Who's Flying This Thing?

Oh. Right. That would be me. Back to work...

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itsgonnabeathing:

gracestealingcastiel:

loyal-fallen-angel:

davestriderhatesstrexcorp:

azachontitan:

marauders4evr:

darcylewisinthetardis:

bdnocampo:

disneygirldreams:

my-life-in-all-its-fullness:

why would you do this

GO SIT IN A CORNER

WOAH THERE SATAN

I saw a headcanon posted on here that said that Donna always cried at that part of Finding Nemo, but never knew why

NO

NOT OKAY

Fuck

how dare

HOW DARE YOU

HOW VERY DARE YOU!

This posts just tore a hole through my heart… “And that hole, you think: “Should we leave it alone, should we back off, should we play it safe?” NAH, you think: “Let’s make it BIGGER!””

(Source: fandoms-are-my-one-true-love)

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huntokar:

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dubiousculturalartifact:

Because some days I have exactly ZERO patience for Martha Jones hate.

Also, it’s worth noting that Rose, Donna, Amy and Clara (not to mention Jack and River) all had certain power-ups helping them (Rose’s Bad Wolf, Donna’s metacrisis, Amy’s crack in the wall in her head, Clara having access to the Doctor’s timeline, Jack’s immortality, River being part Time Lady). Martha had none, and still managed to do all of those things. That makes her MORE remarkable, not less.

Honestly all the Martha haters can try becoming a medical doctor first before they spew hate and then get back to me because I am trying to do that right now and it’s really G-damn hard, seriously mad props to Martha.

People on Facebook were saying they didn’t like Martha because she had zero personality. I had to leave the thread because I liked those people and I’m hoping they were having massive migraines and had no idea what they were typing

I vote Martha Jones replaces Stephen Moffat, it’s only fair

huntokar:

allicat-strike:

elwynbrooks:

lupinatic:

dubiousculturalartifact:

Because some days I have exactly ZERO patience for Martha Jones hate.

Also, it’s worth noting that Rose, Donna, Amy and Clara (not to mention Jack and River) all had certain power-ups helping them (Rose’s Bad Wolf, Donna’s metacrisis, Amy’s crack in the wall in her head, Clara having access to the Doctor’s timeline, Jack’s immortality, River being part Time Lady). Martha had none, and still managed to do all of those things. That makes her MORE remarkable, not less.

Honestly all the Martha haters can try becoming a medical doctor first before they spew hate and then get back to me because I am trying to do that right now and it’s really G-damn hard, seriously mad props to Martha.

People on Facebook were saying they didn’t like Martha because she had zero personality.
I had to leave the thread because I liked those people and I’m hoping they were having massive migraines and had no idea what they were typing

I vote Martha Jones replaces Stephen Moffat, it’s only fair

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sonoci:

do you ever have those moments where you’re catching your friend up on a series and they make a random guess on something that’s going to happen and it’s actually 100% right and you just sit there like

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"MUST NOT LET THEM KNOW"

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the-bookshelf-at-the-end:

When I say I want to read the book before seeing the movie, I don’t want brownie points or bragging rights. I want to be able to read the book with my imagined world and idea of the characters without the movie’s influence at least once. After you see the movie there’s always some part of it that sticks in your head for a long time and you lose the enjoyment of making it up yourself.

Thank. You. For. Saying. This.

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betwen-iron-and-silver:

"Do you know what’s funny? Sometimes I’ll see photographs of myself in the early days of The X-Files and I think that my attitude towards the whole thing was very similar to Kristen Stewart’s,"
 “There’s a very similar look in my eye; slightly defiant, slightly bored. All I ever got was: ‘Smile! Smile!’ when I didn’t want to smile. And I really wish that somebody at that time had told me: ‘You know that it’s OK to be who you really are’.” Gillian Anderson on Kristen Stewart

betwen-iron-and-silver:

"Do you know what’s funny? Sometimes I’ll see photographs of myself in the early days of The X-Files and I think that my attitude towards the whole thing was very similar to Kristen Stewart’s,"


“There’s a very similar look in my eye; slightly defiant, slightly bored. All I ever got was: ‘Smile! Smile!’ when I didn’t want to smile. And I really wish that somebody at that time had told me: ‘You know that it’s OK to be who you really are’.”

Gillian Anderson on Kristen Stewart

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