→ 22 May 13 at 7 am
look who’s finally joined!
look who got pushed to the side
… yeah normally i wouldn’t reblog this but literally all the white girls are front and center with the exception of snow white
Great! Now that you finished the easy part:
And just when you think it’s safe to assume you’ve experienced all things Who, feel free to enjoy some light reading.
And then if you’re bored one day you can check out the comics.
This is why I don’t need Doctor Who fanfiction.
Because there’s already tons of legal Doctor Who fanfiction
And if you want to rest your eyes after all that watching and reading, why not treat your ears to some easy listening?
Want to do something on your computer? No problem!
But hey, what if you just want to watch some more TV to relax? serve yourself!
Doctor Who is sort of like the TARDIS. From the outside you might think it’s just 7 Seasons worth of TV but then when you step inside it never ends.
THIS IS THE PERFECT POST.
Let’s play a game called ‘Stay up late and hate myself in the morning’
‘on a school night’ edition
with unlockable bonus round ‘finals week’
expansion pack: ‘don’t do anything productive’
DLC: ‘Client Projects Edt’
Survival Mode: Parents ON
if you’ve never ever cut/self-harmed before, please don’t start. you need to understand what you’re getting yourself into. it’s nothing like what you think it’s like. you can’t stop whenever you want. first you’ll start with little cuts here & there, thinking it’s no big deal. soon, those little cuts won’t be enough. you’ll have to go deeper. it’ll become an addiction that you have to keep feeding. you won’t know what’s gotten into you, but all you’ll be able to think about is cutting. there goes your grades, friends, & family. there goes your life. you’ll have to cut every night just to feel slightly okay. it’ll get harder & harder trying to cover them up. people will question why you’re always wearing sleeves or why you flinch when they touch your arm. please don’t start.