kntsrgn:

"You can imagine the universe like a huge bubble, it’s a bad metaphor, and now the TARDIS is like a tiny bubble on the side of that huge bubble, like a pocket universe. Ah, it’s a spacey wacey thing."

kntsrgn:

"You can imagine the universe like a huge bubble, it’s a bad metaphor, and now the TARDIS is like a tiny bubble on the side of that huge bubble, like a pocket universe. Ah, it’s a spacey wacey thing."

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kntsrgn:

"You can imagine the universe like a huge bubble, it’s a bad metaphor, and now the TARDIS is like a tiny bubble on the side of that huge bubble, like a pocket universe. Ah, it’s a spacey wacey thing."

kntsrgn:

"You can imagine the universe like a huge bubble, it’s a bad metaphor, and now the TARDIS is like a tiny bubble on the side of that huge bubble, like a pocket universe. Ah, it’s a spacey wacey thing."

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imaginationandheartbreak:

Matt Smith at the Louisville ComiCon talking poetry: 

“If any of you have ever been in love with someone who lives a long way away you must get this book.  It’s called Rapture.  The fist poem is called ‘You’.” And, yes, he did recite the first line.  I am now going to imagine him reading this over and over, falling into love.

 Rapture, Carol Ann Duffy

You

 Uninvited, the thought of you stayed too late in my head,
 so I went to bed, dreaming you hard, hard, woke with your name,
 like tears, soft, salt, on my lips, the sound of its bright syllables
 like a charm, like a spell.

                                    Falling in love
 is glamorous hell; the crouched, parched heart
 like a tiger ready to kill; a flame's fierce licks under the skin.
 Into my life, larger than life, beautiful, you strolled in.
 I hid in my ordinary days, in the long grass of routine,
 in my camouflage rooms. You sprawled in my gaze,
 staring back from anyone's face, from the shape of a cloud,
 from the pining, earth-struck moon which gapes at me

 and I open the bedroom door. The curtains stir. There you are
 on the bed, like a gift, like a touchable dream.

Carol Ann Duffy

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When Jack kisses Rose and the Doctor goodbye, John Barrowman made a special effort to kiss both actors in exactly the same way… except on one take, when he kissed Billie Piper as usual, then said his line to Christopher Eccleston, started the kiss, and didn’t stop until they fell on the floor.

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I AM SCREAMING.

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amywiliams:

Karen and Matt - Louisville Comic Con - March 29th, 2014

amywiliams:

Karen and Matt - Louisville Comic Con - March 29th, 2014

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pondsandbeyond:

2010 / 2014 

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