So this is somewhat inspired by the country’s past fashion and what not and I decided to give them different hairstyles too and I also bet France liked woman’s hair styles back in the day so there is that. So yeah I’ll do the Axis next and then maybe the Nordics and then maybe the goddamn easter bunny ‘cause that’s probably how long it’s going to take :T
and p.s I want to forever draw China’s hair down because hot damn
They can leap 36 feet
As in leap forward 36 feet
They don’t jump 36 feet into the fucking sky do you know how terrifying that would be the human race wouldn’t have survived because we’d have all had heart attacks while still in Africa
still one of my favorite posts on tumblr
I find it really interesting that the historical men like Vincent Van Gogh, Winston Churchill and Richard Nixon portrayed in Moffat Who are always three dimensional and treated respectfully, while the historical women like Elizabeth the First and Nefertiti, are always love sick idiots drooling over the Doctor.
It almost seems like Moffat cannot take women seriously, even if they ruled nations.
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Sometimes I think we spend this time on earth to learn to treat the universe with reverence. We spend this time in awe of the great sublimes around us, knowing we are but fleeting wisps of stardust and only in death will we be free to know those things greater than ourselves. But first we must come to respect the elementary things around us that hardly seem tangible, but form the bases of reality. Like a child that forgets the things that they cannot see exist, we must embrace the childlike feeling of marvel when presented with impossibilities. We must come to accept that we may never reason their unfathomable complexities and only experience wonder in the light of their splendour. We must learn to relish the simplicities found in the elegance of design. And we must in turn come to treat the complexity within ourselves with the same sense of awe and transcendence that captivates us as we imagine things beyond the reaches of our understanding. Death is some untold adventure of which we can only dream. But first, we must come to respect the incredible majesty of the universe, and behold with a sense of veneration the infinite aesthetic.