- Stranger 2: sex
- Stranger 1: nooo
- Stranger 2: Really.
- Stranger 2: Four knocks on the door.
- Stranger 2: And sex.
- Stranger 1: humor the questioner
- Stranger 1: i think it's interesting
- Stranger 2: LOL.
- Stranger 2: Okay.
- Stranger 2: One day there was a timey wimey man.
- Stranger 2: Who met another timey wimey man.
- Stranger 2: The first man, the Doctor, was a very lonely man.
- Stranger 2: He thought he had savagely murdered his entire planet.
- Stranger 2: But his kind, the Time Lords, still did exist.
- Stranger 1: ohhh
- Stranger 2: he was feeling rather lonely, sitting in his TARDIS
- Stranger 1: what happened next?
- Stranger 2: (TIME AND RELATIVE DIMENSIONS IN SPACE YES)
- Stranger 2: and he heard a knock.
- Stranger 2: NO!
- Stranger 2: He heard FOUR!
- Stranger 2: "Who ever could that be?" he asked.
- Stranger 2: He was puzzled!
- Stranger 2: So he walked to the door of Sexy - I mean, er, his time machine, yanked the doors open and -
- Stranger 2: "Oh, my! Who are YOU?" he was baffled. A strange man stood at his door.
- Stranger 2: Um....in the middle of space.
- Stranger 2: It was not weird at all. This is Doctor Who.
- Stranger 2: "I am here to be your friend!" the other man said.
- Stranger 2: "But, good sir, I don't know your name!"
- Stranger 2: "You can call me the Master."
- Stranger 2: The Doctor's jaw dropped.
- Stranger 2: "You don't have an actual na - Oh. OH. OH MARY MOTHER OF GOD."
- Stranger 2: "TIME LOOOOOOOOOORD!!!111!" they yelled in union.
- Stranger 2: Their bodies crashed together in a fierce hug, tears streaming down their faces.
- Stranger 2: "I thought I was going to be alone forever!" the Doctor said.
- Stranger 2: "It's okay, my friend," the Master replied, soothing the man. "I'll be here 5evr."
- Stranger 2: the end.
- Stranger 2: :)
- (favourite line of this whole thing "It was not weird at all. This is Doctor Who."
When Eleven knocks on Amy and Rory’s door for the first time, he knocks four times EXACTLY like the Master’s “drums.”
I’m calling another appearance of the Master in the forthcoming series 7.
Oh oh oh I hope you’re right! I want him back so badly.
It’s like they’re not even trying with the slash.
We have until the 30th to get to the 25k mark. That isn’t much time. When I posted this link this morning, there were 7.8k left. Now, 6 hours later, there are 7.7k left to hit the benchmark.
This is a quick and easy thing. Sign it, reblog it, post it everywhere possible.
If you want your civil liberties to mean anything at all (or just don’t like being unlawfully detained with no judicial oversight in general) this is of the utmost importance.
Can someone please help me? I haven’t seen every episode, but I just watched “The End of Time” and I have seen the one where the Master is the Prime Minister. Any rating, but I prefer 10/Master.
But there is zero demand.
According to the invisible hand:
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Well…Mary and Joseph WERE married at the time of Christ’s birth, but otherwise, yes.
So many people on all sides of the political spectrum (but conservatives more than liberals) are the Pharasees of today.
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But why don’t you have a Nook version, book?! :(
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