Anonymous asked: Soooo....what if it's not Sherlock's DNA and good luck, but *Holmesian* DNA and good luck that led to the success of Oliver? Because I swear, the thought of cloning Mycroft and having clone!Mycroft be the younger brother of clone!Sherlock makes me alternately hysterical and absolutely gleeful. (I mean, of course, Greg and Mycroft could rear clone!Mycroft but for maximum *everything*, him as Oliver's baby brother is just too much to pass up.)
Hahahaha! This cracked me up. :-)
Ollie’s first microbiology cloth book! Saw this and had a N&N moment. *sigh*
In my head, John has written these up and started selling them to make money.
Thanks, folieadeux98, for the heads-up!
There was no fire.
John was in the kitchen, clattering around as he made tea, slowed by the unfamiliar layout. A minibreak at a cottage in winter, thought Sherlock. Honestly.
“John, there’s no fire,” he said, helpfully.
John appeared in the doorway. “You have to make it.”
“What sort of fireplace is this?”
“The original sort, before we invented the gas sort.” John moved into the room and stuck his head into the fireplace.
Sherlock focused on the ideal view of John’s bottom he was now presented with. “I understand the point of this sort of fireplace now,” he remarked.
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model pirate ship that he can assemble?
It’s certainly an idea. John is dreading the mess Sherlock may make of the pieces if he gets frustrated.