Neil Gaiman goes up to the counter and orders the Salted Caramel Mocha. While waiting for his order, Gaiman begins a conversation with an elderly woman sitting by the window. She weaves for him a long story, filled with old fears and familiar monsters. The protagonist seems more and more…
Douglas Adams goes up to the counter and orders an Earl Grey. The barista turns a handle, and there is a whirring that fills the entire coffee shop, followed by the screech of fingernails on a blackboard and something that sounds suspiciously like the theme from Scooby Doo. It is the barista’s…
CAN WE TALK
about John’s face in this scene? The way he’s looking up at Sholto like he does at Sherlock—beaming, glowing, absolutely radiating admiration and adoration?
This is the first time they’ve seen each other since Sholto’s injury—you can see it in Sholto’s face, the courage it takes him to meet John’s eyes, to watch John react to him, to watch the reality of what he is now sink in. All Sholto can think about is his injury, all he can do is wait to see John’s face twist in disgust and pity… and all John sees is Sholto.
There are 2 kinds of Johnlock
#oh my god that little shoulder tuck#’y-yeah#fury#what—what he said’#’you don’t get the joke but that’s actually him riffing on how we met’#’which was really romantic btw’#’well no I actually trolled him in public but I made sure to wear the smallest shirt I own’#’so that makes it romantic’#’I think’