wobbly hedgey c:
#insert Martin Freeman reference here
That Winter feeling… This is my Christmas Card!
For those of you who missed it the first time around, I’m sending about 200 of those, anywhere in the world, just because I can.
The first batch of people who contacted me back then (about 90), will all get one (you don’t need to send me an email again!), as it was under my estimated number, but there is still half of my quota available, so if you want one, send me your adress at email@example.com.
If there are too many new messages, raffle time with the second batch :D
And don’t worry, I’ll delete all the adresses once I’m done, no funny stuff.
Hope you like it :)
Matt and Karen dancing at San Diego Comic-Con 2011.
This is brilliant.
Looks like I’m reboggling this again
There was the top secret, very special, extra read through for episode 10 and Matt came striding in with a GUITAR ON HIS BACK. I have honestly never seen a whole roomful of people flatten themselves against the wall with such a high pitched squeal of terror. Except Karen, of course. She trotted along beside him without a care in the world. -Steven Moffat
You are correct, sir.
Nerdy AND food!
Is it bigger on the inside?
omg it’s so cute and it looks delicious askdjf;
i couldn’t possibly eat it…
There’s alot of Doctor.
…Has he got a lamp on his head?
High Fashion Pokemon, how fashion should be.
this is sorta amazing
Reblog if you imagined/hoped your adult life would be like this when you were a kid. Don’t lie.
We are nothing less than human.
I actually enjoyed science class today. We didn’t do much, but my teacher Mr. Stewart was talking about his daughter. Her name is Emily and she is 4 years old. Ever since she was born, my teacher had decided he wanted to let his daughter do anything the way she wanted, as long as she wouldn’t get hurt. He wanted to keep her away from believing she couldn’t do something. One day, Mr. Stewart took Emily to go buy some shoes. He thought the High-Top Converse would look extremely cute on her, but Emily wanted the light-up Spiderman sneakers. He said that they were her shoes, so she could pick out whatever she liked. They went up to the cashier and you know what she said? “Oh, are these for your little brother?” Mr. Stewart realized that the cashier had just planted a seed in Emily’s mind. He is now afraid that she might start thinking, Maybe I shouldn’t get the Spiderman shoes, they’re only for boys. Maybe I can’t do math, because I’m not math smart. Maybe I should stick to playing with barbies, because that’s what girls are supposed to do. You see? He’s afraid that she will one day believe that she is less than human. That she’s only supposed to do this, because that’s what society says she’s supposed to do. Mr. Stewart didn’t want that for his daughter. He continues to let her play with monster trucks while wearing a princess gown and her Spiderman sneakers. He told her she can be anything she wants to be. But before they left the store, you know what Mr. Stewart said to the cashier? Thank you for your ignorance.
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