-Günter, on the other hand, calls Montrose “Schatz (It means Treasure),” or “Libling (it means Darling)”
-their conversations with each there are strange to the outside observer, why? Because Günter will be speaking German and Montrose will be speaking French. Its just something they do, if there isn’t a need for them to speak English, they won’t
- Günter doesn’t understand Chinese, that’s why Montrose normally speaks it with his family
-The two of them are a mix of the gross super lovey dovey couples and already married domestic couples, its really weird.
-Montrose is the big spoon
-Two years of their five year relationship were long distance, Günter was in America while Montrose was in France
-they give each other a lot of cheek and Eskimo kisses
-Because Montrose has black circles around his eyes, Günter like to circle them with his thumbs before giving Montrose a Eskimo kiss or a regular kiss
-They rarely ever fight, seriously, they’ve only fought like twice and they both hated the experience.
-Montrose likes to hug Günter from behind, burying his face into Günter’s neck is an instant stress reliever for him
-Most people assume that Montrose is the older of the two, when in reality Günter is older by two years, people assume he’s younger and likes older men. Montrose loves the looks on peoples faces when he tells them that Günter’s older, its funny as hell
-Günter likes to wake Montrose by attacking him with tickles and kisses
That’s all I can think of for now, there WILL be more, trust me. Thank you guys for encouraging me to explore the adorable relationship between these two.
Finally it’s time, Sherlock Season 4 on German TV Das Erste.
My best friend has little to no interest in how the German synchronization was implemented. And I could be wrong, but I think many other German-speaking fans of the series will not like the translation into German - as always.
But I’m so excited about the last episode … and yes, my dear Sherlolly friends, I play on the “ILY”, because in the German sync Sherlock and Molly still do “siezen", which is for acquaintances or colleagues; but not for close allies, friends or even people whom one is in love. (Btw. only since TSOF Sherlock and John don’t "siezen" each other anymore)
So, my dream for this ILY scene is a first „Ich liebe Sie“ and then a „Ich liebe dich“ in my opinion, this is the ultimate squee-factor. Who’s with me, anyone?