The most dangerous drinking game of all

If I took a drink for every time someone in an episode of the new Doctor Who (I mean the entire new series starting with “Rose” with Christopher Eccleston as the Doctor) said “the Whole Of” (something, usually “Creation” — yes, with capitals), I would long since have to have been put on the list for a liver transplant. I can only imagine what it is like to, say, go on a dinner date with the show’s current executive producer and head writer, Russell T. Davies:

“What would you like, Rusty?”

“I will have the Whole of the Pizza!”

“Um… that’ll be pepperoni, then.”

“The WHOLE of the Pepperoni!”

“Right…”

He’s like a gay Brian Blessed.

Anyway, I’ve been babbling on matters Who here and over here for Deep Spoilers (The WHOLE Of The Spoilers! Oh stop it!). And trying to watch videos on my computer, which has decided not to play videos anymore without big lags. Sigh. I really need a RAM upgrade for the desktop. And then I want to totally wipe the hard drive and reinstall a fresh copy of Windows XP Home. And… so anyway, how was your Boxing Day?

6 thoughts on “The most dangerous drinking game of all

  1. Pete

    So strange that you’re not pining for Florida.
    I’m in England pining for Florida.
    And I’ve never been there.
    …..pine.

    1. Andrea Harris Post author

      Well, there’s lots of English people in Florida who have either moved there permanently or vacation there, so you would probably find a comfy place there! As for me, I was born and raised in Florida but I just never liked it there. In fact, when I was younger I actively hated it. I don’t like hot weather, I burn easily in the sun, I am not interested in water sports, and just never fit in. I was always happier when I went up north to some place where they have four seasons, but it wasn’t until this year that I had the gumption to finally move out of Florida.

      I must say I loved England when I went there many years ago — 1981, in fact. I could see myself living there. In fact, Virginia resembles England to a degree, though the climate is a bit more extreme (but not much — this heavy snow we’ve had is the first in about thirteen years or so they tell me). Of course it probably helps that the state had the first English settlement on this continent, and is named after Elizabeth I. Though in this part of the state the culture is more German than English or Scotch-Irish.

  2. Talnik

    Pardon me, but isn’t “The most dangerous drinking game of all” doing a shot of vodka each time the President says “I” during a televised speech?

    1. Andrea Harris Post author

      That site is the life-suck. It’s like — “who needs sleep? and food? and to get to work on time or at all? there’s a million links in TV Tropes to click on!”

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