Driver’s Licenses: Official. Do not print out and pretend to be a Princientist.
I know, and I find it very strange (he does it with friendships too - one person is always superior and manpulative). I don’t think he necessarily believes that relationships in real life are/should be like that, but it seems that he thinks healthy relationships are boring (or maybe unrealistic?) and that on TV you want to watch a couple with banter and flirting and not much else. While that’s occasionally fun to watch, when EVERY relationship is like that, it seems like he either can’t or won’t write any other kind of relationship.
Even if he wanted unhealthy relationships - and this is TV, so I can see the appeal of unhealthy relationships as they can be more dramatic - but there are other ways a couple can have difficulties. (Although they would include more character depth that Moffat usually writes, I suppose.)
when girls press their whole body against you when they hug, it means they like you a lot. also, they’re measuring your body to determine how long it will take them to eat your flesh, a technique shared by boa constrictors
today is the first day of school
He was just trying to make Sammy’s favorite sandwich
you could’ve just gouged my eyes out with a spoon, it might’ve hurt less
I rendered Milo Manara’s Spider-Woman pose in 3D.
This is hilarious.
This need to happen more often with comic art.
burned my hand curling my hair today
So here are the vines, in order, that are a part of the addicting forrest nymph (who still hasn’t found his berries) saga.
god bless you
i love how with each vine, he becomes more and more the forest nymph and less the human he once was