Thursdays almost over! This means its practically Friday! That calls for some celery😋 #celery #vegetarian #wonderpets
Remember when I was at the only place I wanted to be in the entire world? Yeah, let’s just go back to that. #Louvre #paris #raftofmedusa #sorrryimnotsorry #itryhardforanintrovert (at Musée du Louvre)
I am definitely doing the “grown up” thing wrong.
can’t socialise when sober/become a completely annoying idiot when drunk it’s a lose lose situation
Happy birthday to Gustav Klimt, born on this day in 1862.
Don’t miss a rare opportunity to see Klimt’s “Frauenbildnis (Portrait of a Woman)” in Gallery 158, on loan to the Museum from The Lewis Collection. Klimt began this piece in 1917 but it was discovered unfinished in the artist’s studio after his death in February 1918—you’ll notice this work is sketchier than most of Klimt’s densely decorated canvases. It is thought to be his third work to portray Maria (“Ria”) Munk, the daughter of Alexander and Aranka Pulitzer Munk, who had shot herself in 1911 at the age of 24, in despair over a lover.
Okay, this is definitely one of my favorite scenes.
First of all, this scene is one of the first instances where we see Sherlock changing from a great man to a good one. He initially calls Jim gay and shrugs it off as no big deal. Then he realizes Molly hasn’t caught on yet and he hears how hurt and confused she is. So he does something very unlike Sherlock. He takes it back. He doesn’t try to prove his cleverness, he just stops. He doesn’t ruin it for Molly.
Also, this scene is very important in the lead up to the Reichenbach Fall. Moriarty says Molly has told him all about Sherlock. It’s clear she’s infatuated with him, and obviously both Moriarty and Sherlock both know it. But what does Moriarty see? Sherlock is completely invested in his work, ignoring Molly as usual. He calls her date gay and returns to his work. Not something a good friend would do. He doesn’t appear to care at all about her feelings.
This explains why Molly wasn’t a target during Reichenbach. She didn’t appear to be very important to Sherlock, so Moriarty didn’t think of her as a potential target. Moriarty says his biggest weakness is that he’s “soooo changeable!”, but he didn’t take into account that Sherlock may have the exact same trait. No one, initially not even Sherlock, realized how important Molly could be. This left Molly able to help Sherlock outsmart Moriarty. Without Molly, Sherlock probably couldn’t have faked his death.
Also Andrew Scott is too cute for words.
I could literally write a list of grievances right now, but I’m choosing not to channel my inner Martin Luther
I was literally on for 1 minute.
I kept thinking it was going to get better, but it didn’t.