my t-shirt came in today! >.<
All I could see in my mind the entire scene was River standing in the doorway behind him.
And I was one of them.
Death: I think you're cheating on me.
Death: We haven't slept together for half a series.
Everyone during “Closing Time”
Reblog with the title of the first episode of Doctor Who you ever watched.
The Impossible Planet
The impossible astronaut
Vincent and the Doctor
The Empty Child
Love & Monsters
Probably The Silver Nemesis.
The Empty Child.
The Doctor’s First Stars.
❝ Blanche is described as a free-thinking and outspoken archaeologist who smokes cheroots and who is fond of a ‘little light nudism’.
A request: Someone make a timeline of River Song’s life for me. Just do it. And tell me about it. Thank you. Moffat likes messing with my head.
Just made one for you, I’ll post it ten send you the link in your ask. :)
River Song’s timeline so far. (For alanablake)
25 Sep 11 @ 6:08 pm  —
I love 11/Rose manip vids, even though I’m a River/11 diehard. This one is just so beautiful and sad.
25 Sep 11 @ 6:37 pm  —
This is like…the greatest thing ever.
What Matt Smith & James Cordon do behind the scenes….
(They love singing that theme tune…)
My roommate said this face swap was “pointless and redundant”. Pssh.
That awkward moment when you get shot by your wife
In front of your wife
Who then proceeds to try… and kill… your wife?
“The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) #239 states, in reference to the Father: “God transcends the human distinction between the sexes. He is neither man nor woman: he is God.”” So, technically, God is genderqueer.
lettinggoofeverything started following you
25 Sep 11 @ 8:36 pm  —
I just watched the first episode of ‘Upstairs, Downstairs’ and I still have absolutely no idea what it’s about.
25 Sep 11 @ 9:12 pm  —
crayford started following you
25 Sep 11 @ 9:25 pm  —
Can I Come With You?
by Murray Gold & BBC National Orchestra of Wales on Doctor Who: Series 5
The song played during the end of “The Girl who waited” is called “Can I come with you?”
I just can’t anymore