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//Hello, everyone! Hi! Lucky, the mun, here. I'm still messing around with the theme at the moment, so please excuse the mess.
Please note that I've got a majorly busy schedule IRL for the next month or so, so I'll be a bit slow with replies sometimes. I apologize in advance for the wait! Thank you for reading!
~Headcanons Page & Tag
I do not care about mismatched reply lengths or wait times for RP threads. I understand that sometimes muses don’t cooperate on certain threads or have a lot to say on others. You will not upset me if you take a while to reply or write any more or less than I do.
I Can’t Look at the Stars - A Ten/Rose Fanmix
Stars- Grace Potter & The Nocturnals // The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Glee Cast // A Thousand Years - Christina Perri // Don’t Let Me Go - Harry Styles // Let Her Go - Passenger // Give Me Love- Ed Sheeran // Fix You - Coldplay // Cosmic Love - Florence + The Machine // Make You Feel My Love - Glee Cast // She Will Be Loved - Maroon 5 // Wherever You Will Go - Charlene Soraia // Here Without You - 3 Doors Down // Goodnight Goodnight - Maroon 5 // Gone Gone Gone - Phillip Phillips
//Ooh, I love random Doctor Who questions! Thank you, Nonny! I’ll tag you as “dw questions anon”. All right, I’ll answer this one last ask before I go to bed
for real this time.
Favorite New Who companion: Donna Noble.
Why?: Well, short version? She’s brilliantly written and I adore how she developed as a character.
Long version? She’s incredibly kind, sweet, caring underneath that sass. She kept the Doc in line in times when he was being an arse. And, best of all—she was his friend. Not that he hadn’t had friends before her—quite the contrary!—but on his Tenth life
(well Tenth not including War Doc but you know what I mean), Donna was his best friend. They brought out the best in each other—and that’s what best friends do.
I really loved how they wrote that. Just ‘cause I normally don’t see that on TV Shows. I usually only see romance. Not friendship. So it was refreshing!
I also really, really related to her. Sylvia Noble wasn’t a very nice mother. (Thankfully, my parents are fantastic.) But, that’s beside the point. When I began watching the series, I was going through a rough time in my life. I was working extremely hard, yet understanding nothing I learned. I was beginning to feel like I was stupid, idiotic, worthless, and unimportant.
Then Donna came along.
//Well, everyone, I’m about to fall asleep! So, with that little FUN FEELS-FEST THAT HAPPENED, I’m gonna go and rest.
See you all
later today Tomorrow! Good night!