atheistj:

Reblog this post if you ship Philinda.

If you ship Phil and the cellist, reblog here.

toriandrelativedimensionsinspace:

three-degrees-below-social:

The Doctor used to be someone kids could grow up with, and look up to. What happened? Oh, right.


Can we please just spread this across the internet like wildfire?
toriandrelativedimensionsinspace:

three-degrees-below-social:

The Doctor used to be someone kids could grow up with, and look up to. What happened? Oh, right.


Can we please just spread this across the internet like wildfire?

toriandrelativedimensionsinspace:

three-degrees-below-social:

The Doctor used to be someone kids could grow up with, and look up to. What happened? Oh, right.

Can we please just spread this across the internet like wildfire?

lolmythesis:

Cinema Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology 

'The Male Gaze: Alternative Perspectives & the Politics of Looking'

This is my Uni, and it’s so true..

Shit Carter says

(Source: iblamethenubbins)

funeral-march:

2013 is almost over and all i did was join more fandoms

pickyourheartupoffthefloor:

christmas has been cancelled. we will now present hellmas

thescienceofjohnlock:

otherbully1:

wildebrams:

crisstianmingle:

lord grant me the strength to accept the plot lines i cannot change

courage to continue to watch the show

and wisdom to remember i am not a member of the psychotic part  of the fandom

amen

#as i blog through the valley of the shadow of death

I will fear no canon. For Thou art with me. Thy fanfic and thy meta, they comfort me

Forever and ever AO3

tea-and-skeletons:

The underground coal fire that creates what is called “Burning Mountain” (Mount Wingen) near Wingen, New South Wales, Australia was probably started by lightning or spontaneous combustion. At least, that’s the assumption—no one knows for sure because it has been going strong for at least 6,000 years. Acientists believe it may be the oldest known continuously burning coal fire.

The blaze moves at a rate of about 1 meter (3.3 ft) each year due south. That may not sound like much, but given its age, simple math tells us that the coal fire has moved at least 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) since it started. At this rate, the fire should reach the outskirts of Sydney Australia, a distance of about 280 kilometers (173 mi), in another 255,000 years or so.

thebeautyofmoonlight:

relahvant:

everyone’s making their blogs all snowy and stuff for christmas while here in australia christmas is literally this

image

it was 36 degrees today and i saw an ad on tv with about 20 santas surfing and waving a christmas ham around in the air

that is literally a representation of an australian christmas