doctor who + text posts | part 1/? (tenth doctor edition)

bonus:

(Source: atackeyebrows)

choodraws:

sleep easy old dog

choodraws:

sleep easy old dog

(Source: Flickr / opalsson)

I bought this. I own this. But for the life of me I could not tell you what it is supposed to be.

I bought this. I own this. But for the life of me I could not tell you what it is supposed to be.

keflavik:

Phil Hale
Hellblazer

keflavik:

Phil Hale

Hellblazer

I am pretty sure I would never notice if my apartment was haunted.

I’m used to doors opening and cabinets getting shut. I’m used to the sound of things breaking in the other room.

Cats, man.

Furry little cuddlejerks.

starklady:

probably my fav game of thrones cap ever

starklady:

probably my fav game of thrones cap ever

(Source: fairysiren.com)

unimpressedcats:

i just …. can’t … quite … reach … 

oh… you poor sweet thing. bless yer heart

unimpressedcats:

i just …. can’t … quite … reach … 

oh… you poor sweet thing. bless yer heart

(Source: pleatedjeans)


brandxspandex:

I think I’ll let these speak for themselves.

Magneto’s adorable tho

The Magneto of Squirrels.

sdzoo:

Masai Giraffe by PACsWorld
The patriarch of the Zoo’s #giraffe herd, Silver, bends down for a closer look.

I did not know that giraffes were capable of looking soooo old.

sdzoo:

Masai Giraffe by PACsWorld

The patriarch of the Zoo’s #giraffe herd, Silver, bends down for a closer look.

I did not know that giraffes were capable of looking soooo old.

nprfreshair:

FXX is going to have a 12-day Simpsons marathon, playing all 552 episodes.  In appreciation of the series, we’ve compiled several of our Simpsons interviews into one show. 
Since The Simpsons began, Fresh Air’s Terry Gross has interviewed many people who have had a hand creating the show – from Matt Groening in 1989 and 2003 to  two of the writers Al Jean and Mike Reiss in 1992. Gross also talked with actors who do the voices, including Nancy Cartwright, who plays Bart, in 2007; Julie Kavner, the voice of Marge in 1994; Hank Azaria, the voice of Moe, Apu, Chief Wiggum and others in 2004.
Here, Simpsons creator Matt Groening tells Terry about how they occasionally got in trouble with the Fox network: 

"At the beginning, virtually anything we did would get somebody upset and now it seems like the people who are eager to be offended — and this country is full of people who are eager to be offended. They’ve given up on our show. We got into trouble a few years ago for — Homer is watching an anti-drinking commercial and it said, "Warning! Beer causes rectal cancer." And Homer responds by saying, "Mmm beer." Fox didn’t want us to do that because beer advertisers are a big part of the Fox empire and it turns out the writer was able to track down the actual fact where some studies show that indeed it does — or did or has a tendency to [cause cancer] — so we were able to keep it in."

Photo: Courtesy of Fox 

nprfreshair:

FXX is going to have a 12-day Simpsons marathon, playing all 552 episodes.  In appreciation of the series, we’ve compiled several of our Simpsons interviews into one show. 

Since The Simpsons began, Fresh Air’s Terry Gross has interviewed many people who have had a hand creating the show – from Matt Groening in 1989 and 2003 to  two of the writers Al Jean and Mike Reiss in 1992. Gross also talked with actors who do the voices, including Nancy Cartwright, who plays Bart, in 2007; Julie Kavner, the voice of Marge in 1994; Hank Azaria, the voice of Moe, Apu, Chief Wiggum and others in 2004.

Here, Simpsons creator Matt Groening tells Terry about how they occasionally got in trouble with the Fox network: 

"At the beginning, virtually anything we did would get somebody upset and now it seems like the people who are eager to be offended — and this country is full of people who are eager to be offended. They’ve given up on our show. We got into trouble a few years ago for — Homer is watching an anti-drinking commercial and it said, "Warning! Beer causes rectal cancer." And Homer responds by saying, "Mmm beer." Fox didn’t want us to do that because beer advertisers are a big part of the Fox empire and it turns out the writer was able to track down the actual fact where some studies show that indeed it does — or did or has a tendency to [cause cancer] — so we were able to keep it in."

Photo: Courtesy of Fox 

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