notchicken:

punning should be an olympic sport please hear me ancient greek gods and make it so

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the-riversong:

Yes. You’re right. I am definitely Mr. Grumpy Face today.

Posted 1 week ago on 7 April 2014 WITH 6 notes »reblog

Here is the video of me at Matt Smith’s panel this past Saturday at St. Louis Comic Con! It was my birthday. He sang to me and signed my birthday card!! Definitely one of the best days ever.

Posted 1 week ago on 7 April 2014 WITH 8 notes »reblog

So on Saturday, I went to St. Louis Comic Con so I could see Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Eliza Dushku, Sean Astin, and some others. It was my 24th birthday, and I was super excited because I had planned on requesting something special during Matt’s Q and A panel.

When it was my turn, I told Matt it was my birthday. He immediately sang “Happy birthday” for me, which was already really exciting! Then, I asked him if he would sign my birthday card, and he said he would!! I went down at the end of the panel, he came to the edge of the stage, and he signed my card. Of course I wanted to share this with you guys! (And there were some lovely Tumblr users that wanted to see this that were actually at the panel as well.) So here’s my birthday card, signed by the incredibly nice and lovely Matt Smith!!!

dearborns:

foxnewsofficial:

they should replace hospital gowns with colourful mexican ponchos because they’re kinda similar and no one could be sad 

if we’re gonna die let’s die looking like a peruvian folk band

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hey-itsmisha:

Breaking news from the UK

reblogged 2 weeks ago on 4 April 2014 WITH 87 notes »reblog
via becks28nz // originally becks28nz

becks28nz:

Matt, Karen and Dalek ~by Scionic

GUESS WHO I AM GOING TO SEE TOMORROW FOR MY BIRTHDAY!?

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via m-gatiss // originally m-gatiss

Grégory Fitoussi, photograph by Taghi Naderzad (2012)

selfridgestoregirl:

Bonjour Monsieur Fitoussi (Henri Leclair)