Localgod replied to your video: What does I do on my day off… Practise juggling... THE LOOK OF DETERMINATION ON YOUR FACE… and the adorably cute ‘oh no I cocked it up’ look at the end :D Good juggling skills Elizabeth! x
Cheers! I literally spent DAYS at university learning how to do that.
In the library River whispered the Doctor’s name to gain his trust. The Silence is said to fall when a question is asked. A question that is hidden in plain sight. What question is asked more than any other in the Whoniverse?
Good theory! And it all comes back to the Doctor, so that’s why The Silence want to kill him…?
I really do but I cringe every time I read a sentence such as “he went down to break his fast” or “you didn’t break fast with us” or “I’m absolutely starving I can’t believe I have yet to break my fast” (ok I made that one up no-one says absolutely in these books) but you get the idea….
I know it’s all meant to be fantasy and oldy-wordly BUT JUST SAY BREAKFAST PLEASE THERE’S NO NEED FOR THIS.
And don’t even get me started on everyone’s hair is some form of shiny metal, they must be constantly L’Oreal-ing their barnets in between scheming and fighting and generally gadding about.
The one thing that really bugs me about this film (which I think is very good) is the fact that the “British swear” is wrong. I’m assuming they couldn’t say “twat” which is why everyone is pronouncing it “twot” (which isn’t a swearword at all). But Olive still spells it as T-W-A-T in her peas… I just don’t understand, plus they say other swearwords in the film, including I think “bollocks” at one point. So why no “twat”?