wolseley37:

Chapter 35 of my Foyle’s War fanfic is up, and so are Foyle & Sam! ‘Up for it,’ that is! Thursday went on for about ten chapters, but they’re home at last. There are both a T-rated and an M-rated version, so you’ve been warned of the nature of the developments! Abject Admirer tells me she was well satisfied. Read the T-rated chapter here:https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9792184/35/FW-1946-UXB
First-rate fffrisky Foyle  xM-rated chapter here: https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10689351/1/FW-1946-UXB-Chapter-35-M-rated-version

wolseley37:

Chapter 35 of my Foyle’s War fanfic is up, and so are Foyle & Sam! ‘Up for it,’ that is! Thursday went on for about ten chapters, but they’re home at last. There are both a T-rated and an M-rated version, so you’ve been warned of the nature of the developments! Abject Admirer tells me she was well satisfied. Read the T-rated chapter here:
https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9792184/35/FW-1946-UXB

First-rate fffrisky Foyle x

M-rated chapter here: https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10689351/1/FW-1946-UXB-Chapter-35-M-rated-version

Anonymous said: Have you had any replies to your comments about Foyle's wife death on Gil Shalos's FW- Forum?

This one?
https://www.fanfiction.net/topic/154612/115952445/1/

Nnnup. Nothing added there since August. As I said, the cause of death doesn’t seem to have been mentioned in the script, only in the publicity material released with Foyle’s War, (which attributes her death to typhoid).If anybody knows different, shout up, fandom. We’d like to know what killed Foyle’s erstwhile child bride :o)

Now, I’ve been busy, but I recognise a britdetectives “bait” when I see one.  I’m supposed to pick this up and run with it.  The plunging thing.

*rolls eyes*

Watch the complete show here.

(via mkmohair)

wolseley37:

britishdetectives:

mkmohair:

Calm, control and well-being. The perfect picture of John Farrow.

Is it Christmas Yet?

Dammit, Life of Rock with Brian Pern (and Michael Kitchen) can’t return soon enough.

Ffffantastic!

Thangyouverymuch. My pleasure.

wolseley37:

britishdetectives:

You’re looking very, um…

Oh lord, the slight, rakish, waggle of the head as he strolls towards her! The double entendre of ‘not needing her anymore,’ - ‘you’re sure?’ The speculative admiration as she walks away! Come on, Horowitz, we know they want each other - make it happen! (*pant*)

Well, at least I can write it myself. (*cough*UXB*cough*)

Well it took you 34 chapters, wolseley37, but you finally got them there, And what a sensual and emotional feast it turned out to be. Not a dry eye in our house.  At any rate, I had to blow dancesabove’s cute li’l nose for her. Mine, I just wiped up my sleeve.

UXB chapter 35, folks. The one where Foyle and Sam finally reap the fruits of mutual discovery after six years in denial.

M version here



T version here (why would you even consider reading this one when there’s an M?):

wolseley37:

vagabondtrousers:

abjectadmirer:

So, as (obliquely) requested by  wolseley37, gifs of Ernst von Fleischel-Marxov rising from the water like Venus (or something that rhymes with her).

These aren’t my gifs. I put out to tender, and received these offerings per email from a pair of chickens (*berk-berk-berk-berk* certain people out there who know who they are).  So don’t blame me for the horizontal lines of interference (which are apparently due to the video file not being de-interlaced during ripping. And if you know what that means, you’re a better gal than I am, Gunga Din).

This is MK in character, playing a guy getting out of the bath.

*berk-berk-berk-berk*

I can’t help but notice that Mrvon Fleischel-Marxov has a tiny, black tail. Weird. I thought Austrians (Dutch??? Whatever the ‘ell nationality he was) were built the same as everyone else.

tayryn said: It’s a cute little backside… but there’s not much to it, is there?

Please don’t get me started on his adorable micro-bum 

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The little black tail is merely swept-together inner thigh hair, like seaweed tossed on the shore. Not to worry. - Unless Austrians ARE built differently. Now that WOULD be attention to detail!
Anyway, I’d be happy to help dry him off, towel at the ready.

May I just remind the (*berk-berk-berk*) non-reblogger chooks out there that Freud is rated 12 :D

So, as (obliquely) requested by  wolseley37, gifs of Ernst von Fleischel-Marxov rising from the water like Venus (or something that rhymes with her).

These aren’t my gifs. I put out to tender, and received these offerings per email from a pair of chickens (*berk-berk-berk-berk* certain people out there who know who they are).  So don’t blame me for the horizontal lines of interference (which are apparently due to the video file not being de-interlaced during ripping. And if you know what that means, you’re a better gal than I am, Gunga Din).

This is MK in character, playing a guy getting out of the bath.

dancesabove:

lauraraposa:

britishdetectives:

"Can’t go anywhere without you."

That is not a “fatherly” look, Sir. (We Foyle/Sam ‘shippers know that look.)

; D

Our straight-through-the-crossroads gal, Sam Stewart, chooses Foyle over the egregious twerp Farnetti. One has to admire her good taste.

dancesabove:

britishdetectives:

"Can’t go anywhere without you."

Sigh!

This, and the bin lid scene in The German Woman (S1E1), my special favourites. Oh! And the one where Sam gives him a dressing-down in The Eternity Ring (S8E1).

wolseley37:

vagabondtrousers:

jillyfern:

abjectadmirer:

Aw! Sweet of you to care. Not dead. Just resting. Actually Life Stuff has selfishly been taking my attention, then @dancesabove arrived, soon to be joined by jillyfern, so imagine what sort of marathon perving-session is about to kick off here in Oxenford, Engeland :o)

Yeah, it’s true. You get to see his glutes and a flash of the furry unmentionable.  (Although vagabondtrousers doesn’t reckon the glutes are up to much, still worth a look, I reckon).

See you a Freud and raise you an Ernst Von Fleischel-Marxow. He should’ve grabbed that juicy-looking sponge and covered his embarrassment, shouldn’t he?

Freud - miniseries 1984

I’m very much with
vagabondtrousers
on the whole posterior padding situation :o) And Indeedy, it has been a little quiet on the Kitchenette gif and image front lately (guilty myself). We need to address this lull ladies - a fandom doesn’t run itself! Or I’ll end up giffing Mikael Persbrandt left, right and centre…
britishdetectives cmee57 mkmohair abjectadmirer vagabondtrousers dancesabove lauraraposa
(aka some of the lovely ladies)…

Gifing Mikael Persbrandt would be a-okay with me, Hon {{{;O)

Seeing as there’s only so much MK to go round. I think we do need to get back into the swing of things. I’ll get right on it.

Even Colonel Sanders agrees. We need to liven this fandom up!

Colonel Sanders!!! Just sprayed tea over my screen. LOL

Are those naked stills or gifs? Perhaps my iPad’s not up to the task of naked MK gifs! I think we have to forgive the glutes, as he’d probably been sitting in that bath for hours, doing take after take with Poirot, er, I mean, David Suchet. The legs are very, very fine.

Stills, wolseley37, you greedy girl. However, gifs are begging to be made (hint-hint). The retracted glutes are, I like to think, a by-product of the on-screen Kitchen tucked-in-tushie cocky stance and swagger. Whenever he plays self-confident or self-regarding, he does rather tend to lead with the pelvis — what lauraraposa refers to as “the flip side”. If you’re going to jut, you have to tuck. (Hey, Laura, it was the pelvis you were meaning, right? ).

And, yes, the thighs are (while we’re on the Colonel Sanders subject, vagabondtrousers) fingerlickin’ good.

Aw! Sweet of you to care. Not dead. Just resting. Actually Life Stuff has selfishly been taking my attention, then @dancesabove arrived, soon to be joined by jillyfern, so imagine what sort of marathon perving-session is about to kick off here in Oxenford, Engeland :o)

Yeah, it’s true. You get to see his glutes and a flash of the furry unmentionable.  (Although vagabondtrousers doesn’t reckon the glutes are up to much, still worth a look, I reckon).

See you a Freud and raise you an Ernst Von Fleischel-Marxow. He should’ve grabbed that juicy-looking sponge and covered his embarrassment, shouldn’t he?

Freud - miniseries 1984

britishdetectives:

Mozart on Tour (1991)

Love that “so shoot me” stretch of the eyes at the end.
Shame he never played Mozart in Amadeus. I think he’d’ve made an excellent job of young Wolfie: a sort of cross between Martin Taylor in Brimstone and Treacle and Block in The Trial.

cmee57:

britishdetectives:

These two…

He’s so over Hilda’s shinola !

Nah. It’s only a lovers’ tiff. Foyle and Hilda are like this [*crosses fingers*]: both got arthritis.

mkmohair:

I’d agree. Especially in regards to the this little ‘reward’.

Welcome to Mo’s Universe: a musical, edible, downloadable MK.
Hang on… she didn’t mean the sex, did she? ‘Cos if she DID…


[PS: Gif sources: @britishdetectives and imgur. Wish ultrafacts would get their grammar (grammer?) right.]

dancesabove:

wolseley37:

britishdetectives:

Sam leans on on a car and waits for Foyle. Part of a series.

Oh lord, can’t we have a series that’s just their off-duty time together!? (tee-hee) Beautiful moment! Where did she take him, eh? Eh?!

Mmmm, to Paradise, in the imaginations of many of us incorrigibles…

AA’s imagination here!
They drive up Castle Hill, into a time warp and emerge in 2013 right next to a Mr Whippy ice cream van. Sam’s eyes are out on stalks. She hasn’t had a cone in years. Foyle stands her one. Just so he can watch her eat it.