On airy nothings and tomorrows that never come

"I don't really believe in anything except people."

Kate. 22. Massachusetts.

A collection of random, assorted interests.

Mostly Doctor Who. Mostly Classic. William Hartnell is my Doctor and One/Steven/Dodo is my Team TARDIS. If you're here looking for Tenth Doctor stuff you're in the wrong place.

Also, a lot of Jean Marsh. A lot of Jean Marsh.

Other things you may see include baseball, anime, manga, Upstairs Downstairs, Law and Order: SVU, My Little Pony, Seinfeld, Father Ted, Sealab 2021, yarn porn, and whatever miscellaneous other stuff catches my eye.

Ask box is always open. Anon is always on. Enjoy your stay!

Part of the Cyclone of Bad Influence.
Cool People
Posts tagged "does this have anything to do with the fact that the person I'm most attracted to is 55 years older than I am?"
lannistersroar:

[Pick up the nearest book to you. Turn to Page 45. The first sentence describes your sex life in 2012.]
hinoneko:

quackity:

“The vast majority of foodborne illness outbreaks involve the following Vital food safety procedures.”
I don’t like where this is going.

“Mark sipped his tea but didn’t swallow.”
oh dear

“Fuller and Carter aside, the dominant blues sound of the 1930s was shaped in Chicago and St Louis, where adept studio performers churned out hundred of records with piano generally carrying the rhythm, guitar supplying high lead riffs, and sometimes a wailing harmonica or scraping washboard.”
Uh … okay?

The nearest book is volume 6 of Maison Ikkoku.  Page 45 is the start of a new chapter.  The title is:
"Grandma Goes to Town"
So.  Um.

lannistersroar:

[Pick up the nearest book to you. Turn to Page 45. The first sentence describes your sex life in 2012.]

hinoneko:

quackity:

“The vast majority of foodborne illness outbreaks involve the following Vital food safety procedures.”

I don’t like where this is going.

“Mark sipped his tea but didn’t swallow.”

oh dear

“Fuller and Carter aside, the dominant blues sound of the 1930s was shaped in Chicago and St Louis, where adept studio performers churned out hundred of records with piano generally carrying the rhythm, guitar supplying high lead riffs, and sometimes a wailing harmonica or scraping washboard.”

Uh … okay?

The nearest book is volume 6 of Maison Ikkoku.  Page 45 is the start of a new chapter.  The title is:

"Grandma Goes to Town"

So.  Um.