Doctor Who Tardis
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I’m just….

I don’t know if I want to scream or cry or just punch something until my knuckles are bloody and bruised.

Posted 1 year ago

P.S.

Guess what, douchefuck? If a member of a marginalised minority tells you something is offensive, that fucking means it is. Now kindly go fall on something sharp and pointy.

Posted 1 year ago

Fucking pissed right now.

I nicely asked someone not to use “derp” because it’s ableist as fuck. They sent me this motherfucking essay about how ~NO IT’S NOT~ and ~LOL GET OVER IT~ basically. And I’m fucking seeing red right now and want to take a fucking knife to the temple of every ableist piece of shit on this planet.

Posted 1 year ago

go-north-by-north-west:

thescienceofjohnlock:

thebritishteapot:

naturalshocks:

Artwork by AlessiaPelonzi

*dead*

Excuse me…. what’s that masterpiece?

omfg amazing

And then there was this mind-blowing pièce de résistance.

Want comics now.

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starling-girl:

prettyarbitrary:

valeria2067:

The difference between Sherlock’s face and John’s face: this is not the first time John has seen this happen to a man.

Greg, too.  Look at his face.  If he’s about 50, then he’s probably been on the force for more than 20 years.  7/7, the 1990s IRA campaign…yeah.

Always thought it was a bit pretentious to say that Sherlock’s London was the battlefield.  It’s Lestrade’s London that has the riots and terrorist attacks.  Sherlock doesn’t care about those.  Not cerebral enough for him.

John and Greg look so resigned. It’s a look that says “Not again, not here. Not while I’m awake.”

Because they each have their nightmares - different nightmares, for sure, John’s in hot, dry heat and the sound of gunfire, Lestrade’s in the cool damp streets of London with buses rigged to explode.

Oh God, I never had feels about this scene until now *weeps*

(Source: herrholmes)