Currently feeding my Doctor Who, Sherlock, Harry Potter, Supernatural and Tom Hiddleston obsessions. Teenage fangirl trapped in a middle-age body.


You looked inside of me and you saw hatred. That’s not victory. 

  • Journey: It's smaller on the outside.
  • Doctor: It's a bit exciting when you go the other way.

It’s all right up until the eyebrows. Then it just goes haywire. Look at the eyebrows! These are attack eyebrows! You can take bottle tops off with these! They’re cross. They’re crosser than the rest of my face. They’re independently cross! They probably want to cede from the rest of my face and set up their own independent state of eyebrows!

—12th Doctor on his eyebrows (via glitterqueen80)


Deep Breath Opening

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Is this how time normally passes? Really slowly, in the right order?

—The Doctor Who fandom (via doctorwho)

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Eleven’s hour’s over now. The clock is striking twelve.

Eleven’s hour’s over now. The clock is striking twelve.

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I wish he would just miss catching that cup and it hits him on his pretty little head…maybe in the gagreel…


Yeahhh… I think Hiddleston’s hand-eye game is pretty good.

If you watch with the commentary, he says that he did hit himself in the face with the cup. And Kevin Feign was upset it didn’t get put in the gag reel, cause that cup wasn’t made to be thrown and it apparently hurt.

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My eyebrows, which I’ve never taken much notice of in my life before, Steven’s decided are the most amazing comic devices. Now in the scripts, as a stage direction, instead of saying, “The Doctor looks peeved” or “The Doctor looks annoyed,” they just write, “Eyebrows.” I’m supposed to do something with my eyebrows.