2. "Are you taller?"
    "What, do you have to reach a a high shelf?"
    "Right, got to go. Going to be late."
    "For a shelf??"

    (Source: fyjennalouisecoleman, via favseries-idols)

  3. You’re dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway” - Walt Disney

    (via disneyfrozen)


  4. A Little girl, 3 yrs. old picked up by a man driving a gray car, license plate: Quebec 72B 381. Canada. Reblog this. It could save her. The Kidnapping is recent so do it, 3 seconds will not kill you. If it were your child .



    Please, please, please, everyone reblog this. Please. I’m begging you.

    This is a really sweet thing to reblog guys, and it’s great to know that all the people that reblogged this care, but it’s fake.

  5. Hey Brother - Avicii (x)

    (Source: yourejustnotkeepingup, via the-human-jack-frost)

  6. romantichic:




    (Source: crazychipmunk, via robot-grrl)

  7. doctorwho:


    ANNOUNCED TODAY: Nationwide Cinema Screenings of the first episode of the new series of Doctor Who with Peter Capaldi on Monday, August 25th.

    Can you imagine how exciting that would be? Grabbing some popcorn, and sitting in a theater with a whole bunch of other Whovians - all watching ‘Deep Breath’ together at the SAME time? 

    The screenings will include 15 minutes of cinema exclusive bonus contentThe event will be presented in more than 550 select movie theaters around the country at 7:00pm (local time) and 9:30pm (in select locations). Tickets are available now through FathomEvents.com.

    Click here for a complete list of theater locations.

    ADDITIONALLY, there will be midnight theater screenings on Saturday, August 23rd in 12 theaters (after the episode premieres on BBC America). More information will be announced on August 5th at FathomEvents.comKeep watching your dash, we’ll be posting more information as soon as we hear it.

    For all the information, check out the full article over on Fathom Events’s website. Any additional questions can be directed to Doctor Who Shop on Twitter

    In case you missed it.

  8. …and I always will be.

    (Source: hazellncaster, via doctorwho)

  9. 100,000 BC: An Unearthly Child (23 November, 1963)
    100,000 BC: An Unearthly Child (23 November, 1963)—The Tenth Planet: Episode Four (29 October, 1966)
    The Power of the Daleks: Episode One (5 November, 1966)—The Green Death: Episode Six (23 June, 1973)
    The Time Warrior: Part One (15 December, 1973)—Meglos: Part Four (18 October, 1980)
    Full Circle: Part One (25 October, 1980)—Planet of Fire: Part Four (2 March, 1984)
    The Caves of Androzani: Part One (8 March, 1984)—Doctor Who: The Movie (12 May, 1996)
    Rose (26 March, 2005)—Doomsday (8 July, 2006)
    The Runaway Bride (25 December, 2006)—The End of Time: Part Two (1 January, 2010)
    The Eleventh Hour (3 April, 2010)—The Angels Take Manhattan (29 September, 2012)
    The Snowmen (25 December, 2012)—The Day of the Doctor (23 November, 2013)


    "You said no family. But there must be people who love you. Friends."
    "No. Well, yes. But it’s a long story."

    The TARDIS Team (23 November, 1963—23 November, 2013)

    (via follow-doctorwho)

  10. doctorwho:

    Hullo, Doctor Who Tumblr here. So you’re #NewToWho and want to start watching the show, but you keep hearing people talk about numbered doctors and flying blue boxes and maybe it all seems just a bit confusing, especially since there’s over 50 years of episodes to consider! With all of time and space, every episode that’s ever happened or ever will, where do you start?

    Well, don’t worry because we’re here to help;


    The first question you may be asking is “What is Doctor Who, exactly?” The show follows the story of the Doctor, an alien Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey who travels through all of time and space in the TARDIS, a time machine disguised as a big blue telephone box, saving the universe from enemies like the Daleks and the Ice Warriors. His current travel companion is Clara Oswald, though he has a long list of friends and companions who have shared journeys with him. Instead of dying, the Doctor is able to regenerate into a new body, taking on a new personality with each regeneration. Twelve actors, plus John Hurt, have played the Doctor thus far. Doctor Who celebrates change, creativity, and compassion, taking its viewers on adventures throughout the universe and teaching them the value of bravery and friendship.

    Your next question may be “What is a Whovian? What qualifies me to be one?” A Whovian is a member of the Doctor Who fandom, simple as that. And, well, are you a Doctor Who fan and do you want to be a Whovian? Then good news, you already are one! That’s the great thing about Who, it doesn’t matter if you’ve watched for 50 years or 50 minutes as long as you’re excited about Doctor Who and other Doctor Who fans. We might be a little biased but we think the Doctor Who fandom is pretty great! Whovians produce original music, write fanfiction, make gifsets and edits, create amazing cosplays, and have so much enthusiasm towards the show that they love. Plus, it’s incredibly global! Even if you live on a tiny island somewhere in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, there’s bound to be at least one other Whovian there with you.

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