Nobody hates Holmes like Sir Arthur hates Holmes.
LOVE THESE GENTS. Any vid about type is amazing.
Brings up a valid point tho, one I want to ask my design peeps: how do you pronounce Neutra? I pronounce it noy-tra, but they pronounce it new-tra. Am I being pretentious by saying it that way, like the ppl I roll my eyes at when they call Univers “OO-nee-verr”? OR is it more a po-tay-to po-tah-to thing, there is really no wrong way to say it? Debate, discuss.
i love brett’s holmes so much
The Adventures of the Hanged Ma- IS THAT A PHEASANT
Sherlock seriously that cocaine fucks up your attention span.
I will never not reblog th- GOLLY IT IS A PHEASANT
I absolutely love Brett’s portrayal of Holmes as this not unpleasant, but really discon—PHEASANT.
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NO NO WHAT THE FUCK
o-O WHAT WHAT?! WHEN DID THIS HAPPEN?!?!!?!??
I’m a ghost
This pans out very well okay.
Hey, better Benedict than Keanu in a live action film! also, HAHAHAHA love the manip. I assume this is a manip, unless Benedict has a hidden love of cosplay that we haven’t unearthed.
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And now, selected quotes from a Daily Intel post about Martha Stewart’s chow-chow, Ghengis Khan, who won Best in Breed at the Westminster Dog Show this morning.
- “What makes the victory all the more sweet for Martha is that this isn’t the first fluffy puppy she’s named after a legendarily fearsome Mongolian warlord. Today’s victorious chow-chow replaced Ghengis Khan the First, who died in a 2009 explosion at a kennel club and training center for show dogs in the Poconos.”
- “As a delighted and proud Martha tweeted, Ghengis simply outclassed the competition: ‘Jan kolnik showed ghenghis. She knew he was the best and he proved it by winning.’
- “Stewart’s dog also probably had the most expensive pre-show meal. Below, he and Stewart dining at the Plaza on Sunday.”
(via NY Mag)
If I had gobs of money and was slightly eccentric, I too would take my pets to eat with me everywhere. Even the Plaza. MARTHA, YOU ARE LIVING THE DREAM.
I still remember the first time I saw her on TV with her Chow-Chows; I thought they looked like real life stuffed teddy bears and they were the cutest things I’d ever seen. <3Source: New York Magazine
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Sherlock NYC is ecstatic to announce that we have been lucky enough to have fandom artist, Robbicide, donate his brilliant Sherlock Valentines to help raise funds for our upcoming events.
**LIMITED TIME SALE (2/7-2/14)**
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“It’s a period piece with British accents and drama that hinges on each character’s place within an aristocratic peerage system, so needless to say, viewing one show from beginning to end is basically the same as reading a book.”
I laugh. And weep. And laugh again because it is after all the Onion.Source: