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Sherlock: “I’d know exactly how to please a woman….”

Sherlock-Molly-Kiss-BBCGreat gods almighty. Have you read Benedict Cumberbatch’s interview with ElleUK about what sort of lover Sherlock would be? It’s, well, beyond hot.

Mr. Cumberbatch says, among other things, that Sherlock’s focus would make him a god in bed.

And then I would be devastating. I’d know exactly how to please a woman, I’d know exactly where to put my fingers, where to put my tongue, where to put my – his I should say – his fingers, his tongue. Think about violinists, think about what they can do with their fingers.

Whew. There’s even a part two where he talks about whether Sherlock had sex with Irene Adler and what made Sherlock’s kiss with Molly so hot. Read at your own risk.

New Obsession – Stuart: A Life Backwards


When it comes to movies and TV, I’m usually pretty copacetic.  I’m picky about what I’ll watch, but after that I have low standards, and I’m generally pretty good about accepting things as they are.

However, when I encounter something that I love – no, love – then I become obsessive.  I watch it, then I watch it again.  And again.  And play it in the background.  I look up information about the series.  Glom the actors’ past work.  Dig through IMDB.  Etc. etc.  My most recent obsession has been “Sherlock”, the BBC TV series with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, who are absolutely brilliant.  But in glomming both of their works, I came across the TV movie “Stuart: A Life Backwards”, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hardy.  And man, new obsession here. Continue reading