Mid-twenties Doctor Who fan from near London. I reblog a lot of RTD era gifsets and I stan for virtually everyone in that era (except Jack. sucks to be Jack lol). Not a Moffat fan, to put it politely.
I am shinyopals on LJ as well, and that site is where my loyalty lies. If you're curious about my DW fic or any more wordy stuff about my life, that's the place.
I try to tag everything with the obvious tag (ie: 'the Avengers' or 'Harry Potter'). Sometimes I say mean things about Doctor Who that I don't want to broadcast, in which case I tag with 'DW related nonsense', although if you're tumblr saviouring Doctor Who then what are you doing here? I will tag for New Who spoilers with 'dw spoilers' for the first day or so, but after that I give up.
bye bye Dubai as of tomorrow afternoon.
hello probable life crisis that I see looming. Maybe I’ll do something useful and update my CV instead of just, like, rewatching the Thor movies
Western Canadian Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my marriage.”
Eastern Canadian Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my marriage.”
A few folks have commented that the preceding post is overly reductive, and I have to admit that I was perhaps a bit glib. Here’s an attempt at a more accurate summary, then.
British Columbia Literature: "The mountains are cold and empty, like - holy shit, a bear!"
Alberta Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my attempts to reconnect with my heritage.”
Saskatchewan Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my marriage.”
Manitoba Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my relationship with my father.”
Ontario Literature: “The hills are cold and empty, like my faith in humanity.”
Quebec Literature: “The River is cold and empty, like my faith in God.”
Newfoundland Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my marriage.”
Nova Scotia Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my relationship with my son.”
Nunavut Literature: “The tundra is cold and empty, like the legacy of white colonialism.”
I think that about covers it.