I'm 24 and an artist in soCal. Tumblr is my muse. I post a lot of stuff that inspires me: art, recipes, nature & photography. I also post things that just look cool: fashion, interesting articles, & sarcasm. Hope you enjoy.
Things I'm a Fan of:> - hannibal - sleepy hollow - attack on titan - sherlock & sherlock holmes (movies & canon) - doctor who - supernatural - star trek (TNG, 2009/2013 movies) - parks and recreation - buffy the vampire slayer
I do like how the official Doctor Who tumblr reblogged this.
No. I will not start watching Merlin. Tumblr has exposed me to enough television as it is. I CAN’T HANDLE ANY MORE.
do iiiiit. watch meerrrlliiinn.
(also: this post of mine is decades old. HOW IS IT STILL GOING?)
I think this would get all kinds of gloriously awkward pretty damn fast. Harry’s going to wonder why Merlin is a servant boy and not a powerful wizard with a staff, and Arthur’s going to be wondering why apparent hunters wear such flimsy cloth.
Dean’s going to be wondering if Sherlock is possessed by an angel or a demon because godammit nobody but those guys acts like that, and John’s going to be wondering who on earth this special Doctor friend of Sherlock’s is.
Rory will wonder if a thirteen year old boy with a stick can really help before he remembers the Sonic Screwdriver is a stick and the Doctor acts about thirteen anyway. Sam will wonder if Arthur has Excalibur somewhere, and does this mean they’re hunting dragons again?
Sherlock will wonder how long it will take everyone but the Doctor and himself to figure out what’s going on. The Doctor will probably wonder if everyone he’s picked up will like bunk-beds.
Dean will get in shouting matches with all the British people over the correct names of food.
Captain Jack will show up and try to seduce everybody except Harry. Dean will give him a bloody nose for trying and he will complain about early 21st century heternormativity while Dean glowers and talks about pussy in excess.
Sam will geek out over everything, which the Doctor finds delightful and Sherlock will find tedious.
And then Dean will try to hit on Amy, only to be interrupted by Rory and say, “You’re married to him!?”
This seemingly-simple man was surprisingly difficult to analyze. Nothing seemed to match up, and when Sherlock did spit out his usual chain of deductions, a lot of it was just patchwork guessing (although he’d never admit it; he did have a reputation to uphold, after all).
“Did I get everything right then?” Sherlock asked, preening a little bit inside.
“Not a single thing! But it was brilliant anyway!”