hay x

hay x




Behave, Mike!

Behave, Mike!

(via the-sign-of-tea)


He is looking at Sherlock. And Mary looks like she knows … 


tonnaree:

blueplanetocean:

When BBC Sherlock becomes the greatest romance of our generation, I bet overlapping faces will become a romantic trope.

(via
Tumbling
)


sherlockspeare:

(X)

So the red button-hole was his idea. And he has “slightly green” eyes. 


thetwogaydetectives:

"You could"

That line always kills me. Even when everything is dark. Even when the image of Sherlock is crumbling. Even when the worst is about to happen, John believes in Sherlock


fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

Alan Turing
Brilliance cut tragically short by the narrow-mindedness of an earlier time.
‘If you crossed the room to talk to him, you would have probably found him gauche and rather reserved. He was decidedly lah-di-dah, but the reserve wasn’t standoffishness. He was shy, a man of few words. Polite small talk did not come easily to him. He might — if you were lucky — smile engagingly, his blue eyes twinkling, and come out with something quirky that would make you laugh. If conversation developed, you’d probably find him vivid and funny. He might ask you, in his rather high-pitched voice, whether you think a computer could ever enjoy strawberries and cream or could make you fall in love with it.’- B. Jack Kopeland, Turing: Pioneer of the Information Age

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

Alan Turing

Brilliance cut tragically short by the narrow-mindedness of an earlier time.

If you crossed the room to talk to him, you would have probably found him gauche and rather reserved. He was decidedly lah-di-dah, but the reserve wasn’t standoffishness. He was shy, a man of few words. Polite small talk did not come easily to him. He might — if you were lucky — smile engagingly, his blue eyes twinkling, and come out with something quirky that would make you laugh. If conversation developed, you’d probably find him vivid and funny. He might ask you, in his rather high-pitched voice, whether you think a computer could ever enjoy strawberries and cream or could make you fall in love with it.’- B. Jack Kopeland, Turing: Pioneer of the Information Age