And on Thursdays we're teddy bear doctors
I'm 24 and internet is my mother, my brother and my lover.

I live for my TV shows and believe that there's no such thing as too much homosexual undertones.

One day I'll be the one responsible for all your slashy feels, since I'm gonna be a screenwriter.
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How do I fandom?: A brief and probably very uninformative guide for those unaware

Fandom is a thing. That exist. It’s not a sect, it’s not a disease. Educate your moms, educate your non-fandom friends. All the moms and non-fandom friends of ours: this one’s for you. See what it’s all about and why are we so emotional towards our computers sometimes (we all know you were getting worried…)

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Posted 9 months ago with 17,041 notes
originally speacewalker

Posted 10 months ago with 29,179 notes
originally littleannasun


Gallifreyan River

Posted 1 year ago with 18,624 notes
originally savedher

Posted 1 year ago with 1,181 notes
originally farewell-raggedy-man

first there were the daleks. and then there was a man who fought them. and then in time he died. there are a few, of course, who believe this man somehow survived and that one day he will return. for both our sakes, dearest hannah, we must hope these stories are true.

Posted 1 year ago with 9,489 notes
originally efietrinket


Wholock AU: The Doctor tries to solve the mystery of Sherlock Holmes, the detective who keeps dying.

Posted 1 year ago with 69,360 notes
originally karlimeaghan

the eleventh

Posted 1 year ago with 12,076 notes
originally companions

Posted 1 year ago with 4,049 notes
originally mareluna3001



AU - Tom Hiddleston is a grown up Stormageddon


Posted 2 years ago with 64,818 notes
originally cumberchameleon

Posted 2 years ago with 56,624 notes
originally expelliarmus


Doctor Who: P.S. - by Chris Chibnall (the scene that was never shot)

Dear Dad, 

This is the difficult bit. If I got this right, you’re reading this letter a week after we left in the TARDIS. The thing is: we’re not coming back. We’re alive and well and stuck in New York, 50 years before I was born. We can’t come home again, I won’t ever see you again and that breaks my heart.

I’m so sorry, Dad. I thought about this for years and I realised there was one thing that I could do, I could write you, tell you everything about how we lived, about how, despite it all, we were happy. But before I do, I need you to know…

you are the best dad any son could have had.

And for all the times I drove you mad and you drove me mad, all the times I snapped at you… I’m sorry. I miss everything about you, especially our awkward hugs.

I bought a trough, we have a small yard, a garden. But one more important bit of business, the man who delivered the letter, Anthony. Be nice to him…

because he’s your grandson.

We finally adopted in 1946: Anthony Brian Williams. He can tell you everything, he’ll have the family albums and I realise having a grandson who’s older than you is so far beyond weird.

But I’m sorry. I love you, Dad. I miss you.

Posted 2 years ago with 12,204 notes
originally deacastiel


The Adventurers

Posted 2 years ago with 11,070 notes
originally savedher

Posted 2 years ago with 18,757 notes
originally szabadosed