I've got nothing to do and I'm waiting for Dad to finish bathing so I could go to school already. So here's a photospam of Sherlock. I absolutely adore the best man speech. He was so cute and nervous there!
I checked Tumblr the other day and saw so many Sherlock photos and posts that I got a little curious. Since I was really into the book when I was little, I thought I might give it a try. I don't have BBC so it was kinda hard for me to find a way to watch it, and my friend said she watches it on Fox or StarWorld or AXN, I think, I don't remember, but they showed it at, like, 11 pm so I'm not allowed to watch it because my parents are watching tv everyday during that time. So I did the only thing that I thought would work. I downloaded it. So, yeah, I had a marathon of it during the weekend(which was a really bad idea, considering the amount of work I had to do) and what can I say? First episode was freaking fantastic! Amazing! Brilliant! Benedict was so... Sherlock. It was amazing to watch a very different version of book I loved so much to read. It was all so brilliant how they came up with the idea of Sherlock living in the modern world. It's just... WOW! Sorry, I'm being too enthusiastic, aren't I? Erm... So, yeah. It was great. Loved John so much. He was so adorable. I think the two of them, Johnlock, were so adowable. Gosh. I just love them so much. But by far, Mycroft wins the trophy for my favorite character. It's just really heart-melting to see him worry about his brother. And whenever he tries to persuade Sherlock into accepting his help or doing something for him, it's so funny! Personally, I think, no matter how cold and uncaring Mycroft acts, he's still a really awesome brother on the inside. But I wouldn't know, I've got a rubbish big brother. I was kinda teary-eyed while watching 'His Last Vow'. Mostly because I couldn't believe Sherlock would betray brother just for some files, partly because I honestly thought it was the end of the Sherlock Holmes and John Watson story. And then Moriarty comes in, and I swear I was so effing happy I almost dropped my tablet. I swear to you I said these words: "Three Episodes and Moriarty's alive. It's Christmas." without even realizing that it was a reference to the first episode. And yeah... That's all for now...
But I can't help wondering. How did Moriarty survive? And you remember when Mycroft was talking to Lady Smallwood after Sherlock's arrest? Who was he talking about when he said, "You know what happened to the other one..."?
I know I said I was gonna do a review. But I just have to vent out my feels for the book so forgive me if this bothers you. I swear it won't be too long. Here goes:
Gosh. I hate you. I hate you, Agustus. I hate that you had to die. I hate that you had to be so perfect. I hate that you had to be so, so, so, so, UGH! I can't even describe it. You're funny, friendly, hot, annoying(in a good way), and absolutely PERFECT. And I hate it. Because of your death, we're all sad now. Hazel, your parents, Isaac, and us(the fangirls). You left us, but I know it's not your fault. I just. I can't bear to know that the fictional character I love is either dead or taken. And you're both. The book impacted me in such a way that my life will never be the same again. I'm pretty sure that even if I try to forget, even if I grow up, I'll never forget. The book will always and forever hold a place in my heart.
And that's that. thanks for reading(if you really did read all that) :D
Couldn't help myself. Here's a photospam for peeps who have read the book. Hope it makes you sad cause it sure did that to me... :D
They're just so...so...so...so...I can't. I just. I can't describe it. I just. can't.