Finally started writing the beginning of that thing I mentioned earlier, but came to a stop when I wasn’t really sure how I should talk about Adam and Sam’s tea. Stupid, I know, but when their version of tea involves brewing the bag in hot blood…just calling it “tea” is a little deceiving. This,…
Yeah, just call it tea. Bonus points if the readers find out what makes it special because of another character seeing it and sputtering in shock.
Oh, wow. The usual version of wing tattoos where they’re folded up against the shoulder blades doesn’t appeal to me but these… oh yes.
I don’t normally like large tattoos, and I get nervous when Zachary talks about the sizable one he’d like on his shoulder, but this, um. Yes. Actually sexy as hell. Of course, that may just be the muscly-ness getting to me.
I finally figured out why this season of Doctor Who feels different. Instead of seeing the Doctor through the companion’s eyes, we’re seeing the companion through the Doctor’s eyes.
Is that why I don’t like it as much as I want to? Because I love the Doctor, so seeing him through someone else’s eyes is awesome, I get to see a new side of him every time and learn more about him, and it keeps me loving him. But I don’t love Clara yet, and seeing her through his eyes isn’t helping because he hasn’t actually managed to learn much about her yet- or perhaps he has, but those connections he’s making in his brain aren’t obvious enough for me, I guess. I dunno. Just…. really hoping I like next season better.