I’m pretty sure Death and Rory are on a first name basis by now…
Dude, Death is just chillin at home, and Rory will just barge in, shout”I DID IT AGAIN.” Then he’ll grab a soda from the fridge and sit next to Death on the sofa and Death will catch him up on everything that’s happened in the hours since they last saw each other.
Death/Rory = Brotp
it was the ‘hours’ that got me XD the ‘hours’ since they last saw each other XD *lol*
When Rory finally dies for real he’s gonna walk in with Amy and say, “Hey death, I brought my wife this time!”
“Rory, what are you doing?”
“Oh, is this Amy?” says Death, standing up from the couch. “I must say, it’s a pleasure to finally meet you, I hope you’ve had a good long life?” and then he and Rory do a man hug full of back slapping and Death’s like “You know where the sodas are.”
I’m sorry but, “you know where the sodas are”
MAKE THIS A FANFICTION
Okay I don’t even watch either of these fandoms and this is my brotp
I’m crying. That’s beautiful.
Reblogging for Tag Accuracy
I’VE FIGURED IT OUT.
In the Eleventh Hour, Rory’s badge reads:
Rory is 30ish during the Angels Take Manhattan episode.
He’s (presumably) sent back to 1938.
1990 - 1938 = 52 years, 52+30 = 82 years old
The date the badge was issued is the day he died.
Holy Mary, mother of fuck.
click and drag.
and rory, to the doctor, goes, ‘only you could fancy someone in a book.’
look at your life. look at your choices. read better books.
favorite characters » Rory Williams (Doctor Who)
↳ “Well, I died, and turned into a Roman. It’s very distracting.”
Indiana Rory and the Temple of Eggs
Indiana Rory and the Temple of Eggs
Just a little meta because it’s on my mind.
When Amy told Rory that they did something to her on Demon’s Run that made her infertile, my husband slid me a look. “I’m waiting for you to start crying,” he said.
“No. I’m fine,” I said.
Not only am I fine, but I love how Moffat handled it with Amy and Rory.
Infertility is a horrible, horrible beast. There are days that you’re perfectly fine, that you can go “I’m OK with this. I’ve got a wonderful career and a husband who loves me and medical science that can do a lot. I’m under 35, I can do this.”
Then there are other days when you hate yourself. When you feel that your husband, who moved across an ocean for you, could do much better. You want kids, and he wants kids. But what you’re trying isn’t working. You go to the doctor. The drugs aren’t working. There’s more drugs you can take. Expensive procedures, but where do you draw the line? And even though you can and do live an fantastic life, surrounded by love, opportunities to travel and a fulfilling career, you feel like a failure — especially when you’re surrounded by a culture and social media that rubs it in your face. It is so hard to go on places like Facebook and see hundreds of photos of your peer’s newborn babies.
You’re also in mourning, dealing with this. You have to go through the grieving process, even if you never planned on having kids. Yes, Amy and Rory have River. It is obvious from “The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe” that Amy loves her daughter. Based on photos shot of shooting during episode 5, we see Amy act motherly toward River. She is proud of her. But it’s still different, and River is far more friend than daughter to either of her parents. Amy and Rory wanted a sibling for her, one they could actually raise. Now they can’t.
Different people react in different ways. I deal with mine by talking with my husband, by making this post. Based on “Pond Life” and the rapid deterioration between Amy and Rory, Amy got stuck in the anger stage of grieving. This is Amelia Pond, infamous for keeping her emotions bottled up. She handled the Melody/Mels/River situation by running and running and running until the Doctor was the one to make her stop in “The God Complex.” She even says this in the series 7 promo: “The traveling is starting to feel like running away.” Likewise, she ran from her wedding because she feared abandonment and commitment. But when Amy gets pushed into a corner enough, she will lash out. You will see her emotions. You see her tell Kovarian off about taking River away. You see her tell Rory about the infertility. Amy can’t go to a psychiatrist. First of all, Amy wouldn’t after childhood #1. Second, who would believe Amy and everything she’d went through?
Amy is so much a mirror of the Doctor emotionally. No wonder they get along so well. Amy handled the infertility issue in a way that was in-character for her and that mirroring of the Doctor. They both run away so much until forced to confront themselves by a catalyst: River for the Doctor and Rory for Amy. Then they act and grow. When you look at Amy now and the Amy we met in “The Eleventh Hour,” it’s such a brilliant story of growth. Amy then acted in such a selfish manner in running away. Now, she’s grown to where she loves Rory so damn much that she is willing to sacrifice everything for him to be happy. And that is gorgeous — and all Moffat.
You know when sometimes you meet someone so beautiful and then you actually talk to them and five minutes later they’re as dull as a brick? Then there’s other people, when you meet them you think, ”Not bad. They’re okay.” And then you get to know them and their face just sort of becomes them. Like their personality’s written all over it. And they just turn into something so beautiful.