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    John wanted to know how I did as Sherlock

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    John wanted to know how I did as Sherlock

    Post by JimMoriarty on Tue Apr 03, 2012 6:49 am

    So here you go. I'll post them all in separate posts.
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    Me and a Jim

    Post by JimMoriarty on Tue Apr 03, 2012 6:52 am

    Stranger: Let's have dinner. -JM

    You: Let's not. --SH

    Stranger: And why not? -JM

    You: Where did you get this number? --SH

    You: I don't generally have dinner with people who've tried to blow me up. --SH

    Stranger: I have my sources. -JM

    Stranger: Ah, ah. I tried to blow your doctor up. You would have been an unfortunate victim. -JM

    You: You wouldn't have blown either of us up. It wasn't time. --SH

    Stranger: Quite right. -JM

    Stranger: But the look on your faces was quite exciting. -JM

    You: I object. My face was by no means exciting. Yours, however, gave rather a lot away. --SH

    You: You're a good actor, but not as good as you seem to think. --SH

    Stranger: Overruled Sherly. And what, may I ask, did I give away? -JM

    You: That is for me to know and you to regret. --SH

    You: Unless you were faking a tell, you were lying about several of the things that you said. --SH

    Stranger: And if I was faking? -JM

    You: Then I suppose that you are a rather magnificent actor. You were faking the twitch in your left hand. The other was rather less obvious and rather more /telling/. --SH

    Stranger: I do have wonderful acting skills. -JM

    Stranger: I am a famous actor you know. -JM

    Stranger: And what did it tell? A good story I hope. -JM

    You: You did do an excellent job playing the gay boyfriend. I noticed your tell then as well, but I had thought it was merely in response to John's behind. --SH

    You: And it is, indeed, an excellent story. --SH

    You: By the way, would you mind telling me if I was right about your 'gunman in the rafters'? It seems to me that an explosion in a deserted pool would be rather suspicious. It wasn't actually a gunman, was it? --SH

    You: I am sure you know you could never have gotten away with that. --SH

    Stranger: I'm glad you enjoyed the show Sherly. -JM

    Stranger: And who gave you the idea my gunman was fake? I never do anything half way. You should know that. -JM

    Stranger: Of course. But the games we play are too fun. -JM

    You: Laser pointers are incredibly useful things. --SH

    Stranger: They are. -JM

    You: You should really find someone else to play your games with. Chess with me is entirely more difficult than I think you can handle. --SH

    Stranger: Especially with such playful cats like yourself. -JM

    Stranger: Oh, I can handle it Sherly. Who else to play chess with other than the man who deems himself the 'Master'? All the more fun to knock you down a peg. -JM

    You: And you are entirely too arrogant yourself. I solved all of your little puzzles--you are only a step behind. --SH

    Stranger: Pot calling the kettle black. And who says I'm behind? There's more than one path in chess you know. -JM

    You: I see all the paths for this game, Professor. They all lead to the same place. --SH

    Stranger: No one can see all the paths. Not even you Sherly. There's always more than one ending to a story. -JM

    You: The only thing that varies is how much havoc you are able to wreak before I catch you. --SH

    Stranger: Let's see how our's plays out. -JM

    You: Playing is one thing I do not intend to do with you. --SH

    Stranger: Aw, but it's so fun. -JM

    Stranger: Especially with playmate like you. -JM

    You: You're certain to ruin that suit in the sandbox that you seem to think London is. --SH

    Stranger: I don't mind getting a bit dirty when the game is good. -JM

    You: 'I don't like getting my hands dirty'. Quote. --SH

    You: Or was that all part of your dramatic monologue? --SH

    Stranger: I said when the game is good. -JM

    Stranger: It's starting to show to be a good game Sherly. -JM

    Stranger: But yes, I do enjoy putting things in my monologue. -JM

    You: Only starting? --SH

    You: Yes, you are clearly several moves behind. --SH

    Stranger: It's only recently gotten good. -JM

    Stranger: You were a bit boring before. -JM

    Stranger: Before you got that Doctor of your's. -JM

    You: Leave him out of it. --SH

    Stranger: But why? He's one of the funnier pawns. -JM

    You: He's not your pawn. --SH

    You: He's not involved. --SH

    You: Making me dance is only amusing to a point. --SH

    Stranger: Oh, but he is. -JM

    Stranger: True. It'd be even better to dance with you. -JM

    Stranger: Much more amusing. -JM

    You: I'm very jealous. If I have to dance with you, I expect to be your only partner. --SH

    You: Which means that John is NOT part of your game. --SH

    Stranger: Oh, but you would be. -JM

    Stranger: I wouldn't dance with John, he dances quite well alone. -JM

    You: He doesn't dance. That is final. --SH

    Stranger: This isn't your decision Sherly. -JM

    Stranger: I'm the lead here. -JM

    You: We'll see how well keeping me out of the lead goes for you. In fact, you've already failed to do so. --SH

    Stranger: Oh? -JM

    You: Besides, I'm remarkably deficient at dancing the female part. --SH

    You: Suppose I'll have to lead. --SH

    Stranger: I may make an exception for you Sherly. But I'm sure you follow wonderfully, you do seem to do so when you danced with John. -JM

    You: How did you know about tha--never mind. I'll have to do another camera sweep. --SH

    Stranger: You won't find anything. -JM

    You: Well, I've found several of my brother's. --SH

    AND THEN WE HAD TO DISCONNECT. XD
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    Re: John wanted to know how I did as Sherlock

    Post by JimMoriarty on Tue Apr 03, 2012 6:54 am

    You: John, come home. Case. --SH

    Stranger: Have you ever considered the possibility that I might be busy? - JW

    You: I believe that you are currently out with the woman who came to our flat two hours and sixteen minutes ago. It's unimportant. --SH

    You: This case is very important, John. --SH

    Stranger: I was actually just about to come home anyway. I just wondered if it mattered. What kind of important? --JW

    You: Well, I've been presented with something rather interesting, and your laptop has ceased to work. Mine is upstairs. --SH

    Stranger: ....what did you do to my computer? --JW

    You: The screen has frozen. I assumed that it was something that you had done.--SH

    You: MY computer never freezes, John. --SH

    Stranger: Maybe because you're always doing things on mine --JW

    You: Yours is almost always more convenient. If you don't want me on it, you should change your password. 1234 is a bit weak. --SH

    Stranger: I guess I thought someone as complicated as you wouldn't choose the simple passwords

    You: If one is to protect their computer, one needs a better password than '1234'. Surely you can remember something more complicated than that. --SH

    You: Though, really, it's better than 'password', I suppose. Wasn't that your old one? --SH

    Stranger: I used to have more complicated ones, but you guessed those too. I tried going with simple ones in the hope that you would bypass those -JW

    You: I suppose I can credit you with that being decent logic. However, it's not really too sound. Once 'sarah1886' failed to work I switched to the obvious. The key wear helped too. --SH

    You: And if you really wanted to have complicated passwords, you might have tried not making notes of it on your desk. --SH

    Stranger: or, in other words, I could make both our lives simpler and just take the password off, since nothing will keep you off my computer --JW

    You: I was hoping you'd eventually fall back on that. It is an excess of typing merely to access the internet. --SH

    You: Although some of the files you have on here are really very...interesting. --SH

    You: I have some grammatical bones to pick with your write-up of the Milverton case, by the way. --SH

    Stranger: God, could you not snoop through my personal things? --JW

    You: Well, I'm not anymore. Your computer doesn't work very well, did you know?--SH

    You: And don't your writings about me pertain to ME enough that I should be allowed to read them? --SH

    Stranger: I don't care so much about the writing. And if my computer is so much trouble, wouldn't it be less troublesome to go upstairs and get yours? --JW

    You: John, that would involve leaving the couch. I've only just gotten comfortable. --SH

    Stranger: Your laziness fascinates me --JW

    You: And your stupidity fascinates me. --SH

    You: While you're on you way, bring home more milk. The stuff you got yesterday is skim. 2% this time, John. --SH

    Stranger: Maybe the less fattening milk was to make up for what you won't be burning by getting up off the couch

    Stranger: --JW

    You: Oh, please. My body is only a vessel. It's my brain, John, that matters, and my brain does not enjoy skim milk. --SH

    AND HE GAVE UP. XD
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    Re: John wanted to know how I did as Sherlock

    Post by Sherlock Holmes on Thu Apr 05, 2012 12:06 pm

    Wow - very good Sherlock....why haven't you made a Sherlock profile yet?
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    Re: John wanted to know how I did as Sherlock

    Post by JimMoriarty on Thu Apr 05, 2012 12:08 pm

    Because I'm lazy and I like being Jim? XD
    I'm glad you liked it! Smile
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    Re: John wanted to know how I did as Sherlock

    Post by J Watson@221B on Thu Apr 05, 2012 1:34 pm

    ....... WOW!!! cool!
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    Re: John wanted to know how I did as Sherlock

    Post by JimMoriarty on Thu Apr 05, 2012 9:50 pm

    ...what's cool? XDD

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