worldofthecutestcuties:

My friend’s cat watching tv.

thesassylorax:

mrcaptaincook:

kinesin (a motor protein) pulling a some kind of vesicle along some kind of cytoskeletal filament

via John Liebler at Art of the Cell

Well you can tell by the way that I use my walk I’m a protein man no time to talk

carpelibrumm:

"hows school"

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(Source: spookyfandumbbutts)

Achievement Unlocked: Douchebag Status Achieved by Ed Sheeran.

(Source: enchantedbyhiddles)

idrillia:

Look at them. Look at the brothers.  

Look at the haughty raised chin because appearances must always be kept, even if you’ve been caught on the hop by emotions or at the gym.

Look at the posture, ditto on appearances. Whether in a morning suit or lycra, a Holmes maintains his posture.  And his composure.

And the hand. The left hand and the curling fingers of impatience? Frustration? Frustration because they are brothers and love eachother really but it can’t easily be expressed?

Was this directed? Did one watch the other and take the gestures on?

Acting. It’s rather lovely.  Especially when done so blinking well.

(Source: holmeswilliam)

You know your teacher is great when he spends £200 on a suit just because Peter Capaldi wears the same one as the Doctor.

vampiremycroft:

Dear Mycroft

John said I need to give you gifts for your birthday

So here they are

Enjoy

From Sherlock

Young people watch [The League of Gentlemen] and go: “Look at Mycroft in a dress.” They’re looking at Mark and discovering this mad thing that he did before Sherlock, so that’s great because it’s kept alive.--

Reece Shearsmith on Sherlock introducing people to the the League of Gentlemen [x]

If you’ve never tried it then check out an episode or two! Mycroft-fans, say hello to Val Denton:

(via enigmaticpenguinofdeath)

javvie:

boze ale glupie XD ciag dalszy

agiss&jav

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