omg

ask-a-ravager:

Kraglin: Don’t get me wrong, there were a lotta contenders.


Happy late father’s day, everyone!

rootbeergoddess:

van-dyne:

// What kind of a disney princess are you? (insp)

Why does this fit so well?

roisinlikesbooks:

heart-seoul-soshi:

Remember Dr. Montgomery Montgomery from A Series of Unfortunate Events? The Baudelaires called him Uncle Monty. He was a herpetologist. Herpetology. Study of amphibians and reptiles like snakes. Pythons? Those are snakes. Uncle Monty. Studied snakes. Snakes like pythons. Monty Python.

I am fucking seething with rage right now

orelseatlastsheunderstoodit:

animate-mush:

questions-within-questions:

the-sad-snek:

riverofgayalienprincewithdecfire:

audale:

The only thing I didn’t like about Simm’s return in World Enough And Time is that “Mr. Razor” isn’t some anagram of “Master”. I mean, yeah, they probably already had all the anagrams and variations used up in Classic Who, but it would’ve been so great.

I looked up what Razor Means and Its An Onld english word for a knife called Seax witch later translates to Saxon.

Jfc.

I’m beginning to suspect that you can defeat the master with some distracting word puzzles.

…I am so much happier knowing this

I just used this Old English translator (https://www.oldenglishtranslator.co.uk/) and did ‘Razor’ to Old English, and YEP THAT’S WHAT IT DOES. IT TRANSLATES TO ‘SAXON’, among other words.