Hey, here for another guide to making sure you have a good haul next time you want to do some lifting!
STEP ONE: pick a store
STEP TWO: pick out whatever you want
STEP THREE: check to see if there’s any employees around
STEP FOUR: make sure you have everything you want
STEP FIVE: bring it to the check-out line
STEP SIX: strike up casual conversation with employee
STEP SEVEN: actually fucking pay for your shit instead of shoplifting
STEP EIGHT: tell the employee to have a wonderful day
STEP NINE: leave the store with your wonderful new item(s)
STEP TEN: don’t shoplift in the future either since you could get employees in serious trouble or even fired
Always remember, if you think that there is absolutely nothing wrong with shoplifting and that it won’t cause any problems for employees, especially when it comes to stealing $1,000+ in goods from a store, you’re full of shit!
Two hundred and twenty one b is my original sanctum sanctorum. It is the only aspect of my life in London I truly missed…two hundred and twenty one b is a good deal more than nice Watson. I spent the better part of ten years transforming it into a virtual womb of creativity, stepping inside it is not unlike stepping inside my very own brain. You will no doubt see things that will confuse or even upset you, odd experiments, texts in dead languages, trophies from old cases.
Man I was thinking about that “obese child” joke and I realized why it felt so weird. Usually when Sherlock makes a comment like that it’s the setup, so I was waiting for a punch line that never came. Like in “a giant gun filled with drugs” where he makes that joke about Joan’s period and jlm’s delivery is the exact same on that line as in “step nine” so when there wasn’t an equivalent to Joan’s “coaching it as a scientific observation doesn’t negate the misogyny”, the joke just felt incomplete.