A wedding is in my considered opinion, nothing short of a celebration of all that is false and speeches and irrational and sentimental in this ailing and morally compromised world. We honor the death watch people that is the doom of our society and in time when feel certain our entire species.
If I burden myself with that it'll help make during my adventures is not out of sentimental Capri. Indeed, any reputation I have for mental acuity and sharpness comes in truth from the extraordinary contrast John so selflessly provides it is.
In fact, I believe the brides tend to favor exception to plain bridesmaids for their big day. Designed to provide a career opportunity for the family idiot.
The point I'm trying to make is that I am the most unpleasant, rude ignorant and all-around obnoxious asshole that anyone could possibly have the misfortune to meet. I am dismissive of virtuous unaware of the beautiful and UN comprehending in the face of the happy.
And certainly not the best friend or the bravest and kindness and wisest human being I have ever had the good fortune of knowing John. I am a ridiculous man redeemed only by the warmth and constancy of your friendship.
John You have enjoyed war and injury and tragic loss so sorry again about that last one. You have made your wife and the man you've saved and show the two people who love you most in all this world.
Molly Hooper: So he'll have to make a speech in front of people. Molly Hooper: Helen Louise probably wondered the same.
Personally managed to save three hospitals from closure and ran the best and safest children's homes in North England. John Watson: Mike's great, but HE'S not my best friend.
Sherlock Holmes: I confess at first I didn't realize he was asking me. When finally I understood, I expressed to him that I was both flattered and surprised.
Sherlock Holmes: I nonetheless promised that I'd do my very best to accomplish a task which, for me, was as demanding and difficult as any I'd ever contemplated. Sherlock Holmes: ... in some ways very close to being moved by it.
[Flash back to John and Sherlock standing in the kitchen at Baker Street. John Watson: Yeah, it's getting a bit scary now.
Sherlock Holmes: I'm afraid John, I can't congratulate you. All emotions and, in particular, love, stand opposed to the pure cold reason I hold above all things.
A wedding is, in my considered opinion, nothing short of a celebration of all that is false and specious and irrational and sentimental in this ailing and morally compromised world. Today we honor the death watch people, that is the doom of our society and, in time one feels certain, our entire species.
Sherlock Holmes: If I burden myself with a little help mate during my adventures it is not out of sentiment or caprice, it is that he has many fine qualities of his own that he has overlooked in his obsession with me. Indeed, any reputation I have for mental acuity and sharpness comes in truth from the extraordinary contrast John so selflessly provides.
It is a fact I believe brides tend to favor exceptionally plain bridesmaids for their big day. And contrast is, after all, God's own plan to enhance the beauty of his creation.
Or it would be if God were not a ludicrous fantasy designed to provide a career opportunity for the family idiot. Sherlock Holmes: The point I'm trying to make is that I am the most unpleasant, rude, ignorant and all-round obnoxious arsehole that anyone could possibly have the misfortune to meet.
I am dismissive of the virtuous, , unaware of the beautiful and uncomprehending in the face of the happy . So if I didn't understand I was being asked to be best man, it is because I never expected to be anybody's best friend.
And certainly not the best friend of the bravest and kindest and wisest human being I have ever had the good fortune of knowing. But, as I am apparently you best friend, I cannot congratulate you on your choice of companion.