Small giveaway time. (Click on pictures to see better, iphone cameras smell)
Yoooooooo, so these are some bits and bobs that I thought you may appreciate.
- A collection of various magazines involving Benedict Cumberbatch.
- The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey & Yankee Candle (Smells of vanilla cupcake, very nice.)
- A selection of random sweets- Will be different from what is pictures, these are just examples.
- An ‘Enjoy Cumberbatch’ t-shirt from redbubble.
- Must be following me (only for updates, once done you can unfollow if you wish)
- Will end 25th of December (An additional Christmas present, yay).
- Only one winner - Will have 48 hours to reply, or it’ll go to someone else.
- I can ship anywhere, but the hobbit dvd may not work in some countries.
- Reblogs only, likes tend to mess up the notes.
- Only reblog once, I don’t want you spamming your followers.
- That’s it really.
Have fun, friends.
“Frederick “Fill Me Up” Hoelzel ate glass. And not just glass. During the 1920s and 1930s, University of Chicago researcher Frederick Hoelzel reportedly swallowed gravel, glass beads, ball bearings, twine, wire, and other non-food items in order to show how long it would take the items to pass through his intestines. In 1930 his research was published in the American Journal of Physiology under the title “The Rate of Passage of Inert Materials through the Digestive Tract.”
Despite his risky research regimen, Hoelzel lived into old age.”
Like many people, I was first introduced to Colonel Chris Hadfield when I saw a photo of NYC come into my newsfeed, taken from the International Space Station. I’ve been following him ever since, as he inspired millions with the wonders of space by combining social media and, well, OUTER SPACE. “Watching a shuttle launch is great,” explains Hadfield, “But it’s more entertainment than inspiration. For the first time, social media allowed people to come along with us, and experience space like an astronaut.”
I had the honor of meeting Mr. Hadfield while he was in New York, doing interviews surrounding his new book, available here:http://amzn.to/1ahDcNE
(Internal dialogue: “Do I call him Chris? Colonel? Mr. Hadfield? I’m gonna blow it! I’m blowing it!”)
"What’s the most frightened you ever felt in space?"
"Honestly, very little happened that I wasn’t prepared for. Astronauts prepare for everything. You’d be amazed at all the things we train for. Specialization is for insects. Humans have to be generalists— and astronauts especially. Before the mission, I actually studied with a dentist in case I needed to surgically extract a tooth. So I never felt very afraid because I’d prepared for everything. But if I was to give an answer— one time we were coming across the Indian Ocean, and I was looking down at Australia. And a shooting star passed below us. A big one. A shooting star came between us and the world. And I thought: ‘Oh man, we really are floating around in an aluminum bubble up here.’"
"What did you miss the most while you were in space?"
"If you don’t mind me using a euphemism… physical contact. Have you met my wife?"
“Tonight, John, I shall play you like the violin.”
Well this turned out rather differently from what I expected.
Reasons to never expect anything from me.
For dustdancingintheflickerlight based on the promt
“Sherlock, John, and the violin. Surprise me. :3” for the Johnlockchallenges gift exchange. Hope you like it.
SURPRISE: THERE IS NO VIOLIN
Holy jeezus! sldj;alkjdsga
The Tenth Planet
The Tomb of the Cybermen
The Wheel in Space
Revenge of the Cybermen
The Five Doctors
Attack of the Cybermen
Photos taken on the days Matt Smith chose his 11th Doctor costume. Some pretty cool variations before finally deciding “bow-ties are cool”.
There comes a time in The People’s fandom where you except the unexpected. like them to be walking around with pink poodles. all you can say is,
"Classic Hamish and Andy"
happy halloween! in celebration i drew winged johnlock dressed up as cats! catnip highs and vibrating tails!
Some of the lesser common ones, and a few a tad creepy. I wish there were more of the behind the scenes images, of the stands and props used to keep the person/s in their pose. It really intrigues me. Some of the images i’ve seen are so lifelike, that if no one had explained their demise, I would not have believed it. Sometimes you have to look so so hard to find anything out of place.