Happy Birthday David Tennant!! (April 18th, 1971)
David Tennant Introduces The Day of the Doctor
Celebrating David Tennant’s Birthday (18/04/1971) with some of his best appearences
Melody Malone, The Angel’s Kiss.
((I love me some good old grammar humor))
Yeah, I laughed. (Taken with Instagram)
I’ll be a story in your head. But that’s ok. We’re all stories, in the end.
The doctor raised an eyebrow,
"I never said for you to calm down?"“No you didn’t. Time did. She whispers her little comments in my head. I just prefer to speak out loud. So I talk to myself all the time.” She shrugged. No big deal.
The doctor burrowed his eyebrows slightly then shrugged it off, moving past her and out to where they were.
"So where and when are we? Well in human terms of the passing of time. I was raised human so I’m used to it."
"We are on planet of the ood." He exclaimed,
"Funny creatures they are, treated like slaves by the humans. This is there breeding planet. Haven’t been here in hundreds of years."
"I always thought that was fun to say. Ood. Such a gentle race. Brilliant seers as well."
"So you’re familiar with them, I mean then again you’re time, of course time is familiar with the oods."
"I was human at one point. Don’t forget that. Before the Lost Place, I had thought I was fully human. Now I am not. But yes I do know the Ood."
The doctor nodded,
"Right, yes. Of course, alright come on enough chit chat, let’s go."
"Chit chat. What a funny saying." She smiled and then took off.
"Running is in the blood. Did you know that people do it for fun?"
The doctor nodded, walking in a not so straight line.
"Yes! I’m aware, long runs, slow runs, up the wall runs." He trailed off,
"Not popular on Earth apparently."
"Are you alright? It seems you’re ability to walk has been hindered."
'Lily you are sometimes as strange as you think you are.'
"Very clear Time." She rolled her eyes.
"Oh, I’m fine! I’m just not the most balenced, although I’m not as bad as the aliens on crystiline, they’re quite clumsy,"
"I did not inherit that then. Mother has perfect balance." She mumbled under her breath.
"Ok then. Lets see whats up with the Ood. Love an Ood."
"What was that?" He asked, not quite catching what she said.
"Nothing Doctor. Nothing at all."
The doctor gave her a look but then soon shrugged it aside.