“You’re a man with a long and dangerous past, but your future is infinitely more terrifying.”
I think my favourite bit about the Clarafication is that now whenever there are plot-holes where things magically solve themselves we can just be like ‘oh that was probably Clara’
Best credits ever.
A Møøse once bit my sister…
Alsø alsø wik
River Song, worst alarm clock ever.
Day of the Moon // The Name Of The Doctor
In which the Doctor learns about love from his father-in-law
love stories about monsters are THE BEST because the idea of conceptualizing love in a way that is not human and fundamentally cannot be human and is AN ENTIRELY SEPARATE LEVEL FROM THE HUMAN is so great.
made better when one half of the relationship is human and suddenly we’re dealing with a) a human learning to love like a monster or b) a monster learning to translate their love into human terms and that’s
the best thing
which often goes hand in hand with MONSTER TRYING TO HUMANIZE THEMSELVES but that’s.. not necessary, don’t worry monster, you don’t need to do that. your capacity for love does not need to be whittled and softened into a human shape. it’s okay. your heart can be brutal and all consuming. you will learn to cope and you will learn to funnel it, pieces at a time, into something conceivable and measurable to the human mind.
and i don’t strictly mean monster monsters because there’s room here for divinity (alpha and omega, first and last, holy terror OF THE HEART. apocalypses OF FEELING.) or ghosts, or non-human, non-monster outliers (superheroes, androids, idek), or even human beings who are self-made monsters and whose expression and understanding of love is two steps removed and two shades off.
but, you know what i mean.
love stories about monsters.
marriage (n.) in card games, the combination of a King and Queen of the same suit.