Aristophrenic



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    Retirement wasn't quite what they'd expected. For one thing, they hadn't been in the same room for two years.

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    28 Jul 2012

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    awww old sherlock and john my boysssss

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    28 Jul 2012

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    aw

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    The first time Sherlock kisses him, John keeps his eyes open, and so does Sherlock, and mostly, he wonders what Sherlock could possibly be up to. There'll be some logic to this. Some ridiculous experiment about body warmth or respiratory rates or testing a new way of picking pockets. Sherlock does the unimaginable for bizarre reasons, but behind it, there's always logic and curiosity. Sometimes, it just takes him a while to explain it to John.

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    28 Jul 2012

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    feeeeeeeels

  4. Public Bookmark 72

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    Sherlock can't stop thinking about John's tongue.

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    17 Jun 2012

  5. Public Bookmark 80

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    Sherlock's "I'm above carnality, you mindless masses" attitude and penchant for danger land him in trouble: a spurned aspiring lover doses him with an aphrodisiac. Sherlock is determined to enjoy this new drug (gift horses and all that) and asks John's help dealing with it.

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    16 Jun 2012

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