marriage (n.) in card games, the combination of a King and Queen of the same suit.
#the queen theme surrounding river is probably one of my favourite#number uno: her dressing up as the queen on nile #b) then we have the whole ‘the queen is your only available move’ metaphor #that perfectly illustrates her life and her meaning in Doctor’s life as well #and her attitude towards her captors and the choices she made #the queen with millions of volts running through her #and that in turn is very parallelic with her death: sitting on a metal throne #with a mock crown made of wires and plastic #connecting the wires and dying because of the electricity running through her body #yes good #and remember: queen is the strongest one on a chessboard #and river and doctor are definitely suit #perfectly understanding each other and clicking just right and working together like a dream
“Does The Dotor have a Queen?” ~ Nefertiti, “Dinosaurs on a Spaceship”
Yes, yes he does.
wibbly wobbly challenge: top three companions in complementary colors - rose tyler in red/green
In the vortex that lies beyond time and space tumbled a police box that was not a police box. The control room was empty. It was a spacious, brightly lit, chamber. It alone was too big to have fitted, into the battered exterior of the police box, and doors and passageways leading from it hinted at more inexplicable volumes beyond.
-Doctor Who: The Wheel of Ice
For if you’re bored during the holidays or whenever, have fun!
Catherine: We’re like a yawn and a dream
David: Like a cherry on cream
Catherine: Like the wind and a kite
David: Now you’ve got it, all right!
Catherine: We’re like a parent and child!
David: Like a- sorry, what?!
We are just trying to figure each other out.
officially my all time favorite postmost men are only into a woman’s body where as the woman wants to know the mans mind.