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Gosh, there are so many awesome TV shows to watch and I have so little time for them. It’s like a torture. How am I supposed to see them all? That’s the question…

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domiiik said: it’s not. the more languages you know the better! :)

Heh, thank you. :-) I do hope it’s not. Good thing is that Russian is not that difficult to study and at some points it is very similar to Czech. I hope I can study it on my own as a self-learner. :-D

first day of school: 30 pencils, 64 crayons, 20 pens, 12 rulers, 10 notebooks.
end of school year: 1 pencil you found in the hallway.
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#OH MY GOD#THEY SKIPPED SCHOOL#TO AUDITION FOR THE FILM#NO FUCKING WONDER THEY GOT THE PART#THAT IS LITERALLY SOMETHING#FRED AND GEORGE WOULD HIGH FIVE OVER
I absolutely love Benedict Cumberbatch as “modern” Sherlock Holmes. But I also love Ian Richardson (in the photo) as the “old fashioned/original” Sherlock Holmes. When I was a kid and first read Doyle’s books about Holmes, I always imagined Holmes in the way Richardson portrayed him in the movies. And that’s why Richardson is my favorite because he portrayed Holmes in the way I wanted him to be portrayed while reading the stories.
(PS: Don’t take it wrong: I still admire Ben and his work but let’s be honest - his Sherlock is kind of different than the original one written by Doyle. And they cannot be compared just because of the differences in the conception of the books and the BBC’ show.)

I absolutely love Benedict Cumberbatch as “modern” Sherlock Holmes. But I also love Ian Richardson (in the photo) as the “old fashioned/original” Sherlock Holmes. When I was a kid and first read Doyle’s books about Holmes, I always imagined Holmes in the way Richardson portrayed him in the movies. And that’s why Richardson is my favorite because he portrayed Holmes in the way I wanted him to be portrayed while reading the stories.

(PS: Don’t take it wrong: I still admire Ben and his work but let’s be honest - his Sherlock is kind of different than the original one written by Doyle. And they cannot be compared just because of the differences in the conception of the books and the BBC’ show.)

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