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elina-elsu:

Mrs. Hudson has been knocked up.

thisshitfunny:

madredenutrias:

Wait. … wait…


don’t do that stop doing that

thisshitfunny:

madredenutrias:

Wait. … wait…

don’t do that stop doing that

cries:

feelin good about yourself but suddenly you look at someone and then you look at yourself again and boom

trcunning:

earthdad:

ok but give me one good reason why you wouldn’t date Kermit the frog besides that he is a puppet and a frog

I can’t beat Miss Piggy in a fight. She’s very strong and knows karate.

fashionsfromhistory:

Torah Crown
c.1740-1750
Italy

Exceptional for its size and precious material, this Torah crown is a rare survival of 18th-century Italian silver and a testimony to the artistic virtuosity of goldsmithing in Venice. In synagogues the scroll of the Torah, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, is often decorated with a set of vestments and silver ornaments including a crown or finials, and a shield. The crown augments the Torah’s status as an object associated with royalty and speaks to the centrality of the Torah in Jewish life. The motifs depicted include ritual references such as priestly garments, a miniature temple, a menorah, and the Tablets of the Law, the latter engraved in Hebrew with the Ten Commandments. Such rich embellishment is indicative of the wealth and influential status of the Jewish congregation in the Venetian city state. The maker, Andrea Zambelli, is known to have made a wide range of ritual Judaica as well as religious silver for the local churches. A later inscription in Hebrew documents that this “crown of glory, and diadem of beauty” [Isaiah 28:5], was given by the philanthropist and president of the Jewish community in Padua, Gabriel Trieste, to his congregation in the mid-19th century. (The MET)

MET

fashionsfromhistory:

Torah Crown

c.1740-1750

Italy

Exceptional for its size and precious material, this Torah crown is a rare survival of 18th-century Italian silver and a testimony to the artistic virtuosity of goldsmithing in Venice. In synagogues the scroll of the Torah, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, is often decorated with a set of vestments and silver ornaments including a crown or finials, and a shield. The crown augments the Torah’s status as an object associated with royalty and speaks to the centrality of the Torah in Jewish life. The motifs depicted include ritual references such as priestly garments, a miniature temple, a menorah, and the Tablets of the Law, the latter engraved in Hebrew with the Ten Commandments. Such rich embellishment is indicative of the wealth and influential status of the Jewish congregation in the Venetian city state. The maker, Andrea Zambelli, is known to have made a wide range of ritual Judaica as well as religious silver for the local churches. A later inscription in Hebrew documents that this “crown of glory, and diadem of beauty” [Isaiah 28:5], was given by the philanthropist and president of the Jewish community in Padua, Gabriel Trieste, to his congregation in the mid-19th century. (The MET)

MET

startrekspeare:

"what’s a queen without her king?" well, historically, better

thescienceofjohnlock:

I love this scene, a happy Mrs Hudson, not afraid to gush over her beloved Sherlock and Sherlock looks genuinely happy (if a little embarrassed).

cinderlily33:

I had commissioned the lovely and wonderfully talented shootbadcabbies for this adorable kidlock fanart. 
My prompt was big brother Mycroft teaching baby brother Sherlock how to walk for the first time. 
This is one of two commissions that I’ve dedicated to my wifey, theskullonthemantle, as part of a brainstorming session we had on Skype about a Holmes Family snapshot collection. 
Thank you so much. I love it!

cinderlily33:

I had commissioned the lovely and wonderfully talented shootbadcabbies for this adorable kidlock fanart. 

My prompt was big brother Mycroft teaching baby brother Sherlock how to walk for the first time. 

This is one of two commissions that I’ve dedicated to my wifey, theskullonthemantle, as part of a brainstorming session we had on Skype about a Holmes Family snapshot collection. 

Thank you so much. I love it!

bakerstreetbabes:

Moar, please…………

ladyavenal:

jurgbury:

constantlyfreemaned:

John’s stag night…

John’s shag night


Hey-oooh

I still think they should have invited Lestrade.