I'm Ashlee. I'm 17, and then 23, and then 7. I'm the imperfect balance of fangirl and hipster. I go to high school & college simultaneously. I'm a Diddyland annual passholder, and expert, since birth. Singer, thespian, and fangirl of Doctor Who, StarKid, Sherlock, Breaking Bad, OUAT, HP, Glee (which I actually hate), and many more. OH! And I'm a grammar Nazi.
Loud mouth & a sore heart.
Frequently a depressed insomniac.
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Here’s what makes them different: Amy is broken, angry, and scared of responsibility. Clara is responsible and often afraid, but typically adventurous and light-hearted. River is sensual, capable, independent, and self-sacrificing. Their lives do not all revolve around the Doctor. Amy’s life is a struggle between home and adventure, and that is SYMBOLIZED in Rory and the Doctor. Clara lives a perfectly normal, happy home life and jaunts off with the Doctor on Wednesdays. River has a whole life outside of the Doctor, with friends and a profession she loves. Her life kind of revolves around the Doctor, but she was programmed to kill him and then she married him, so it makes sense.
I can say that Rose, Martha, and Donna were all sassy, had low self esteem, and didn’t follow orders. How does that sound? You cannot boil complex characters down to their most basic traits and then say they’re all the same. Rose was very flirty. Donna was very fiery. All of their lives revolved around the Doctor. Rose in particular spent years doing nothing but searching for the Doctor.
This is not a Moffat problem. This isn’t a problem at all. This is an issue entirely made up by fans who want something to complain about.
I mean, can you imagine Amy looking after teenage children for a living? (You might have a bit more leeway after Series Six, but I’m still not sure it’d be something she’d ever want to do.) Or Clara being a model? We’ve seen both River and Clara stand over their mother’s grave but it was only Clara crying, River didn’t shed a single tear. Would Amy have ever declared she did something ‘disgracefully’? Would Clara ever call someone ‘stupid face’ as a term of endearment? And so on…
Yes yes yes yes yes thank you
You have no idea how much I love you right now
Woman takes a photo of herself every day for a year, chronicling the affects of an abusive relationship.
This is heartbreaking. You can see the happiness and hope slip from her eyes with every shot.
tw domestic abuse
this is heartbreaking tbh
Don’t stop reblogging. Women are better than this to stay with men who do this. Stay strong. Know your worth.
The sign she holds up at the end is in Croatian, it reads, “help me, I don’t know if I can wait for tomorrow.”
I gasped at the end.
That was hard to watch.
Nobody deserves this. Man or woman. If you are being abused, please, look for help. There IS someone there for you.
reblogging for the third time
Matterhorn Bobsled and Expedition Everest
- Matterhorn Bobsled - Disneyland - June 14, 1959
- Expedition Everest - Walt Disney World - April 7, 2006
Many guests at the Disney Parks like to compare Matterhorn and Everest, even though they are both extremely different rides. But there is some understandable comparisons between the two. Mostly being the general theme of the rides and the fact that they both have fictional mountain beasts.
So that is my brief summery of why I decided to put these two together as a comparison. Old vs. New. The very first tubular still roller coaster against one of the most expensive and technology advanced coasters in the world.
54 years later, Harry still moves.
How long did the Everest Yeti last, a few months?