am I the only one that thinks “I love you.” & “I’m in love with you.” are two totally different things
"I love you" means your heart has made a connection with that person.
"I’m IN love with you" means your heart is invested in them.
no one ever understands when I say this
Gonna reblog this every time it crosses my dash.
having to wait another 7 days for an episode makes one weak
the only flag i pledge allegiance to
i feel bad for teachers because i distinctly remember my mom bursting into tears once when she was grading papers and she was just mumbling “theyre so goddamn stupid” over and over
god created the world in 7 days well it took 9 months to create me so clearly i’m a big deal
It’s sad how it is more socially acceptable to hate your body than to love it
This text post hit me like a train
got no problem with watching a full season of tv in one sitting but when it comes time to pick a movie im like “am i really ready to pay attention to something for two hours”
Simon Cowell seriously wasted the opportunity to say, “Simon Says no,” about a thousand times on American Idol and I just can’t forgive him for that.
you don’t realize how attached you are to someone until you go without talking to them for a bit
Hey, what happened to my chair?
Can we talk about this? “It’s good to be missed” “Well you were gone”. If that isn’t two people in pain about not being each others primary person anymore then I don’t know. Sherlock demonstrates his loss by redecorating. By removing the physical evidence of the space that John used to occupy, but that space is now so incredibly empty. And he doesn’t reply with his usual “oh, sentiment?”. Instead he forces John to face what he did. He left. “You were gone.”
Once Mary shoots Sherlock and Sherlock forces her to reveal her secret to John the chair returns. I think Sherlock hopes that John will, once again, occupy that space. And I don’t know what John will have to go through to find his way back to Baker Street, but I do know that in this scene he still felt that it was his space, his chair, his person. These are two people hurting for the loss of the other and they are unable to express it in a way that could help them find their way back together. For now.
yes. i also think Sherlock didn’t want to see Janine in John’s chair physically occupying John’s special space. even if it was just a physical space he didn’t want to see John being replaced like that. maybe if he didn’t see her in John’s chair he was able to keep her from getting close to him and affecting him personally.
Sherlock didn’t stop Mycroft or Mrs. Hudson from sitting in the chair. just the person who he was pretending to be in a romantic relationship with. her name is the female version of John so many ways she was a replacement for John but Sherlock refused her the chair.
only the real John got the chair.
This is real film of a real ghost
JESUS FUCK. GET THE GHOSTBUSTERS.
you can’t photoshop that shit. you just can’t