Tell a friend that you love them. Right now.

If they mean a lot to you, if they’re a big part of your life, if they’re like family to you (or better), tell them “I love you.”

I feel like this isn’t said often enough.

girls dont want boys girls want british actors

coffeedepablo:

Girls don’t want boys girls want good storylines, canon otps, and their favorite female characters to get what they deserve

girls also want boys who want the same thing

(via 3rddoctor)

3rddoctor:

It’s funny how people are like, “you shouldn’t hate an entire group of people just for existing,” and then those same people are like, “I really hate children.”

Hypocrisy: the great staple of humankind.

starforgedsteel:

thedoctorgoinghome said: Did you ever read the TOS fic by KCS that I linked you to? She has some McCoy-centric stuff, and the rest of it tends to be pretty evenly friendship amongst the Big Three. ;)

I think I read a couple, but probably not all of them! Could you link me to the writer again? <3

https://www.fanfiction.net/u/1464384/KCS Here you go! KCS’s fics are a thing of beauty. =)

"The TARDIS/wardrobe to Narnia connection has always been an obvious one, but it’s never been one the series has been particularly eager to explore, and certainly not one the series has ever just decided to ground itself in. And it’s a huge shift from the Davies era. Under Davies, the TARDIS is the vehicle that gets you out of a humdrum working or lower middle class existence. Now, suddenly, the TARDIS is the Hogwarts Express."

— Philip Sandifer in his review of “The Eleventh Hour”, regarding little Amelia Pond and the TARDIS.

"If you would seriously prefer a show in which reality itself is destroyed by genocidal tyrants, you are kindly invited to reexamine your priorities in life. Meanwhile, the rest of the world will be having a grand old time without you."

— Philip Sandifer in his review of “Stolen Earth”/”Journey’s End, sassing fans who’ve criticized the TARDIS towing the Earth as opposed to not criticizing the Reality Bomb.

cleowho:

"Where do you want to start?"

The Eleventh Hour - series 05 - 2010

canadian-space-agency:

Spectacular!
Credit: Fragile Oasis

canadian-space-agency:

Spectacular!

Credit: Fragile Oasis

(Source: twitter.com, via granadahvlmes)

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gingerchic333:

hannahyesss:


It’s unusually high for someone your size. We have to fix that.

inspired by this.

I will always reblog Loki in a Hawaiian shirt

It&#8217;s an astonishingly appropriate crossover.

gingerchic333:

hannahyesss:

It’s unusually high for someone your size. We have to fix that.

inspired by this.

I will always reblog Loki in a Hawaiian shirt

It’s an astonishingly appropriate crossover.

(via playswthfire)