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The best (and most romantic) way of describing Johnlock. From my 86 year old Grandpa

  • Grandpa:

    You know, I think Sherlock and John might end up together.

  • Gramma:

    You think they're homosexual?

  • Grandpa:

    Not really.

  • Gramma:

    So what do you mean you think they'll end up together?

  • Grandpa:

    (frustrated) I think that they're perfect for each other! I mean, just look at them together!

  • Gramma:

    (raises an eyebrow)

  • Grandpa:

    Stop with the homosexual! They should be with each other because they GO together! They make each other happy! Isn't that what being in a good relationship's about?

  • Grandpa:

    Saying someone's homosexual is like saying I love blonds.

  • Gramma:

    You do like blonds dear.

  • Grandpa:

    But you're not blond.

  • Gramma:

    No... I'm not.

  • Grandpa:

    You never have been! I feel in love with you with brown hair and stayed in love when you turned grey. I love you for you. Grey or brunette, young or old. Just like John and Sherlock.

  • Gramma:

    (smiling)

  • Grandpa:

    John may like women like I like blonds, but that doesn't mean he's going to ignore someone perfect for him just because it's not a woman. And Sherlock clearly loves him.

  • Gramma:

    I thought you said he's not interested in any of that.

  • Grandpa:

    Maybe not in other people. But look how he looks at John! He looks at him like I looked at you on our wedding day. It's love. Not something so trivial as whether he's a man or woman.

  • Grandpa:

    (out of breath)

  • Gramma:

    I knew I married you for a reason.

penns-woods:

toooldforthissh—stuff:

persian-slipper:

notmydate:

The breakfasts Mrs. Hudson cooks for the boys after the stag night.
For John: buttered toast, brown beans, fried sausages, fried egg, fried tomatoes and fried mushrooms.
For Sherlock:  chips (!), fried egg, fried hamsteak with fried pineapple.
John tries to eat his, but given that Sherlock’s knife and fork are still very neatly placed next to his plate it looks like he didn’t even make an attempt.
Mrs. Hudson is evil incarnate.


Actually, she’s being nice here. Fatty foods really do help with hangovers.

If you can keep it in your stomach. Bleh!

Sherlock seems to have a thing for chips. Wasn’t that what he was eating when Mary came to get him to rescue John in TEH?
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penns-woods:

toooldforthissh—stuff:

persian-slipper:

notmydate:

The breakfasts Mrs. Hudson cooks for the boys after the stag night.
For John: buttered toast, brown beans, fried sausages, fried egg, fried tomatoes and fried mushrooms.
For Sherlock:  chips (!), fried egg, fried hamsteak with fried pineapple.
John tries to eat his, but given that Sherlock’s knife and fork are still very neatly placed next to his plate it looks like he didn’t even make an attempt.
Mrs. Hudson is evil incarnate.


Actually, she’s being nice here. Fatty foods really do help with hangovers.

If you can keep it in your stomach. Bleh!

Sherlock seems to have a thing for chips. Wasn’t that what he was eating when Mary came to get him to rescue John in TEH?
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penns-woods:

toooldforthissh—stuff:

persian-slipper:

notmydate:

The breakfasts Mrs. Hudson cooks for the boys after the stag night.

For John: buttered toast, brown beans, fried sausages, fried egg, fried tomatoes and fried mushrooms.

For Sherlock:  chips (!), fried egg, fried hamsteak with fried pineapple.

John tries to eat his, but given that Sherlock’s knife and fork are still very neatly placed next to his plate it looks like he didn’t even make an attempt.

Mrs. Hudson is evil incarnate.

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Actually, she’s being nice here. Fatty foods really do help with hangovers.

If you can keep it in your stomach. Bleh!

Sherlock seems to have a thing for chips. Wasn’t that what he was eating when Mary came to get him to rescue John in TEH?

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