That moment of anxiety when you are about to use a word you learned in books but have never said out loud and have no idea how to pronounce it oh god what if I say it wrong everyone will know I am a literate fool
I told my 13 year old sister I’m gay today.
Her response: “Yeah, I know it’s kind of obvious. I don’t care, be with who you want to be with. As long as I can go to Taco Bell with you and your lady friend.”
sherlock & vicki
Sherlock’s face during this entire scene was priceless.
If I don’t reblog Vicky I’m probably dead.
I love how, at every turn, Sherlock is thrown, even if just for a moment, by Vicki’s answers. He knows that somehow she fits the pattern, but she’s challenging all of his immediate perceptions of what the pattern is. She’s not, by her exterior, immediately deduce-able (though I imagine after a half second of thought Sherlock’s response is always, “Oh, yes, obvious.” I love that this woman is presented on the surface as older (and still single, oh the horror!), with wrinkles and roots showing, working a “menial” job as a maid, and not only is she the kinkiest and perhaps most self-analytical woman in the bunch (I STILL want to hear all 10 of her Ideal Man criteria) but also the outlier and the continual wrench in each of Sherlock’s theories.
I will never not want to know more, see more and hear more from Vicki.
I would like a whole show about Vicki plzkthx.
Standup paddling #rockcreek lake