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lemonzep:

mmmdaamn:

An exclusive scene out of Casa Erotica 14: The Taming of the Moose.

 

I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON BUT REBLOGGIN

I THINK I CAN GUESS WHAT EXACTLY THEY’LL BE DOING
*LOOKS AT DOOR NUMBER*

WHY IS NO ONE LAUGHING AT THE TITLE!!!! ITS CALLED THE TAMING OF THE MOOSE! THE MOOSE

THAT MOOSE CANT BE TAMED

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GUYS IM IN A LIBRARY WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME IM GONNA PEE AND MY BOSS IS LIKE 2 SEATS AWAY FROM ME

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If people ever look down upon you for crying for fictional characters, you should give them a gentle, pitying look and feel bad for them. If they’ve never cried for a fictional character, then they’ve never loved one (and what a joy that is). If they’ve never cried at a book, a movie, a piece of music, then they’ve missed one of the great pleasures life has to offer. Just because fiction does not contain things that are real doesn’t mean it doesn’t contain truth, and we find it through the alchemy of our tears. By Cassandra Clare (via nephilimdaily)

songofages:

ten-and-donna:

bitchjerkcassbuttidjits:

How do Time Lords even get married or deal with marital problems like

"It’s like I don’t even know who you are anymore! You… You’ve changed, Harold"

"WELL NO BLODDY FUCKING SHIT I GOT HIT BY A BUS SHARON!"

And what if you and your spouse both regenerated while you weren’t around each other?

"Who the fuck are you? This isn’t your house?"

"I fucking live here."

Also I love how sharon and harold are just obviosuly gallifreyan names.