“Uh… I-I-I… I would not. This belongs to my wife now, so.” [x]
“Rose is actually happy in the parallel universe with her half-human Doctor.” / Russel T. Davies
There’s been a revelation made about Nine and Rose’s kiss. Look very closely at Rose after Nine finishes the extraction of the Time Vortex from her mind; we can’t hear it, but she whispering “thank you” to Nine and all I can say is…Wow. I can’t tell you how much this blows me away considering I’ve made gifs of this scene so many times and yet have never caught this.
I’m just speechless because it means that for one brief moment before she lost her memory of this event, she knew how much Nine loved her and thanked him for saving her life. It’s amazing how much these two continue to surprise me.
Very, very good idea.
They actually listened to us. They took advice from tumblr.
next step is the salt hula hoops
Progress; Kevin used my Holy water waterguns.
u bitches better reblog this i worked really hard on it
Wait! Does that mean…
PLEASE TELL ME I AM WRONG
but how about this post with the terrible tags telling you that this:
and then it just gets worse because her little pause before she says “the baby” because why would she hesitate to tell his that Jackie is preganent? but she could never tell so she gives him this one lie and jesus just go read it (X)
when I say “I wish they would turn this book into a movie” what I really mean is “I wish they would turn this book into a 17-hour-long spectacle that includes every single solitary detail and doesn’t deviate at all from the storyline and has perfect casting”
Dean Winchester: It’s okay
Needed another addition:
Someone needs to say it;
Dean, it’s okay.
#let me tell you something about this scene okay #her little pause before she says ‘and the baby’ #like she’s not sure if she’s going to say it #but then she figures okay why not say it I’ve got nothing left to lose #and that little smile on her face when she does #because for all the heartache she’s feeling right now and has felt since she and the Doctor were separated #there’s this one thing that will always keep them together #but then the Doctor says ‘you’re not…?’#it’s this look of sheer terror and sadness on his face #that is not the face of a man who thinks the woman he loves is pregnant with another man’s child #he thinks she’s pregnant with his child #and now she’s trapped in a parallel world where he will never be able to reach her #but if she’d told him right then and there that she was pregnant with his child he would have torn both universes apart to get to them #and he can’t do that because he has to protect the universe and stay detached and nothing should cloud his vision #and Rose knows that because she knows him better than anyone so seeing that look on his face she says ‘it’s mum’s’ #and then that look of relief on his face is worth the lie #they only have two minutes and sometimes a lie is kinder than the truth
Misha Collins Appreciation Post <3
I have an amazing mother, but when I was growing up she didn’t always have a tremendous amount of material resources at her disposal. We were on welfare and very poor for some time and we were homeless for a while. When I was eleven, we were taken in by [friends who let us live on their] farm for several months. They were unbelievably generous with us. They gave us essentially room and board for months because they knew we didn’t have a place to go, and they enabled us to feel like we weren’t a burden there, by allowing me to work on the farm and to earn my keep. Of course at eleven, I was completely useless and probably more in the way than anything, but it was just like an extension of their kind act to allow me to think that I wasn’t a burden there, and so I would go out in the field and transplant leeks and rake hay into rows and things like that. It’s something that has stuck with me and there are other incidences in my childhood that have stuck with me, you know, a woman that gave my mother $100 when I was six so that she could buy me and my brother Christmas presents that year. I didn’t even know who she was, it was just this really generous act that made a huge difference in these small children’s’ lives and to my mother as well.
Thirty years later I still remember that, and it still impacts on how I behave, not always … (laughs), but when it comes to my mind it affects how I behave and I think that that is kind of what I am getting at. It can be infectious and exponential. I mean, I probably wouldn’t be trying to do this random acts project if somebody hadn’t demonstrated that kind of kindness to me when I was young and likewise people who receive, who are the recipients of the random acts that we do now, will probably carry on that tradition later.
This is how wrong you are if you hate Misha. Seriously, he’s better and kinder than like everybody so your argument is invalid.
GAY CUPID ON STEROIDS
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