At the request of my Blogger Commander....
Jim: Woo! Speed home, my dear, for msn is lonely without you.
Sherlock: Oh my god, you drama queen.
Sherlock: Seriously? You go from that eloquence to 'rofl'!?
Jim: I didn't have any reason to stick up for myself, so I agreed with a peal of laughter. Unfortunately the only ware to share that was through 'rofl.'
Sherlock: Your duplicitous verbosity is troublesome to say the least.
Jim: Dude, your vocabulary is about 5000 words greater than mine, kindly slow your stream of superfluous wording.
Sherlock: Artificial reduction of my verbal choices would not only be insulting to your intellect, but also a tragic waste of my mellifluous vocabulary! Surely you cannot advocate depriving the world of my effervescent prose!
Jim: You are of the belief that conversing like normal people would be detrimental to the world? Dear me, living in your head must be...... interesting.
Sherlock: Naturally. How would those striving for verbal betterment ever find their way without my discourse as a radiant guidepost on the path to brilliance?
Jim: I'm sure, my dear, that if the general population were indeed in search of 'verbal betterment,' then they would likely look to someone who had more of a stake in the literary world. Also, stuff it.
Sherlock: Oh pff. Only wannabes and has-beens populate the 'literary world.' The truly genius pursue greatness for its own sake, not for the gain of material wealth or pop-culture accolades. As an addendum, I formally refuse to 'stuff it,' as you so eloquently requested.
Jim: Your hypothesis is backed up well, although I still feel I should refute your proposal. Not all literary masters seek fame or fortune, some even becoming well known quite by chance. Are you sure you would not like to take this last chance to stuff it before I do it for you?
[Jim Moriarty thinks you're a doofus]
Sherlock: Ahh let your mind not be addled by a confusion in terms! In year past, yes, literary minds happened upon great fame and fortune in their craft. But that was a time when the literary medium was a primary form of entertainment, consumed by the masses! Nay, today's literary culture is a cesspool of self-indulgent menchildren.
Sherlock: Are you conceding my victory in the great war of the words?
Jim: Dude, was that ever even up for questioning?
Sherlock: You were fighting back.
Jim: Not very well. Your vocabulary would trump mine even if you were suddenly 3 again.
Sherlock: well you were fighting back really well for an aaaaverage person.
Jim: Oh thanks. That was very kind of you. You DICK.
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The art of trolling
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burningupthesuntosaygoodbye: NINE IS GOING TO PLAY MORAN IN SHERLOCK! Series 3 Cast LOL Not ^that excited. But it is pretty hilarious.
That Awkward Moment When
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Did you hear the joke about the pavement?
sketchlock: jambandit: geothebio: icewingsofparadise: Even Sherlock fell for it. FUUUUUUUUCCCCCC————— Puns are the classiest form of humour.
paint your own nebula →
burningupthesuntosaygoodbye: ziriam: anarcho-drew: faineemae: district-4-tribute: holy shit, this is beautiful. uhm.. uhmm…… guys…. look
missmonarch: theothersherlock: ancient-amateur: sherlogic: someinsanityrequired: hiyaj0die: aroseforreagan: Benedict Cumberbatch to play The Master on Doctor Who! http://www.express.co.uk/features/view/304650 Wholock fans Hit the ceiling LEGITIMATE SCREAMIIIING! SCREAMING WAHT How do I feel about this? I mean… I am happy, of course. But… It’s just weird XD ...
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