Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Multiple Choice

Benedict Cumberbatch is irresistible
because:

(a) he knots his scarf just so
(b) he goes everywhere by taxi
(c) he always answers his mobile phone

(d) the coat (MissM suggested that one)
(e) he has incredibly long legs
(f) he knows a thing or two about china

(g) he says "I'd be lost without my Blogger"

Or all of the above...

20 comments:

  1. hmmm... I don't know who that is. I get the feeling that I ought to know.

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  2. Sorry Alice, if he is the one on the right forget it, he resembles Dr. Spock in the most unforgiving way. Good thing we all like different things or the world would be incredibly boring.

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  3. It seems to me that this is written in Chinese.

    Who?

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  4. I really enjoyed the three episodes, cleverly written and updated, and a real cliff-hanger at the end.

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  5. It is the hair. You two are suckers for hair. I remember the Richard Armitage post.

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  6. I feel lost. Who are these men?

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  7. Mr M, meanwhile, looks at "the" coat and thinks "It'd look better on me...."

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  8. I'm with you on this one!

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  9. Fail! The television has been parked in the hall during our refurb.

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  10. MrsM and MissM are now waiting for this to come out on DVD with the unshown pilot episode.

    I am sure that Sherlock could do the FT Polymath crossword without the aid of Google.

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  11. I'm going for 'the coat'. Not enough men wear proper coats these days.

    Brilliant cliffhanger -there must be more.

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  12. the tousled hair? the dark eyes?the childish glee?

    the blogger comment was enough for me

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  13. Definitely all of the above. It was fabulous, wasn't it? CK owns a coat like that.








    He doesn't look quite the same ;-)

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  14. Oh my...I can see why you were taken!

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  15. Started watching the new Sherlock determined to hate it, and was totally won over - hope they'e going to do more. I think it's the blogger comment though...

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  16. I was hooked from the first - my only complaint was how short the 'series' was!!

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  17. Prince Charming compares the incessant use of taxis to the hansom cabs of the original. I think it's all brilliant- and what a cliff hanger! We love it!

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  18. h) the cheekbones.

    (I can't watch Martin Freeman in anything these days - I just keep seeing him naked as the porn stand-in from Love Actually. All that pumping ...)

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  19. And now I'm frantically searching your blog for a Richard Armitage post, with no success.

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  20. I have no idea who he is... and still prefer Daniel Craig, but I like the direction your blog is taking (as much as I like blue and white China...)

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