sungl0ry:

Because we’re just alike, you and I. Except you’re boring. You’re on the side of the angels.


willamholmes:

Thoughts and ideas flow through his mind like a waterfall.



"What if I don’t fancy her in that way?" (x)



jmauriarty:

jmauriarty:

(sorry for the horrible graphic)

OKAY! So I’ve thought a lot about this, and I’ve decided that I want to create a Sherlock Family! I’ve been a part of other people’s and it’s been great so I thought why not have my own?

So here’s what to do:

- Send me what character you want to be
- If I have enough requests then I can possible extend this to include Doctor Who and Supernatural
-FOR NOW, it is just Sherlock
-You can also be a ship if you want to be
-Once you are a part of the family, track the tag #alora’s sf
-Reblog this post

That’s it!

(I’ll be making a page, but it won’t be up for a couple of days, more like a week)

IF YOU WANT TO SEE WHO’S TAKEN PLEASE CLICK HERE


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dramatisecho:

I’ve thought long and hard about what I want to say to you.”



Stayin’ alive. It’s so boring isn’t it?


bandersnatchers:

I like believing that Slytherins did fight in the battle, fought for their home, where they grew up. They probably dropped the cloaks and ties in order to not be a target.

Slytherins levitating rubble off of students

Slytherins sending the spiders flying out windows

Slytherins using hidden passages to evacuate students

Slytherins using hidden passages to sneak up on the enemy

Slytherins with no death eater affiliations, fighting death eaters to save their friends

Slytherins with death eater affiliations going through a mental turmoil as they have to make a decision on which home means more to them, and choosing Hogwarts.

Slytherins, fighting for Hogwarts because hogwarts is home. Where they had their first crush, kiss, ghost encounter. Where they learned how to read the stars and bottle fame. Where they met the people they now call brothers and sisters.

Slytherins man. Teenagers fighting in a war that they never should have to, but doing it anyway because they protect what is theirs.






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