"can men and women really be just friends??" straight people are so weird
The radio aches a little tune that tells the story of what the night is thinking.
It's thinking of love.
It's thinking of stabbing us to death and leaving our bodies in a dumpster.
The world is indeed full of peril, and in it there are many dark places; but still there is much that is fair, and though in all lands love is now mingled with grief, it grows perhaps the greater.
people-are-fond asked: Hey! Great work. Wondering whether you could help me with something. What was Sherlock originally planning to tell John on the tarmac? "There's something ... I should say. I've meant to say, always and I never have. Since it's unlikely we'll ever meet again I might as well say it now ..." WHAT?
He originally planned to tell him that Sherlock is actually a girl’s name. There’s nothing else that he could have possibly wanted to indicate to him in that scene, and it worries me that there are people out there who watch it and think that there’s an underlying meaning to Sherlock’s intentions. There isn’t. He meant to say that Sherlock is actually a girl’s name all along.
You need to understand that fictional characters always directly state their inner thoughts and feelings to the other characters in addition to the audience. You also need to realize that character development is entirely meaningless and that the most critically acclaimed shows never have their characters progress in any way whatsoever as characterization has to remain stagnate for a series to be well-received.
Please stop being so delusional. I’m beginning to feel genuinely concerned about the state of your mental health.