anticipation. Seriously, if you haven’t picked up on this by now, you really need to go back and watch episode one. Better yet, watch the unaired pilot episode. It may make the rest of series 4 easier to swallow. 

We know Sherlock is getting a “friend” in The Lying Detective because the Sherlock fandom is crazy and we follow them around when they film in London. This woman is played by the same actress as the woman John meets on the bus. Hmmm. Very fishy indeed. My theory allows for this to happen though: Sherlock is the one who gets approached by that woman, John is the one who gets the phone number from a man. 

Imagine John gets on the bus and sees a beautiful man making googly eyes at him. John slicks his hair. John smiles and gets off the bus (or whatever mode of transportation he actually happens to be on). John finds he still has a flower in his hair. The man says “I like your daisy”. This would be a direct mirror to The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, where everyone thinks Watson is bisexual while wearing a flower in his hair. And we all know by now Moffat and Gatiss LOVE that movie.

“Half and half!”This is it.  Solved.  Case closed.  Byeeeeee.  

Continuing on anyways, the man says “I don’t usually do this sort of thing”, John flashes a smile and his wedding band, and accepts the number, later texting the man nothing but “hey”. He doesn’t cheat. The texts we saw are from either Sherlock or Harry (my bet in now on Sherlock), but he does run into him somewhere else as John texts him to break it off before it begins. BUT because Sherlock’s been the one constantly in contact with John and at the top of his inbox, John messages him the break-off text by mistake, giving Sherlock and therefore the audience the false impression John has been cheating on Mary with another woman. Whoa. 

The subtext of John’s blog says Sherlock will be getting a fake girlfriend (fake could mean imaginary) because Sherlock is a mirror for Chris Melas in The Geek Interpreter and the episode will revolve subtextually around queer people forcing themselves to be heterosexual against their will. Read my deductions here

So if mentally-unstable Sherlock gets the “girlfriend” who is actually the same woman John supposedly met on the bus, then John will be given the phone number of a man we may have already seen in Sherlock’s universe.  

Ready for The Lying Detective to seem like a trippy, fake reality that questions everything you’ve seen, but is really showing you actual events from previous and future episodes? I am.   

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What have I done

Thaaaaanks tumblr. Y'all have just made me binge watch the entire first season of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir AND I HAVE FALLEN HARD. DON’T GET ME STARTED ON THAT DAMN UMBRELLA SCENE WITH THE OTP BECAUSE I THINK I’VE JUST DIED AND GONE TO HEAVEN. AND DON’T EVEN MENTION THAT CINNAMON ROLL ADRIEN AGRESTE WITH HIS BAD PUNS AND HEART OF GOLD. NOW I HAVE TO WAIT FOR SEASON 2 BY KILLING MYSELF WITH FANART AND FANFICS. I hope you are happy.

I mean what is this

Can they just get married already

and then this happened in the future

LET’S CHANGE THAT INTERUPTION BUT OH WAIT HE DOESN’T EVEN REMEMBER THIS OK JUST STAB ME IN THE HEART

Look at this cuteness

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such fab

such god damn

In conclusion, they are made for each other so enjoy some cute gifs of them:

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BUT SHE DOESN’T EVEN KNOW THAT THAT’S ADRIEN AND HE DOESN’T KNOW THAT’S SHE'S LADYBUG AJFVEPRJEJIVNOEFH

anonymous asked:

How can I put more earnestness into my writing? Being a jaded fuckhead is a habit I want to break.

it takes practice, you know? and the best place to practice, i think, is fanfiction, where you don’t have to spend time inventing the characters and world in the first place.

find some ridiculous fictional world, one you enjoy, and write lil stories in it, and like, don’t go in wanting to subvert it or hang lampshade or all that, go in trying to write it seriously, on the world’s own terms. 

like for example, dragon ball z - dragon ball z is ridiculous as fuck, and it’s really interesting, because the series is both aware of this but also plays it completely straight? like when you get to things like how hell is actually just a place where people hang out or the straight up goofiness of buu or the fucking ginyu force and their need to pose and dance and all that, it’s all very ridiculous and the show is aware of that, but it chooses not to hang on that either. all those goofy motherfuckers also know how to fight and present a real threat to the protags, so even when inserting ridiculous shit, they’re still part of the damn story.

and it fucking pays off, you know? DBZ has this massive fandom, and it has all these fanfics (which i’d also suggest just diving into and reading some, like the stuff that takes it seriously and sets up drama and romance for fucking piccolo and goku and shit) where people are playing this stuff completely straight, and people like the world and the characters, because though they may not be all that deeply developed, they’re fucking interesting and the series sold their interactions in this sort of deadly serious manner.

writing and reading fanfic i think is great practice in general, and in getting outside of the need to be like, cynical with everything in your creations, because when you dive into that level of fandom, you’re dealing with a lot of earnestness, and i think that’s p. great, generally.

there is of course larger stuff often going on with being jaded/cynical as fuck but not knowing you i’m in really no position to talk about or deal with that on a larger scale.

feel out writing ridiculous shit on its own terms. animorphs, zoids, dbz, yu-gi-oh, fucking - beyblade…

if you can write a completely earnest beyblade fanfic, taken on the world’s own terms, then you’re in a damn good position to expand your writing skills and the angles at which you can approach writing at large.

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Saw someone shared this on OVAM’s fb page & thought it was effin brilliant. Seriously, watch it. Years from now, people would remember the green & pink poster of VA, nobody else would remember all the rest of the YA movie adaptations posters because THEY ALL LOOK THE SAME. #truth

To the VAmovie marketing team/Weinstein Company, THANK YOU FOR STEPPING OUT OF THE BOX AND DOING SOMETHING BOLD & NEW. BUT MOST OF ALL THANK YOU FOR PUTTING ROSE & LISSA ON THE MOVIE POSTER. SERIOUSLY, THANK YOU. *Epic friendship first. Epic romances can come later. ;)*

Also, welcome to all the new peeps in the fandom! And good luck cause heck, you’re gonna need it with this series. *understatement lol* All worth it though, I promise. :)