Hello there, it's Jenya. I blog/reblog about Sherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch, my OTPs and sometimes my quirky thoughts here. I ship Molly Hooper & Happiness - basically Molly with whatever characters as long as she is happy. Sherlock/Molly aka Sherlolly is my OTP. I also ship Sheldon/Amy aka Shamy from the Big Bang Theory, and Dan/Blair aka Dair from Gossip Girl.

Sherlock spoilers are tagged as "sherlock spoilers" and/or "setlock".

queenbrealey:

The best of Loo (starring Benedict) @ Hay Festival. [more]

andthenifound5dollars:

Well Sherlock,

iamazonian replied to your post: I finished watching a Korean drama cal…

I didn’t know you watched Korean dramas! Are you familiar with Full House? :D

Of course! It was a hit back then. Yes I watch Korean shows sometimes. Not often though cause I don’t like their “formula”

Tumblr’s “There’s nothing here.” page creeps me out most of the time.

I finished watching a Korean drama called “Good Doctor”, while it was a nice show about the struggling of a young doctor with autism (and most characters in the show are surprisingly nice), it’s also full of ableism. They kept saying the main character’s autism could be curled and treating it like mental illness and I just… ugh. I wanted to shake their shoulders and shout some sense in them.

zoraarian said: Once you see this you have to say five nice things about yourself publicly then send it to ten of your favorite blogs :) Go!

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And I realised I got a similar one from sillier-things about two months ago as well… so I guess I’ll do them together.

  1. If I’m truly well-rested and energized, I can remember information after I read it once. Unfortunately, I’m rarely well-rested and energized.
  2. I like the shape of my lips.
  3. I think I have a nice singing voice.
  4. I’m a good friend.
  5. What else… I have a nice handwriting.

flopinator:

jtotheizzoe:

geometrymatters:

Complex works of the Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo

Math, meet nature. Nature, meet math. You guys should hang out more.

I will forever be imaging DNA as a helix of butterflies now.

Previously: Check out Nikki Graziano’s mathematical landscapes, one of the most original landscape photo series I’ve ever seen.

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