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I don't know what I can say about this. I am still an emotional wreck. I laughed. I cried. I clung to [personal profile] matgb. I have been used to expecting the new Who Christmas specials to be a bit less than special; this came as such a culture shock. It was amazing. Gambon and Smith knocked it out of the park, and as for The Grand Moff's script... Just beautiful.

Yes, yes, one could pick holes. SPOILER! ), for instance, although you can fanwank that away by saying SPOILER! ), as proved by the SPOILER! ). And as someone on twitter said: error: insufficient Pond. But the thing is, when a story is this well-told, well-acted, and glorious, one doesn't want to pick holes.

I'd give it about a million out of ten. As for the next time trailer... well, I need to digest that. Beardy Matt Smith, though? Rawr. And naked River Song... *dreamy expression*

Speaking of facial hair, am watching Poirot now. I think Sam West must have been taking part in Movember; the tache does not suit him at all. I still would, though.



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Monday, March 26th, 2007 09:22 pm
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Not in front of the socks, Julian!



Lunch date turned into quite long ramble in the park and then trip to the pub and then drunken shopping in Sainers.

Sarah = bad influence.

Also, she has new BF and so we were having discussions which inevitably turned extremely filthy. And we're now planning to do internet shopping of the worst kind. Hurrah!

(and now she's teasing me about my dirty laugh. I can't help it! Yes, definitely a bad influence >:D )
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Comment here with "top ten" or "top five" and I'll ask you to supply one. If you don't specify, you'll get a five.

And it's actually REALLY difficult. Because OBVIOUSLY there are lots of curly-haired men that I fancy, but there are curly-haired men that I admire for other reasons also, and that skews the results slightly...

click here for teh curly-haired goodness )

God, that was hard work. I had to go and look at random quest caps to calm myself down there... O:-)

ETA: Also, [livejournal.com profile] pmoodie asked me for my top five Bond Movie post mortem quotes:

1, It's not really post mortem, but... The bit in Live and Let Die - "Whose funeral is it?" "Yours!" *stab* *partay music*
2, "I think he got the point" (after shooting someone with a speargun)
3, "Take a giant step for mankind." (pushing Drax into an airlock)
4, "Shocking! Positively Shocking!" (Oddjob gets electrocuted)
5, "He always did have an inflated opinion of himself." (yes, I know, another one from Live and Let Die. Sorry. But it's my favourite!)
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... I'm going to be good and not go and stalk Sam West tomorrow. I can't afford to, for one thing (£20 on tickets is a couple of rounds of drinks on thursday even at London prices, I'd wager) and for another thing it's going to be difficult to sort out the Shrub-sitting, and Ian will just be difficult.

And I'd only sit there and stare and go red anyway...

Stupid self

Had a lovely time watching TG with [livejournal.com profile] puddingcat last night; we practically laughed ourselves sick.

Hurrah for the cricket!

* happy dance *

Watched the last bit of Castrovalva this morning - hurrah! for Ainley!Master flashing bare flesh!

I did pants at climbing this afternoon, don't know why. Am going to go and soak in a hot bath and try not to think too much about the chipmunk that they've cast in Ant's part for season 29 of Who, or the fact that I've just chosen Sandi Toksvig over Sam West.

* smoochies for [livejournal.com profile] crashmatt anyway for the offer *

You'll have to come over for a drinkie one evening.
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Anybody that might possibly be able to give me a lift to/meet me in Sheffield?

http://www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/index.cfm?fuseaction=whatson.production&ProductionID=388

As You Like It at the Crucible, with introductory chat beforehand by the director of the play and man in my icon?

There's also Sam Troughton in it, if that's a draw for anyone?

Yeah, I know, long shot; and I'm going to London on Thursday to fangirl Sandi, and I shouldn't be greedy... But I would like to fill my week off from work with worthwhile things, and not just lazing to take my mind off the fact that [livejournal.com profile] bibliophile1887 will be meeting Colin.

If anyone wants to go for it I'll ring for tickets in the morning.

Hot Men picspam

Saturday, January 27th, 2007 08:47 pm
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[livejournal.com profile] ginasketch tagged me to post pictures of my top ten celebrity crushes. I am declining, but only because I couldn't POSSIBLY restrict myself to ten (it was hard enough trimming them down to 15) and I aren't posting them in any particular order. click for hot sexy manflesh )
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... so very very wrong cut because I rather suspect it is and for spoilers for Midsomer Murders )

Yes, yes, sick and wrong and evil, I know.
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You know the Bible 79%!
 

Wow! You are truly a student of the Bible! Some of the questions were difficult, but they didn't slow you down! You know the books, the characters, the events . . . Very impressive!

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I foolishly, FOOLISHLY elected to listen to Circular Time last night and forgot all about lovely Sam West being in Midsomer Murders. Circular Time was PANTS and now I'm cross.

I don't suppose any of you lot recorded it, did you?

Buffdays

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007 11:53 am
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Happy Buffday to [livejournal.com profile] gilesgurl and the lovely James May.

I think I bit my tongue in my sleep. It has all painful lacerations on it. Woe. Could be something to do with the dreams I had last night.

Honestly, what do people expect when they tell me this?
"...Samuel West follows his parents, Timothy West and Prunella Scales, in appearing in Midsommer Murders. He plays Jeremy Thacker, a virgin in his 30s."
Cue lots of deflowering dreams.

* eyebrow waggle *

In other news, Shrubby has been watching Peppa Pig this morning and is now insisting on calling me "mummy pig"...
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But I really love it when Shrub asks for something that Ian hates for tea.

Sitting here and hearing:
Shrub: I love broccoli, mummy!
Ian: *heavy sigh*
Shrub: Mmmm this tomato is yummy, mummy, thank you
Ian: *hmph!*
Shrub: You make the best pasta, mummy

etc.etc.
... it's all I can do to keep myself from breaking into Maniacal LaughterTM!

And I have had a good news/bad news situation: the good news is that Sam West is on t'telleh on Friday and I will have a lovely ogling opportunity; the bad news is that he's in Midsomer Murders, and I will therefore have to watch ITV. Woe.

stuff and nonsense

Saturday, December 30th, 2006 01:56 am
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In 2007, snapesbabe resolves to...
Backup my yorkshire regularly.
Be nicer to options3000.
Become a better qi.
Learn to play the wordplay.
Put fifty bottoms a month into my savings account.
Eat more innocent whistles.






Get your own New Year's Resolutions:


Ahahahahahahahahahahahahaaaaaaa I just watched Van Helshit. You know next time I'm complaining about what a crap wanky jumped-up fanfic writer RTD is? Remind me about Van Helsing, won't you? Oh, it's the most beautifully designed atrocious film in the world ever. It seems that the quality of the film is inversely proportional to the size of the budget with Sommers. I mean, I still have a MASSIVE soft spot for Deep Rising, and The Mummy was watchable, but...

Apart from the gorgeous set design, lighting, costumes, etc, what's the one redeeming feature?

Five minutes of Sam West at the beginning doing his bestest Colin Clive impression (with straight hair - Woe!). He makes such a lickable mad scientist. Little bits of fringe flopping in his eyes FTW!

* fevered mutterings about jars of honey and stepladders *

Srsly, who cast Richard Roxburgh as Dracula? They want SHOOTING.

Still, thank you again to lovely Abi for giving me such pleasure this evening... five minutes of lusting and a couple of hours of disbelieving laughter have cheered me up no end :D
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See, THIS is what I have to put up with. Is it any wonder I'm randier than Austin Powers faced with twins?

click here for a sample of naked!Sam West caps )

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