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let the TARDIS die. Just let this old box gather dust. No one can open it, no one will even notice it. Let it become a strange little thing standing on a street corner. And over the years, the world will move on, and the box will be buried.

I want this!!! If someone gets me this I will love you forever!!

Doctor Who TARDIS Silver Tone Interpreted Locket Necklace sold by urbanindustries. Shop more products from urbanindustries on Storenvy, the home of independent small businesses all over the world.

DW meets gangnam style! Win!

Heeeeyy my companion. Or Oppa Doctor Styly. Heeeeey I'm Captain Jack. Or Oppa Doctor Style. Heeeey I'm Jack Harkness.

Technically they are 9 and 12, but this is still funny.

Letter size…

8 ½ x 11 hahahahaha <-- from now on, paper dimensions shall be described as john hurt by Matt smith.<<<teacher:now students you will use 8 by 11 inch paper me:- raises hand- i think you mean john hurt by matt smith miss teacher lady

Doctor Who cupcakes

Doctor Who TARDIS Cupcake Wrappers & Toppers - possibly dress up simple bakery cupcakes.

The Dalek Christmas tree  This Dalek wasn't like the others Dr. Who has faced — he didn't want to exterminate. All he wanted to do was dress up like the satellites Mary Kay uses to spy on people and serve up a little Christmas cheer.

Many people like myself like to celebrate Christmas with the Doctor Who Christmas Special but one Whovian went one step further and built a Dalek Christmas tree! This very bright Dalek seems like the perfect Christmas tree for Doctor Who Read More .

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We all love art and mashups! Check out this awesome art mashup, DOCTOR WHO MEETS DISNEY by Karen Hallion. Watch some of your favorite Disney characters as they come across the famous Tardis. Be sure you check out more of her artwork HERE.

The Doctor spotted these sneaky Weeping Angels in Kensal Green cemetery, London. There's a TARDIS-shaped gap in the midst of them, which can surely be no coincidence. Empirical proof that Doctor Who is real.

Weeping Angels in Kensal Green. The Doctor spotted these sneaky Weeping Angels in Kensal Green cemetery, London. There's a TARDIS-shaped gap in the midst of them, which can surely be no coincidence. Empirical proof that Doctor Who is real.

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