Staying Alive... so boring, isn't it?

If you don't know who I am, you probably shouldn't be here. If you do, I hope that whatever you have to offer is worthy of my time. In either case... don't bore me.

[RP blog for Jim Moriarty, from BBC's Sherlock. PLEASE read the 'Rules' page! :)

Tracking: jamesfuckingmoriarty]

moraninuniform:

Headcanon that Jim will walk around the flat ignoring Sebastian for days at a time when he’s trying to figure out his next move, so Sebastian hides anything and everything he can get his hands on without Jim noticing. So that when Jim needs something he has to be sweet and ask him nicely like, “Sebastian, where is my black tie with the skulls on? You know the one.” To which Seb can reply, “next to your laptop,” which is also missing, because he thinks Jim’s cute when he’s angry.

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superpotterlock-borgiannibal:

fionapondwilliams:

whishaw-bradshaw:

Moriarty is what Sherlock would have become without his friends

Magnuessen is what Mycroft would have become without manners

oh my god

now let’s take a moment to imagine the horror of what Moriarty and Magnuessen would be like if they were siblings.

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source: rygos #mun likes
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hyperactivetardis:

kia-kaha-winchesters:

cheefkief:

sicut-es-unda:

Grass cells under a microscope.

THEY LOOK SO HAPPY

"the sun is our mommy and she is big and very beautiful!"

that was the cutest thing I have ever read

hyperactivetardis:

kia-kaha-winchesters:

cheefkief:

sicut-es-unda:

Grass cells under a microscope.

THEY LOOK SO HAPPY

"the sun is our mommy and she is big and very beautiful!"

that was the cutest thing I have ever read

source: cayya #omfg #XDDDD
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high-functioningginger:


There is a trend in media for strong women who are outwardly so. They are witty, snarky, toned, and know how to hold a gun. The role model being pushed is that of the ultimate woman. It’s progress – I wouldn’t trade River Song for a hundred people from Hollywood’s past – but there’s a silent repercussion, a fortification of the idea that women have to be twice as accomplished to be considered half as good, to deserve this screen time at all. They are always extraordinary, always the one in a million. Importantly, there’s no variety – only one mould to fit ourselves into. A great mould, yes, but not if you don’t fit into it.
Molly Hooper is different. Molly Hooper is kind, thoughtful, always smiling, and intelligent in a way that you don’t really notice until you remember she’s a pathologist. She asks after people and cares about the answers, remembers little details because everything someone says is important. She probably still remembers how Sherlock likes his coffee. Her blog is pink, covered in kittens, and uses Comic Sans. She blunders her way through speaking, has serious foot-in-mouth syndrome, and can’t put on a pair of plastic gloves without making faces. She is one of the strongest women I have ever seen.
She puts up with what can only be described as “total bullshit.” You might say that makes her a bit of a doormat, but for people like Molly (like me), who like kindness and hate conflict, it takes serious guts to call someone on their behaviour and say you’re hurting me. It takes guts to carry that kind of unrequited love and still first and foremost be a friend, to ask what do you need? Molly Hooper makes Sherlock Holmes, a man who can barely articulate anything beyond the scientific, try to be kinder. In the end, Molly isn’t the woman who counts [like Irene Adler], but the friend.

The Real Woman: Why Molly Hooper Is The One Who Counts


^THIS YES THIS 1000 TIMES OVER

high-functioningginger:

There is a trend in media for strong women who are outwardly so. They are witty, snarky, toned, and know how to hold a gun. The role model being pushed is that of the ultimate woman. It’s progress – I wouldn’t trade River Song for a hundred people from Hollywood’s past – but there’s a silent repercussion, a fortification of the idea that women have to be twice as accomplished to be considered half as good, to deserve this screen time at all. They are always extraordinary, always the one in a million. Importantly, there’s no variety – only one mould to fit ourselves into. A great mould, yes, but not if you don’t fit into it.

Molly Hooper is different. Molly Hooper is kind, thoughtful, always smiling, and intelligent in a way that you don’t really notice until you remember she’s a pathologist. She asks after people and cares about the answers, remembers little details because everything someone says is important. She probably still remembers how Sherlock likes his coffee. Her blog is pink, covered in kittens, and uses Comic Sans. She blunders her way through speaking, has serious foot-in-mouth syndrome, and can’t put on a pair of plastic gloves without making faces. She is one of the strongest women I have ever seen.

She puts up with what can only be described as “total bullshit.” You might say that makes her a bit of a doormat, but for people like Molly (like me), who like kindness and hate conflict, it takes serious guts to call someone on their behaviour and say you’re hurting me. It takes guts to carry that kind of unrequited love and still first and foremost be a friend, to ask what do you need? Molly Hooper makes Sherlock Holmes, a man who can barely articulate anything beyond the scientific, try to be kinder. In the end, Molly isn’t the woman who counts [like Irene Adler], but the friend.

^THIS YES THIS 1000 TIMES OVER

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ghostlester:

an important gifset

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