So… Benedict Cumberbach asked me (yeah really) to tell all of my followers thank you for the gift, (which was a Porto wine bottle) and he also said ‘Tell them to download The Fifth Estate on iTunes’.
The man knows how to promote stuff.
So you know what to do. Oh and if you are a follower I did tell him hello from all of you and you can reblog or like this post for a chance to win the above signed label :)
Just some notes: giveaway closes on 28/02/14, this is supposed to be for followers, but you don’t have to follow to be a fan of Benedict so there is no need to be following me to have a chance to win, I’ll notify the winner via ask box, if I don’t get a reply within a reasonable amount of time, I’ll chose someone else, I’ll mail it anywhere…
This was supposed to end today, but there are so many notes I think it’s only fair to add some goodies. So:
1st: the label
2nd: Cabin Pressure Series 3 CDs
3rd: STID blu-ray (UK)
4th: The Times Magazine - Moran interview
5th: Shortlist Magazine - Khan cover
I’ll give you until 8/03/14 to reblog/like.
Winners announced tomorrow, one month after I met Benedict… where has the time gone…?
Let’s Talk About Number 57
“For two people who aren’t romantically interested in each other, Sherlock and John do not react exceptionally well to the other being in a relationship. Sherlock crashes John’s dates and is rude to his girlfriends, leading to John’s inability throughout the first two seasons to be involved with anyone. But when Irene Adler actively, and mildly successfully, starts flirting with Sherlock in A Scandal in Belgravia, John is not even subtle about his jealosy: interrupting their conversations, making passive aggressive comments, and counting the number of times she texts him (57 times), just by listening for the text alert noise. What would cause ladies’ man John Watson to become hostile and dismissive of the most attractive woman in the show?”
Sonnet 57 is the one that made everyone think Shakespeare was gay
What are those?