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natalie, 15, usa//multifandom//supernatural, avengers, sherlock, reboot!star trek, harry potter,and sometimes a little doctor who//enjoy urself ok

tarclis:

my sisters dad opened the freezer and a blob of ice fell on his foot and hurt him and he was like yelling and hopping and shit and I was like hey maybe you should put some ice on that

rinthewin:

dragoninatrenchcoat:

sol-shine:

#I feel like arthur lost track somewhere around maybe percy #and then the twins happened and he stopped trying #jesus fucking christ molly #Twins? #TWINS? #I can hardly tell one buttock from the other #let alone two identical children #blimey #just fuck it #damn it all #i’ll start referring to them as you boy and that one there

#wait okay I KNOW this one isn’t mine#his hair is brown

#Fuck did we adopt one?

rinthewin:

dragoninatrenchcoat:

sol-shine:

#wait okay I KNOW this one isn’t mine#his hair is brown

#Fuck did we adopt one?



"How come she married him?" Harry asked miserably, “She hated him!" 
"Nah, she didn’t,"

"How come she married him?" Harry asked miserably, “She hated him!" 

"Nah, she didn’t,"

thechildof-thetardis:

oliviabishops:

doctorhim:

Doctor Who: Then vs. Now

I hate this post because people don’t seem to realize that those are monks. Monks (known for celibacy) from the twelfth century. Monks from the twelfth century who’ve just witnessed a man talking on a phone (which won’t be invented for centuries to come) to a womanThis is not sexist or misogynistic. This is a monk who probably hasn’t seen a woman since he was a boy and that was probably just his mother and/or sister. So the fact that he’s seeing someone talk through a strange device to a woman who is no where near them, it would be pretty frightening. This would be frightening to anyone in the 11th century, not just a monk.   

In addition those of you who think the Monk’s performance of The Sign of the Cross is a way of him saying “Oh god not a woman” you are wrong. He’s trying to remind himself of God as way of calming himself. The Sign of the Cross isn’t a “warding” against evil, it’s a reminder of Christ. And tell me why wanting to be reminded of Christ is “sexist”?