Cosmetic box in the shape of a composite capital, made in Egypt, 664-300 BC (S)
“Charles Doyle’s second attempt at a picturization of Holmes shows the old woman calling for the ring lost by Jefferson Hope. Seated at his desk, the detective presents a physiognomy that has some points of similarity to the one shown in the first illustration but looks even more dissipated—somewhat as one might imagine Edgar Allan Poe to have looked on a morning after an especially lurid night before.” — Walter Klinefelter, Sherlock Holmes in Portrait and Profile, 1975. (Illustrations by Charles A. Doyle for A Study in Scarlet, London: Ward, Lock and Co., 1888.)
the people who like say ‘1 second has passed’ when ur like ‘just give me a sec’ are the people u need to avoid and sacrifice to the aztec gods
the anti-hero archetype: the protagonist who lacks heroic spirit and/or a hero’s virtues, morals, ideals; one who blurs the lines between hero and villain.
This isn’t going to have a happy ending.