Urban dictionary loves Sherlock

Vatican cameos is also said in "The Hound of Baskervilles" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I thought they had a safe word!

Tumblr Explains Why "Sherlock" Needs To Come Back On The Air Right Now

"How to spot a Sherlockian"<< sadly I would have ducked << that's not sad, I would've too! << never say that Sherlock references are sad or ill have to rethink a large portion of my life. :/ <<< That, my dear, is the most true thing, I've read today.

Vatican Cameos, Sherlock s3e2. I love how brilliant is this show<<<---People actually duck away if you saw this in a public place.

Vatican Cameos, Sherlock I love how brilliant is this show<<<---People actually duck away if you saw this in a public place.

You know you're a Sherlock fan when... (I have to try the Vatican Cameos thing with the safe at work. Although I strongly suspect it will not end well.)

You know you’re a Sherlock fan when…

You know you're a Sherlock fan when. (I have to try the Vatican Cameos thing with the safe at work. Although I strongly suspect it will not end well.) < I gotta admit when something feels wrong I always want to shout VATICAN CAMEOS

Vatican cameos is from one of the Sherlock Holmes stories; something referenced from a prior case. I believe, though not entire sure, it's from The Sign of Four, but again not sure on that.

Vatican cameos is from one of the Sherlock Holmes stories; something referenced from a prior case. I believe, though not entire sure, it's from The Sign of Four, but again not sure on that.<<<The Hound of the Baskervilles

Vatican cameos, Jawn!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

77 Images/Gifs That Perfectly Describe Your Schools Years

No one who isn't a mad Sherlockian is going to get this... Which means, everyone who follows this board will get this :)

Kristen on

Fun fact: Vatican Cameos was a code created in WWII which meant that there was a person, armed, entering the room and to stay clear of this person. John being a military man would know this.

'Vatican Cameos' is a phrase used when Sherlock is about to open Irene Adler's safe. The phrase first originated in World War 2. It was used when a non-military person, who was armed (gun or knife) entered a British military base. The phrase was a signal for everyone to duck out of the line of fire. Sherlock knew that John, being a military man, would recognise this phrase and duck out of the way of the gun in the safe.

"Vatican cameos" wasn't a code word between John and Sherlock. It was an army phrase, British, that he knew John, a soldier, would understand but the Americans wouldn't :)

Vatican Cameos - Hand Stamped Aluminum Cuff - customizable

Sherlock Inspired Bracelet Vatican Cameos Hand Stamped Aluminum Cuff Just bought one, soooooo excited!

can i have this sign for my room?

This sign should be outside their flat when appropriate...

More like his fandom! <---- Us Sherlockians are more dangerous than Sherlock when we are bored.

"Vatican cameos appears in The Hound of the Baskervilles in 1901. It is not a WWII code unless Hound of the Baskervilles were what the troops were referring to. Otherwise, it's straight up Conan Doyle."

"Vatican cameos appears in The Hound of the Baskervilles in It is not a WWII code unless Hound of the Baskervilles were what the troops were referring to. Otherwise, it's straight up Conan Doyle.

Video:  Finnish fans of "Sherlock" shout "Vatican Cameos" and drop to the ground in a crowded shopping mall.

Video: Finnish fans of "Sherlock" shout "Vatican Cameos" and drop to the ground in a crowded shopping mall.<<<this would be so fun!

Pinterest
Search