• Favorite Kira Yukimura quotes - season 4

    (Source: kirasyukimura, via hellasterek)

  • tacticalpineapple:

holy shit this is a fucking amazing gif like that’s actually really fucking impressive

    tacticalpineapple:

    holy shit this is a fucking amazing gif like that’s actually really fucking impressive

    (Source: jackwillett, via hellotailor)

  • devildoll:

I WAS HOPING FOR THE 1980 TOM SELLECK HAIR
I WAS HOPING FOR THE MAGNUM PI BOOTY SHORTS
I NEVER DARED HOPE FOR THE STACHE
[HYSTERIA INTENSIFIES]
(x)

    devildoll:

    I WAS HOPING FOR THE 1980 TOM SELLECK HAIR

    I WAS HOPING FOR THE MAGNUM PI BOOTY SHORTS

    I NEVER DARED HOPE FOR THE STACHE

    [HYSTERIA INTENSIFIES]

    (x)

    (via bcnhlls)

  • Birthday haul! #thanksfamily

    Birthday haul! #thanksfamily

  • (Source: superwhollock, via doctorwho)

  • Do you know what day it is?

  • hellotailor:

    doctorfvckingwho:

    the awkward moment where you’re not sure if it’s a twelfth doctor quote or a malcolm tucker quote

    :(((

  • stop-chicken-nugget-abuse:

    nevvzealand:

    happy birthday someone

    I like reblog going this becaUSE WHAT IF YOU SAW THIS ON YOUR BIRTHDAY HOW COOL WOULD THAT BE

    it is my birthday

    (via inordertolivelife)

  • (Source: kpfun, via kpfun)

  • thegeekiary:

That’s it, I am just so angry I am I no longer going to point out what that episode did right because even though it was entertaining at points it was still basically a story about the Doctor handing over Clara to a man capable of caring for her. At one point Danny Pink mistakes the Doctor for Clara’s father, and the end of the episode Danny – after he has heroically saved Clara’s life – explains to Clara that he needs to prove his worth not to Clara, but to her stand-in father figure, the Doctor. Moffat-era Doctor Who is so steeped in patriarchy it is breaking my heart because I don’t want to hate the Doctor and Moffat is making me hate him.
READ MORE: Doctor Who 8×6 Review: The Caretaker
 

    thegeekiary:

    That’s it, I am just so angry I am I no longer going to point out what that episode did right because even though it was entertaining at points it was still basically a story about the Doctor handing over Clara to a man capable of caring for her. At one point Danny Pink mistakes the Doctor for Clara’s father, and the end of the episode Danny – after he has heroically saved Clara’s life – explains to Clara that he needs to prove his worth not to Clara, but to her stand-in father figure, the Doctor. Moffat-era Doctor Who is so steeped in patriarchy it is breaking my heart because I don’t want to hate the Doctor and Moffat is making me hate him.

    READ MORE: Doctor Who 8×6 Review: The Caretaker

     

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