"I’m really afraid to feel happy because it never lasts."- Andy Warhol (via felicefawn)
the look like they’re posing for a early 2000s rap album cover.
I’m too old to be feeling this young.
I want to throw up
I want to make out with you
I want to slam my head into the pavement
My friend is getting married this weekend, and the gift I got from their registry was the EDGE OF GLORY knife sharpener. To go along with it, I decided to make my own card for them.
You know what would be amazing? If this fantastic woman became the next companion. Just an ordinary plain girl with asthma an 4s scarf. Just imagine her and Capaldi flying around time and space. No romance. No stupid banter. Just good. old fashioned. Fun.
If feel like she’d lose her inhaler a lot and then Capaldi would get into a lot of trouble trying to find it and eventually he’s just keep like ten inhalers in the TARDIS
- Having the Doctor be on his last regenerative cycle makes sense in the creation of the Valeyard. We know the Valeyard was somewhere between the Doctor’s 12th and 13th incarnations. Since his last regeneration (AKA “Meta-Crisis Doctor”) created another Doctor who ended up in another universe, it would make sense how this could create some sort of disturbance from which the Valeyard arose.
- If the Doctor is truly out of regenerations, why would he think he could simply regenerate after being infected with the Judas tree poison? He seemed very confident that regenerating would solve the problem he was currently facing. Sure, he could have been lost in the moment and forgot that he was out of remaining regenerations. That doesn’t seem to be the case, though, as he likely wouldn’t waste the time to ask if he should regenerate if he knew that wasn’t an option already.