24th April, 2014

johnlockismyreligion:

marybegone:

amygloriouspond:


∞ Scenes of Sherlock

To the very best of times, John.

This makes me so sad….

This scene always breaks my heart: he know he’s going to die, but he doesn’t care. He can only think that’s the last time he talked to John, his only love, he thinks he doesn’t want to fall in love ever again, ‘cause it hurts too much…great, I succeeded in depressing myself once again ._.

I still like how people refuse to believe that he’s been crying in this scene. Ugh.And it’s so fucking important, because his entire thing throughout the series is eschewing all emotion in favour of reason and logic, to the point where John even calls him a machine. And he’s brought to the point here, leaving John forever, where he cannot hold back anymore and he allows himself to cry. Over John. Over never seeing John again. For once, he permits himself to feel instead of stamping down his feelings, and it literally comes pouring out of him. Because of John. You’d have to be blind not to see how desperately in love with John he is. Johnlock isn’t even a question anymore. It’s a statement, bolded and underscored. johnlockismyreligion:

marybegone:

amygloriouspond:


∞ Scenes of Sherlock

To the very best of times, John.

This makes me so sad….

This scene always breaks my heart: he know he’s going to die, but he doesn’t care. He can only think that’s the last time he talked to John, his only love, he thinks he doesn’t want to fall in love ever again, ‘cause it hurts too much…great, I succeeded in depressing myself once again ._.

I still like how people refuse to believe that he’s been crying in this scene. Ugh.And it’s so fucking important, because his entire thing throughout the series is eschewing all emotion in favour of reason and logic, to the point where John even calls him a machine. And he’s brought to the point here, leaving John forever, where he cannot hold back anymore and he allows himself to cry. Over John. Over never seeing John again. For once, he permits himself to feel instead of stamping down his feelings, and it literally comes pouring out of him. Because of John. You’d have to be blind not to see how desperately in love with John he is. Johnlock isn’t even a question anymore. It’s a statement, bolded and underscored. johnlockismyreligion:

marybegone:

amygloriouspond:


∞ Scenes of Sherlock

To the very best of times, John.

This makes me so sad….

This scene always breaks my heart: he know he’s going to die, but he doesn’t care. He can only think that’s the last time he talked to John, his only love, he thinks he doesn’t want to fall in love ever again, ‘cause it hurts too much…great, I succeeded in depressing myself once again ._.

I still like how people refuse to believe that he’s been crying in this scene. Ugh.And it’s so fucking important, because his entire thing throughout the series is eschewing all emotion in favour of reason and logic, to the point where John even calls him a machine. And he’s brought to the point here, leaving John forever, where he cannot hold back anymore and he allows himself to cry. Over John. Over never seeing John again. For once, he permits himself to feel instead of stamping down his feelings, and it literally comes pouring out of him. Because of John. You’d have to be blind not to see how desperately in love with John he is. Johnlock isn’t even a question anymore. It’s a statement, bolded and underscored. johnlockismyreligion:

marybegone:

amygloriouspond:


∞ Scenes of Sherlock

To the very best of times, John.

This makes me so sad….

This scene always breaks my heart: he know he’s going to die, but he doesn’t care. He can only think that’s the last time he talked to John, his only love, he thinks he doesn’t want to fall in love ever again, ‘cause it hurts too much…great, I succeeded in depressing myself once again ._.

I still like how people refuse to believe that he’s been crying in this scene. Ugh.And it’s so fucking important, because his entire thing throughout the series is eschewing all emotion in favour of reason and logic, to the point where John even calls him a machine. And he’s brought to the point here, leaving John forever, where he cannot hold back anymore and he allows himself to cry. Over John. Over never seeing John again. For once, he permits himself to feel instead of stamping down his feelings, and it literally comes pouring out of him. Because of John. You’d have to be blind not to see how desperately in love with John he is. Johnlock isn’t even a question anymore. It’s a statement, bolded and underscored. johnlockismyreligion:

marybegone:

amygloriouspond:


∞ Scenes of Sherlock

To the very best of times, John.

This makes me so sad….

This scene always breaks my heart: he know he’s going to die, but he doesn’t care. He can only think that’s the last time he talked to John, his only love, he thinks he doesn’t want to fall in love ever again, ‘cause it hurts too much…great, I succeeded in depressing myself once again ._.

I still like how people refuse to believe that he’s been crying in this scene. Ugh.And it’s so fucking important, because his entire thing throughout the series is eschewing all emotion in favour of reason and logic, to the point where John even calls him a machine. And he’s brought to the point here, leaving John forever, where he cannot hold back anymore and he allows himself to cry. Over John. Over never seeing John again. For once, he permits himself to feel instead of stamping down his feelings, and it literally comes pouring out of him. Because of John. You’d have to be blind not to see how desperately in love with John he is. Johnlock isn’t even a question anymore. It’s a statement, bolded and underscored. johnlockismyreligion:

marybegone:

amygloriouspond:


∞ Scenes of Sherlock

To the very best of times, John.

This makes me so sad….

This scene always breaks my heart: he know he’s going to die, but he doesn’t care. He can only think that’s the last time he talked to John, his only love, he thinks he doesn’t want to fall in love ever again, ‘cause it hurts too much…great, I succeeded in depressing myself once again ._.

I still like how people refuse to believe that he’s been crying in this scene. Ugh.And it’s so fucking important, because his entire thing throughout the series is eschewing all emotion in favour of reason and logic, to the point where John even calls him a machine. And he’s brought to the point here, leaving John forever, where he cannot hold back anymore and he allows himself to cry. Over John. Over never seeing John again. For once, he permits himself to feel instead of stamping down his feelings, and it literally comes pouring out of him. Because of John. You’d have to be blind not to see how desperately in love with John he is. Johnlock isn’t even a question anymore. It’s a statement, bolded and underscored.

johnlockismyreligion:

marybegone:

amygloriouspond:

∞ Scenes of Sherlock

To the very best of times, John.

This makes me so sad….

This scene always breaks my heart: he know he’s going to die, but he doesn’t care. He can only think that’s the last time he talked to John, his only love, he thinks he doesn’t want to fall in love ever again, ‘cause it hurts too much…
great, I succeeded in depressing myself once again ._.

I still like how people refuse to believe that he’s been crying in this scene. Ugh.

And it’s so fucking important, because his entire thing throughout the series is eschewing all emotion in favour of reason and logic, to the point where John even calls him a machine. And he’s brought to the point here, leaving John forever, where he cannot hold back anymore and he allows himself to cry. Over John. Over never seeing John again. For once, he permits himself to feel instead of stamping down his feelings, and it literally comes pouring out of him. Because of John.

You’d have to be blind not to see how desperately in love with John he is. Johnlock isn’t even a question anymore. It’s a statement, bolded and underscored.

24th April, 2014

marymorstran asks:

"they're putting me down too--it's no fun, is it?" sherlock doesn't even think his murder is a crime he thinks he's being PUT DOWN which is what you do to animals as the "kinder" thing, rather than letting them live in pain, dont look at me, dont touch me

welovethebeekeeper:

cosmoglaut:

marybegone:

wsswatson:

SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT THE FUCK UP

This is terrible. Put down like an old dog that is of no use anymore, because the one person he perceives as liking him has found a new puppy to play with.

That he thinks himself as being put down follows directly from what Mycroft says, isn’t it. Mycroft tells him to find some calming influence because East Wind is coming to get him otherwise. First thing he encounters in that search is Mary in wedding dress shooting him. For me, that means that Sherlock has equated Mary with East Wind, and himself to unworthy who needed to be plucked from the earth. Mycroft always told him he was the unworthy one (as we know from the tarmac conversation). So basically he was thinking that finally the East Wind caught up with him and is just fulfilling its function. Put down the unworthy.

For all that he cares about his brother, I wonder if Mycroft knows how much Sherlock took his words to heart. And this also explains why John says in ASiP, “This is how you get your kicks, isn’t it. Risking your life to prove you’re clever.” Sherlock has been trying to prove himself to be worthy since forever it seems. Here, he is just thinking he has lost that battle.

Ohhh! If Mary is the East Wind, not Sherlock or Moriarty, then that seals her fate! She is the villain of S4 and will meet a bad end.