Look at these perfect, beautiful people.
Final: Traffic Cone dress is for you.
Viclockians: Thanks for giving me the best day I’ve had in a long time. I love you guys.
Have I mentioned how much I love the Viclockians?
Posting for finalproblem (I was going to just send it to the blog, but there was no submit link). Found this at a gift shop in Pismo Beach, CA.
When I go on walks I take the precaution of a good coat and a short friend. Just in case we find a traffic cone.
I’m so behind on posts, I haven’t even shown you what My Watson gave me for Christmas.
It’s nice when someone gets you. (But then, that’s what Watsons do best.)
I used to be able to walk through a DIY store without wondering if I should get myself a decorative traffic cone. Damn you, Sherlock fandom, what have you done to me?!
It’s a traffic cone
It is red and white
Standing there all alone
It shines lovely and bright
It makes me smile
It makes people slow down
I can see it for half a mile
Then all I see is brown
Because I forgot to look up
My eyes were fixed on the traffic cone
And now I’m lying in mud
Reaching with a laugh for my phone
Ready for the test to determine if you’ve been on Tumblr too long?
When you look at this picture, you see:
A) Pretty people bein’ pretty.
B) Hey, it’s that show with the scarf guy.
C) Hold on, why is there a giant decapitated pig mural?
I turn my head away from the Sherlock fandom for one second and suddenly traffic cones
One year and one month.
As of today, we’ve been doing the traffic cone thing for exactly one year and one month.
SORRY I BROKE THE FANDOM, GUYS.
But not really. Traffic cones are brilliant.
submitted by the-improbable-1
(Because sometimes people get confused when a reblog only has a title & no text—note that the request above comes from sherlylikeswaffles.)
The other day I was browsing imbd and found a wonderful prompt for a Sherlock AU
This snowflake made my best friend after she read the instructions on barachiki (http://barachiki.tumblr.com/post/37898147349/snowflake-tutorial). It so beautiful. It’s a pity I’m not patient with doing art but my friend is so good at this.
If you can’t read it, it says: Slow down :)
LOVE THIS!!!! Please please send me links if you have done a snowflake as awesome as this!!!
Major Barrymore’s password might not be the toughest to crack, Sherlock takes quick inspiration from the nearby bookshelves. He’d get the password from one of the books. A biography perhaps? Ahh, of course.
Traffic cone— Wait, no. Pylon.
(This one is going out to bakerstreetskulls for reminding me that here in Canada we say Pylon and not ‘Traffic Cone’. I can’t believe I’ve been making these for two weeks and I didn’t even notice I’ve been using the wrong word for my country, but honestly, how often do you think about traffic cones or pylons.)