OH MY GOD
I think my favorite thing about this generation is how seriously everyone takes their Hogwarts house.
my mind is telling me “it’s midnight” but my heart is telling me “read this 70k fanfic”
#she terrifies men because she forces them into their true shapes #she is the sea there is no room for pretense in her #she will not allow anyone to render her less than what she is #she will not allow others to be anything than what they are #barbossa is a corpse and davy jones is nothing more than shell and bone and ruin dredged up from the ocean floor #’calypso’ is greek for ‘to conceal to hide’ and that is her root#she is the truth waiting to devour you from beneath
I’ve been waiting to see Calypso on my dash.
Can she have her own movie?
hyperbole is my favorite literary device i use it like 600 times a day
Kingdom Hearts 3
is probably years away
It’s not “bacon,” it’s a pig.
It’s not “veal,” it’s a calf.
It’s not “steak,” it’s a cow.
It’s not “meat,” it’s an animal…
its not “fruit”, its dividing cells that accumulate fructose…
it’s not delivery. it’s digiorno.
It’s not a scene, it’s a god damn arms race
It’s not “levioSA”, it’s “leviOsa”
Maybe it’s Maybelline
I have just realized
Tumblr is literally the sea
And the deeper you get, the weirder and scarier its inhabitants are
plus, I mean look at all the ships…
OH MY GOD YOU GOT ANOTHER POINT THERE
So Sherlock has been tortured. That’s sort of obvious, since we see it happening in this scene.
But there are older wounds along with the new ones, likely provided by our friend here with the cheating wife.
And Sherlock is holding up pretty well for someone being tortured, so it’s likely been through this before.
Sherlock in this episode is different. More extreme with his emotions, both ways. And that’s concerning, especially when a self declared high functioning sociopath (*cough* bullshit *cough*) is involved.
And how about those auditory hallucinations? They could be one of (likely) two things
- PTSD. Auditory hallucinations can occur in people with severe or chronic PTSD, which Sherlock could have, considering two years.
- Drugs. Auditory hallucinations can also occur as a result of intoxication or withdrawal from a number of drugs, including cocaine and amphetamines.
Neither of which is very nice, but the PTSD is looking more likely, considering what we’ve seen in this episode of the torture.
So Sherlock is obviously not the same. He can’t expect John to be the same, and I think he’s realized that after the events of the first episode. But John must also realize that Sherlock isn’t the same. And he’s likely not going to talk about it (especially considering they’re both awful at ‘that sort of thing’) so John may not think to ask.
Bottom line, Sherlock is damaged and hurting, physically, mentally, emotionally, psychologically, and John needs to understand that too and support him through that, like Sherlock once did for him.