Plot twist: The villain kills the main character and his girlfriend levels up her personal character development and takes over as protagonist.
The beginning of I Write Sins Not Tragedies slowed down and layered over The Ballad of Mona Lisa.
Oh my god
Oh my god
Well that took all of 2 seconds for me to hit the reblog button.
i just yelled
AMAZING JUST AMAZING OH MY GOD
Loving reminder that expunging toxic and abusive people from your life is ok even when you’re related to them
Caring notice that it’s ok to have complex and difficult feelings about people that have hurt you
Gentle memo that you aren’t obligated to forgive anyone if you don’t want to
Tender note that people who tell you otherwise mean you no good
But I like to see The Doctor as The Doctor, and an actor who doesn’t bring baggage is a grand sort of thing. A star waiting to happen. So I don’t want to see Helen Mirren or Sir Ian McKellen or Chiwetel Ejiofor, or any of the famous names people are suggesting.
I want to see The Doctor. I want to be taken by surprise. I want to squint at a photo of the person online and go “but how can that be The Doctor?”. Then I want to be amazingly, delightedly, completely proven wrong, and, six episodes in, I want to wonder how I could have been so blind. Because this is the Doctor. Of course it is. ❞
Neil Gaiman (via jumperpheasants)
Same here! Becoming the Doctor, is, traditionally, a role that plucks someone from obscurity and absolutely changes their life, and that’s one tradition I’d like to keep.(via elevenharkness-vas-computerchair)
whenever I have a lot of important shit to do I make a list of it all and then don’t do any of it
follow your dreams unless theyre dreams about killing people or something and then maybe tone it down a little