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slihgtlydyslexic:

vuls:

prepare for high school then prepare for college then prepare for your career then prepare for retirement then you’re dead 

then prepare for skeleton war

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missfolly:

Sometimes paranoia isn’t : ) Miss Folly

missfolly:

Sometimes paranoia isn’t : ) Miss Folly

creaseintime:

are you ready to get

creaseintime:

are you ready to get

creaseintime:

SPOOKY

creaseintime:

SPOOKY

ifuckingwonder:

unamusedsloth:

Looks like he found some amazing cereal

the reach out for more at the end

ifuckingwonder:

unamusedsloth:

Looks like he found some amazing cereal

the reach out for more at the end

zagreus-taking-time-apart:

my little brother draws memes but like. terrifying memes

zagreus-taking-time-apart:

my little brother draws memes but like. terrifying memes

doctorwho247:

Writer Gareth Roberts has explained why First Doctor companion Ian Chesterton didn’t make an appearance in ‘The Caretaker’, despite the character’s appointment to Chairman of the Governors.

Speaking to CultBox, Roberts said: “I just thought [including Ian] would be too much of a distraction. I think that’s an episode all of its own. I thought, particularly after the 50th, where there were lots of references to past Doctor Who, sometimes you need to just put your foot on the accelerator and keep going forward.”

However, the writer did hint at the character returning in the future: “I’d love to see William Russell [who plays Ian] back in the show! That’s so rich and so fertile for someone to do. You’d have to explain it enough so that everyone would get it.”

He added: “There’s a tiny reference to that first year of Doctor Who in ‘The Caretaker’ which is the Coal Hill motto, on the wall of the parent’s evening: “a great spirit of adventure”, which is what the Doctor says about Ian and Barbara in ‘The Sensorites’. I thought that was a nice nod in the background.”

doctorwho247:

Writer Gareth Roberts has explained why First Doctor companion Ian Chesterton didn’t make an appearance in ‘The Caretaker’, despite the character’s appointment to Chairman of the Governors.

Speaking to CultBox, Roberts said: “I just thought [including Ian] would be too much of a distraction. I think that’s an episode all of its own. I thought, particularly after the 50th, where there were lots of references to past Doctor Who, sometimes you need to just put your foot on the accelerator and keep going forward.”

However, the writer did hint at the character returning in the future: “I’d love to see William Russell [who plays Ian] back in the show! That’s so rich and so fertile for someone to do. You’d have to explain it enough so that everyone would get it.”

He added: “There’s a tiny reference to that first year of Doctor Who in ‘The Caretaker’ which is the Coal Hill motto, on the wall of the parent’s evening: “a great spirit of adventure”, which is what the Doctor says about Ian and Barbara in ‘The Sensorites’. I thought that was a nice nod in the background.”

alienpapacy:

initiating MAXIMUM OVERBIRD

alienpapacy:

initiating MAXIMUM OVERBIRD

timelordsfallnomore:

Doctor Who Fest: day 3

↳ favourite scenery: gallifrey

It’s quite like Earth. But at night the sky is a burnt orange and the leaves on the trees are bright silver.

moonfalora:

rexuality:

a person complaining about puns basically invites every pun enthusiast in the vicinity to come snapping rhythmically from the shadows 

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rabidchild:

ponywithafez:

This video is titled “SNAPE REALISES THE FUCKING CANDLES ARE FLOATING”

I cannot unsee this.

schrodingersowen:

jaclcfrost:

being called by just your last name

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