You misunderstood me!
I never said that, brah.
I said that I believe that Time Lords/Ladies age within the incarnation.
Read my post again.
Who you callin’ an old man?
Tom Baker is flawless.
That was debated on this blog a while ago, haha, whether or not Time Lords age within each incarnation. (Personally, I think they do, it has just never really been acknowledged.)
…But that doesn’t make any sense, since we watched her turn from Mels, a young woman, into River, an older woman.
I don’t know about that. To be honest, it’s hard to keep track of aging when a character has the ability to time travel.
To broadly summarize, River Song’s timeline is in the opposite direction of The Doctor’s. She started out knowing everything about him, when he knew nothing about her, and that has slowly been reversing.
In theory, River’s final appearance will be her introduction to The Doctor: just like her first appearance was her departure.
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Petrichor is the smell of dust after rain. Remember in The Doctor’s Wife, when she needed to think about four things in order to access the old TARDIS control room? (delight, crimson, eleven, the smell of dust after rain)
Would anyone be interested/care if I made more videos for the blog?
And made a YouTube account for the Tumblr as well.
Posting it soon!
(Whoever you are…)
That’s literally the first time anyone has ever said that, ever.
I don’t much like my nose, but it’s nice to hear that someone else does.
Hahahaha no offense taken! I don’t much like my nose either. :P
And I wholeheartedly agree with that! After I posted the photos I thought to myself, we have completely different noses, but really similar eyes and lips. Cool.