thekoontzy replied to your post:Ghostfucks. Superpower: fucking all the ghosts. Have fun!mhmm Oh she does. *smirks then rests my chin against Ghosty’s shoulder*
*gulps loudly* *blushes even louder*
*giggles evilly then nuzzles Ghosty’s shoulder.*
Can I just get some Greg and Mycroft action in that underground bunker place/cement office? Please? Just bend Greg over naked while Mycroft still wearing his suit. JUST GIVE ME SOME SEX IN THAT GODDAMN ROOM.
I keep seeing posts about how the anniversary of Dr Who made all the plot arcs, and story line that the doctor has gone through void. I agreed with you guys until I realized something. The device told the doctor that if he used it to stop the war that he would have to live with fact he was the only survive, that he was the only one…that he lived. Maybe he didn’t actually use the device but it told him that it isn’t like a normal machine that you don’t necessarily know when you activate it or when you use it cause it doesn’t have a big red button. So when I came to realize this I basically gasped. The device was used but used so that the doctor could find himself, that he could discover another path that wasn’t destruction. The device realized what he truly wanted this and so it gave it to him by showing him how to save Gallifrey. Then as punishment, as its payment for what it did it… the machine made him believe he was the only survivor. It took away his memories of what happened and only after 400 years allowed him to remember. His payment was 400 years of pain, of believing he pushed that red button, that he could change nothing to save those children of Gallifrey. When all along he had saved Gallifery, it was out there but the machine of ultimate power took away the moments when he saved it and replaced it with pain. If the doctor can seal way the memories of Donna Noble then what is stopping a machine that create portals through the time stream from replicating that same ability?