Okay fine, I'll put in a blurb. I'm Mormon. I'm 30. I'm a cosplayer, because I apparently feel the need to spend my money faster. I like Harry Potter, particularly Luna Lovegood or anything Hufflepuff. I like Doctor Who, and particularly love Rory Williams. I like Sherlock, and my favorite character is Molly Hooper. Other favorites are Wonderfalls, Gargoyles and Avatar: The Last Airbender. I'll reblog nearly anything with Louise Brealey, Arthur Darvill, Missy Higgins or Caroline Dhavernas in it. I tried really hard not to ship Sherlolly but Series 3 broke me and now I can't stop myself. Hello! Nice to meet you.
Sometimes it is really obvious that Classic Who was intended as a children’s show. It feels a little like watching Blues Clues — I mean OBVIOUSLY the Animus is a giant spider, they keep talking about it being at the center of a web and the Zarbi were afraid of the spider Vicki and the Doctor showed them, but they keep saying that no one knows what the Animus is and I’m like, it’s a spider. It’s a spider. IT’S A FREAKING GIANT SPIDER FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE.
Vicki adopted a Zarbi that is so stinking cute!
I don’t understand why that Menoptera is calling Ian Heron. Can she not pronounce Ian or does it mean Friend or something?
"The wall is not friendly."
Fan fiction is a way of the culture repairing the damage done in a system where contemporary myths are owned by corporations instead of owned by the folk.
Henry Jenkins, in Textual Poachers: Media Fans and Participatory Culture (via quotatiousquotations)