You’re a bit like my dad. He’s dead.. When he was dying, he was always cheerful and lovely expect when he thought no one could see. I saw him once. He looked.. sad. You look sad, when you think he can’t see you. Are you okay? And don’t just say you are, because I know what that means, looking sad when you think no one can see you.
You can see me.
I don’t count.
Alpha!Sherlock and Omega!Victor are true mates. They’ve been together since they were 17 and 18, respectively. Victor and their daughter Violet move to India for a year for Victor’s job while Sherlock stays behind and takes a roommate to study human behavior. This roommate is unmated Omega!John,…
Who plays this guy:
Once worked with this guy:
Who is the son of this guy:
Who played this guy:
Some odd Sherlock-ception is happening in my head right now.
Everyone dreams of finding their soulmate, the one person whose name is tattooed on their heart (at least, that’s what the romantics say). Those in the scientific community have a more developed concept of the phenomena: that a soulmate’s voice frequency, coupled with the precise rhythm and inflection of a key word, will trigger a reaction in their partner’s ears and cause their brain to release bliss hormones.
In short: soulmates find one another by speaking each other’s name. And there is no end to the possibilities in which soulmates might find each other, so there are always a variety of “first meeting” stories.
And for someone who claims to despise sentiment and people, Sherlock has a tendency to talk about his soulmate quite regularly.
"Are you always this dense, Anderson? My John would have figured it out by now."
"I suppose I should clean all this blood off me. John hates it when I get blood on the carpet."
That in itself isn’t that problematic, after all, who hasn’t dealt with an enamored colleague?
The problem? No one has ever met John. No one even knows what he’s supposed to look like. And since Sherlock Holmes is not the most likable person on the planet, everyone assumes that John is a work of fiction from the mind of a sociopath.
People handle Sherlock’s pretend soulmate in differently: Molly simply smiles and nods slowly, Anderson and Donovan insist on proof on John’s existence (which Sherlock refuses to give them). Even Greg has his doubts about the mysterious John, despite being informed by a minor government politician that John was in fact real.
Of course, that all changes when Sherlock is hurt during a case, and an average looking man arrives at the hospital, demanding to see his husband.
For my photography class I did series of self-portraits in which I attempted to portray culture and counterculture for the past 10 decades. This is the product of that idea…
this is SO COOL oh man
Beautiful eyes of Sherlock Holmes in every episode of BBC Sherlock