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Forget the Doctor 
7th-Apr-2005 05:15 pm
knitting sketch
I've just worked out what's missing from the new series.

<----------- *points at icon.

MWNN dragged me screaming and kicking for a bout of shopping yesterday. Mind you, he then paid for lunch (at 4pm) at a new pub where I had a very reasonably-priced Aberdeen Angus beefburger and some deliciously crisp chips, so I'm not complaining too much.

He finally decided to spend some of the money I gave him for his birthday two years ago on a new digital camera. It's taken him this long to research all the different models and narrow his search down. He plumped for a Cannon. Then, later today, his new I-River arrived. Needless-to-say Chez Hesadevil has echoed to the sounds of expletives as the new toys have been installed and explored.

*chuckles quietly*
7th-Apr-2005 04:46 pm (UTC)
Lovely icon, but hopefully the dear metal mutt is safely off in his own timestream with Sarah Jane doing their thing and not getting in the way of hot chips in the Tardis:)
7th-Apr-2005 05:15 pm (UTC)
But, but, but . . . I want him to partake in the chips. Maybe there could be a female K9 with whom he could produce more hot chips. ;)
7th-Apr-2005 05:24 pm (UTC)
But then the Doctor and Rose would be looking after all the puppies instead of repopulating the Gallifreyan race with little mingled humanoGallifreyans, and the Doctor needs not to be alone.
:pets:: him.
7th-Apr-2005 05:56 pm (UTC)
He won't be alone if he has man's Gallifrean's best friend to keep him company. Besides babies - ugh. Puppies are nicer.

Babies - ugh, just - ugh! (I think I'm chanelling Harmony a little too much here *runs screaming*.)
7th-Apr-2005 06:02 pm (UTC)
Having Metal Mickey in the Tardis would much more entertaining.
7th-Apr-2005 06:12 pm (UTC)
No, no, no. You've missed the point, entirely. It has to be K9. One man and his dog and all that. Dump the woman I say. Make the Tardis a woman-free zone. We can't have the Doctor getting his hormones in a twist over some silly female. Much as I like Rose, there is already an alarming movement to ship the two characters - just because they held hands a couple of times and shared some chips.

In any case, I think the Doctor would be inclined to turn Metal Mickey into scrap the first time he caused any problems. He'd probably recyle him.
8th-Apr-2005 11:16 pm (UTC)
What no Doctor Who/Metal Mickey slash?
7th-Apr-2005 09:34 pm (UTC)
Number 1 child keeps asking about K9. He has a thing about dogs and is currently driving us crazy nagging for one. Have you seen the trailers for this week's episode? Oh, I so hope there's a Buffy reference.
7th-Apr-2005 09:42 pm (UTC)
There's a Buffy reference in this week's trailer?

*rushes off to the Doctor's website to see if it's there to view*
7th-Apr-2005 09:47 pm (UTC)
No - not in the trailer, but it's all about the undead walking in Victorian Wales. They looked like vampires to me. Surely they won't be able to resist a Buffy reference?
7th-Apr-2005 09:52 pm (UTC)
Looks more like Ghostbusters than Buffy. And anyway, we've got the references, what with the leather coat and the cheekbones and the attitude.

On the K9 question, I'd say don't give in unless you are both dig-persons too. Mind you a boy and his mutt do make adorable pals. There's always someone around to lick those knee scabs. ;)
7th-Apr-2005 09:59 pm (UTC)
He's cute, but he's not Spike.

He is cute, though. Did I already say that?

The dog question is a problem. I like dogs (although I prefer cats), but as the one at home, it'll be me who gets to do the pooch sitting/feeding/walking/cleaning up after. The boy just wants to take it for the occasional walk and throw sticks, I suspect. And then there's what sort of dog. He has fallen in love with his mate's little yappy thing - not sure what it is, but it seems to have a large proportion of rat. Me - if we have to have a dog I want a real dog. A nice chocolate lab (unaffordable) or a pointer or the like.
7th-Apr-2005 10:15 pm (UTC)
The one thing you do not want is a chocolate lab. They are totally loopy. The thing sounds about right. Little Killer-Terrier is a thing (He's officially a Jack Russel on his passport but our vet has a soft spot for him - he came from the rescue centre as a terrier type)

You're right about you ending up being the one to care for whatever kind of pooch on a daily basis though and that's why I say you need to be passionate about being a dog owner.

He's cute, but he's not Spike.

No he's not. And mine's now back with me, leaning against the wall and looking at me with that raised eyebrow of his.
7th-Apr-2005 11:15 pm (UTC)
And mine's now back with me, leaning against the wall and looking at me with that raised eyebrow of his.

Clothed or naked? I wondered where he'd gone. Boggy still has mine. I'm Spikeless. Sad state of affairs.
7th-Apr-2005 11:31 pm (UTC)
Fully clothed, fortunately. Duster, jeans, black T, boots, the lot. He's just staring and twitching the eyebrow. I know what he's thinking damnit. It's time to go into research mode if that plot bunny is to survive 3 months deprivation in the watery wilderness of NoNet.

Yes - look. Now he's glaring.

7th-Apr-2005 11:37 pm (UTC)
He's a baaad vampire. Been annoying the heck out of people all days with his 'write something, damn it!' act, but will he help? Will he buggery. Just stands there looking hot. What use is that? It's very nice, granted, but not much with the helpful.

If I can do any tending to the bunny while you're off on your watery wanderings you will let me know, won't you?
7th-Apr-2005 11:43 pm (UTC)
Just give me one good reason why I should keep it alive, given that he's being so bloody unco-operative. I honestly don't know why he had me haul him out from under that pile of demons. Should have just left him there.

Anyway it's far too late for mortals to be hanging around waiting for a creatures of the night to get their acts together. He's kept us both up way beyond the call of duty.

*stomps off to bed*
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