To all of my followers…
I’m going hiking for the next 4 days so obviously I won’t be able to post until Monday evening!:/ I’m so sorry about recently but my laptop still isn’t working and then this happens! I don’t mean to be this shit but everything is against me at the minute. So, I mean I know that I’ll lose followers for not posting but thank you all! I love you all :)
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4. What sports do you play? = I don’t think ‘play’ is the right word in my case. I do quite a lot of climbing (indoor and on natural rock), and I run occasionally and I go to the gym :)
10. How many
boyfriends/girlfriends did you have? - 4 :)
11. Why did you create a Tumblr account? - Because some of my friends were talking about it and I was like ‘I might as well see what all the hype is about’ :)
45. Describe your dream date. - I’m quite open minded but a movie, then maybe food!? I would literally be open for any ideas!! :)
48. Have you ever been kissed? - On 2 occasions by the same person
(I’m so sorry about the very late reply, but my laptop is being a dick right now) :/
I often think of the [Doctor Who
] Doctor as an angel who aspires to be human. He loves all the trivia and the little things of being human. He races toward that and embraces them. He regards emotion as empowering. He falls in love, he’s romantic. He’s into all of that. Yet at the same time he always stands apart because, at the end of the day, he’s a massively-powered alien.
Sherlock Holmes is the opposite. He’s an ordinary human being who aspires to be a god. He’s the opposite of the Doctor. He takes emotion and happiness and all those things—simple, transitory passions that the Doctor so values and chooses to embrace—and puts them in an iron box and locks it away believing that will empower him.
So they’re travelling in opposite directions and both never arriving at their ideal.
Steven Moffat, when asked about the differences and similarities between the main characters he writes for Doctor Who and Sherlock
(Monsters and Critics interview, October 2010 [x])
That's what I am: just a traveler. Imagine it: no tax, no bills, no boss. Just the open sky.
you’ve got no idea of what he’s like. I’ve only just met him—it wasn’t even that long ago, but… he is everything. he’s just everything to me and he doesn’t even look at me, but I don’t care, because I love him to bits.
Except that implies, in this big grand scheme of gods and devils, that she’s just a victim. But I’ve seen a lot of this universe. I’ve seen fake gods and bad gods and demigods and would-be-gods, and out of all that…out of that whole Pantheon…If I believe in one thing…just one thing…I BELIEVE IN HER.
Doctor Who, series 2, episode 9, written by Matt Jones and Russell T. Davies. (via i-live-i-laugh-i-love
5.06 vampires of venice → “one city to save an entire species. was that too much to ask?”
Doctor Who filming ‘Robots of Sherwood’
make me choose: anonymous asked
Amy or Clara