Why did you never feel it? Pain?

You always feel it Sherlock. But you don’t have to fear it! Pain! Heartbreak. Loss. Death. It’s all good. So good.


praybriel4gabriel:

carachameleon:

I tortured souls just to try it

I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it


ONE YEAR LATER


toke-the-smoke:

Date night



What if Donna used the lottery money to open a business.

baconowltimelordflamespond:

reginaisthegoodone:

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I need you to order lunch for ten people, prepare the meeting room for 10am and make sure there are some biscuits with the coffee. Try not screw up this time.

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Oh my god, that’s Donna.

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She’s not supposed to see me.

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Oi, you, why are you hiding under the desk.

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I’ve just dropped a pen, Miss Noble.

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It’s Mrs. Temple-Noble. And I see no pen. So watch it. 

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Of course. Yes. Brilliant. Wonderful. 

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Bonkers. He’s bonkers.

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I miss you so much.

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lloottrr:

The Edge of Night

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King


Listen!


teamrocketing:

this entire show is gold


you know the drill by now


Out of curiosity; how many Supernatural fans miss Gabriel? Even if it’s only a little bit.

theirwaywardangel:

doctorspocksbluebox:

nicoleannwinchester:

thesp8game:

vadakbelle:

tashashk:

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All the miss!

How can you not miss him,  he’s 5’5” of concentrated sass and candy!!

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I will sell my soul for Gabriel to come back.

we literally have nine seasons of a show that tells you why you really shouldn’t do that

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lightspeedsound:

procrastveitor:

loudons:

A moment of silence to all the kids who can’t wait to become a teenager because they think it’s fun

Two hours of silence for all the teenagers who can’t wait to become adults because they think they’ll get to do whatever they want

a shot of vodka to all the 20 somethings who are coping with a lack of rent money by sitting around eating captain crunch in dinosaur PJs wishing they were actually a pre-teen again. 


tastefullyoffensive:

[via]


therewerebirds:

triflesandparsnips:

This morning my daughter, who is nearly four, saw the stretch marks on my hips and stomach. She ran her hands over them and asked what they were.

“I got them when I grew up,” I said, “and a few more when I had you.” I grinned down at her. “They’re my stripes. You’ll get stripes too when you grow up.”

She was overjoyed. “Really?

I think she’s in her room now, pretending to be a tiger.

This is what we need to teach. 


taracynara:

doctordonna10:

qthewetsprocket:

dixie-chicken:

but guys, you realize Morgan Freeman had to read those lines

…without laughing.

LOOK AT THE GUY HOLDING THE MICROPHONE

This post doesn’t show up on my dash enough.