Alright, I feel like I need to talk a bit about something. Namely, what I have been seeing lately in the Sherlock blogs I follow.
I see some lovely people saying they are leaving tumblr, or going on hiatus because of the Fandom and how it’s not very nice and I think I must be missing something… because while some people I follow have opinions I don’t totally agree with (and/or attitudes towards things like ships and theories), I don’t feel this way. I don’t feel personally upset about any of it. And if I do slightly I just pass it by. Is this because I never go on the Sherlock tag and simply reblog and see the things that are on my dashboard? And then one would assume I’m simply following all quite lovely people? Or am I just being someone who doesn’t stand up to an issue and watches from the sidelines… Or someone who doesn’t see the point or pleasure in stirring up drama because, well, I never have.
This reminds me a bit of high school. I was never apart of any friend dramas, fights or general unrest and just recently one of my friends told me I was a bit of a wallflower… and I don’t know if this is simply who I am and why my experience on tumblr is like this or… I don’t even know what? What are words okay time to stop rambling-
If someone wants to explain things I have missed or just not been exposed to please feel free. I do like to know what’s going on but I also want to continue to enjoy being on tumblr and being surrounded by all the fantastic people I’ve come to recognize on my dash over the years.
I still can’t believe I have a handful over 1k of followers and I just want to give you all hugs because you are all lovely.
Thanks for making tumblr something fun for the past 2 (or maybe three? Wow time flies) years. ♥ Thoughts?
"The average writer has three plot holes a story" factoid actually just statistical error. Steven Moffat, who lives in a cave and has over 10,000 plot holes an episode, is an outlier adn should not have been counted.