Q:Oh, Mrs. Hudson, I feel your tenant pain! I am currently renting an apartment of mine to a very... interesting man. He calls himself a consulting scientist. Your blog has helped me so much. Thank you! I do have a question though. When your consultant is bored, how do you keep him from experimenting with flour bullets? I don'tknow what
Well, dear, I’ve hidden everything that can be used for little experiments in a locked pantry in the basement. John has a key, and if Sherlock wants something he must ask John and say what it’s for. These objects include flour, baking soda, vinegar, any form of cola, mentos, and other assorted kitchen items.
Love, Mrs. Hudson
A Guide to Your Ward’s Depression and How to Deal With It. - (4/6)
Mrs. Hudson has asked that, while she is in the bathroom, I write up a little thing asking you guys to ASK US ANY QUESTION YOU WA-
Did you just tell them I’m in the bathroom?
You did! I know you did!
Look, they have a right to know why I’m writing this and not you.
Can’t you lie? This IS the internet.
I don’t like lying.
For God’s sake CT, you tell your mother you swished after brushing when you haven’t.
THAT’S BECAUSE I HAD A REALLY, REALLY LONG DAY AND JUST WANTED TO GO TO BED. OKAY?
So yeah, ASK US ANY QUESTION YOU WANT!!!
Take out the part about me in the bathroom.
Sure. Will do.
A Guide to Your Ward’s Depression, and How to Deal With It - (3/6)
A Guide to Your Ward’s Depression, and How to Deal With It - (2/6)
Q:((Your adding Calculus jokes into that partially OOC post just made my day. The use of "integrate" was so clever.))
Thanks. Mrs. Hudson didn’t understand.
Though I heard what sounded like Sherlock guffawing outside. Let’s thank god John didn’t hear it between tears.
A Guide to Your Ward’s Depression, and How to Deal With It (1/6)
CT appears to be entering something called Calculus-3-midterm-in-a-week-depression. I’ve tried so hard to help him out, but nothing seems to do it.
Something about derivatives and Taylor’s theorem.
At least, that’s all I can make out between sobs.
So, I figure that there’s no better way to get out of the lack of posts we’ve had then do a small series of 6 suggestions to help all you landladies (and mothers) get your wards out of some stress-related depression.
I’ve had to use some of these on John as well as of late.
That poor boy…
He and CT just seem to hold each other crying these days.
I just… waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! WHY TAYLOR? WHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHY?
Oh, and if any of you dearies have any suggestions on how to deal with a ward’s depression, please, feel free to fire away. I could really do with a few and try to integrate them into CT’s daily life.
… Wha? Integrate? INTEGRATE??? WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!