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Because it's perfect, that's why. ok I don't ship Johnlock but this is epic. <-- I'm not gonna take this as Johnlock but instead as uncle John reading to Sherlocks and Molly's son Hamish

Because it's perfect, that's why. ok I don't ship Johnlock but this is epic. <-- I'm not gonna take this as Johnlock but instead as uncle John reading to Sherlocks and Molly's son Hamish<<how can you not ship Johnlock? This is Johnlock!

I like how this happened before Sherlock and John became flatmates.

ugh molly, this isn't how jawn makes it, jawn adds love molly, god. (Ya know, ignoring the fact this is from A Study in Pink and before they were flatmates.

Mary's face NEEDS to be a meme- I think both their faces need to be a meme. MEME MAKERS I CALL THEE TO DO THY JOB! @allisonriger1

Mary's face NEEDS to be a meme- I think both their faces need to be a meme…

I LOVE THIS PART "Sort of. It sat there and I shouted abuse."

Sherlock: You had a row. John: Sort of. It sat there and I shouted abuse to it. Sherlock: *Gives face that says "You're turning into me more and more everyday"*

THINK! In "A Scandal in Belgravia" Sherlock calls Lestrade to tell him that there's been a break-in at Baker Street. Sherlock tossed the American out the window, repeatedly. Lestrade would have had to explain it without implicating Sherlock in a crime. He's thinking about protecting Sherlock!

In "A Scandal in Belgravia" Sherlock calls Lestrade to tell him that there's been a break-in at Baker Street. Sherlock tossed the American out the window, repeatedly. Lestrade would have had to explain it without implicating Sherlock in a crime.

"Sometimes can I borrow your car?" - John and Mrs. Hudson #Sherlock

Sherlock "The Lying Detective". Season She said No because John would use it to get to women and Ms Hudson only wants him to be with Sherlock

Different version, same Sherlock

The classic Holmes, ‘Okay, yeah I did something kind of appalling but I love you very much in my own messed up way, please don’t be mad’ face. I love the way both of these interpretations of Sherlock are so different, but so well done.

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