Just realizing what day it is tomorrow.
|8 year old:||What's blue + blue?|
|6 year old:||Bluer?|
|8:||No. But I suppose that answer is okay.|
|6:||What's blue + red?|
|6:||I know what blue + yellow is! Because every time I go pee in dad's toilet with the blue water it turns green!|
|8:||Yeah. It's kinda like potty science. Science you can flush away.|
|6 year old:||If I went in the TARDIS with the Doctor, I would make sure he took me to see me as a baby.|
|8 year old:||I would have him take me to see me as a grown up.|
|6 year old:||Why?|
|8 year old:||So I can make sure I don't end up being super fat.|
SAMMY AND FARGO!!!
I cannot stop laughing! I love all these Eureka people popping up in my newest fandom. :)
I just started watching Supernatural and became a fan instantly. (Maybe it was Jensen’s perfect lips, or Jared’s puppy dog eyes. Or the fact that it is a combination of so many of my favorite fandom contents.)
ANYWAY. LOOK AT VINCENT SHOWING SAM AND DEAN A MAGAZINE WITH A CYBERMAN.
Ground zero for this fandom explosion occurred somewhere between the hypothalamus, small-town America, and all of time and space.
Excuse me while I finish nerdgasming.
Sometimes you see something coming, you anticipate it, and possibly, in some twisted way, you hope for it; yet a certain absurdity lies in the surrealistic chain reaction leading to emotional chaos which follows the approaching storm.
Where madness wreaks havoc, the clarity of truth, although distorted, cannot be completely stamped out.
Truth. Truth and consequence.
There’s always a light at the end of the tunnel, leading to a darker tunnel.
Bring a torch, and a heart filled with hope…
Look! I made these Who-liday themed prints! They are adorable, JUST LIKE YOU.
In case you are as terrible at math as I am (I had my cat work the calculator), that is basically one print for free. Mostly this is out of holiday charity and love for my fellow Who fans, but also it is because no one is gonna buy that Silence print unless I force him on you in the combo pack (too scary or something? I don’t know what you people want from me).
Each print is 5x7, which is a standard frame size. That means it’d be hella easy to pop these suckers in a store bought frame, throw ‘em in a Christmas bag, and then launch them off of your roof in the direction of your loved ones homes via trebuchet, as is traditional.
However, because I am a quality craftsman, these prints are printed on gloriously thick and snowy paper, which means they can easily be turned into Christmas cards by writing heartfelt seasonal greetings on the blank side, with no threat of bleed through! (unless you use blood. don’t use blood. i mean, i know nobody is using blood these days but still, my cousin Robert might be on here and you can never be too careful.)
Watermark not included!
Professionally printed on enhanced matte paper!