Anonymous asked:

hey karen, how are u, matt and jemma? :( are lynne and marie doing alright

We’re okay, just sick. Jemma played on our bed and floor while we laid in bed and watched game of thrones so she seemed to be feeling a bit better. She’s curled up between us again and I like her being close. Mum and Lynne are fine, just sort of waiting on us hand and foot which makes me feel terrible but they say they don’t mind it, we’re their children and we’re sick and need them.

fighthehurricane:

you know what I do when I don’t like a character?

  • I don’t talk about them.
  • I don’t go into their tag.
  • If I see an edit of them, I ignore it.
  • I may even blacklist their name if the dislike is strong enough.

you know what I don’t do when I don’t like a character?

  • go in their tag
  • reblog edits of them just to complain
  • make posts about them
  • in general, I don’t waste my time and breath on them

it’s….it’s a remarkably simple concept

it makes life a whole lot nicer

donutincense:

That part of the song that gives you an eargasm

satsukisexual:

HAVE YOU EVER JUST REALLY WANTED TO BE FRIENDS WITH SOMEONE AND YOURE IN A MUTUAL FOLLOW WITH THEM AND YOU JUST KIND OF STARE AT THEIR URL LONGINGLY BEFORE JUST SLOWLY SCROLLING PAST BECAUSE YOU DONT WANT TO SEEM WEIRD

(Source: kokonose)

Anonymous asked:

Hi bby ^.^ how're you feeling today?

Hi! I feel like crap. Today was spent watching films while Jemma played on our bed with us. I don’t even know how many films we watched ahhhh. But mostly we watched GOT, we’re somewhere in season 2. margaery has been introduced and Sansa was ripped from her blue gown. I want to be on this show if only for the clothes. They’re stunning.

Posted on Sep 14, 2014 at 7PM

holmesillusion:

Fun? Teaching them how to shoot people?

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It’s a gutsy move to actually go back to the Doctor’s childhood; the decision to keep the young Gallifreyan in silhouette, with only his hair and feet even briefly visible, is an acknowledgment that the episode risks compromising one of the show’s great enduring mysteries. But then, Steven Moffat has been quietly building to this scene for almost a decade; think of the 9th Doctor in “The Empty Child” saying he knows what it’s like to be left out in the cold, or of Reinette seeing the 10th Doctor’s lonely childhood in “The Girl In The Fireplace.” The Doctor didn’t run away from Gallifrey because he fitted in perfectly, after all, and this night—one of many, apparently—spent cowering in fear is just the beginning of the journey that led him to discover courage. After all, courage would be unnecessary in the absence of fear, and kindness cannot easily exist without either of them.


At its heart, “Listen” is an act of compassion toward the Doctor. Previous episodes have examined and analyzed the Doctor’s foibles, shining the spotlight on the flaws in his character that make him so much more fascinating than some boring old hero. But what far fewer stories have done is seek to understand the Doctor. It’s easy to sympathize with the Doctor when he’s being a bit of a bastard, but that’s generally a question of balancing the scales: Yes, the Doctor is in the wrong in this given situation, but he’s so often in the right that he can be cut some slack. But it’s far harder to empathize with the Doctor, because that requires us to understand the Doctor as just another person. Russell T. Davies, for all his success bringing out the emotional realities of the companions’ lives, had a tendency to keep the Doctor at arm’s length, relying on Christopher Eccleston’s and David Tennant’s acting to bring out otherwise unspoken emotions. Steven Moffat is more interested in exploring the Doctor, but generally in terms of his unique status as the universe’s greatest legend. Here, however, a particularly alien Doctor is revealed to be driven, at least in part, by the fears and dreams that haunted him eons ago. That’s not everything we need to know about the Doctor, for no one can be so easily reduced. But “Listen” is just about the most honest exploration of the Doctor we’ve seen in 51 years. That it does all this without judgment, but rather with love and understanding, is what makes it special. It’s what makes it Doctor Who.


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Anonymous asked:

If you were in any Doctor Who episode, which one would it be and why?

Either The Snowmen of Robot of Sherwood. I wanted to do a period costume so badly and Jenna has done like four! Well I did one but I was in in very shortly.

qarlantyrell:

hey, so you know how “what character do you associate w/ me” ask games are a thing?

i’m curious what statement or phrase you associate with me, if there is one

like do any of you have a “that’s the one who said that thing" moment when you see my url?

Posted on Sep 14, 2014 at 6PM

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