realizes:

My blog will make you realize how beautiful you are!

realizes:

My blog will make you realize how beautiful you are!

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uglyqt:

*wants nicer body*

*does nothing to achieve it*

(via dcembrr)

doctorwho:

Steven Moffat on Doctor Who regenerations: Go back and count again – there’s something you’ve missed | Radio Times

Steven Moffat — speaking at a Radio Times-sponsored event at the Cheltenham Literature Festival — said of the Doctor, “He can only regenerate 12 times”, while simultaneously suggesting there has been a miscalculation of how many regenerations he has actually been through.
“I think you should go back to your DVDs and count correctly this time,” said Moffat, “there’s something you’ve all missed.”
What can it all mean? If we were attempting to explain how the Doctor might already have had more than his fair share of regenerations, we could do it. John Hurt’s newly introduced dark Doctor would presumably add one, making Peter Capaldi the 13th and final incarnation. If we then followed the argument that David Tennant’s tenth Doctor used up a whole dose of regenerative energy when he re-grew his lost hand almost immediately after having transformed from the ninth Doctor, that would give us an illegal 14 versions of the Doctor. Whether the new hand counts as a full regeneration is very much up for debate, of course, but either way these are both arguments for adding not subtracting regenerations.
On the other hand (pardon the pun), we didn’t witness Paul McGann regenerating into either John Hurt’s ninth(?) Doctor or Christopher Eccleston’s ninth/tenth Doctor. If somehow neither of those counted as regenerations we would have one fewer than we’d previously thought – Matt Smith would be the tenth Doctor and Peter Capaldi would be the 11th. But how could the Doctor have changed bodies without regenerating?
What is Steven Moffat suggesting? What have we missed?

doctorwho:

Steven Moffat on Doctor Who regenerations: Go back and count again – there’s something you’ve missed | Radio Times

Steven Moffat — speaking at a Radio Times-sponsored event at the Cheltenham Literature Festival — said of the Doctor, “He can only regenerate 12 times”, while simultaneously suggesting there has been a miscalculation of how many regenerations he has actually been through.

“I think you should go back to your DVDs and count correctly this time,” said Moffat, “there’s something you’ve all missed.

What can it all mean? If we were attempting to explain how the Doctor might already have had more than his fair share of regenerations, we could do it. John Hurt’s newly introduced dark Doctor would presumably add one, making Peter Capaldi the 13th and final incarnation. If we then followed the argument that David Tennant’s tenth Doctor used up a whole dose of regenerative energy when he re-grew his lost hand almost immediately after having transformed from the ninth Doctor, that would give us an illegal 14 versions of the Doctor. Whether the new hand counts as a full regeneration is very much up for debate, of course, but either way these are both arguments for adding not subtracting regenerations.

On the other hand (pardon the pun), we didn’t witness Paul McGann regenerating into either John Hurt’s ninth(?) Doctor or Christopher Eccleston’s ninth/tenth Doctor. If somehow neither of those counted as regenerations we would have one fewer than we’d previously thought – Matt Smith would be the tenth Doctor and Peter Capaldi would be the 11th. But how could the Doctor have changed bodies without regenerating?

What is Steven Moffat suggesting? What have we missed?

cumberbatchweb:

anna-petrichor:

Esquire by Julian Broad nov ‘13

More high res than I’d seen.

pussylicker:

fionacinelli:

codenamesexy:

fuckyeah-nerdery:

Amen.

the cutest thing ever.

I love this show sooo much.

lol

(Source: fymodernfamily, via glitteryfairytales)

stuffmomnevertoldyou:

There are some amazing 2013 Nobel Peace Prize nominees, but our fingers are crossed for Malala.
(Image: © Hollandse Hoogte/Corbis)

stuffmomnevertoldyou:

There are some amazing 2013 Nobel Peace Prize nominees, but our fingers are crossed for Malala.

(Image: © Hollandse Hoogte/Corbis)

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allonsyforever:

THE FAULT IN OUR STALLS

allonsyforever:

THE FAULT IN OUR STALLS

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purgatorical:

bootox:

niknak79:

One of these things is not like the other…

i dont get it

THAT
TOOK WAY TO LONG FOR ME TO NOTICE

purgatorical:

bootox:

niknak79:

One of these things is not like the other…

i dont get it

THAT

TOOK WAY TO LONG FOR ME TO NOTICE

(via everydayisaverage)

Things British People Say During Sex:

sweetprincemoth:

  • Tally ho, old sport
  • Whistling dippers
  • Gosh golly gosh and heavens
  • Ya minger innit blud brrrrap
  • Butter my crumpets
  • Aye sonny jim
  • BOB’S YER UNCLE
  • Tickity-boo
  • My wo r d
  • Good show, old chap
  • Tbh I need a cuppa can we do this later

(Source: gendernewts, via snuffleupagusjaydaymay)

tarynel:

humansofnewyork:

"My daughter lives in Pennsylvania. She’s working at a nursing home and studying to be an accountant. She’s my pride and joy.""Does she know you’re homeless?""No, she’s got enough to worry about. I just tell her that I’m retired."

:-(:-(:-(:-(

tarynel:

humansofnewyork:

"My daughter lives in Pennsylvania. She’s working at a nursing home and studying to be an accountant. She’s my pride and joy."
"Does she know you’re homeless?"
"No, she’s got enough to worry about. I just tell her that I’m retired."

:-(:-(:-(:-(

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zombieoscarwetnwilde:

BTS: Stephen Fry on Mycroft Holmes.

(via brilliantbutton)

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