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    Green.

    The word green was used to convey a great many things. Illness. Envy. Inexperience.

    Standing there amidst Janine's chattering bridesmaids, watching Sherlock furrow his brow and study fabric swatches, watching him smile and simper and flirt, John thought it a remarkably apt colour choice. Because he felt quite sick to his stomach, he feared the source of said sickness might very well be jealousy, and he had absolutely no idea at all what to do about it.

    Or: Sherlock needs to fake a relationship for a case. He doesn't ask John.

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    "Left foot," Sherlock said. "No, your other left foot. For God's sake."

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    This one was unberrable pain and a warm lovely end

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    Simply beautiful. So much build-up and just the right amount of achingly lovely pay-off. John’s fear that he’d missed his chance hurt me in my soul.

    IX XI/XII XX

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