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  1. Public Bookmark 16

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    This is probably the best thing that has ever been written and im waiting for my newbery award

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    02 Nov 2014

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    the cummies

  2. Public Bookmark 37

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    By daylight, the palomino and the black stallion can be found side by side on the carousel, transfixed in place via metal poles through their backs as they ride in endless circles for the delight of children.

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    15 Jul 2013

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    pack your bags John, we're going to (my brain wants to say Devon so maybe Devon)

    why are we going to (maybe Devon)?

    there's a CARNIVAL john

    .....there's a carnival in (park) every summer

    pack your bags John, we're going. to (maybe Devon).

    (so they go to Devon and start chatting around about the carnival which is SPOOKY and HAUNTED and hear all the creepy stories the locals have about it, all of which sound easily explained ("dark shapes in the night? soo... maybe the janitors?" "loud noises, tipped over trash cans? I think you have stray cats" kind of thing) and then they go there and maybe it takes a day and maybe it takes more but they get caught up in all the creepy shit and LO AND BEHOLD IT'S ALL REAL.

    when the men from London didn't check out, the hotel owner charged an extra day to their card. when they still didn't, he stored their bags in the administrative office, reported the disappearance, and booked the room to someone else. he was baffled when London police took such a keen interest in this particular carnival-related disappearance, but he cooperated with the silver-haired DI. later, he handed the men's bags over to a well-dressed man with an umbrella without complaint. he didn't know why MI5 was so interested in those two men, and he didn't want to.

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    Violins are stupidly complicated to play well. That’s probably why Sherlock likes them--well, that and because he can annoy the heck out of Mycroft by playing deliberately badly. Luckily, Sherlock fandom, you do not actually have to learn to play the violin! This guide will help you convince your readers that Sherlock knows how to play the violin without requiring you to endure years of violin teachers shouting at you for tiny details of your technique. ("Stop avoiding the frog! Bow parallel to the bridge!")

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    02 Feb 2013

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    Exactly what I was looking for when trying to figure out what kinds of violin music Sherlock would play, and what of that John would like.