*puts a play within a play*
It’s a metaphor, see. You put your uncle’s murder plot that killed your dad in the play, but you don’t let your uncle know you plan to kill him.
- Woprats were a long-extinct species from Gallifrey. The Second Doctor was surprised to find one in a Type-one TARDIS and wished to investigate. Before he could, Victoria screamed and scared it off.Woprats were built like small dogs and appeared like rats, except they had fifteen long, multi-jointed limbs arranged like a spider. Older ones had thin, grey hair. (PROSE: Heart of TARDIS)
- The flubble was a creature somewhat like a koala with six legs and a smaller nose. The First Doctor hid a pet flubble under his bed while he was in the Time Lord Academy, though he was nearly caught when she came into heat and starting using her mating call. (PROSE: Island of Death)
- Tafelshrews were edible, rodent-like mammals on Gallifrey. (PROSE: Cat’s Cradle: Time’s Crucible, Lungbarrow) -Tafelshrews were used in experiments and a mated pair were brought in the first Time Scaphe. (PROSE: Cat’s Cradle: Time’s Crucible) - The cousins of Lungbarrow survived mainly on tafelshrews and fungus while trapped in the House of Lungbarrow. (PROSE: Lungbarrow) - The Doctor of another universe used a toy tafelshrew to distract a guard. (PROSE: The Infinity Doctors)
- A rovie was a type of Gallifreyan mouse. Ordinarily, they possessed no more abilities than their Terran counterparts, though they were longer-lived. They had fairly limited intelligence and a fifteen second memory. They could be domesticated and in early Gallifreyan history they were used in experiments. Some Time Tots kept them as pets. - The Fifth Doctor, Erimem, and Shayde once encountered a rovie that had become lost in the Doctor’s TARDIS and subjected to the raw power of the Time Vortex. Though such exposure should have killed it, it made it evolve rapidly. It developed sentience, the ability to speak and a massive intelligence. It tried to take over the TARDIS and with it the universe. With Shayde's assistance, the Doctor managed to disrupt the rovie's control of the TARDIS. Shayde then took it back to Gallifrey for further study. (AUDIO: No Place Like Home)
SOMEONE DRAW ME THETA HOLDING A FLUBBLE WITH SOME OF IT’S ARM AROUND HIS NECK, REST AROUND HIS WAIST AND TOO HEAVY FOR HIM, BUT HE STILL HAS A BIG GRIN ON HIS FACE LIKE:
"Look Koschei I found one. Can I keep it?"
"No. Absolutely not!"
"Oh pleeease. They are harmless…"
Are you fucking kidding me? Like, no, Shakespeare wouldn’t tweet a sonnet cause 140 characters is a bit short for that. Wrong medium. But you know what he would have? A very active twitter FULL OF DICK PUNS AND YOUR MOM JOKES okay. (And probably also a blog for the sonnets and longer works, that cross-posts links to twitter anyway.)
Get out of here with that pretentious anti-technology bullshit.
Shakespeare would have if he could have. He’d have tweeted that shit in fourteen glorious tweets a piece that looked like rants but if you scrolled down and read up, they were actually stupid-good poems. Swine.
Shakespeare never lived past the year 1616.
You know what, Shakespeare was basically an SNL writer. Some of his work was deeply philosophical, and some of it was dick jokes, and some of it was both things at the same time, but mostly it was mass-consumable. And mostly it was about getting paid. You know how you do that? By working your fanbase.
You’re damn right Shakespeare would have been on Twitter. Anyone who wants to talk about him like he was some kind of literary snob is just exposing their own pretentious ignorance.
Of course he never tweeted a sonnet. Cellphone coverage in Elizabethan London was even worse than modern County Wicklow during heavy rain.
But if he was alive now I think he’d be on Twitter all right, and on Tumblr, and have a website, and….
He’d be someone like Neil Gaiman or Mark Gaitiss or Stephen Fry, a writer of short stories, novels, TV and movie scripts and possibly an actor as well. He’d be in demand for shows like QI and Graham Norton, where he’d be witty, outrageous and quotable, and he’d also front pop-culture documentaries on media, history and language for BBC4.
How fucked up is the entire concept of The Parent Trap? These parents have twins but want a divorce so they decide their best course of action is to just each take one and never speak to each other again.
boys r so weak. boys r some pathetic shit. if u punch me in the boob my boob will still b able to sustain life for a new fuckin human. my boob can sustain the human race. if i kick u boys hard enough in the nuts u will never reproduce. ur genetic line is over bub. one well placed stiletto and u are getting shitty half-assed boners and no babies 4 life. who has the power son. who owns u. girls own u. i own u punk. sit down
I love calling Roberts!Master “AmeriMaster” because it highlights his uniquely American persona as well as his happy ways. AmeriMaster. A merry Master.
the oteep → 30 of the classic, cheesy, cliché songs you have definitely associated with one of your otps at least once, you loser01. IRIS the goo goo dolls // 02. FIX YOU coldplay // 03. SHATTERED trading yesterday // 04. I WILL FOLLOW YOU INTO THE DARK death cab for cutie // 05. YOU FOUND ME the fray // 06. KING AND LIONHEART of monsters and men // 07. WONDERWALL oasis // 08. AT THE BEGINNING (FROM ANASTASIA) richard marx & donna lewis // 09. METEOR SHOWER owl city // 10. THE SCIENTIST coldplay // 11. KISS ME SLOWLY parachute // 12. BOATS AND BIRDS gregory and the hawk // 13. SOMETHING ABOUT US daft punk // 14. LITTLE LION MAN mumford & sons // 15. SHIPS IN THE NIGHT mat kearney // 16. STOLEN dashboard confessional // 17. YELLOW coldplay // 18. BREAKEVEN (FALLING TO PIECES) the script // 19. USE SOMEBODY kings of leon // 20. CHASING CARS snow patrol // 21. HO HEY the lumineers // 22. YOU & ME lifehouse // 23. FIRST TIME lifehouse // 24. ACCIDENTALLY IN LOVE counting crows // 25. WORLD SPINS MADLY ON the weepies // 26. SKINNY LOVE bon iver // 27. SAMSON regina spektor // 28. YOUR GUARDIAN ANGEL red jumpsuit apparatus // 29. SECRETS onerepublic // 30. A THOUSAND YEARS christina perri
Star Trek AU Where Spock says “That’s So Fetch” instead of fascinating
when you’re just about to fall asleep and nature’s like