big fluffy detritus

Posting and reblogging Star Trek, BBC Sherlock, Doctor Who, Anything by Joss Whedon, vintage, retro, kitsch, abandoned places, Shatner, Nimoy & Kelley and anything else that fascinates me. And BUNNIES!

BTW, I'm a writer, so if I tend to put words together in the form of sentences, and occasionally, paragraphs - understand, it's the way I am.

NOTE: I sometimes put things in the queue, but I don't label them as such. In other words: I'm not online as often as it seems.

 

theavengeronbakerst:

The biggest tragedy of Doctor Who for me is the fact that Jack never met the Ponds.

I mean, he would have liked Eleven and Amy.

But RORY.

He would have PURSUED Rory to the ends of the universe, and Rory would just be really confused and Amy would get super overprotective

"Captain Jack Harkness, and who are you?"

"HE’S MARRIED"

can you understand why I need this

(Source: enjolromanov)

ivyblossom:

This lie is a kindness.

John already lost Sherlock, buried him, and never managed to stop mourning him. There was no getting over Sherlock’s death for John, even after two years, and I expect he never really would have got over it if it had been true. When he talks about Sherlock two years on, he looks just as broken  as he did immediately after it happened. Sherlock’s death always stays fresh for him, even after he decides to move on. That’s a wound that wouldn’t ever entirely heal, unless Sherlock could do the impossible thing and do what John asked of him: don’t be dead.

The first time, he could.

So this time around, Sherlock knows he’s going to die for real, but keeps that fact from John. He lets John think that after his six months undercover, he’ll have some unknown, new adventure somewhere. And then another, and another. Swashbuckling his way across the planet, getting into scrapes and getting out of them again. Instead of John mourning Sherlock’s death forever, he could imagine him out there somewhere solving crimes, being brilliant, making the world a less dark place. He’d read about mysterious, amazing things in the papers and wonder if it’s Sherlock’s work. For the rest of his life he could image him like that, Sherlock the lone crusader, changing the world, unable to come home, unable to take John with him, but not for lack of wanting to, and not for lack of love. It’s just circumstances beyond their control. He’d be gone, but for John he’d still out there. Missing Sherlock is hard, but mourning him is harder.

Mary can tell when Sherlock is lying, but John can’t, and Sherlock knows it.

Sherlock now understands what his death would do to John. So he very kindly gives him something better.

(Source: darlingbenny)

beyondspock:

Giving away these fanzines on a first come first served basis. Please drop me a note in my inbox if you want one (or more than one). For more information about the zines, please look them up on fanlore. Last one (Spock 54) is a copy of the zine.

hippity-hoppity-brigade:

THE BEST WAY TO GO OUT: CONTINUING A RUNNING GAG.

This is the best thing I’ve seen online all week!

(Source: fionaglenanne)

spockvarietyhour:

This was basically me but with Star Trek….it even LOOKS like my handwriting!

Babylon 5 is the show we recorded religiously.  We’ve since bought the DVD sets, and are slowly doing a re-watch to bring our son-in-law into the fold.

spockvarietyhour:

This was basically me but with Star Trek….it even LOOKS like my handwriting!

Babylon 5 is the show we recorded religiously. We’ve since bought the DVD sets, and are slowly doing a re-watch to bring our son-in-law into the fold.

(Source: chauskoskis)

burdenedwithgloriousassbutt:

savethewailes:

enigmaticpenguinofdeath:

Mark Gatiss waited almost forty years to realise his childhood dreams of hamming it up as a Doctor Who baddie. He’d clearly be damned if he wasn’t going to squeeze the fun out of every background-featuring frame.

ACTINGGGGG

this gives me life

burdenedwithgloriousassbutt:

savethewailes:

enigmaticpenguinofdeath:

Mark Gatiss waited almost forty years to realise his childhood dreams of hamming it up as a Doctor Who baddie. He’d clearly be damned if he wasn’t going to squeeze the fun out of every background-featuring frame.

ACTINGGGGG

this gives me life

dennys:

Bacon neutrality is wrong. No one should ever be neutral when it comes to bacon. Ever.

dennys:

Bacon neutrality is wrong. No one should ever be neutral when it comes to bacon. Ever.

Husband can’t stand Donna Noble.

Wasn’t thrilled with Martha.

Afraid i might lose him completely once we get to Eleven because seriously, he and Amy are annoying as all get out.

Which would be sad coz River is great. And Rory?

Rory is da bomb

"That’s your weakness: you always want everything to be clever."

Oh, Sherlock. Most people simply aren’t clever enough for you, are they?

(Source: holmeswilliam)

wearecolony:

Little Favour was a wonderful opportunity for me to flex those action acting muscles. It’s definitely a direction I want my career to go in…” - Benedict Cumberbatch on making ‘Little Favour’. Get behind-the-scenes with over 60mins of exclusive content now on www.wearecolony.com.

fuckyourfreckles:

turian-tsuntsun:

mitunaschoiceasss:

malformalady:

The world’s first edible spray paint — the cans, called ‘Food Finish,’ come in gold, silver, red and blue. The spray paint has no taste by itself and can be applied on any item of food to offer a quirky alternative to regular meals. To give the food a makeover, cooking enthusiasts must spray the paint layer by layer and wait for it to dry to enjoy the perfect finish. The unique idea was created by German food company, The Deli Garage and sell for £21.50 online.
Photo credit: Zachary Culpin

Now we can have pretty patties



THIS IS WHAT MY ENTIRE LIFE HAS BEEN LEADING UP TO


Oh please, I made blue food for my son’s birthday 15 years ago. Even a blue vegetable, without spray on color.

fuckyourfreckles:

turian-tsuntsun:

mitunaschoiceasss:

malformalady:

The world’s first edible spray paint — the cans, called ‘Food Finish,’ come in gold, silver, red and blue. The spray paint has no taste by itself and can be applied on any item of food to offer a quirky alternative to regular meals. To give the food a makeover, cooking enthusiasts must spray the paint layer by layer and wait for it to dry to enjoy the perfect finish. The unique idea was created by German food company, The Deli Garage and sell for £21.50 online.

Photo credit: Zachary Culpin

Now we can have pretty patties

THIS IS WHAT MY ENTIRE LIFE HAS BEEN LEADING UP TO

Oh please, I made blue food for my son’s birthday 15 years ago. Even a blue vegetable, without spray on color.