Log in

No account? Create an account


LJ's Catch of the Day- Served Fresh Daily!!

Previous Entry Share Next Entry
I also recently read that they're genetically 98% vampire.
Bite me. -Toph
rashaka wrote in metaquotes
goldy_dollar on Doctor Who fandom:

-I have decided that whenever I come across accusations that Rose fans are wanky, I am going to close my eyes and THINK OF THE LOOMS. I mean, really, fandom? You come up with this elaborate backstory where fully grown Time Lords randomly POP OUT OF LOOMS just to have an explanation for why your main character MUST NOT HAVE SEX UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES and it is all based on some spin-off book that clearly has NO BASIS IN CANON WHATSOEVER. But Rose fans are wanky? Okay, then.

I find this endlessly amusing. Hahaha. Looooooooooms.

Context is for the weak, like sleep. I still think weaving is an inaccurate metaphor for genetics.

  • 1
Looms? As in carpet-weavy-things? ...o_O

Admittedly, I'm a latecomer as my friend insisted I watch an episode of the last series - and no, it's not because of Tennant, although the added pretty is a bonus, it's actually because it was the Pompeii episode and I nearly fell off my chair when Caecilius appeared (Caecilius est in TARDIS ftw) XD

Nonetheless, looms? *bemused blinking*

*edit* fixed typo. */mildly perfectionist*

Edited at 2009-04-26 10:01 am (UTC)

Well, not as in carpet-weavy-things. "Genetic looms", that create the DNA template used to create little Time Lords, to make sure they all think correct uptight non-interfering Time Lord thoughts. The Doctor was a glitch.

Awwww. Now I'm disappointed. I was hoping it was weaving-looms. I mean, for starters, it would explain the scarf...

  • 1