Nothing too big, just enough to hold our basic stuff, like pliers, safety goggles, hook up wire, breadboard, etc. I got a small red one, and had this huge desire to paint it! So I did.
Anwho, the next week I needed to buy some stuff from the student store for my class. I had my tool box with me, and put it down on the counter when I got my money out to pay. The guy at the register (I knew him a little bit already, I had a class with him last quarter) looks at it and goes “I like the toolbox… And I just realized what’s on it!! That’s cool!!”
Happy? YES I WAS!
And I just so happened to be sporting my TARDIS hoodie that day! I took that opportunity to finally show it off to someone who would enjoy it as much as I did!
We then spent the next few minutes talking about Doctor Who til I had to leave for my class. I now make up stupid reasons to go to the store every Tuesday when he’s working souly for the purpose of having someone new to talk to about Doctor Who! :) Mucho exciting!
“900 years of time and space and I’ve never met anyone who wasn’t important.”
And here we have three perfect examples of what we call “genius”.
This is the best thing ever.
All of them. Perfection. XD
There needs to be a category for wanting to hear all three. Cause I’m in that one.
I have learned 3 things:
1) I am most definitely a Whovian.
2) The Silence are after me.
3) Don’t give me eye liner when I’m drunk.
The Doctor and his companions travel across billions of miles of space and billions of years of time. Their travels take them to the most obscure corners of existence, where they meet some very interesting characters. Some of those characters actually turn out to be friendly. It is important to note, of course, that just because one or two members of a species are friendly, doesn’t mean the lot of them are. After all, not all humans are kind and benevolent, but it would be wrong to say we are all evil. From the Forest of Cheem to the Argolin, here are Doctor Who’s Friendly Aliens…
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