And this is where I keep my imagination.

So you can't judge me for having it out in the open.

One of my best memories as a kid is when me and my sister and brothers shared a room and we’d talk non-stop until we heard mom or dad stomping up the stairs, and then we’d all panic and hide under the sheets and pretend to be asleep because nobody wanted a smack.

Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi has revealed that there will be no flirting between the Doctor and his assistant Clara Oswald in the forthcoming series.

New Time Lord Capaldi, 56, has said that he was “adamant” that there will be “no Papa-Nicole moments”.

When asked about the age gap between himself and his 28-year-old co-star Jenna Coleman, Capaldi said: “They’ll be no flirting, that’s for sure. It’s not what this Doctor’s concerned with. It’s quite a fun relationship, but no, I did call and say, ‘I want no Papa-Nicole moments.’ I think there was a bit of tension with that at first but I was absolutely adamant.”

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The first time I watched Doomsday, I wasn’t at my house.

My friend was like ‘the ending is so shocking’ and I just went ‘hur hur yeah okay’, and went on to watch it without a care in the world. I genuinely didn’t realize how emotionally tied up I was in the show, in Rose Tyler.

And then she’s standing on the beach and crying her eyes out and I was just holding it in because my friend and his whole family were there and I couldn’t cry in front of them.

After it was over I went straight to the bathroom and locked myself in and cried in there for almost an hour, ugly-crying now, trying not to make a noise because I didn’t want anyone to know how upset I was over Rose and the Doctor being separated.