I read once that the ancient Egyptians had fifty words for sand & the Eskimos had a hundred words for snow. I wish I had a thousand words for love, but all that comes to mind is the way you move against me while you sleep & there are no words for that.
I can’t seriously be the only one to realize the Perry’s have an incredibly unique scaring method,Right?
They enter the room disguised as a perfect normal human being,And halfway through OUT COME THE TENTACLES AND HOLY SHIT FOUR ARMS AND WE CAN SEE TERRI’S FACE AND BOOP THERE IS TERRY TOO AND HOLY SHIT THAT IS NOT A HUMAN AT ALL.
(Also their front teeth are literally mirrored from each other HOW AWESOME IS THAT)
IMO, the Perry Bros. are the scariest monsters, by far, because they can really fuck with a kid’s head. They make a kid think that a parent in walking in, and then they pull out the stops. You know that’s gonna leave a kid with some major emotional issues!
YEAH THEY’RE THE SCARIEST. SQUISHY DOES NOT COME CLOSE TO THEM IN TERMS OF ABILITY. Like…I’m pretty sure that falls into the “Uncanny Valley” phobia, where humans recognize something that resembles a human, but it isn’t and it’s 100x more terrifying.
Legit scared me in theaters. I was all like, “daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayumm!!!!”
- Hug a girl to see if it’s true that they can feel their boobs.
- Walk around the house naked.
- Pee behind a building.
- Ask someone to kick me in the balls to see how painful some boys say it hurts.
- Yell at girls at the mall saying, “CAN I HOLLA FOR A DOLLA?”
- Stare at my penis.
- Get a blowjob.
you seem to think that getting a blowjob is easy
it is not
not with that attitude
The first time you see it, it can hit you really hard, especially since Sherlock is on a total roll and John delivers the line “please God, let me live” in a way where you can be forgiven for not being sure if it’s serious or snark. It apparently has the same effect on Sherlock, as well.
We never do get any details on how Captain John Watson of the Fifth Northumberland Fusiliers was wounded in action. But from this exchange alone, it’s clear the situation was extremely serious. He was badly wounded, nearly died, and developed PTSD- Sherlock had himself earlier pointed out that the original circumstances of John’s injury must have been ‘traumatic’, and he meant emotionally traumatic, not just violent and painful. The blunt earnestness of John’s response even trips up Sherlock for a second or two, and he’s just been ranting and raving about not understanding why a woman would care about her stillborn baby after fourteen years. This also works as a tearjerker in hindsight if you recall ‘Please God, let me live’ whenever John is genuinely in physical danger elsewhere in the series.
Pretty much everyone in the room agrees that in your last moments, you would think about the people you love the most. John apparently had no one to think about when he was close to dying. He really must have been lonely even before he returned from Afghanistan.
I hate you for making this post because it’s the best I’ve read on this subject and it hurts.