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#SO COOL#body art#in a way#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

burntlikethesun:

-I’d rather have a water. 
-You are going to love this. One, two, three! 
-Ah! It’s lovely! 

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#this is so cute#and I love how it shows that travelling sometimes is just 'oh hey let's go to this planet that is a giant market and try random things#and not omg end of the world the doctor needs to save everyone!!1!#just#enjoying#exploring#loving not knowing and finding out new things#granted there's great speeches and some good stuff in the last few series#but almost nothing of this#I don't really feel that Eleven's childishness counts as much#Doctor Who#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

#ah yeah having only seen stills and gifs I wasn't sure if the lady in this episode was missy or not#apparently not#I mean as far as Moffat's powerful women go#geesh#Doctor Who#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

mizgnomer:

School Reunion - Behind the Scenes

Below are excerpts from Benjamin Cook’s article in DWM #369

    “THWACK!” is the sound that K9 makes as he collides with a kitchen unit.
    “Hoo-hoo, yessssss!” is the sound that David Tennant makes as he watches K9 collide with a kitchen unit.  He’s the Doctor, so he really should know better.
    “Cut!” is the sound that the director, James Hawes, makes before breaking into a fit of giggles.  “Sorry folks, he’s done it again.”
    “I’m laughing through my tears,” admits Elisabeth, as the cast and crew all collapse in hysterics - except, perhaps, for the producer, Phil Collinson, who has a schedule to keep.  No, wait, Phil is laughing too.
    “Did you catch that, Doctor Who Magazine?” hollers James.
    “If I was a bit smaller,” chuckles David, pointing at K9 (who’d probably be very embarrassed were he a real dog), “I’d get inside him and do this scene myself!”

[Elisabeth on working with David and Billie]
    “David’s a lovely hugger.  He’s very tactile with everyone.  I knew that he had been a fan of Doctor Who when he was a little boy, so that was lovely.  That actually made it a lot sweeter.  And I’m so pleased for Billie, because, as the assistant, you were always totally overshadowed; at last, someone realizes the importance of the assistant.  Billie is very warm, very immediate.”
    “The energy that Billie and David have is remarkable.  I saw David in the gym the other day: he was almost turning summersaults on the ropes.  He’s very fit.  He runs like a bloody bat out of hell.”

The rest of my behind-the-scenes photosets are available here

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#nope not thinking about David in the gym#nooooope#it's all fluffy and rainbows and DW reunions#totally#Doctor Who#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

thebrokenheartedthatstillsing:

maxkirin:

"This sentence has five words. Here are five more words. Five-word sentences are fine. But several together become monotonous. Listen to what is happening. The writing is getting boring. The sound of it drones. It’s like a stuck record. The ear demands some variety. Now listen. I vary the sentence length, and I create music. Music. The writing sings. It has a pleasant rhythm, a lilt, a harmony. I use short sentences. And I use sentences of medium length. And sometimes, when I am certain the reader is rested, I will engage him with a sentence of considerable length, a sentence that burns with energy and builds with all the impetus of a crescendo, the roll of the drums, the crash of the cymbals—sounds that say listen to this, it is important.” - Gary Provost

Reading this was so satisfying woah

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#lanauge is cool#words words words#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

#where's the fairy tale for it?#I kinda imagine it like a heathen version of the Christian stag with a cross thing#art#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue

#whoooooa#the annoyingly handsome pirate#I'm getting a life you're getting a queue