Because I Am The Doctor came on an 8tracks playlist…
I’m a mess and I don’t want Eleven to regenerate.
This is beautiful.
Why the hell is there a gif for THAT
woah doctor who has a gif for something that supernatural doesnt
Your move, Supernatural.
Supernatural has yet to move
The day has come fellow Whovians! Lift your sonic screwdrivers and rejoice!
November 23rd 1963: Doctor Who debuts
On this day in 1963, the first episode of Doctor Who was broadcast by the BBC. The original series starred William Hartnell as the protagonist known only as ‘the Doctor’, a Time Lord who travels through time in his blue police telephone box called the TARDIS with his companions. Since Hartnell, there have been 10 other actors who have played the iconic role, the current being Matt Smith. Doctor Who is the longest running science fiction drama in the world. It remains an immensely popular show, and an integral part of British culture. Today at 7.50pm on BBC One a 50th anniversary special will air.
50 years ago today
Happy 50th Anniversary Doctor Who.
Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Cupcakes | by Geekilicious
Okay so I know that I’m cutting it close with this one, but I just had the idea last night so bear with me. For those of you who take this recipe and make them into full sized cupcakes, I have included two printable wrappers for you!
Anniversaries are almost like birthdays and when I think of birthday cakes I think of the very pretty and delicious Momofuku version. I had the thought last night to try and make The Doctor a sort of birthday cupcake in the Momofuku style sooo what we have here are Tardis blue confetti cupcakes with regeneration energy crumbs. A stretch? Maybe. But I think it works.
It’s in three parts, well technically four but I promise it’s much simpler than it seems at first.
Here we go:
1/2 cup of granulated sugar
1 1/2 tbsp light brown sugar, tightly packed
3/4 cup flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
2 tbl rainbow sprinkles (or just plain white)
1 tsp gold edible glitter
1/4 cup canola or vegetable oil
1 tbl vanilla extract
Preheat the oven to 300 and line a baking sheet with a foil or piece of parchment. Combine the sugars, flour, baking powder, salt, and sprinkles. Pour in the oil and the vanilla slowly as you continue beating the mixture until the ingredients clump and form small clusters. Carefully spread the clusters in a thin layer on the prepared baking sheet and bake them for about 20 minutes, breaking up occasionally. Let them cool completely before using. Put on top of cupcakes after frosting.
For the Cake:
1 box of white cake mix
A handful of sprinkles
1 cup of buttermilk (or use this trick)
1/3 cup of oil
3 whole eggs OR 4 egg whites
1 tsp of vanilla extract
1 tsp of Royal Blue gel coloring
A touch of violet gel coloring
Combine all of the ingredients in a large bowl, bake as directed on box.
1/2 a tub of vanilla frosting
1/2 a tub of cream cheese frosting
Whip together until nice and fluffy.
1/2 cup of milk
2 tsp vanilla.
Combine and set aside. Brush on the tops of the cupcakes when cool.
If you want the wrappers you can download them HERE. One has The Doctor’s name in circular gallifreyan and the other says Bad Wolf.
I hope you enjoy them and I hope they help you eat all the feels you’re gonna get from the special tomorrow. I know my cousin and I will be sneaking these into the theater with us :)
I pushed aside the creepy YA novel retelling of Peter Pan that I was working on when Once Upon a Time Peter Pan stuff started happening because they did it so well.
But man do I want to take a break ftom my sci fi novel and work on it again. I keep getting so many ideas…I just don’t want the two to be compared now because of OUAT.
This video is happiness