I can hear a symphonyA perfect crystal melodyAnd I just can’t stop smiling at youI just can’t stop smiling

I can hear a symphony
A perfect crystal melody
And I just can’t stop smiling at you
I just can’t stop smiling

21 Jul 11 @ 5:53 pm  —  reblog

flapperorslapper:

This

is River Song. She’s a beauty to behold.

She has nice hair.

She’s clever.

And she has her own gun.

She has her mother’s taste in men,

her father’s appreciation for the dead,

and a certain captain’s clothing preference.

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21 Aug 11 @ 2:24 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog

flapperorslapper:

This

is the Whovian fandom.

They’re from all over the world,

but speak a common quirky language.

They all share in an obsessive love for the Doctor,

and can sit for hours at a time,

marathoning episodes.

They enjoy the drama,

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23 Aug 11 @ 5:08 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog

tardisbluecrayon:

Like mother like daughter.

28 Aug 11 @ 4:47 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog
Watching “Silence in the Library”…

thefaceofboe-ties:

The first time, before getting to know River’s character:

Every time after knowing who River really is:


28 Aug 11 @ 4:48 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog
re-bec-ugh:

eximago:

“We’ve got a lot of trouble in this country. We’ve got a lot of trouble in the world. Why the states should be interested in prescribing the word marriage from two people who love each other, who are responsible, tax-paying, productive people, who have created a family— sometimes two people, sometimes two people and children. Why the state would have an interest is prescribing that kind of conduct, I don’t understand. I understand the anger about poverty, I understand the anger about AIG, I understand the problem about banks, I understand the problem about Afghanistan and the Taliban, and everything else, but I don’t understand the preoccupation with gays being permitted to marry.”

When someone so accurately captures your view on life

re-bec-ugh:

eximago:

“We’ve got a lot of trouble in this country. We’ve got a lot of trouble in the world. Why the states should be interested in prescribing the word marriage from two people who love each other, who are responsible, tax-paying, productive people, who have created a family— sometimes two people, sometimes two people and children. Why the state would have an interest is prescribing that kind of conduct, I don’t understand. I understand the anger about poverty, I understand the anger about AIG, I understand the problem about banks, I understand the problem about Afghanistan and the Taliban, and everything else, but I don’t understand the preoccupation with gays being permitted to marry.”

When someone so accurately captures your view on life

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ithoughtitwassmokinghot:

Excuse me whilst I die (I think we all sorta knew it anyway) 

31 Aug 11 @ 6:11 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog
flapperorslapper:

Doctor Who rewritten- Melody tries to murder the Doctor a bit earlier in his personal timeline

River: Well, well, well, I finally  tracked you down. Your hair’s a bit shorter than my mother described it  and I see you’re without a bow tie, but I suppose you’ll do just fine, pretty boy.Doctor: What?River: Oh, what’s the matter? Never seen a gun before?Doctor: WHAT?!??!River: Or perhaps my twins just intimidate you. Or the hair? I must say, it’s all quite nice. I’ve done well so far in those departments.Doctor: WHAT. Who - ?River: Any last words? Not that your sputtering isn’t lovely, really.  But from all I’ve heard about you, I was expecting a more inspired speech.Doctor: Oh so you’ve only just heard about me? Phew, not the Master then.River: Master? Oh, kinky! Now I’m a little disappointed that a bullet’s  about to pierce your brain. I’d love to hear that special nickname again!

flapperorslapper:

Doctor Who rewritten- Melody tries to murder the Doctor a bit earlier in his personal timeline

River: Well, well, well, I finally tracked you down. Your hair’s a bit shorter than my mother described it and I see you’re without a bow tie, but I suppose you’ll do just fine, pretty boy.
Doctor: What?
River: Oh, what’s the matter? Never seen a gun before?
Doctor: WHAT?!??!
River: Or perhaps my twins just intimidate you. Or the hair? I must say, it’s all quite nice. I’ve done well so far in those departments.
Doctor: WHAT. Who - ?
River: Any last words? Not that your sputtering isn’t lovely, really. But from all I’ve heard about you, I was expecting a more inspired speech.
Doctor: Oh so you’ve only just heard about me? Phew, not the Master then.
River: Master? Oh, kinky! Now I’m a little disappointed that a bullet’s about to pierce your brain. I’d love to hear that special nickname again!

31 Aug 11 @ 6:11 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog
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