31 Recent Deviations
Just Haven't Met You Yet! Ch4"Greg, I don't know what I'm doing." Mycroft said a bit uncomfortable.Just Haven't Met You Yet! Ch4 by SherlockItsOnlyLogic
"That's okay My, I do. Just, grip it a bit tighter" Lestrade said bending Mycroft over a bit more.
"This position hurts my hips, and it didn't work the last time I tried, remember?"
"Bend your knees a bit more then, yeah? I promise it's going to be fun love, trust me."
"But there are children around this time!" Mycroft whined.
"Mycroft, come on its fine, trust me, I do it all the time"
"But what if they want to join in?"
"There are plenty of other areas for them to do that" Greg said eager for the next round.
Mycroft simply shook his head and did as he was told, spreading his legs further apart and bending his knees as suggested. Greg had been right; it did relieve some of the stress on his hips. At that moment Greg leaned over him, playfully pressing his hips into the others butt and wrapping his arms around the other, placing his hands on Mycroft's.
"Okay, ready? One, Two... Three-" CRACK. The ball met the bat and
Alice in Baker street // Chapter 1 Welcome back to the motherland. Mum.Alice in Baker street // Chapter 1 by PepperPeck
The small beep and vibration of her mobile phone receiving the rather cold text was enough to make Alice jump out of her uncomfortable drowsiness, just as the head hostess announced they’d started their descent towards Heathrow. She was knackered, completely. Ten-hour flight with crappy blockbusters to watch and a total of approximately 20 minutes of sleep. If one could call that bone-breaking somnolence sleep. She regretted, now, having being a bit stingy and not booking in first class. Anyway, it didn’t matter much, now; London Bridge was almost in sight. And her mother, with her incredible foreseeing, was right on cue, as soon as they could pick up signal from the skies. She couldn’t ignore the sarcasm and irony of the text and it amused her just enough for her to stretch out of her cramped up position and try and enjoy a little bit that she was, indeed, coming home.
On firm ground, the back lash of t
Alice in Baker street // Chapter 2She remembered there was a lab quite near from her office and decided to walk there first, whether it be the right one or not. As she entered without knocking, she found the nice intern girl looking busily through a set of microscope tablets. She popped her head up in surprised and smiled warmly to Alice’s familiar face.Alice in Baker street // Chapter 2 by PepperPeck
“Oh! Already set?”
“Hmm...Yes, wasn’t too much to do...haven’t got all my stuff here, anyway,” Alice smirked back, uneasily, her face refusing to stretch to a full grin.
“Impatient to get to work, then? You found your way up here well enough. ”
“Indeed. What are those?”
“Oh, they’re – “
Alice didn’t let her finish her sentence and snatched the box out of her hands unceremoniously. Flipping through the tablets, she forgot completely about everything. Suddenly, she felt the urge to work, and since she couldn’t start cutting up a brain or anything practical, she wanted to
Alice in Baker street // Chapter 3The next morning rose after Alice Woods.Alice in Baker street // Chapter 3 by PepperPeck
She was half a book, five cigarettes and a few of hours ahead of the first morning light. Damn jetlag.
But she resolved not to move out of her bed until she could say it was morning. Yet another habit. Some would call it OCD. She knew it was just habits, reassuring repetitions and principles she could break whenever she wanted. But while she had no need to, she liked sticking to them. Stay in bed until it’s actually a decent hour in the morning. Enjoy your bed; you might miss it during the day. She’d spent some of her early waking hours looking around her at her new apartment, like a sailor on a ship of sheets and blankets looking over to an ocean of wooden flooring. One big room, it seemed, as the living room and “bedroom” were openly connected. The living formed a half hexagon, with two big windows pushed into little rectangular corners, like tiny booths, a kitchen corner, small but functional, with a bar on the
30 dni - Day OneMolly nigdy nie miała złudzeń, co do powodów pojawiania się w kostnicy Sherlocka. A to chciał obejrzeć jakieś zwłoki, a to wyciągał od panny Hooper jakieś części ciała. Mimo że to wiedziała, zawsze ulegała jego proszącym oczom, komplementom, mającym odwrócić jej uwagę czy zaproszeniom na coś, co wydawało się randką, a w rzeczywistości było po prostu kolejnym eksperymentem czy zastępstwem za Johna.30 dni - Day One by SanAngle
Tymczasem coraz podejrzliwiej patrzyła na kolejne pomysły Sherlocka, który z racji tego, że John był nieco zajęty przez Mary, skupiał całą swą uwagę na niej, spędzając z nią coraz więcej czasu. Prawie wyprowadził się z Baker Street, przesiadując całymi dniami w kostnicy, opuszczając ją jedynie, gdy trafiła się jakaś sprawa i tr
(10) A Study in Skyrim [Sherlock/Skyrim Crossover]For the remaining nights of the full moon, John and Vistha camped in the witches’ cave, while Sherlock and Aela spent their nights in the mountains. They believed it would be the safest thing to do.(10) A Study in Skyrim [Sherlock/Skyrim Crossover] by Darkshine97
John kicked what appeared to be rat bones against the cave wall.
“This place is disgusting.” He said.
“The Glenmoril witches don’t care much for hygiene.” Vistha remarked, clearing a space for him to sit by the fire.
They’d prepared a fire after collecting firewood from outside. The small, flickering fire gave the dank cave an orange glow.
“How did you and Sherlock meet?” Vistha asked.
“We met in prison.” John poked a stick in fire, shifting one of the logs. “We escaped together. I think he’d known exactly how to escape for a long time, but he just didn’t know what he’d do on the outside.”
“So you escaped and came to the college?” Vistha inquired.
“Yes. I saw him transform not l
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