Mudbloods and Murmurs



where do these white dads come from

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30 Days of Doctor Who → Day 10: An episode that makes you cry
↳ The End of Time. ’We will sing to youDoctor. The universe will sing you to your sleep. This song is ending. But the story never ends.

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fleur delacour is so important i can’t even put it into words

badass girl whose “most precious” was her sister, who despite what anyone might think of her (cough molly cough ron cough hermione cough) looks past any aesthetic unpleasantries because she is completely and…

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thanks joffrey

"Who is this?" "The good-looking guy in the sunglasses at your ten o’clock."

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The Doctor offering to help Dalek Caan.
I miss this Doctor Who.

Honestly, I still don’t get why he did offer. It’s not something he’s done previously, all his previous faces would’ve been happy to see Caan dead, especially the Ninth ‘I’m gonna wipe every stinking Dalek out of the sky’ Doctor.

The only time I know of the Doctor showing the Daleks mercy was back with Four (in what was it, Remembrance of the Daleks? Definitely one of the {insert word} of the Daleks episodes) where he had the chance to destroy the Daleks early in their time stream but decided against it thinking that the good that’s happened because of them could outweigh the bad that they do. And in pretty sure he regrets not doing it.

Otherwise, he’s only been far to happy to get rid of them. Even Ten here didn’t seem to have any qualms about sending all the Daleks into the void in Doomsday.

Don’t use a scene that’s actually fairly out of character for the Doctor as an excuse to hate the current.

Cause guess what, the scene where Eleven beats the crap out of a Dalek in Victory of the Daleks is pretty much exactly the same as when Nine beat the crap out of that Dalek in Dalek. Except Nine was actually aiming to kill.  

I don’t think it’s out of character at all. I’m not very knowledgeable as far as Classic DW goes but I think it’s a very important character point during the RTD era.

It isn’t about The Doctor showing just the Daleks mercy. It’s about him showing his enemies mercy in general. Before defeating an enemy, The Doctor has offered to help the Nestene Consciousness, the Racnoss, the Sontarans, he turned himself human to avoid killing a race in HN/FOB, he offered to help Miss. Hartigan in The Next Doctor. I’m sure there’s more I haven’t thought of. In Doomsday he didn’t have any problems sending the Daleks into the void but there were thousands + of them and there was no other option. There isn’t always the option to offer help. 

As far as the Ninth Doctor goes in Dalek he didn’t kill the Dalek. He stopped, he dropped the gun. He chose to not kill it after Rose showed him he was making a mistake. He also chose to not kill the Daleks in POTW. Sure, Nine went into a rage about the Daleks but it made sense for his character at the time. He was suffering from fresh open war wounds and faced with an enemy he thought long gone. It made sense but he still chose to not be a killer.

Personally, I found the Eleventh Doctor lacking this characteristic. It’s a quality I like to see and I missed it. 

Ninth Doctor + Sass Master

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Eleven + taking care of the people he loves.

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"And you know what? Neither is this."

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Everything you’ve ever needed to know about HIMYM in four gifs 





where is that video of a guy playing the shire theme on a flute to an ostrich who starts dancing seductively. that video made me laugh so hard i nearly threw up and i need it

i found it

i have never been that excited to see a video after reading a description of it

i need everyone to know that that description is completely accurate


30 Days of Doctor Who Day 2: Who is your favorite companion, either full time or one off? You can’t make me choose. (I mean can you choose????)

"And tell the Doctor from me: he chose his companions well. It’s been an honour."

Every companion that is, was, and could have been…