You know why we see Dean sleep on his stomach most of the time?
Because he doesn’t want to wake up
and see someone he loves on the ceiling
how about you dont
GO TAKE A FUCKN TIME OUT
IM NOT TAKING THIS SHIT TODAY
no but guys
someone told our professor that i had a fantastic pick up line and they made me tell her
DO YOU KNOW
HOW AWKWARD IT IS
TO LOOK YOUR PROFESSOR IN THE EYE AND SAY
“I MAY NOT GO DOWN IN HISTORY BUT I’LL GO DOWN ON YOU”
“I’M GOING TO TRY THAT ON MY HUSBAND”
w ow i just realised that some of us will be alive for the 100th anniversary in 2063
My grandkids are gonna be like “GRANDMA JULIA ARE YOU OK”
"NO KIDDOS NO I AM NOT. DOO WEE OOO!"
And then the 150th
"GREAT-GRANDPA JUST DIE ALREADY"
"NOT UNTIL I’VE SEEN SHERLOCK SEASON 3!"
so when i was 7 or 8 i’d “write letters to hermione granger” and set them out on the piano in the living room every night with my stuffed toy owl and every morning i’d have a letter from hermione back, sitting at the foot of my bed, and hermione and i corresponded like that for months and i’d just like to thank my mom for writing out a “letter from hermione” for me every single night
Parenting done right
If You ever think You’re too obsessed with something, just remember that David Tennant used to get in trouble at school because all his essays were Doctor Who fan fiction.
Hatred toward Cho Chang and Lavender Brown and adoration toward Draco Malfoy and Severus Snape, a study in misogyny, sexism and double-standards by me.
those tags are beautiful
Really, though, how dare they take Queen Elizabeth 1 and turn her into another lovesick woman waiting for her beloved Doctor?
Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she considered herself married to her country. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she had seen what became of her poor half sister Mary who lost the support of the people and almost suffered a rebellion when she married a Spanish royal. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she believed that to be a fair and just leader, she could not let her heart rule her head. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because was abused by a man she was supposed to be able to trust in her early teens. Elizabeth 1 whose mother was brutally slaughtered by her husband and so did not trust in love.
It’s insulting and poor sexist writing to disregard that important choice on her behalf. It’s upsetting, and predictable, and everything I expected from Steven Moffat, who cannot seem to write a significant female character who isn’t in love, obsessed with, or entirely reliant on the Doctor.