bennyslegs:

bbcbecausebenedictcumberbatch:

elementarymydearloki:

rebelaachan:

mildattraction:

passionsofawriter:

consultingt-rex:

bennyslegs:

“At Sherlock’s grave, before finally walking away, John’s quick-turn is how a lower ranking officer would leave the presence of a higher one after being dismissed. The whole time, consciously or unconsciously, John has viewed Sherlock as his superior officer, someone he needs to trust and take orders from in order to make their friendship/crime solving work.” (x)

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And that little nod he gives… its the kind a lower ranking officer would give when being dismissed. Its either a ‘Yes, sir.’ or a short nod. And so he’s being dismissed. He’s being dismissed from whatever life he had before Sherlock died.

NO

You just made this more heartbreaking gee thanks

you’re welcome

ivoryathena:

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