Sherlock and Watson complete and therefore need each other. And they do love each other in that way - but it is strictly bromance/friendship. It’s actually beautiful that such a pure friendship exists because each one makes the other better, while arguing and working together.
I was in a livestream session when Hounds of Baskerville came out and the chat was beyond out of hand. More then the usual crap. People were calling for John to pounce, trouserless, upon Sherlock every second, or for Sherlock to rape John in the woods. I mean, really?
So I go to the freezer in my residence hall to get the microwave dinner I put there earlier in the week. Turns out some ass fuck ate it. They also took a bunch of my popsicles. Ask me if I’m pissed. ASK ME.
now I’m making a whole pack of chicken wings so someone doesn’t steal them
“I have just given creation to a world of shit. The toilet water ocean being split open by my mighty turd continents, with my farts growling like thunder. In this world, I am God.”—a text from my very good friend, http://dallasoliver.tumblr.com
“I took Benedict Cumberbatch [his co-star in Starter for Ten and Atonement] up the Brecon Beacons a few weeks back. It was fucking hilarious. We started late because Benedict’s eyes are bigger than his belly, and we’d stopped in Hay-on-Wye and he saw some steak-and-kidney pie, and he had to have it: “Oh, we’ve got to stay and have some pie.” We finally started walking up this mountain, Pen-Y-Fan, at half past three. And of course the cloud came down. But I thought: I am not stopping, Ben, I am not stopping because of your bloody pie. So we kept walking and ended up with 5ft visibility. It was brilliant, though, amazing; this sheer drop, 1,000ft down, just to your left. You knew it was there but you just had to trust you wouldn’t step out into it. And then the cloud cleared for 10 minutes … I just felt I was in heaven.”—James McAvoy, on going hiking with Benedict Cumberbatch (source)