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Stop the ‘real Whovian’ and ‘fake Whovian’ debates because the only true and pure Whovians are five year olds who just want to fight imaginary Daleks and pretend their sunglasses are sonic. We are all the interlopers in their fandom and the only reason they haven’t kicked us out yet is because they know the Doctor wouldn’t.

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Young(Just pre Stanford)!Sam x Young!Sister !Reader

“Dean doesn’t go to school!” You objected as you glared at the three looming figures in front of you. “Sammy isn’t going!”

“It’s Sam!” Sam sighed quickly, gritting his teeth.

“You need to go to school (Y/N), last time I let you stay out of school you nearly got yourself killed.” The firmness in John’s voice told you not to argue back but Dean was smirking from behind him so you knew if you really wanted to, no one would notice if you bunked a few days.

“Fine.” You said as you sighed, rolling your eyes before throwing yourself onto one of the beds.

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I wore my Tardis Christmas sweater to the grocery store last weekend and I had at least 6 people tell me how much they liked it. I thought I was the only Whovian in town. BTW sweet coat.

This is how we smoke each other out, apparently!

Maybe if you wear more Whovian clothes you can get people to sign a petition to get a Wizard World-esque convention in your neck of the woods!

People keep saying that young girls aren’t true whovians and only like New Who because David Tennant and Matt Smith are handsome.

But of course no one has complained that in the last 50 years of the show the companion has been primarily been played by a pretty 20-something girl for the straight male audience. 

notsomeaningfool  asked:

Hi. Me & friends were arguing over the definition of 'a true Whovian'. I haven't watched episodes that were before Christopher Eccleston era. My friends said I don't fit into the definition. So am I or am I not a Whovian?

You absolutely are a Whovian! Whether you’ve seen one episode or you’ve been watching for your entire life, you’re a Whovian. If you’ve only seen New Who, that’s great. If you’ve seen every single episode and the movie, that’s great too. 

Being a Whovian isn’t about how many episodes you’ve seen but how much you love the show. If you like Doctor Who and want to be a Whovian then congrats, you are one. 


Today was a day like no other. I am completely at a loss for words for how amazing meeting two of my idols was. With Matt Smith I couldn’t hold it in. These two people have changed my life so much. They’ve been there for me when I was happy, sad, mad, and all the emotions possible. The characters they play have taught me a lot about how to love, how to forgive, and how to have fun. I am more proud than ever to call myself a Whovian. This brief blurb only scratches the surface of all the things that I wish I could say, but all in all, I love Doctor Who, I love Matt Smith and Alex Kingston, and I am forever changed because of all of these things ❤️😭

Things I realize while watching Jessica Jones #7

Jessica saying “You are not ten anymore” made whovians (including me) all over the world to first laugh and then cry.

I miss 10th.


Good, Now I’ll sound like a crazy girl saying that I feel sad about Kilgrave’s death, not really because of him (He was a sick son of a bitch) but because of the 10th doctor…

Whovians understand me, right? (please do!)