(Source: altair, via secretworldofabowtie)
“The gentle squeak of leather, the jingling harness, and the noise of hastily barked orders were drowned now by the pounding of hooves and the shout of the troopers as we galloped down on the enemy in the valley below us. Out of the corner of my eye, I was aware of the glint of Captain Nicholls’s heavy sword. I felt his spurs in my side, and I heard his battle cry. I saw the gray soldiers ahead of us raise their rifles and heard the death rattle of a machine gun, and then quite suddenly I found that I had no rider, that I had no weight on my back anymore, and that I was alone out in front of the squadron.”
PBS Interviews with Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat on The Art of Deduction
(Source: bkish, via cumberqueen)
When you’re in a lecture and half of your dash consists of porn.
Meanwhile, in the library…
When you notice someone you don’t want to bump into at the grocery store and you just try to ‘disappear’ between the aisles