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June 25, 2013 8:29 am  #1

Why Mycroft always carries an umbrella

I think I've figured out the secret of Mycroft's umbrella -- and no, it's not a hidden sword:

You'd need it too, if you had to deal with Sherlock all the time.

Anna M.C.


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July 28, 2013 12:37 am  #2

Re: Why Mycroft always carries an umbrella

Love it !


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July 30, 2013 3:08 pm  #3

Re: Why Mycroft always carries an umbrella

I think Mycroft carries an umbrella because it fits with his personality:
A bit old fashioned, traditionalist ( traditions define us) and establishment orientated with his three piece suit.
It looks good, suits him well and he can twiddle around with it (like Sherlock does with things), point at things and stick it to the ground if he fancys. It is useful when it rains, of course.



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