My english teacher is a fan of Sherlock
She also knows that I am a fan of Sherlock
She told me I couldn’t put Benedict in my presentation
She will never know.
Knitting is boring.
Infinity Sherlock Scarf based on the excellent ‘My Favourite Things’ pattern.
(I designed some of the patterns, tweaked others. Please send me an ask if you’d like me to point you to specific designs.)
Could you be any more perfect?
Somebody teach me how to do this, PLEASE!!!
From Psy - Gentleman (x)
Then let’s make this non-Sherlock fandom thing. Very simple. Ahaha.
First, Majestic prince and his little hobbit
And then Star Trek. Problem solved. :D *laughs like a pretty child*
where’s doctor who?
It was being made. Sorry for reblogging this awful post again guys. But I couldn’t not make Doctor Who.
But wait where’s Harry Potter
I’m so sorry for reblogging this, but I realized I accidentally left out Harry Potter,
and the last, LotR.
Now I think I’ve almost done with almost every fandom which regularly appears on my dash(and I don’t know well about other fandoms- sorry again), I’ll stop here. Sorry for the repeated inconvenience, guys.
We Are Fandom, Hear us Roar http://bit.ly/Zlsl1O
Click through above for a fantastic fandom article!
“Recently, the new wave of internet fandom has come under scrutiny, particularly in the Sherlock Holmes community. Some of the more traditional fan-based groups that pride themselves on their scholarly approach to their passion showed disdain for the new generation of Sherlockians. It is no secret that some prominent members of the Baker Street Irregulars (we’re looking at you, Shreffler) expressed their disapproval of popular podcasters, The Baker Street Babes. The situation even warranted a mention in a New York Times article. The fact that anyone’s “fan cred” can be questioned is ridiculous. The fact that female fans were targeted specifically YET AGAIN is outrageous. Didn’t we just fight this “fake geek girl” battle? Clearly the war is still ongoing.
The BSI and BSB situation raised an interesting dialogue on what it means to be a fan, one which we believe the majority of the BSI responded to beautifully. The fact of the matter is, anyone can be a fan of something. It doesn’t truly matter how long you’ve been a fan of Sherlock Holmes or the Avengers. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t read every single canon story and if you don’t write academic essays on the homoerotic subtext of Batman comics. It doesn’t matter if you don’t regularly discuss the deeper symbolism of Doctor Who episodes at dinner parties. If you love something you are free to express that love and connect with others in any way you see fit. This is a truth that should go without saying.”
Amen. Stop hating on love, people! I’m allowed to love what I want, when I want, and how I want (as long as it’s legal, right?). And I respect and celebrate my fellow fangirs/guys for their ability to love. No one should feel shamed or like an outsider for expressing their love and joy.
But I love the power of new media, and Kickstarter is the coin purse that can help shape it.
If you go to the Kickstarter now, you might be able to see it hit its $2 million mark in about… oh… say… 20 minutes. It’s more entertaining than most TV shows,…
Here’s my painting! “Son of the Fall.” It’s based on the painting “Son of Man” by Rene Magritte. Credit for the idea goes to my best friend/sister Kinsraw: http://kinsraw.tumblr.com/
Apple. Reichenbach. IOU a fall. Etc.
Acrylic on canvas
O. M. G.
There’s fan art, and there’s art by fans.
the flood represents our creys
The flood represents our creys.
The flood represents our creys.