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My thoughts on Mary/Amanda hate/don't hate stuff here

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I don’t think I’m ever gonna get to 30,000 followers, so this is a ‘nearly’ giveaway (you never know maybe by the time it’s over I’ll get there).


1-The official BBC Sherlock soft touch note book and three Sherlock quote pencils.

2-The complete Granada Sherlock Holmes with the awesome Jeremy Brett.

3-The official BBC ‘Higher Functioning Sociopath’ mug.

4-Robert Downey Junior and Jude Law’s Sherlock Holmes DVDs.

5-The Holmes Sutra book. Not what you’re thinking. The Holmes Sutra is presented (by a crazed fan) as: (a) a compilation of one hundred and sixty mantras (aphorisms/slogans/sayings - call them what you will) - some original, some canonical, some based on various print/media adaptations - aimed to make Sherlock Holmes (and his fans) smile, and (b) a test of the readers’ Holmes Mania Quotient (HMQ)- based on the resulting HMQ score, the particular condition/stage of Holmes Mania would be determined, with possibilities of a cure.’

6-The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes DVD.

7-My edits as nine magnets and 2 prints of fan art (not mine).

All DVDs are region 2 and used (I’m not that rich).


There will be three winners. Winners will be chosen by random number generator.

Winner one can pick 3 numbers, winner two and three can pick 2 numbers.

You must be following me and have an open ask. NO GIVEAWAY BLOGS I will check.

Winners will be notified when the giveaway ends on 21st Oct. If you don’t reply in 48 hours another winner will be picked.

I will ship internationally but I won’t pay insurance or customs fees.

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Did your parents know too, that you spent two years playing hide and seek? Maybe.

Poor Sherlock. He’s already apologised, multiple times, that first night at the restaurant, and John didn’t accept it. So now he’s feeling apprehensive and defensive and John exposes another thing that Sherlock didn’t tell him and this happens. The first two are defensive, I would say - but that third one - look at his eyes, his face! He means it utterly. And John still doesn’t exactly accept it. And people wonder why he took advantage of the bomb situation to manipulate John into saying it. I’m not saying it was good - but it’s also John, and they’ve always shared a totally inappropriate sense of humour. And it works - John laughed! I also feel that John needed to say it, needed to be pushed into verbalising it at last, and Sherlock was desperate to hear it, to hear John actually say the words, “I forgive you”. They were both SO much happier after that point, too. Point being, it worked. But this, right here, is nothing less than a real apology. And it wasn’t the first, either.

We could compare this with Mary’s utter void of apology for anything she’s done, past or present, but that’s another discussion.

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I just love the idea of the police officer who arrested them on the stag night trying to put sherlock and john in different cells but sherlock wrapping himself around john and yelling that he can’t be separated from his blogger so the officer just gives up and throws them in together

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