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cumbertrekky:

I don’t remember the BBC ever doing a congratulatory promo like this before. They are as pleased as punch.

Source:

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=807482505938836&id=470911516262605&refsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fm.facebook.com%2Fphoto.php&_rdr

lydieslittlefamily:

usuallycrazy:

Can we discuss how really, really cool it is that Olivia Wilde is breastfeeding her son for Glamour magazine?

Can we establish that it’s really amazing that it will be showcasing female breasts for their intended purpose and showcases her as a mother, just doing mother things?

Can I say that I find this unbelievably cool and I’m really glad it’s a thing that’s happening?

Even if I can’t, I’m gonna. Because it is and I’m really glad it’s happening.

This is so great

(Source: mydaily.co.uk)

khorazir:

"Sherlock throughout the Ages"

My second contribution to this month’s “Let’s Draw Sherlock" Challenge: Alternative Fashion Styles. Because I couldn’t decide which one to depict, I decided to draw a slideshow of 2000 years of fashion, all modelled by Sherlock. The periods I chose are:

  • Roman
  • Early Mediaeval (Age of Migration)
  • Anglo Saxon
  • Norman
  • Mediaeval
  • War of the Roses
  • Tudor
  • Elisabethan
  • Puritan
  • Restoration
  • Georgian
  • Regency
  • Victorian
  • Edwardian
  • WWI (officer)
  • 1920s
  • 1930s/40s
  • 1950s (Teddy Boy)
  • 1960s (Bondlock)
  • 1970s
  • 1980s/90s (Public School/Harrowlock)
  • Contemporary: Coat, Suit, Beepants, Sheetlock
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