Christmas gifts for you all.
thank you dear for these! we appreciate them all!!
This is so beautiful…I can’t even…I’m gonna go to a corner and calm myself down…
More gifts arrived.
this makes me feel hungry.
As I continued to look through photos, I came across a black-and-white one of my best friend and me taken on New Year’s Eve. We looked so happy, I couldn’t help but smile. I remembered how we had met two years before; she was sitting in a bar wearing a fedora and speaking in her Zimbabwean accent.
We had an immediate connection but didn’t think of it as romantic or sexual. She was one of the most beautiful, charming, brilliant and funny people I had ever met, but it didn’t occur to me, until that soul-searching moment in my garden, that we could perhaps choose to love each other romantically.
What had I been waiting for all of these years? She is the person I like being with the most, the one with whom I am most myself.
The next time I saw her, in New York, I shared my confusing feelings, and we began the long, painful, wonderful process of trying to figure out what our relationship was supposed to be.
Mark Gatiss - P.R.O.B.E.: The Zero Imperative (1) (gifs)
Removed the text from the CQ cover. Please link back if you’re going to use it.
Sherlock Series 3 still (2014) / Automat by Edward Hopper (1927)
I needed these images next to each other. Isolation, voyeurism, and post-Reichenbach angst, oh my. Hopper connection originally spotted by professorfonz - click through for brilliant meta! And here’s where I stumbled onto Automat
and got a bit weak in the knees about John being explicitly posed as an object of desire.
Despite being recently voted the world’s sexiest actor by film fans, Cumberbatch revealed even pop queen Madonna found him a bit odd when they met.
Explaining why he seems to be unlucky in love, the 37-year-old said: ‘It is harder [meeting women], because people think they know more about you than they actually do.
‘And you can’t control that… you can’t control perceptions of you.’
Recalling his run-in with the Madonna, 55, the Star Trek actor quipped: ‘She said, “You’re the one with the strange name”. I said, “Yes, I am, Madonna”.;
But he said he had little time for people who only see his oddities.
‘All the posh-baiting that goes on… it’s so predictable, so domestic, so dumb.
‘I’m an upper middle-class kid. I know that’s counted as posh, but then I know people who I would call posh, and I don’t talk like them,’ he told GQ magazine.
While he is best known for his lead role in BBC1’s Sherlock, which will return to our screens for a third series on January 1, Cumberbatch insisted he was no ‘one trick pony’.
Read the full interview with Benedict Cumberbatch in the January issue of GQ, on sale Thursday‘I know that everything I do now will have flavours of “Sherlock”,’ he said.
‘Everyone wants those dark, complicated anti-heroes and, of course, I play them. But I also play Charles in August: Osage County, an everyman; he’s not super-sleuthing or cracking code or breaking algorithms.
‘I play Ford in 12 Years A Slave and Alexander in Stuart: A Life Backwards – he’s a pretty open book; smart man though he is, the complexity is all about Stuart,’ he said, going on to add about his roles: ‘I mix it up.’
Read the full interview in the January issue of GQ, on sale from Thursday
TWWWEEEEEEEEED! That is all. Carry on.
Okay, by just looking at the artwork I deduce that all Holmes and Watson are doing 24/7 is basically sitting around in chairs while judging everything (unless they get up to judge more ppl).
I mean, seriously:
even each other