For thedoctorscompanion10!

Send me a ”hey” and i’ll do this:

1. First impression: super rad, hell ye
2. Truth is: you’re one of my favorite people on tumblr not gonna lie
3. How old do you look: i haven’t actually ever seen you!!
4. Have you ever made me laugh: hell ye
5. Have you ever made me…

Thanks for the compliments, I’m honoured ^^
Maybe I should post a picture? haha. no.

My mum when I go downstairs: so you’ve finally decided to join the world of the living
me: I came for the food

You know how English has different accents, you have British, American, Australian and the rest, but also a French, Spanish, and “all the rest” accents, but can you get Japanese with a French accent, or Dutch with a Russian accent?


i bet arthur kirkland wears the most ridiculous socks

I have a teacher whose socks always match his tie and every time he walks past we all yell “socks!” He pulls up his trouser leg to reveal that his socks have the same polka dots as his tie.

(via ronnano-moving)

"She has not yet decided wether to use her power for good… or for evil"

Anne Taintor

One Door Closes…

So I was thinking about the saying, "when one door closes another one opens," today because I was particularly preoccupied, in fact I thought about this saying in great detail, maybe even to an unhealthy degree, but what can I say, boredom is the best source of entertainment… So opportunities are described as being doors in this delightful little phrase, and it is says - with delusional optimism - that when one closes, another opens. I’ve seen someone speculate (and I’m sad to say, I don’t know who) that a lot of us don’t notice this other door opening because we mourn for that first, now closed, door. But I was thinking, what if the door doesn’t open in the sense that it’s “ajar”? What if doors are locked and become unlocked when we gain the necessary skills or knowledge to open it? Because the door isn’t “opening” in the conventional sense but rather subtly unlocking it explains why we miss so many opportunities because we are too distracted by that closed door to notice the subtlety of another unlocking, and, to expand the idea further, we don’t always know if a door is unlocked so the opportunity is missed because we never knew it was open. Maybe, doors only unlock for a small moment, a small window of opportunity to find out what lies behind the threshold. So look out for those small subtleties and maybe you’ll see them, find some you never knew were there, and maybe you’ll even find some you wouldn’t have otherwise. In the end though it is only an idea, a metaphor to help us better perceive our universe and every cog that turns within it.