Is this last gif even real? Flawless.
Whenever a Sherlock Holmes slowly licks his lips, somewhere in the world a John Watson drops a wineglass and growls low in his throat.
This is why the Victorians needed fainting couches.
My “roommate” is off today for Montreal for a few days and I’m worried that one of two things will happen:
a) I won’t be able to adjust back to solo adventures because in a few short days I got very used to having tea made for me, someone else doing the dishes sometimes, and a laundry folder (she is a top notch houseguest), among her other admiral qualities.
2) I’ll adjust so well back to it that I won’t know what to do on Saturday when she returns. But then, she’ll be off again on another adventure, so there’s that. hmmmm
This movie better be good because Alan Turing’s contribution to history should have been committed to film ages ago.
Broadway actress Elaine Stritch dies at 89
The New York Times: Elaine Stritch, the Broadway actress and singer known for her stage and TV work and originating Stephen Sondheim’s hit song “The Ladies Who Lunch,” died on Thursday at her home in Birmingham, Mich. She was 89.
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There’s a not-so-secret trick for Canadian Netflix subscribers to access movies and TV shows that are supposed to be available only in the U.S. And a new report suggests one in three anglophone Canadian Netflix users have figured it out.
(on the above section) My immediate thought was, “d’uh”.