The TARDIS dropped in on Sir Winston Churchill at the British Embassy in Washington!
It may look small but we all know it’s bigger on the inside.
This was posted to the Official Tumblr of the British Embassy in Washington D.C.
This needs a reblog.
So, I googled around after hearing about this. The Daily Mirror went and suggested that Colin Baker, by association in this picture, was involved in molesting young fans.
I don’t know if this is true about JNT, but it has NOTHING to do with Colin Baker. I’m sorry - that’s just repugnant to include him in this picture. The Mirror has not yet apologised either.
Colin Baker is a champion of Doctor Who and he continually gets attacked in ways such as this for no reason! Well, I’m bringing back my old post on what happened there
Let’s signal boost this - and complain. Their email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Vintage poster of two amazing characters from UK television. You can buy it now as a t-shirt right here! By BomDesignz.
Anonymous asked: On your recent post of a gif in which River makes a joke about Rory's Roman outfit, I noticed that you tagged it "seizure warning." I'm wondering if you meant that as a joke of some sort, if it means something different in internet slang, or if you were actually warning against the possibility of looking at it and having a seizure. As a person who does, in fact, suffer from seizures, I just want to make sure I'm not following any blogs that could potentially be detrimental to my health. Thanks.
Many people who have photoconvulsive seizures block certain or all gifs from their Dash, often using tags.
You can use Tumblr Savior to block just about anything. Topics, triggers, users, that ridiculous argument on your Dash that’s been going on for days.
The most common tags for triggering .gifs are “seizure warning” and “epilepsy warning”.
Unfortunately, many bloggers do not include seizure warnings. I put these trigger warnings on every post, on every blog—along with a lot of other TWs. Other members of my blogs don’t always add warnings, but I try to catch them and edit the tags.
I tend to tag with “gifs” or “flashing gifs”.
The TARDIS as seen on the first episode of Doctor Who, 1963.
New rule…first ever fucking TARDIS Always fucking reblog