This might be the best educational diagram/gif I’ve seen.
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We made you a Doctor Who Global Celebration Digital Party Pack! Download it here!
As you may have noticed, we’ve been sending out Doctor Who 50th “party packs” to a few lucky Whovians who have posted their Doctor Who 50th Anniversary party plans to the #Doctor Who Global Celebration tag on Tumblr.
We wanted to send these out to everybody but the number of sparkly blue envelopes is finite while the number of Whovians is infinitely expanding (fact.)
And that’s when we realized that THE INTERNET was
probably Time Lord technologyinfinite!
Here you’ll find bingo to play while you’re watching 'Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor', recipes for om noms to make for your celebration, printable invites to send to your friends, decorations for cupcakes, popcorn holders, and more.
Best of all, most of the things in this pack were created by your fellow fans of Doctor Who.
You can grab the entire pack here (10.4MB zip file.)
You can grab the entire pack as individual files by clicking the links below. Some parts have multiple pages so make sure you keep track of them.
(We tried to keep the images at sizes that would suit most people’s computers, so make sure you’re viewing the images full sized before printing. If you want any of these bigger pop them into your fave photo editor and blow ‘em up!)
And let’s make this the best Doctor Who 50th Anniversary EVER!
Reblogging incase anyone missed this yesterday.
these are my kittens, yes they meow weird, but they are mine. i found them all on my own. they are my ohana. back the fuck off camera.
are you fucking kidding me
#forcibly cuddles babies to stomach
are we not gonna talk about how she flashes her claws when they get to fucking close to her duckens?
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"Adults follow paths. Children explore. Adults are content to walk the same way, hundreds of times, or thousands; perhaps it never occurs to adults to step off the paths, to creep beneath rhododendrons, to find the spaces between fences." (From ‘The Ocean at the End of the Lane’ by Neil Gaiman) - See more at: http://www.lessonsfromfantasy.com