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A lot of Sherlock (BBC), Benedict Cumberbatch, a bit of photography/fashion, and a few other scattered things.

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I drink tea like you breathe air and eat hashbrowns like there's no tomorrow.

I met Benedict Cumberbatch at OzComicCon in April 2014. It was awesome.

Reading:

Vanity Fair
(Thackeray)

Watching:

Outlander (S1)
Vikings (S1)
Ripper Street (S2)
Hawaii Five-O (S5)

Studying a Bachelor of Science.

Forensic and Analytical Science.

A friend and I made a Facebook page for some reason (I don't know why, to be perfectly honest), and would much appreciate it if you liked it!

Just another random fangirl

We decided to make the page a Tumblr account too. Another thing of which I'm clueless to the reasoning.

If we are mutuals, there is a remote chance I'll give you my Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Skype.

Just send an ask, but I will be checking. And asking doesn't automatically mean I'll oblige.

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I’ve spent a lot of time getting to where I’ve gotten by observing human behavior, so I’m really sensitive to it anyway. And you can’t help but feel that you’re on show, which on good days is fine — you breeze through it, and do whatever you do as a performer and a human being to just feel relaxed and comfortable in your own skin. But we all have days when we’d rather not show our face for whatever reason — because we’re hungover, withdrawn, whatever it may be, physical or emotional. And then it’s really hard. It’s really, really hard, because you just don’t want to engage with it. (x)

I’ve spent a lot of time getting to where I’ve gotten by observing human behavior, so I’m really sensitive to it anyway. And you can’t help but feel that you’re on show, which on good days is fine — you breeze through it, and do whatever you do as a performer and a human being to just feel relaxed and comfortable in your own skin. But we all have days when we’d rather not show our face for whatever reason — because we’re hungover, withdrawn, whatever it may be, physical or emotional. And then it’s really hard. It’s really, really hard, because you just don’t want to engage with it. (x)

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that just… sort of… happened. 

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It was not, after all, so easy to die.

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I can tell you how to bottle fame, brew glory, and even put a stopper in death.

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