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Our love for Mary certainly escalated quickly, didn't it?

If Mary dies I'm going to sit in the corner wearing a tin foil hat saying,"well, maybe if I replay it, it'll end differently." << Omg when I read 'mary dies' I thought: Wait, that already happened. Turns out I was thinking about the wrong fandom.

Magpies in Sherlock... it can't be a coincidence that they are heavily associated with Moriarty and Mary...interesting

The Magpie Theory in Sherlock. It can't be a coincidence that magpies are heavily associated with both Moriarty and Mary. The sign of three, three for a girl, three for a wedding.

Sherlock & John

I love Mary and all but Like Sherlock knows John just as well as you if not better thankssssss

No. This hurts. This hurts so much. Because of all the shit that they've been through together--all the trials and struggles-- John marrying Mary, going back to her, and Moriarty's wickedness. Sherlock was there through it all. He was best man, he planned John's wedding, he killed a man to ensure John's happiness with a woman who shot the Consulting Detective out of cold blood, and he died for John Watson. Everything was for John because there will never be anything or anyone more important…

I feel like Sherlock would be less awkward in this instance for some reason

[gif] Mary and her boys. <3

9 'Sherlock' Season 4 Spoilers That Will Tide You Over Until 2017

I love Mary, but I don't trust this fandom any farther then I can throw it and I love this moment.but Mary has devil horns in this. There is also the Cam sending his regards at the wedding (initials for Charles Augustus Magnussen?

Mark Gatiss on his favorite scene from The Empty Hearse. [GIF-SET] <----- my favourite scene too (Favorite Hurts)

Mark Gatiss on his favorite scene from The Empty Hearse. [GIF-SET --> it was a brilliant scene by Martin.

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"The problems of your past are your business. The problems of your future are my privilege." I adore John and Mary. <- This is my ship! we need a ship name.

Some fun stuff for you :)

Burst with excitement!

A theory on the one unexplained thing in A Study in Pink: did Sherlock pick the right bottle? Quite interesting and clever. I am also a big fan of the theory that the poison was in the water with which the cabbie usually took the pill.