I love what Who did with the Angels and the Ood.
They’ve taken something that people would automatically want to trust, an angel, and made them creepy as fuck.
And they’ve taken a thing that people would automatically respond to the visual of with revulsion and fear, and made them the sweetest, most peaceful creatures in the universe.
If that’s not the best “looks can be deceiving” ever done I don’t know what is.
I guess you could say they’re misunderstOOD.
…. Silent Hill. The Silent Hill OSTs always creeps me out!
Whenever I have to make long college sessions, I need lots of background music. So I just click on my “Random folder” and almost everything on music I have goes to my playlist. Unfortunately also some creepy SH tracks.
"James… James…" (insert disturbing music here)
That’s especially funny at night… 8D
I couldn’t resist…
Henry… henry wait. Dont go to fast…!
^ Ahh, that brings up memories, eh Laura? :D
Ugh, totally know what you mean, Linh… Happened to me, too, more than once, especially with a few certain atmospheric tracks that came out of nowhere while I was concentrating on drawing, and I just went all
like Henry ↑ here 8D
Ohh, that reminds me of one particular moment:
If You ever think You’re too obsessed with something, just remember that David Tennant used to get in trouble at school because all his essays were Doctor Who fan fiction.
It got me curious, too, so I did a quick search and
David, 34, even wrote about his preoccupation in assignment at Paisley Grammar School when he was 13. And in our exclusive extract from the essay called ‘Intergalactic Overdose’, David reveals;
English teacher Moira Robertson taught the young David from the age of 13 until he left school at 17. She recalls: ‘The Doctor Who scarf became a kind of game for him. It didn’t matter what essay or assignment I gave him, he managed to work his granny’s scarf in it. That took real ingenuity. I remember having to explain to him that the exam board wouldn’t actually get the point and give him extra marks for it.’
I just found out Google has an etymology thing if you search “etymology of [word]” and
No seriously what
you don’t even have to search “etymology of (word)” you just…
…most used around 1800…
Harry Potter as a teen comedy.
Evidence that music placement is very important.
I swear I watch this every time it comes on my dash.
A collection of things I want David Tennant to tell me ❣◕ ‿ ◕❣
Yeah… until you remember he said them as Brendan
Sir Ian McKellan and Peter Jackson in The Five-ish Doctors Reboot
I’d like to think that if you don’t address Ian McKellan as “Sir Ian” he slaps you across the face with his staff.