HAPPY INTERNATIONAL SHERLOCK HOLMES WEEK!!!! WOOOOOO!!
Darlingist sexiest adorablest Benedict,
What can I say to you that hasn’t already been said? You’re adorable? I love you? These are true. I want to tell you also that you have made me a better person. I have read that you don’t think you’re that attractive yet your Sherlock projects this image of utter confidence. I also read somewhere where you said it was almost overwhelming to you when you realised how far you were from & how much work was needed to get to where you wanted to be in your career. Yet you made it! This plus the fact that the Sherlock character is so disliked by other people (on the show) yet idolized and a hero… and how you have managed to Cumberbatch people ALL OVER THE WORLD…. it just made me feel like I could be like you because I have had some really horrible things happen to me in my life and some days are truly a hard struggle. I look at you and your character & see an image I can try to be like. I love how you seem very moral and proper in your real life and I wish I could give you a warm hug and a few sweet kisses because the world needs more people like you Benedict Cumberbatch and we are in awe of you and can’t wait to see what other amazing things you accomplish! XXXX OOOO
In this universally loved Masterpiece a tale is told of a young country squire of no great means faced with the daunting task of securing husbands for his four sisters, but what of his own future? Is young Dr. John Watson doomed to live the life of a Confirmed Bachelor? Or can Love melt the proud heart of Mr. Sherlock Holmes newly come to Netherfield Park? Don’t miss the exciting first chapter of “Pride and Prejudice and Sherlock” !
Praise for “Pride and Prejudice and Sherlock”:
I had nothing to do with this. —-Jane Austen
Never read it. —-Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Mine was better. —-Seth Grahame-Smith
Stop calling me. —-Benedict Cumberbatch
Dr. John Watson
This scene will ALWAYS make me cry. It should win all kinds of awards. The music, the cinematography, the writing, Martin Freeman’s flawlessness, and the fact that it can make me cry like a baby every single time. Just…yes.
THAT is some bloody great writing ;)