I have several posts on the boil, but the ideas in them seem to be taking a while to uncomplicate themselves and come out clearly. (It’s not helped by the fact that the scene I’m working on in the WIP is proceeding at glacial speed; I’m distracted.) So in lieu of a real post, I thought I would share this.
Feel free to ignore the bit at the end about the pandas (or not, Graham is always good for a laugh), but the bit at the start with the dude in the box made me laugh out loud. If you are at all Whovian, watch and giggle:
Or, if your fandoms are otherwise, check out this Cheezburger post. It includes 10 quotes from favourite movies and TV shows that are all about picking yourself up, dusting yourself off and pushing on, even if times are tough. It’s cute and includes a couple of my favourites, namely the Dumbledore one and the one from my favourite fish, Dory. I quite regularly remind myself to ‘just keep swimming’!
(It’s possible that Dory isn’t my only favourite fish. I am also very, very, taken with Bruce the shark, but he is less cheerily encouraging and more terrifying. Although his stalwart efforts to treat fish as friends not food, in the face of his addiction, is admirable.)
Exhibit A, demonstrating both the fabulousness and terror of Bruce:
Hope your week is going well. Wish me luck with this scene and posts o’doom!
I like Bruce the Shark. We use that quote quite often in our household. 🙂
We have a quite ludicrous number of ‘sayings’ that are actually quotes from movies, frequently animated ones. Is it that they put more effort into the snarky dialogue, for the benefit of the adult watchers? I might have to put a post together on that!
Did the man in the box ever reappear?
I don’t know! To my shame, I must admit, I was too busy laughing to find out. 😉 I’ll have to look up the end of the episode and find out. Thanks for dropping by!
I went and looked it up! Yes, they did bring him in, in the end and he seemed just as dazed and confused as he did at the beginning!
LOL, love the Tardis bit. 🙂 My first laugh of the day, thanks Imelda.
You’re most welcome, Malvina! It cracked me up, so I just had to share. Sometimes you just need a laugh!