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  1. Kiss, he's adorable too ^^ and so BAMF Mycroft Holmes
  2. Kiss, he is too funny to die. Irene Adler.
  3. Oh, Andrew's speech was adorable! And Ben and Matt's speech made me roll on the floor laughing out loud. Seriously, Sherlock Holmes and The Doctor <3 Steven Moffat's speech was... his chuckle at the beginning I was like: MOFFAT! You're doing this again! But hey, he was amazing. And now I need my shockblanket for the loss... No hard feelings against Dominic West, he is excellent too, but Benedict is kind of the Martin Crieff of the BAFTA's.
  4. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. I can read that a 100 times more. And a dutch book called: De Koning van Katoren - Jan Terlouw (translation: The King of Katoren, written by Jan Terlouw)
  5. My best friend is into an anime fandom and is a mod of a very active forum. She was so enthusiastic about forums, that I googled 'Sherlock forum' and came here
  6. Elvis Presley - Crazy Little Thing Called Love Elvis Presley - Blue Suede Shoes Elvis is awesome. He makes my summer worthwhile.
  7. 'But.... HOW?' I think this is the only think I could manage to ask
  8. Welcome! Is Alice really your name? If so, that's awesomeeeee! I've always wanted my name to be Alice, but my parents decided an other name for me
  9. I totally agree with you. It's the same as in the film business. I don't download movies, because I want to be an actress someday. Downloading movies destroys the industry in which I'd like to work later. AND I think the feeling of the material book/film is much nicer and the quality is much better
  10. Can I just say something happy? I am one of the outsiders in school and I have the luck that I am accepted and not bullied in an extreme way. They think I'm weird because I like theatre and such stuff. I know they call me weird. But tonight, tomorrow night and Thursday night I'm going to perform an epic song on beer bottles in the annual musicshow, organised by our school. I am SURE even the people in my class who call me weird will be blown away by our performance! Revenge!! muhahahahaa
  11. You're not the only one I thought that she'd tattoo 'BUT IT'S THE SOLAR SYSTEM!'
  12. Oh, please do watch the BBC version! My mom and I HAVE to see it every 3 months or so . It is really really really good and historically very correct My favs: The Boat that Rocked (HILARIOUS) Monty Python and the Holy Grail (HILARIOUSER) LOTR of course Alice in Wonderland (2010) Finding Neverland Big Fish The King's Speech Harry Potter (especially the first, the third and the last) Pirates of the Caribbean Narnia and a very special one: Komt een vrouw bij de dokter. This is a heartbreaking dutch film, but oh so beautiful. The leading actress is our dutch gem: Carice van Houten. I don't know if it's available in other countries, but I can guarantee that it's worth importing it.
  13. Oh I like it very much indeed! Thank you for the warm welcome. I feel at home here Prepare for frequent ducking on the floor ^^
  14. Is it good? Is the plot logical? Does the author keep them 'in character?'
  15. You know, Sherlocked, I happen to be making a paperback version this moment:P I am just copying and pasting it in word and making an pdf-file of it. EZ book will print it for me ( link: http://www.ezbook.nl/) It's a dutch site my father used to print some books. I just want to be able to read my fav fanfic without needing internet connection or my mobile phone. Of course with all credits to the fabulous MadLori About 'Kissing Sherlock Holmes'... I'd definitely read that! It sounds appealing to me. Has anyone here read it? Whoa JessieBlackwood, you wrote TWO novel(le)s?!? That's ...wow! Respect for your commitment! I used to write things myself, but I quit halfway through, because... well... something else interested me more... I guess...
  16. To make something clear: Firstly, I watched the Hound of the Baskerville and THEN I read the book. I laughed so hard when I read 'Mr Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound!' I literally HEARD Henry Knight saying it in my head. Those words followed me all day. It's great that Moffat and Gattis kept that line. The rest of the episode isn't really in sync with the book. So that little line made it for me The solar system-thing is a reference to A Study in Scarlet, which I read before I watched ASIP. That was a nice resemblance too. (did anyone watch the episodes with commentaries? Even Mark Gatiss didn't exactly know in which story Holmes and Watson were discussing the solar system) But it's the solar system!
  17. I've taken piano lessons for 4,5 years. That's 3 years ago. I quit because my friend introduced me to her drama club. And I've been acting since People say I am quite musical. I don't know if they are right, but I am able to learn instruments pretty fast. I have a tin whistle, a guitar, a piano of course and I like to sing. Next week I'm performing a song (this song: ). My friends thought I sing well enough to do this, but I have my doubts... I've always wanted to learn how to play the violin. I almost got lessons, but then I started acting
  18. My taste in music is very varied. I like classical music, jazz, folk, pagan folk, balkan beatz, indie, blues, soundtrack... almost everything exept metal and hardrock Bands: Queen Muse Coldplay (!! Omnia = pagan folk music. If you're into pagan stuff like nature, harps and trees, you'll LOVE this! The Beatles Artists: Elvis Presley. Seriously, that guy SWINGS. Blue Suede Shoes is my favorite song. Michael Bublé because of his voice Composers: Rossini Mozart Hans Zimmer Murray Gold Sherlock soundtrack of course Camille Saint-Saënts (le carnaval des animaux) I probably forgot some artists... I'll add them later
  19. I was exceedingly preoccupied by that little affair of the Vatican cameos, and in my anxiety to oblige the Pope I lost touch with several interesting English cases. —Sherlock Holmes, The Hound of the Baskervilles Good morrow! Here is a 16-year old girl typing from the Netherlands. I am an anglophile all over. My fandoms are common: Harry Potter, Doctor Who and BBC Sherlock of course. I love Shakespeare's plays and sonnets. I'd like to study acting and creative writing when I'm finished in high school. If I'm not accepted, I'll probably study English language and culture in Utrecht. went to Birmingham in autumn and when I was in HMV, I saw Doctor Who series 5 on sale. I knew there was a massive DW fandom and I wondered why they liked it so much. So I bought it. My life was never going to be the same. After I watched series 5, I ordered series 6 and did some research on Steven Moffat. By Christmas, I saw in our TV magazine that Sherlock was going to be broadcasted on BBC1. Unfortunately, I couldn't watch the first episode of series 2, so the first episode I saw was The Hound of Baskerville. I was flabbergasted. It was so funny and scary and AWESOME I had to watch the next episode too. The Reichenbach fall hit me like a bomb. I cried and cried and cried. Of course I had to order the first series too. So I did. Now, I'm totally SHERLOCKED. You have an enthausiastic forummember here Thanks for reading!
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