To celebrate Pi Day, we really ought to have someone write ‘Happy Pi Day’ in the language with the most circles: Gallifreyan. But I don’t know Gallifreyan. Welp.
happy pi day! in Gallifrayian.
I will always remember when the Doctor was me.
My best friend made this little makeup bag for me as a Christmas present!
Got this bad boy today. . Our names in gallifreyan!
"Books! The greatest weapons in the world!" - Doctor Who, “Tooth and Claw”
We know that a lot of our followers are big Doctor Who fans, and we also know that the Doctor himself is a big fan of books! So in honor of the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who that airs tomorrow, Saturday, November 23rd, we’ve translated some of our favorite The Fault In Our Stars quotes into Gallifreyan, the Doctor’s native language!
If you translate your favorite book quotes into Gallifreyan and post them to Tumblr with the hashtag #penguin teen, we will reblog as many as we can throughout the weekend! Don’t speak Gallifreyan? No worries—here is a helpful translator (or, if you don’t want to download a program, try this online translator). We can’t wait to see what you guys create!
(Thanks go out to Rosianna for the fabulous idea, and the “I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once” image above.)
Name tags written in Gallifreyan for my Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Party.
I bought name tags at the office supply store and will help my guests write out their names when they arrive.
What would Doctor Who Tumblr look like?
I’ve found this Gallifreyan Math guide made by Loren Sherman. Check out this awesome guide here Gallifreyan Math!
I declare a time war.
Daleks scream “EXTERMINATE”.
The Doctor died and Silence Fell.
there he goes back in time.
saving everybody’s lives.
grab her hand and whisper “Run.””
It starts in the middle and reads outward. clockwise ironicaly. I like clockwise better than anti-clockwise. I also really like clocks, the ones with the gears that you can see are awesome but I’m off topic now.
Wow I’m so glad I finished it. But with something this big I just know theres an error somewhere, even after my letter by letter spellcheck. Still I’m very happy with it. I thought about putting all the numbers in big sentance circles but I didn’t think it would look as good, and luckily sentance circles are very quick and easy to make as opposed to time consuming letters.
what if at some point in time the doctor had a stereotypical doctor’s handwriting
what are you trying to tell me, doctor
companions and their gallifreyan name
OTP V: This was the christmas present I did for my best friend, arthurianlady, a Doctor Who bookmark!
The circle says “I believe in her” in Gallifreyan.
Please, don’t use this in any way and anywhere without my written approval.
merry christmas, my dear ;w;
I finished my shirt! (: