“You could have died!”
"But I didn’t, Rose," he muttered with a grin on his lips, "I’m fine."
"Doctor that doesn’t change the fact you could have died."
"Oh, it’s quite alright." Ella nodded.
"Mind telling me where i am?"
"Alright…well, you ready to go, then?"
"Or are you still thinkin’?"
"Where are we heading off too this time doctor?" Rose asked with a soft smile forming at the edge of her lips.
50 Days of Doctor Who 50th: November 22: Doctor Who?
↳ The First times the words were ever uttered.
Episode two of the serial An Unearthly Child. Most people coin Ian as the first person to ask the question, but it was actually William Hartnell that first uttered those words. Those tiny, yet dangerous words, that would survive the cosmos, and possibly even the End of Time.
Classic Doctor’s view on Matt Smith’s modern TARDIS.
It doesn’t WOBBLE
here’s a matt smith swinging by your dash
HE CAME IN LIKE A WRECKING BALLL
HE ALSO CAME IN LIKE THIS IS THE SECOND TO LAST TIME HE’LL HAVE HIS NAME IN DOCTOR WHO CREDITS
WE DONT NEED YOUR NEGATIVITY RIGHT NOW
Red string of fate
Our muses are destined to meet and fall in love when one is bleeding near to death
Rose saw him for a moment “DOCTOR!” Rose called out with a bright smile on her face, she heard him call out her name as she ran up to him. Everything was perfect till she heard a blast and just a numbing pain surge through her body. ”UGGGGGHHHHH!” Rose called out ass her legs buckled and she hit the ground. Rose looked down to her chest and saw blood splattered across her chest as she cried out in pain. Everything about her hurt as she felt it harder to breath with each shallow breath.
"D—-doctor." Rose called out weakly with tears staining her face.
Leave “Red String of Fate” in my askbox
And I’ll generate a number from 1-77 (YES SEVENTY SEVEN OPTIONS!) to see what is in our muse’s destinies
Do you wanna come with me?
Cause if you do then I should warn you:
You’re gonna see all sorts of things.
Ghosts from the past.
Aliens from the future.
The day the Earth died in a ball of flame,
It won’t be quiet, it won’t be safe, and it won’t be calm.
But I tell you what it will be:
The trip of a lifetime.
Celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who with My Doctor: [x]