why celsius/centigrade is better than fahrenehenheit
- easier to spell
- all water below 0 is ice. easy and logical
- all water above 100 is steam. easy and logical
- if it’s 1 degree outside one day and 10 degrees the next you can literally say it’s 10x warmer and you aren’t even exaggerating
why farhenininheniehenhet is better than centigrate/celsius
- it isn’t
people who do most of their blogging on mobile are courageous and strong
Theory // V i c k y ::
"Sorry sexy, some secrets have to stay secrets.”
meaning - “to conquer, victory”.
marks - met Mayfly Man online, unidentified description: “couldn’t tell; he had a mask on” … occupation: “maid”… ideal night out: “dungeon”… makeup: “whatever’s cheap”
Personal Headcanon: Mysterious online “Vicky” is actually Moriarty, toying with Sherlock. Her answers are just vague enough that they could be made up. No face-to-face meeting, done by instant messaging online. References to wearing a ‘mask’. Ideal night out would be a dungeon. Do not tell me Moriarty could not construct a female online identity and history.
Re-watch that scene.
SO MUCH YES
Bilbo wearing the mithril shirt in the new poster x
I blame tumblr for jumping into BunnyLock bandwagon.
Happy Easter for those who celebrate! ★
alittlelostkitten : "I HAVE A NEED. John telling Sherlock that sherlock is beautiful while they do something like fluffy cuddles *^▁^*OMG I cannot even *dies from fluffiness* XD thanks again for the random giveaway win XD ♡♡ Love ur artttt XD"
Love you too darling! Hope this count as cuddles? In my mind they were watching some model/beauty shows such as ANTM on telly for no apparent reasons hahah
John and Sherlock brushing fingers as they exchange mugs and magnifiers and cell phones. Brushing hands in the back of a cab after a long case. Walking side by side down a narrow alley, brushing past one another hip to shoulder. Sitting a bit too close on the sofa, neither man making any effort to move apart. Lingering a little longer. Each waiting for the other to reach out and finally take hold.