madamethursday:

[Image: A fake news graphic at the bottom of a screen. In the shot the character Captain Jack Harkness is walking with a fierce expression, dressed in a blue shirt with overalls, black pants, and a gorgeous 1940’s vintage military coat that is fluttering in the wind. The graphic below reads: “Breaking News. Live. Mordor: Captain Jack Harkness simply walks in. TVN exclusive.”]

brilliant-snark:

berrybell:

He’s just that good.

*spits tea at monitor*

EVERYTHING IS CAPTAIN JACK AND NOTHING HURT. OH MY GOD. PLEASE SOMEONE GOOGLE AIR FOR ME. WHAT IS AIR I CAN’T EVEN ANYMORE. HIS FACE, THOUGH. HIS FACE. 

ololol

dragonbloodink:

ohlookahails:

pawtism:

jadelaughingalonewithsquiddles:

ohnosiro:

doodleisland:

walkwithme-likeloversdo:

lesbohontas:

this is one of the few types of chocolate i would love getting.

I probably wouldn’t even eat it. Lol.

Same here!! TOO PRETTY how could I possibly eat those.

I would eat these and pretend I was the LARGEST MAN IN THE UNIVERSE eating all of the planets.

CHOMP

SO LONG JUPITER!

I want these because of reasons. 

I’d never be able to eat these. ):

I thought these were marbles. :O

EFF YOU CHOCOLATES, WHERE’S PLUTO. Oh wait.

coerulescens:

crizzletimelord:

your-bespoke-psychopath:

#the Doctor: cosmic nine year old who is baffled by earth toys #can we have River restrain him with a chinese finger trap one of these days? #he’ll just be trapped in it the entire episode

DYING.

oh. my. god. crying with laughter.

 #but oh. oh the image: ‘what is it? what do you do with it? … River. I cannot… I CANNOT TAKE MY FINGERS OUT. IS THAT SUPPOSSED TO HAPPEN? RIVER… WHERE ARE YOU GOING? RIVER… DON’T LEAVE ME HERE! TAKE THIS OFF! HELP ME! I AM THE LAST OF THE TIME LORDS! YOU CANNOT LEAVE ME LIKE THIS!! … Hello… Is anyone here? Uhm. Can you help me?’

Hee!

jieuniee:

Kim Kyung Soo, Korean Vogue//

The woven ramie of the hanbok— the indigenous dress of Korea— is so diaphanous and the muted, earthy colors are stunningly contrasted by the vibrant hues. This editorial is such a striking contrast of old & new, like so much of contemporary Korean culture…

These are so gorgeous.