pile of good things

hedgyhedgehog:

I LOVE YOU

via mia-culpa · originally by giraffenkuss

farwing:

mrsbuckybarnes:

(x)

…there are so many things I could say here.

via tehriz · originally by cyborgnebula

My morning. A gift for #DrWho fans. You won’t have seen this in a while. You’re welcome. [x]

My morning. A gift for #DrWho fans. You won’t have seen this in a while. You’re welcome. [x]

via areyoumarriedriver · originally by paulmcgann

ginevra17:

My endless list of flawless people (in no particular order) →  3. Christopher Eccleston

via areyoumarriedriver · originally by ginevra17

gallifreyfieldsforever:

#lol dying @ how representative these shots seem #david tennant and billie piper being animated and excitable #chris eccleston taking this very seriously #and matt smith looking sort of confused as to how he ended up behind the wheel of a car in the first place

via natreidess · originally by ambrixmuse
The cast of Who, SJA & Torchwood. Bless all their faces.

The cast of Who, SJA & Torchwood. Bless all their faces.


Doctor Who Cast (2005 - 2011)

Doctor Who Cast (2005 - 2011)

via brittanias · originally by Tennantss
virginiachance:

And when the end finally comes for him, it is so different from the rest, from the Second Doctor’s forced regeneration, from the Seventh Doctor, pleading with human doctors not to administer the electric shocks that would kill him in an attempt to save him, from David Tennant’s famous last words of “I don’t want to go”. Rather, the Ninth Doctor accepts his death with the air of a man who has been waiting for death at every corner, and has made peace with it. Certainly, his main motivation is to save the life of the woman he loves, but there’s a sort of strangely happy resignation to it. He faces his death as a man ready to let go, ready to move on, ready for a change, change he would find in his new form, younger, friendlier, and less haunted by the past. [source]

virginiachance:

And when the end finally comes for him, it is so different from the rest, from the Second Doctor’s forced regeneration, from the Seventh Doctor, pleading with human doctors not to administer the electric shocks that would kill him in an attempt to save him, from David Tennant’s famous last words of “I don’t want to go”. Rather, the Ninth Doctor accepts his death with the air of a man who has been waiting for death at every corner, and has made peace with it. Certainly, his main motivation is to save the life of the woman he loves, but there’s a sort of strangely happy resignation to it. He faces his death as a man ready to let go, ready to move on, ready for a change, change he would find in his new form, younger, friendlier, and less haunted by the past. [source]

via morefundingfordance · originally by virginiachance
Having a Ninth Doctor appreciation moment. Christopher Eccleston, you beautiful man.

Having a Ninth Doctor appreciation moment. Christopher Eccleston, you beautiful man.

phoebe-noble:

phoebe-noble:

kheldara:

anachronistique:

roxanneritchi:

harrietslawandfineshoes:

I’m literally foaming at the mouth for The Shadow Line. Chiwetel Ejiofor in a crime drama? Yes plz.

Chiwetel Ejiofor? Christopher Eccleston? Crime drama? I LOVE ALL OF THESE THINGS! 

I am not a big crime drama fan but for these two? SIGN ME THE FUCK UP

I should point out I am pre-emptively shipping this LIKE FIYAH.

WELL THIS IS RELEVANT TO MY LIFE.

kheldara:

anachronistique:

roxanneritchi:

harrietslawandfineshoes:

I’m literally foaming at the mouth for The Shadow Line. Chiwetel Ejiofor in a crime drama? Yes plz.

Chiwetel Ejiofor? Christopher Eccleston? Crime drama? I LOVE ALL OF THESE THINGS! 

I am not a big crime drama fan but for these two? SIGN ME THE FUCK UP

I should point out I am pre-emptively shipping this LIKE FIYAH.

WELL THIS IS RELEVANT TO MY LIFE.

via kheldara · originally by harrietslawandfineshoes