professorfangirl asked: 305!!!!
What, you actually want to spoil the ending of the final kinkathon? Well, not that it isn’t predictable. But it’s going under a cut.
Er, geekerpeekery requested 301, and judging by a couple of my previous answers something has gone TERRIBLY WRONG with my sentence counting system, and 242 is only a few away from 301. Oh well. Maths isn’t a prerequisite. And it’ll all be posted on Sunday…
‘Fuck, John!’ Sherlock is moaning.
44 for hbbo:
He can’t quite think, and here and now that is good.
118 for pineapplesage:
This is forbidden.
city-lights-like-rain requested 242, which is, in all its profound glory:
No, this is definitely not making me look subtle.
OK, otterondeck asked for 12, which I shall honour, but I SEE YOUR GAME, PEOPLE (or possibly I imagine it). No conspiring to construct paragraphs! Make future requests for numbers above 20, please!
12 ‘I’m not starting with your neck,’ John says, a slight laugh in his voice.
Hm, requests of 13 and 17 from levynite and wiggleofjudas respectively seem to make a good pair:
13 He moves off, and Sherlock hears the clink of chains.
17 ‘You should barely be able to flinch.’
This is not making my writing look subtle…
I’m just prepping the rest of Always London for posting. It brings home the fact that IT BE FINISHED because for 18 months I’ve had this file on my desktop and pen drive called ‘Four Corners of the Western World’ and suddenly it’s being filed away…
Anyway. It goes up Sunday afternoon.
Until then, anyone want porn sentences? Choose a number from 1-305 and the first 10 of you get your choice, if there’s that many (I think I did once get seven!)
ETA: No more requests for numbers under 20(!)
Okay I know I just flailed over Mrs H but Mary’s got an arm around Molly’s waist and I immediately imagines a swingers situation.
sometimes I wonder why I have two blogs. Then I remember posts like these. but OT4!!! Everybody get some!
Hm. I seem to be spontaneously sprouting a headcanon in which fortysomething Mary is a practical-minded older sister to Molly and helps her get over Sherlock and find a more viable boyfriend, and John stays out of it because he’s a repressed manly man and can’t cope with them laughing at his tache, and when Sherlock comes back Mary and Molly roll their eyes and COPE while John is imploding, and look after him a bit but don’t devote themselves solely to tending his manpain because there’s plenty of dark humour to be had as well…