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Crowley was particularly pleased with the M25 orbital, but maybe Aziraphale wasn’t without accomplishments. 

[…] Crowley had been allowed to develop Manchester, while Aziraphale had a free hand in the whole of Shropshire. Crowley took Glasgow, Aziraphale had Edinburgh […]

I saw cliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiint's post with pictures of some of the M25's junctions and thought that I should google junction pictures… and learnt of the original spaghetti junction of the world - the Gravely Hill Interchange, no.1 on 2009 Britain’s scariest junctions poll.

It is in Birmingham, where there’re at least 2 other junctions in that top 10. With Birmingham only ~35 miles away from Shropshire, I have the idea that Aziraphale knew fully well how people were ‘being fundamentally people’ there, if he didn’t send them some pasta photo books himself. 

At least Crowley could claim that he covered the two in Glasgow.  

Filed under Good Omens Aziraphale Crowley Humor

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sparxflame:

From this video, at about 5 minutes in.
It’s a fairly interesting video, about the history of cells - we were watching it in science class. I was sort of vaguely paying attention, and then-
Dark suit, red shirt, black hair? Curly, golden hair and glasses, holding an old book?Crowley and Azi! My babies, come here and let me love you!
So then I had to try and smother a fit of the giggles and try not to watch the rest of it as if Crowley were presenting it. Because the BBC is so badass that their presenters cosplay without realising it.

I can’t reblog this fandom enough =)))

sparxflame:

From this video, at about 5 minutes in.

It’s a fairly interesting video, about the history of cells - we were watching it in science class. I was sort of vaguely paying attention, and then-

Dark suit, red shirt, black hair? Curly, golden hair and glasses, holding an old book?Crowley and Azi! My babies, come here and let me love you!

So then I had to try and smother a fit of the giggles and try not to watch the rest of it as if Crowley were presenting it. Because the BBC is so badass that their presenters cosplay without realising it.

I can’t reblog this fandom enough =)))

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beckstasy:

Good Omens “Book Title” Sequence (Version 1)

Nice art :).

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I buy this cast of angels, though… what about Lara Pulver as War?

How does a reblog get spontabeously deleted O_O

Anyway, again, Lara Pulver… red hair, red leather, on a motorbike, with a SWORD…she is among Hell’s Angels anywhere… :o


silverliebecandy
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Greg Lestrade as Aziraphale

“You don’t need sleep. I don’t need sleep. Evil never sleeps, and Virtue is ever-vigilant.”

Mycroft Holmes as Crowley

“He was wearing snakeskin shoes, or at least presumably he was wearing shoes.”

James Moriarty as Pollution

“He opened the parcel. In it was a crown. He gazed at it for some seconds, with satisfaction, then put it on.”

Sebastian Moran as War

“Actually he went where the wars weren’t. He’d already been where the wars were.”

Sherlock Holmes as Famine

“He smiled. It was a slim smile, and was gone almost instantly.”

John Watson as Death

“He appeared to be listening intently. It was anyone’s guess what he listened with.”

Filed under Good Omens Sherlock Mystrade Come one obviously Mystrade turns canon here