I Love the Internet

Dear Reader,

A short and random post today as I’m getting over an awful cold. Just wanted to let you know I love the internet because I get to share my fangirl obsessive love of nerdy things like Doctor Who with complete strangers. For example, a short conversation I had with @The_BookishType via Twitter last night…

@The_BookishType: I’m completely addicted to #DoctorWho. And it’s all because of you, Twitter.

To which I replied…

@worderella: The Twitterverse replies in a tone so solemn, “You are very welcome.”

Her response was a simple “LOL.” Wanna know why? Because it’s a fact that Doctor Who is a brilliant show that delights anyone who loves quick dialogue and snarky humor. Whedon fans should be all over this stuff.

Seriously though, if you aren’t watching Doctor Who, we have a problem. The writing improves every episode, the characterization is absolutely nuts (the writers have even gotten me to like Matt Smith, the new incarnation of the Doctor!), and can I just say Nerdy David Tennant with black nerd glasses and Converse shoes?

Yes. All of that. Wrap it up in a bow and leave it on my front doorstep please.

And now, back to your regular schedules. I’m off to sneeze and whine about sinus pressure to my co-workers. Best,

Belinda

P.S. Image found via Tumblr.

2 thoughts on “I Love the Internet

  1. There is nothing wrong with gratuitous posts featuring the Doctor. Either David Tennant or Matt Smith who I am also shocked (shocked!) that I like as well (if not better sometimes…) Gasp. I feel so disloyal. Except, it's all the Doctor, so, loyalty abounds, right?

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    1. Agreed. One of the MANY reasons why I love Tumblr is that I can follow tumblogs like F*ckYesDavidTennent and F*ckYeahDrWho. Gratuitous photos galore to make my fangirl go squee.

      The later episodes with Matt Smith have definitely made me see him as more compelling than weird and annoying the way I first felt about him. I still miss Ten though. He will always be my Doctor.

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