Blame it on Moffat

Congratulations on your third Emmy nomination, Benedict Cumberbatch!

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Anonymous asked: Moriarty

ben-c:

My same sex otp - me

My opposite sex otp- still me

My most hated pairing - anybody that isnt me

My same sex unusual otp - also me

My opposite sex unusual otp - literally still me

My crossover otp - it’s always me

bashermoriarty:

Andrew Scott as Davin, messing around with his best friend’s brother in law

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thecountercurseisunjellify:

spazzynerd:

thecountercurseisunjellify:

PLATFORM 9, PLATFORM 10. Nothing in between.

Excuse me sir, can you tell me how to get to platform nine and three quarters?

Platform 9 and 3 quarters, there ain’t no such thing. You’re the 700th kid to ask me that today. I still refuse to believe that it exists.

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chasingjimlock:

Actually, I want to point out something here — this is Jim’s business voice.
I just noticed this, but we only REALLY get to see “Moriarty” in terms of Sherlock. Either talking directly to Sherlock, or playing a game with him (talking through proxies, or setting up people to be caught for the sake of  making sweet mental love the game)
That whole thing with Irene was also super casual, since it was mostly about playing the Holmes boys, thus warranting more whimsy (“Jim Moriarty sends his love”). 
But this. Intimidating. All business. “Gratitude is meaningless.” He would never say that to Sherlock. In fact, he didn’t want Sherlock anywhere near this. It’s a problem that he got involved. This is an operation he’s detached from and calculating the value of his connection. 
Despite my LOVE of obsessed-with-Sherlock Jim, this is the Moriarty I want to see more of. The Napoleon of Crime, rather than the lovesick Irish treat, running around trying to get Sherlock’s attention. 

chasingjimlock:

Actually, I want to point out something here — this is Jim’s business voice.

I just noticed this, but we only REALLY get to see “Moriarty” in terms of Sherlock. Either talking directly to Sherlock, or playing a game with him (talking through proxies, or setting up people to be caught for the sake of  making sweet mental love the game)

That whole thing with Irene was also super casual, since it was mostly about playing the Holmes boys, thus warranting more whimsy (“Jim Moriarty sends his love”). 

But this. Intimidating. All business. “Gratitude is meaningless.” He would never say that to Sherlock. In fact, he didn’t want Sherlock anywhere near this. It’s a problem that he got involved. This is an operation he’s detached from and calculating the value of his connection. 

Despite my LOVE of obsessed-with-Sherlock Jim, this is the Moriarty I want to see more of. The Napoleon of Crime, rather than the lovesick Irish treat, running around trying to get Sherlock’s attention. 

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ironicallysayingswaggie:

strawberro:

hold on i gotta blow the dust off my VCR

How

ironicallysayingswaggie:

strawberro:

hold on i gotta blow the dust off my VCR

How

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