why are mini m&ms so much better than normal m&ms
because there’s this thing called the square-cube law (x) which basically says that as volume decreases, so does the surface area, but not as quickly (by the square of the scaling factor, instead of by the cube), which means that smaller m&ms have a higher candy:chocolate ratio than normal ones
i was gonna call u a nerd… but.. thats actually….kinda…interesting
John’s face as he sees Sherlock rushing into the fire to save him. Ugh, my heart.
He’s literally mouthing “What?”
He never understands. START UNDERSTANDING, JOHN. Sob.
To rephrase your last statement.
:He never understood. He started understanding. Oh, John…
But this also makes me think how Sherlock never told John he pulled him out. Clearly after being pulled out John blacks out and I’m sure he asked what happened exactly, and instead of telling him he got through the lit bonfire to pull him out risking his own integrity he spat out some lies about firemen or even some stranger because he doesn’t want John to owe him anything, because he knows John is still angry and he doesn’t want John to think it was some kind of making up for what he did and above all he doesn’t want John to think he is Sherlock’s soft spot even if he actually is, because Sherlock Holmes doesn’t do feelings. It’s actually heartbreaking, hold me.