Sherlock: YOU FAKED YOUR DEATH?

Moriarty: YEAH

Sherlock: DUDE ME TOO

Moriarty: OH MY GOD

*HIGH FIVE*

*Theme music plays*

sherlock

whoisyourpaddy:

well, now I know what I’m doing every time a car alarm goes off

(Source: merakiandmelaninblooms, via punchthosebuns)

ultrafacts:

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The oxygen in our lungs, the iron in our blood and the carbon in our body were all made by an exploding star billions of years ago.

ultrafacts:

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The oxygen in our lungs, the iron in our blood and the carbon in our body were all made by an exploding star billions of years ago.

heyxkids:

lynnmewcrescent:

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baynecroft:

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

Imagine that when you see a city’s skyline, you taste blackberries.

 Perhaps you are completely convinced that Wednesdays are light red. If you have experiences like these, you might have synesthesia.

Synesthesia means joined perception. 

It’s when your brain perceives one sense such as hearing at the same time with another sense like sight. 

The most common form is confusing letters and objects with colors. Someone might associate a plane with a green color. 

Scientists believe that it happens when there’s cross-wiring in the brain, when neurons in one sensory over cross over to another.

SOURCE AND MORE INFORMATION

here are interesting cases people have submitted to me! 

fun fact: i have major grapheme-colour synesthesia, mostly with numbers

like 1(but not the word one for some reason) is grass-green (like a prairie green i guess it changes sometimes) 2 is bright yellow, nine and ten are dark greys, and 31 is forest green (i have others but those were the first ones that i recognised when i was little)

as you can imagine, precalc is a trip

I HAVE THIS OMG

I think I have it too

My numbers have personalities and genders god damn I’m weird

(via queen-of-the-cupcakes)

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