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queenshulamit:

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Are you kidding? The Doctor’s from Glasgow now, Richard. Give it three episodes and he’ll be stomping out of the TARDIS with an angry frown, a special fish supper and a cry of “Right, what’s the fuckin’ Hampden Roar now?”

The TARDIS has a food generator (which I think was first show in The Daleks in 1963), so all the Doctor’s meat is not actually made from dead animals.
I may be developing some pointless letter writer traits myself…

He’s canonically vegetarian as of “the Two Doctors” if not earlier, so this occurred to at least someone, although prior to that point he enjoyed fishing as a sport (although it is unclear if he ever caught anything - actually catching fish is sort of not the point, after all).
And also, he shows great affection for both observably sapient earthling species, plus at least one giant dinosaur, so the generalization already doesn’t stand.

But the Ninth Doctor enjoyed (and gleefully ordered) steak and chips in “Boom Town”, the Tenth Doctor sat down with Rose, Mickey and Jackie and enjoyed a Christmas dinner (with turkey) at the end of “The Christmas Invasion” and the Eleventh Doctor ate various meat products including bacon (“The Eleventh Hour”) and fish fingers. It’s possible that vegetarianism (or not) is something that varies by regeneration just like height, hair colour, accent etc.
*looks round as room falls silent*
*runs away*

That’s very true.  I was going to say “as of ‘the Two Doctors’ up through ‘Boom Town’” but then I didn’t bother.  It is possible that, like most things, he stopped caring that hard after the war.
On the other hand Doctor Doolittle eats sausages so…

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queenshulamit:

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Are you kidding? The Doctor’s from Glasgow now, Richard. Give it three episodes and he’ll be stomping out of the TARDIS with an angry frown, a special fish supper and a cry of “Right, what’s the fuckin’ Hampden Roar now?”

The TARDIS has a food generator (which I think was first show in The Daleks in 1963), so all the Doctor’s meat is not actually made from dead animals.

I may be developing some pointless letter writer traits myself…

He’s canonically vegetarian as of “the Two Doctors” if not earlier, so this occurred to at least someone, although prior to that point he enjoyed fishing as a sport (although it is unclear if he ever caught anything - actually catching fish is sort of not the point, after all).

And also, he shows great affection for both observably sapient earthling species, plus at least one giant dinosaur, so the generalization already doesn’t stand.

But the Ninth Doctor enjoyed (and gleefully ordered) steak and chips in “Boom Town”, the Tenth Doctor sat down with Rose, Mickey and Jackie and enjoyed a Christmas dinner (with turkey) at the end of “The Christmas Invasion” and the Eleventh Doctor ate various meat products including bacon (“The Eleventh Hour”) and fish fingers. It’s possible that vegetarianism (or not) is something that varies by regeneration just like height, hair colour, accent etc.

*looks round as room falls silent*

*runs away*

That’s very true.  I was going to say “as of ‘the Two Doctors’ up through ‘Boom Town’” but then I didn’t bother.  It is possible that, like most things, he stopped caring that hard after the war.

On the other hand Doctor Doolittle eats sausages so…

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fromthepalaceofthedogs:

ursulatheseabitchh:

It really frustrates me how, when people want to argue against casting a person of color for a certain role, they always resort to “UM OKAY BUT CAN YOU FIND A NATIVE AMERICAN ACTRESS WHO HAS X Y AND Z PHYSICAL TRAITS??” and then it forces…

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#though it's neither here nor there black people can also have red hair

toopunktofuck:

one of new jersey’s most famous confections, saltwater taffy, was invented because some asshole’s candy shop flooded and ruined all his taffy and he sold it to a child anyway and i think that pretty much says a lot about the overall cultural climate of new jersey

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#now i crave potato chips and other foods created by asshats

jaclynhyde:

christ star wars legacy could you have one fucking female character who isn’t wearing tiny skimpy articles of clothing and showing cleavage

just one

also why is that one girl’s pants colored with that goddamn starry photoshop brush

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#and would it have killed them to make them rainbow stars as is that brush's god-given duty

#star wars

summonerjolan:

brommunism:

remember that once in the late 70’s a face character for pooh at disneyland was accused of hitting a child in the face on accident and so the dude came back to court after the recess in the pooh costume and answering the questions as pooh and fucking danced in the courtroom in order to prove that the arms were too high up to hit the kid and he was acquitted within 20 minutes

That’s some Phoenix Wright shit right there, I swear

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johannesviii:

Eight’s TARDIS can display all sorts of things on the ceiling of its control room, and if you still don’t think it’s the best TARDIS ever, you’re wrong I kindly disagree with your opinion.
I’m pretty sure one of the first things he did once Charley was on board was to show her how the Earth looked like from space. [/headcanon]

johannesviii:

Eight’s TARDIS can display all sorts of things on the ceiling of its control room, and if you still don’t think it’s the best TARDIS ever, you’re wrong I kindly disagree with your opinion.

I’m pretty sure one of the first things he did once Charley was on board was to show her how the Earth looked like from space. [/headcanon]

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