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Twelfth Doctor’s Theme
Murray Gold

First appeared in Deep Breath, but also in Into The Dalek. There’s no doubt. This is The Doctor’s new theme.

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The Twelfth Doctor’s Theme (Calm)

Here’s a rough transcription of the theme and accompaniment:

Interestingly enough, the chords are exactly the same as I Am The Doctor, but begin on A minor, instead of D minor.

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why that fuckin plant move

we have a whole hiatus to find out …

this is it. This is my favorite post that this fandom has created, I’m in tears. 



This fucking plant gif gave the the biggest, most-sustained laugh of the day.  I have no idea why, but look at it, I can’t stop…

I’m trying to stay awake whilst watching the tennis so I’m just gonna serious over this lighthearted post.
It’s probably because, despite what it seems, that specific part of the scene isn’t technically taking place 100% within the ‘real world’ of the show and is instead sort of being experienced through Sherlock’s mind’s eye - thus the environment is reacting to his physical movement, much like the way the camera is replicating it.
Paul McGuigan used a very similar technique quite frequently even in series 1 and 2, it’s actually a really interesting way of knowing when we’re experiencing something through Sherlock’s POV.
The two first examples I can think of are: the actual lights of the office in Scotland Yard flicking off behind Sherlock when he’s visualising the map (whilst trying to figure out where the kidnapped kids are in TRF), and where the same effect is used and the lights of the corridor flick off behind Sherlock and John whilst walking away from Ian Monkford’s car in TGG.
It’s almost as if Sherlock’s mental process is interacting with, or influencing the physical environment, which we know obviously isn’t the case, but it’s mostly used as a marker for seeing something through Sherlock’s eyes.
There are a LOT of examples of this type of thing used very frequently in the show. I obviously get distracted more often than not by the plot and characters, but I sometimes forget that it was things like this that first made me love this show.

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why that fuckin plant move

we have a whole hiatus to find out …

this is it. This is my favorite post that this fandom has created, I’m in tears. 

This fucking plant gif gave the the biggest, most-sustained laugh of the day.  I have no idea why, but look at it, I can’t stop…

I’m trying to stay awake whilst watching the tennis so I’m just gonna serious over this lighthearted post.

It’s probably because, despite what it seems, that specific part of the scene isn’t technically taking place 100% within the ‘real world’ of the show and is instead sort of being experienced through Sherlock’s mind’s eye - thus the environment is reacting to his physical movement, much like the way the camera is replicating it.

Paul McGuigan used a very similar technique quite frequently even in series 1 and 2, it’s actually a really interesting way of knowing when we’re experiencing something through Sherlock’s POV.

The two first examples I can think of are: the actual lights of the office in Scotland Yard flicking off behind Sherlock when he’s visualising the map (whilst trying to figure out where the kidnapped kids are in TRF), and where the same effect is used and the lights of the corridor flick off behind Sherlock and John whilst walking away from Ian Monkford’s car in TGG.

It’s almost as if Sherlock’s mental process is interacting with, or influencing the physical environment, which we know obviously isn’t the case, but it’s mostly used as a marker for seeing something through Sherlock’s eyes.

There are a LOT of examples of this type of thing used very frequently in the show. I obviously get distracted more often than not by the plot and characters, but I sometimes forget that it was things like this that first made me love this show.

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you all knew your fav character was going to die 

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produced by Suzanne Collins

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This is apparently a lubricant ad. Just let the reality of the image sink in for a moment.

WHY WOULD ANYONE THINK THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA

IT TOOK ME A MINUTE AND NOW OH MY GOD 

i’m like wtf are they say-HOLY SHIT

WHAT ARE YOU DOING

WHY

WHY

WHY

WHY

OHMYGAWD O.O

I don’t get it. Are they saying she created the ocean? That lubrication is peaceful? What is this ad trying to say? Look, I swear, I don’t understand this and it is making me feel like—

OH SWEET JESUS PLEASE NO WHAT THE FUCK. WHAT THE FUCK. 

Wait, what’s everyone freaking out about? I don’t get it—

OH MY GOD.

I was gonna reblog it like “I don’t get it someone help” and then

OH

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