am I the only one who always wonders how Cara would be turned on if she saw Kahlan like this? in Mord’Sith’s clad-leather, ruthless, cold glance… I know I’m
alwaysturned on by this.
remake of this book cover
So many other regenerations.
Jaime Murray in Fright Night 2
↳ Vastra and Jenny: Sherlock Holmes references
1.”The Repulsive Case of the Red Leech” is an unrecorded Sherlock Holmes adventure, mentioned in The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez.
2. The Paternoster Gang uses ‘Paternoster Irregulars’ to find the Doctor. Sherlock Holmes used a similar organisation, the Baker Street Irregulars.
3. At one point, Jenny mentions ‘the Conk-Singleton forgery case’ and ‘the Camberwell poisoning case’. Both cases are referred to in the Canon.
4. After discovering the advertisement, Madame Vastra exclaims, “The game is afoot!”. These words are from The Adventure of the Abbey Grange, and remain one of Holmes’ best-known phrases.
5. At another point, Vastra is shown reading the agony column, a frequent habit of Sherlock Holmes’.
6.Vastra makes her hands into a Steeple pose as Sherlock Holmes is described to do on numerous occasions.
MCU MEME — [3/5] five outfits » Lady Sif’s armor
"I’ve got this completely under control!"
N E B U L A: daughter of Thanos
Regina Mills’ fashion guide to life threatening situations. Winter 2014.
Regina Mills: fuckin up your shit in heels.
regina, i know you’re in there.
Bully messes with karate champ. [video]
The source video is very, very worth watching. A few things to point out:
The young woman in the dark coat is continually trying to escape from the man. She has spoken to him, she’s pulled away, she’s even tried to walk away before he dragged her back. She hit him as a last resort but it didn’t do anything, he just got more aggressive.
The girl in the white jacket was walking by, recognized that a bad situation was happening, stopped, and intervened. At 0:28 she calls the man out, and continues to call him out until he breaks off attacking the young woman in the dark coat and turns his aggression on her. At which point she defends herself—and then she escorts the young woman in the dark coat safely away.
This is a hero.
Bringing this back.
The woman in the white jacket is Olga Ivanova, taekwondo world champion. That kick must have hurt like hell.
Tae Kwon Do Champion. You fucked up, bro.
This reminds me of Ash. <3
The most interesting thing here stems from the fact that River doesn’t know Donna or have any personal vested interest in her and yet she looks at her with such emotion. Donna doesn’t die traveling with The Doctor as the audience suspects in this moment. She forgets.
River has seen a lot of horrible things and isn’t one to be easily moved, but you can see how just the mention of Donna’s name completely affects her. The look on her face reflects the pain of what The Doctor told her about Donna. We are seeing a reflection of how much and how deeply what happened to Donna affected The Doctor long after she was gone.
#But this also says a lot about River#death doesn’t scare her#But what’s the worst thing she can imagine?#What’s the horror that she lived with the silence?#forgetting#forgetting who she is#Not having a choice#and that’s what happened to both of them#No wonder River feels for Donna so#beyond the doctor and the pain it caused him#River knows what it is to be missing a piece of your life#and memories (via goddessdel)
#YES this EXACTLY#river’s biggest motivation for her most dramatic gestures —#ripping time and space apart#shooting the TARDIS and toying with the Doctor in LKH#letting Amy go to the Angel —#is CHOICE when you boil it down#she needs to make her own decisions NEEDS to control her own life after lifetimes of being manipulated#often without her knowledge#which is part of why people saying her life revolves around the doctor is so baffling for me because YES#she does a lot for him but everything she does for him is very much her call — he can’t manipulate river and doesn’t really try#the doctor is representitive of the day River was able to save her parents and the Doctor#the day she dis-aligned herself with the Silence and became River Song and began to own her own life for the first time#in saving him she VERY MUCH saved herself and so everytime she sacrifices something for him there’s a lingering note of autonomy anyway#so donna is like River’s worst nightmare — Donna’s fate is the anti-River#Donna’s fate is finally choosing her own life and then having her personal control and power ripped#away from her by the Doctor#(this is why I’m SO enamored of the semi-pervasive headcanon that River somehow#gives Donna her memories back — River Song queen of the universe champion of free will#of course that’s what she’d do) (via riversonglife)
Vastra and friends in her arboretum
unpopular opinion: I don’t like Adi’s stream cause he’s such an awful player. There are points where abilities should be used and he didn’t/matching yellows, red and greens WHEN THE TEAM IS BLUE/BLACK also he forgets sundered is a thing how could he it’s just completely silly.
I’m just looking at spoonhead doctor (and Alice) and going FGS CAN’T YOU USE THAT ABILITY THEY CONVERTS A SHITLOAD OF COLOURS TO BLUE
It just frustrates me so much.
I thought half the fun was watching him die so often? He’s generally not playing with ideal teams for the levels, changes his teams so often (every week), instantly levels many of his characters with crystals so he hasn’t had time to play/become familiar with them while leveling them up, and isn’t 100% focused on the game since he’s chatting with Lee/Susan.
When he gets serious with a level and team build (I think the Into the Dalek: Part 2 was one where he got frustrated enough to go back and tailor his team to that level), he’s not that bad.
I think Sunder can be excused since he’s still not in GH One where Sunder appears. Going off FB, many people don’t know what Sunder actually does. Since I don’t use poison/stun/bombs generally on regular levels, I myself didn’t know what it did until it was spelled out on FB lol.