Are you kidding me?

Are you kidding me?

the doctor: i'm so scottish
clara: where is my boyfriend
the doctor: i have no idea what i'm doing
vastra and jenny: *intense lesbian*
the doctor: what




me 11:59 September 30th


me 12:00 October 1st


it’s not even october and 90% of tumblr is like the second gif

I’ve never seen tumblr on Halloween or Christmas… Is it bad?

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brooklyn6666 replied to your post “Am I the only one who had totally forgotten that Van Pelt once showed…”

Oh Yeah…what was that about? Felt very odd to watch, I mean in the cbi office? Really? Do the scene at home at least…

That’s exactly what I meant, most of us have forgotten about it, if not all. It was awkward to watch since they were at work and I wasn’t really interested in their relationship anymore anyway… yeah, it was definitely a weird scene.

It seems that you like The Mentalist 2.0 better than the original TM. Why? Do you not appreciate what has happened in the previous five and a half seasons?

I think I do like 2.0 better than 1.0, yes. Well. They’re equal really, but by the time Red John aired, I was sort of tired of some of the characters (won’t keep it a secret, they were Rigsby and Van Pelt). I was actually tired of those old things, I was craving for something new. Although I was crying when I saw how they were changing the CBI set to the FBI set, that did hurt. But I don’t miss Rigsby and Van Pelt one bit, I only miss Ben. Rigspelt didn’t add much to the story anymore, imo. When they were married, I was happy for them but I wouldn’t have minded if they had left at that point. I love the new characters we got in their stead, Abbott, Fischer and especially Wylie. They’re adorable and funny and NEW. And while obviously they fulfill old positions (Abbott would be like Minelli and Hightower, Fischer like Lisbon and Wylie like Rigsby), it feels FRESH with them. And I like that change, I wanted it badly after Red John and I didn’t even know it at the time. But I loved everything that happened before Red John. I just didn’t want it to continue after that.

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Body Language: What Eyes Can Tell You


We’ve talked a lot about body language and how it can be used in your writing, but not much has been said about analyzing the body language of the eyes. A lot can be inferred by utilizing eye body language in your writing, so hopefully this will help you learn more about it.

Here are a few ways you can use the eyes to express emotions:


If someone is gazing at something that usually means they have expressed an interest in whatever it is. Gazing usually means that the person looks unfocused on the person or object as a whole. For example, gazing at someone’s lips might be a sign that you want to kiss them. It’s usually a sign of wanting. You can also gaze at someone to size them up in some way.


If you glance at someone it can be because you want to get a quick look at them without staring. Someone might glance if they don’t want the other person to know they’re focusing their attention on them. You can also glance at someone with your eyebrow raised in order to show suspicion or doubt.


Staring at someone or something can be used to show surprise, shock, interest, or disbelief. In novels, staring is sometimes used to show attraction. For example, one character realizing they were staring at another character because there was something intriguing about them.


If someone closes their eyes that could indicate that they’re trying to get their thoughts together by shutting out the rest of the world. It could mean that your character does not want to see something or wants to distance their mind from what’s happening.


Obviously big tears means that a character is crying, but wet eyes can show that a character is holding back tears or had been crying previously. This helps reveal how a character is feeling and if they are trying to hold back their emotions.


People can rub their eyes when they’re tired or sometimes when they feel uncomfortable. It gives a character an excuse to look away.  It can be used in the same way that yawning is used.

Looking Down

If someone looks down when another character is talking to them, it could indicate that your character feels uncomfortable or is intimidated. It is also used a sign of submission. This is also sometimes used as a sign of respect—in some cultures eye contact is considered rude or used to express dominance. It can also indicate guilt in some cases.

Looking Up

When someone is thinking, they’ll often look up to the side. It helps you visualize what you’re thinking about and analyze the situation. Also, if someone is trying to recall something they might look up.

Looking Away

If someone looks away from you after you ask a question it might mean they could be avoiding the question or that they’re planning on lying. It’s easier to lie if eye contact is avoided for most people.  Looking away can also indicate boredom or guilt.

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