The BBC should make a tv channel where they just play Doctor Who, Sherlock, Torchwood and Merlin on repeat.
It is a thing that I would watch.
Next on BBC Fandom
with a spontaneous harry potter weekend
As well as new episodes and repeats of never mind the buzzcocks.
now and then an episode of supernatural because they cant resist
Anyone out there a fan of Robin Hood?
He’s so broody.
Moments from this week’s Crash Course US History: Women in the 19th Century. http://youtu.be/fM1czS_VYDI
Favorite episode so far.
Tip for maintaining sanity: Don’t read the comments on John’s latest Crash Course. YouTube has imploded and all that’s left is a battle royale of feminists vs. ingnorance vs. people who believe feminism doesn’t exist vs. people who believe feminism striving for equality is a lie vs. flat out misogynists vs. men’s rights advocates vs. people arguing that women have had better lives than men for the entire course of human history.
When you’re reading historical fiction and you know something really bad is coming and all the characters you love will die.
And I just realized this is the same thing for Game of Thrones. Wow.
Guys, btw, this is an actual insult
if he calls your mother a hamster, it indicates that she is a fast-breeding rodent— you can get the insult there
and if he says your father smelt of elderberries, well, wine was primarily made from elderberries in the time of king arthur. he’s calling his dad a drunk
more you know
To see how this was made click here http://freespace.virgin.net/tony.fisk2/janescakes/discworld/discworld.htm
Synagogue of Augsburg, Germany.
Source: Neil Folberg. And I Shall Dwell Among Them. Historic Synagogues of the World.
won’t grayson, won’t grayson
a book by a slightly less optimistic john green
the fault in our everything
my dreams are like glowing things i can’t be bothered to make into shapes
“alright can be our sometimes”
an average amount of katherines
If people were water I was dew and she was a moderate rain.