I once watched five seasons of Xena in six days, so I had a hard time computing my slow rewatch of Sherlock. It took me six hours to watch three hours of television. I blame my dryer, it sounds like is going to rattle through the floor, and it gave me a headache. I was forced me into my bedroom for 45 minutes during which time I fought with a website, wrestled with live clothes, and answered Facebook messages.
However slow, I steadily made my way through the first season. Here are some of my quips, where I try to be witty. I had a lot of fun, and I think some other people did too, even if it was just to poke fun -at me.
Me: Martin is crying. Feel a little bit bad I was mad at him in my dream for being drunk.Me: “Yes, he’s always like that.” Pretty sure people say that about me too. Sigh. Sara: We do. 😉
Me: What a bachelor’s pad! Yuck. When I was younger I used to make my friends clean their rooms when I came over. #abitocd
@MomaWitchyWitch: Lol! I’m notorious in certain places for disappearing & ta-da! Clean kitchen! Now if they’d just keep it that way.
Me: I do that too. Especially if people are starting to overwhelm me. It’s off to the kitchen to do dishes.
Me: Omg! How did I miss the whole, state of her knees, insennuendo before? (That’s insinuate and innuendos in Jamism.)
Me: Serial killer sponsor, hmm… What I need is a cereal killer sponsor.
Me: Self check out machines are the loudest. I sympathize John.
Sara: That’s why the first thing I do is push the mute button. They’re SO LOUD.
Me: Not every machine has one though.
Sara: Thankfully I have never encountered such a hell-beast.
Me: Don’t you mean hell-hound beast? (I know that’s in the next season, but I couldn’t help myself.)
Me: John takes care of the $ just like Gus in Psych and Leo in The Finder. Another show I wish had lasted longer.
Me: Ok. Momentary brain freeze on quips. Taking an online quiz to get back into the game. http://www.buzzfeed.com/alannaokun/how-much-would-ron-swanson-hate-you?bftw
[I’d get a grudging respect apparently. I suppose this is because I didn’t want to tell where my money goes and I prefer silence to music.]
Me: “He got peckish.” Good word that, feeling peckish myself.
Me: Muddy buddies and sea salt vinegar chips. Not for everyone, but it satisfies my sweet and salty taste buds.
Me: Skinny belts on top of big sweaters. Sooo 2010 or still in vogue?
[Goes to investigate. (This is why the rewatch takes so long.)]
Me: Apparently 2014 is the year of the mid drift. Yes, I’m posting about fashion during the death scene. http://www.glamour.com/fashion/2013/09/most-wearable-spring-2014-trends-from-nyfw#slide=4
Sara: And by that you mean the midriff? Because “mid drift” would be “in the middle of a pile of snow” or “while sliding around a sharp turn in a vehicle.”
Me: Apparently mid drift and midriff are two different things. One is about sliding in the snow, and the one not to be worn near snow.
Me: Episode 3 started while I was typing. I know some people who definitely related to the grammar correction. ::coughsaracough::