Discussion in 'The Bar' started by A Succulent Chinese Meal, Oct 5, 2016.
Looks like some shitty Brit show
I almost won POTY twice.
Lestrade is a Sherlock Holmes character
Pick up a fucking book sometime
You're never gonna be nominated again with shit threads like this.
My balls are purple
That's from letting black guys blow you after they had just had some Purple Dranks.
But I was nominated twice and won once by a literal landslide.
I know, I voted for you Bob!
I'll show everyone next year. That's my year to shine.
That was before this debacle.
POTY is a big event here; it's like being homecoming king or queen at a poorly-run vocational school. Votes need to be taken seriously before they are cast.
And then randomly switched at the last minute
I was forced to vote for myself, if you can believe that.
Jesus you are such a Reggie faggot.
Sherlock Holmes character
Inspector Lestrade arresting a suspect, by Sidney Paget.
First appearanceA Study in Scarlet
Last appearance"The Adventure of the Three Garridebs"
Created bySir Arthur Conan Doyle
Inspector G. Lestrade, or Mr. Lestrade (pronunciation: /lɛˈstreɪd/ or/lɛˈstrɑːd/), is a fictional character appearing in several of the Sherlock Holmes stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Doyle used the name of a friend from his days at the University of Edinburgh, a Saint Lucianmedical student, Joseph Alexandre Lestrade. In "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box", Lestrade's first initial is revealed to be G. He is described as "a little sallow rat-faced, dark-eyed fellow" in A Study in Scarlet and "a lean, ferret-like man, furtive and sly-looking," in "The Boscombe Valley Mystery". He was summarised by H. Paul Jeffers in the following words:
"He is the most famous detective ever to walk the corridors of Scotland Yard, yet he existed only in the fertile imagination of a writer. He was Inspector Lestrade. We do not know his first name, only his initial: G. Although he appears thirteen times in the immortal adventures of Sherlock Holmes, nothing is known of the life outside the Yard of the detective whom Dr. Watsondescribed unflatteringly as sallow, rat-faced, and dark-eyed and whom Holmes saw as quick and energetic but wholly conventional, lacking in imagination, and normally out of his depth—the best of a bad lot who had reached the top in the CID by bulldog tenacity."
@Mark Mayonnaise you stupid faggot I am always right.