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Неожиданно, хотсон :) Далеко не лучший мой текст, но он помог мне закрыть мой хотсон-гештальт.

Шерлок/Джон.
Ау, где Шерлоку 15 лет, а Джону за 25. Джон испытывает влечение к Шерлоку, но не может игнорировать возраст Шерлока.


Предупреждение: АУ насчет даты рождения Шерлока (не шестое января).


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2011-07-13 в 23:57 

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:wow: :-D Now that was beyond my imagination :laugh: A chronolobe... is it something you're born with or do you acquire it somehow? :mosk:
Well, as far as I understood, humans are born with it, but they don't use it - and for some enigmatic reason this Mary-Sue got it working at full capacity.

and cutting the long story short I can post the caps of him if you have any wish to see them
That would be really lovely :heart:

"Skinny", the worst thing in the Doctor according to Donna :-D :-D
:-D :yes: And his jacket is no good for her 'cause he's as skinny as a rat ))))

And sometimes putting something into words makes it less... yours I guess :yes:
Sometimes it just makes it less. That's what I'm afraid of.

Alright, we'll see))) Ianto again, heh? :-D
Yeah :) I rather like him. He's.. crazy in the right DW-Torchwood way. And when an author picks him up properly, I like it.

And now I'm definitely off to watch The Weakest Link, I might need it :alles::alles:
Oh! I'm glad for you :) Hope, it will an experience as charming for you as it was for me :cheek:
I'm starting a new (pretty old, actually, he's truly young there) TV-show with Tennant now (Takin' Over the Asylum), if I for a chance don't answer - I'm fully absorbed in the story :)

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2011-07-14 в 03:29 

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Well, as far as I understood, humans are born with it, but they don't use it - and for some enigmatic reason this Mary-Sue got it working at full capacity.
She must be a mutant :umnik: :laugh:

That would be really lovely
Hope I'd manage by the end of July :alles: But anyway, you know that I won't forget :-D

And his jacket is no good for her 'cause he's as skinny as a rat ))))
The jacket too?! Poor jacket :-D I somehow don't remember that :rotate:

Sometimes it just makes it less. That's what I'm afraid of.
And then it's hard to go back to what it has been?))

Yeah I rather like him. He's.. crazy in the right DW-Torchwood way. And when an author picks him up properly, I like it.
A quiet, crazy guy — what's not to like? :-D And if I can judge by Long night..., and according to you I can, i like him, too :sunny: And he's a good choice for Jack if you think about it)))

I'm starting a new (pretty old, actually, he's truly young there) TV-show with Tennant now (Takin' Over the Asylum), if I for a chance don't answer - I'm fully absorbed in the story
OK)) I saw a clip from it, and if I understood it right — English humour rocks :-D

Now, I've watched The Weakest Link, and I'll hide it all under the cut...

2011-07-14 в 19:01 

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She must be a mutant :umnik: :laugh:
Maybe. I don't really want to know anything about it )))

Hope I'd manage by the end of July :alles: But anyway, you know that I won't forget :-D
Well, I'll be back somewhere after the fifth of August (and maybe there will be some Wi-Fi in where I'm going, but I'm not really sure), so you take your time :)

And then it's hard to go back to what it has been?))
No. It's just hard to make pictures words; to turn what you saw and felt and heard into a story. Like translating from Chinese into Hungarian.

A quiet, crazy guy — what's not to like? :-D And if I can judge by Long night..., and according to you I can, i like him, too :sunny: And he's a good choice for Jack if you think about it)))
RTD wouldn't choose for Jack a wrong guy, wouldn't he? )))And it's a good description of him - quiet and crazy. Some SPOILERS about Ianto (in case you ever watch Torchwood): he's a survivor of Canary Wharf (remember - when Torchwood One messed up with the Cybermen and Daleks, and Rose got stuck in the parallel universe); his girlfriend Lisa worked there too, and got turned into a Cyberwoman almost fully. Ianto loved her - he took her and hid in the basements of Torchwood Three - tried to cure her, turn the process back, invited doctors and professors, and even Jack didn't have a single idea of what was going on. Later some tragic events happened, and the truth was revealed, but it was then, I guess, when he charmed me properly - I was astonished by the contrast between his soft quiet face and the passion, and neverending loyalty, and strong will inside him.

I saw a clip from it, and if I understood it right — English humour rocks :-D
Believe me, it does :rotate: I'm done with this show, actually, it's only six one-hour episodes and a ten-minutes bonus with Tennant's audition for the role (and the level of his cuteness when he's young is equal to the ditto level of ten thousand kittens - and there are several kittens in the show, so everyone can compare )))).
This is a wonderful job, this show :sunny:

OH MY GOD THAT WAS HILARIOUS FR- sorry, ahem, from the very beginning till the very end, oh God
Glad that I recommended you to watch it )))) Your impressions match mine very precisely )))

and did you notice they never picked David till the very end? :-D
Yes, I did :cheek: And did you notice how warm and loving the hostess' voice was when she told him: "you were gorgeous"? :heart:

that was clearly too much to have in one go :crzfan: :crzfan: :vse:
You can always rewatch :cheek: That was amazing and fantastic, wasn't it :heart:

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Maybe. I don't really want to know anything about it )))
:-D

No. It's just hard to make pictures words; to turn what you saw and felt and heard into a story. Like translating from Chinese into Hungarian.
Well, some people may find translating from Chinese to Hungarian easier :-D But words are too rough, yeah. And despite them containing oh so many meanings, they rarely contain the right one. And I suppose, the language of feelings is much more different from the language of words than two spoken languages can ever be.

RTD wouldn't choose for Jack a wrong guy, wouldn't he? )))
Nah, who'd want to hurt Jack? :sunny: You did finish watching Torchwood, didn't you?))

he's a survivor of Canary Wharf...
Oh. That's a real strong character development and a damn good reason to watch the show :lip: :lip:

and even Jack didn't have a single idea of what was going on.
Now that's a profit from being quiet: noone ever knows what you're doing until dead bodies are about to appear :alles:

and the level of his cuteness when he's young is equal to the ditto level of ten thousand kittens - and there are several kittens in the show, so everyone can compare )))).
*sings* Love is in the a-a-a-a-a-a-air... :nud: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
I absolutely believe you though :nechto:

Glad that I recommended you to watch it )))) Your impressions match mine very precisely )))
:buddy: :drink:

And did you notice how warm and loving the hostess' voice was when she told him: "you were gorgeous"?
:yes: And so he was)))

You can always rewatch
But I'll have to brace myself to to that I gather :buh: :-D

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And I suppose, the language of feelings is much more different from the language of words than two spoken languages can ever be.
It actually is. And mabe I should wait till the feeling stop being so sore and raw and will be more suitable for translation.

Nah, who'd want to hurt Jack? :sunny:
Why not? He can't die. So they can torture him forever for the sake of dramatic moments, such a convenient character who has nowhere to escape to ))

You did finish watching Torchwood, didn't you?))Though he did kill Ianto, if I heard it right :hmm: But they say, it was for the show's own good :rotate:
Yes, I watched all three seasons of Torchwood and have already seen the first episode of the fourth season which is currently aired.
Ianto was killed in the third season - not directly by Jack. It had a great emotional impact though, and I think that fitted the atmosphere of the story.

That's a real strong character development and a damn good reason to watch the show :lip: :lip:
It's good you're interested :) Would be nice to talk to you about this show too having the same background.

Now that's a profit from being quiet: noone ever knows what you're doing until dead bodies are about to appear :alles:
Oh yes ))) That's exactly what happened. Ianto's first and most important duty at Torchwood - to clean up after the others. When there is evidence of fight with aliens, some damage which arises questions of citizens, a need to decide some little conflict with other governemental organizations, etc, etc - he deals with that. Supplies, sorting the archives, cleaning the Hub, brewing coffee, many more other things - it's him who does that. Almost invisible, always efficient and correct, making others' life easier and more comfortable - he can do anything he wants and noone will ever know, because that's what he does best - cleaning up and covering up. But he's to pay for such freedom of actions.
I like this song. I think it rather suits him.


*sings* Love is in the a-a-a-a-a-a-air... :nud: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Am I wrong, or is there also some mockery in the air?))) Perhaps I deserve that, being a desperately crazy fangirl.

:yes: And so he was)))
Yes :) After watching him as himself I grew to love even better the RPS texts I read. What I saw and what I read match very nicely.

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And mabe I should wait till the feeling stop being so sore and raw and will be more suitable for translation.
Maybe :) You have every right to savour it as long as you want :sunny:

Why not? He can't die. So they can torture him forever for the sake of dramatic moments, such a convenient character who has nowhere to escape to ))
But he's such a nice guy! :rotate: I'd feel extremely bad having to hurt him... too often :gigi: Besides, if I'm not mistaken, he's already trapped in the XXI century — and that's bad enough :laugh:

not directly by Jack.
:wow: I feel, I should watch it :alles:
And how's Episode 4x01?))) I'm curious now :plush: :shuffle2:

It's good you're interested Would be nice to talk to you about this show too having the same background.
*looks at the number of episodes* :hmm: Well, it doesn't sound impossible :rotate:

When there is evidence of fight with aliens, some damage which arises questions of citizens, a need to decide some little conflict with other governemental organizations, etc, etc - he deals with that.
A challenging job :yes:

Almost invisible, always efficient and correct, making others' life easier and more comfortable - he can do anything he wants and noone will ever know, because that's what he does best - cleaning up and covering up. But he's to pay for such freedom of actions.
Invisibility is a treasure... :yes: And a curse maybe.

Am I wrong, or is there also some mockery in the air?)))
Good Lord, of course not! :smirk: :smirk: :-D :-D But I'm a crazy fangirl, too — that's something one cannot fight, I guess :drink:

Yes After watching him as himself I grew to love even better the RPS texts I read. What I saw and what I read match very nicely.
The authors must've watched a lot of his interviews then :-D
Can't help it: and what's the average rating of these fics? :rotate:

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You have every right to savour it as long as you want :sunny:
There's a chance of my feelings to burn before I can transform them into words - so all this will have come to nothing.

But he's such a nice guy! :rotate:
The nicer - the better! )))

I'd feel extremely bad having to hurt him... too often :gigi: Besides, if I'm not mistaken, he's already trapped in the XXI century — and that's bad enough :laugh:
See, you are already catching up with the idea of torturing Jack :-D He's not really trapped. He has his Vortex Manipulator and a way to contact the Doctor, so he can leave any moment, but he doesn't. Love, responsibility and duty keep him on the Earth.

:wow: I feel, I should watch it :alles:
:smirk:

And how's Episode 4x01?))) I'm curious now :plush: :shuffle2:
I liked it, I guess. RTD sсript, Murrey Gold music, Jack's blinding grin - what else could one wish?))) Well, to be serious, It was good, captivating and all in all interesting. A bit different from the first two seasons, but it was like in that conversation in The Christmas Invasion between the Doctor and Rose:
- How do I look?
- I dunno... different.
- Good different or bad different?
- Just different.

Well, it doesn't sound impossible :rotate:
Good :sunny:

Invisibility is a treasure... :yes: And a curse maybe.
For Ianto it turned out to be more of a curse, I presume.

Good Lord, of course not! :smirk: :smirk: :-D :-D But I'm a crazy fangirl, too — that's something one cannot fight, I guess :drink:
It's really hard to fight, yeah ))

The authors must've watched a lot of his interviews then :-D
Maybe ))) Although from my own experience I can say that interviews don't really help RPS-writers much - the interviewed one is ready for conversation and looks in the camera, and all in all it's not natural enough. It's better to watch them in shows like The Weakest Link or others, and watch films with them - to catch amongst dozens of roles unique real features and quirks of the actor in question, like Tennant's touching his earlobe when he talks to someone and feels puzzled.
God, when I talk about it, it looks truly pathetic - such enormous love and affection and attention all for a person that I'm never even going to see in the flesh.

Can't help it: and what's the average rating of these fics? :rotate:
Well, they are different - every rating you like. I haven't read that much, though, but I can say that the smaller the rating is, the more pitiful is the story; if there's no rating, then there are girlish moans and suffering of some strange men who are for some unknown reason have the same names as David Tennant, John Simm and John Barrowman - this is the rule which worked well for all the stories I saw. So far I explored all that there is for Simm/Tennant and just planned to look for more than several Tennant/Barrowman.

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There's a chance of my feelings to burn before I can transform them into words - so all this will have come to nothing.
And then it may be reignited into something wordly and translatable))) There's such a possibility too :yes:

The nicer - the better! )))
The nicer — the angst'er, you mean? :smirk: :lol:

See, you are already catching up with the idea of torturing Jack
Heh, I like torturing my characters, too :gigi: Though I still remember how I practically killed off eighteen innocent people :-/ :crztuk:

He's not really trapped. He has his Vortex Manipulator and a way to contact the Doctor, so he can leave any moment, but he doesn't. Love, responsibility and duty keep him on the Earth.
That's better :yes: More freedom then))) And, by the way, it must be interesting to go three centuries back and live there for a while :rotate:

I liked it, I guess.
OK))) :smirk:

Murrey Gold music
My God, is this man a whoniverse slave or something? :lol: :lol:

Maybe ))) Although from my own experience I can say that interviews don't really help RPS-writers much - the interviewed one is ready for conversation and looks in the camera, and all in all it's not natural enough.
Well, yeah, it's a very good question how much of the interview has been acted out or prepared but there always are things you can spot, quite meaningful things perhaps (or perhaps not :crznope: )
A-a-and whom did your experience concern, if you don't mind my asking? :shy: :rotate:

God, when I talk about it, it looks truly pathetic - such enormous love and affection and attention all for a person that I'm never even going to see in the flesh.
Huh, who cares about meetings in the flesh? :rotate: He's an interesting man :lip:
I remember I had a crush on Gerard Butler once (Scottish men, heh? :eyebrow: :-D ). That was ba-a-ad, he suddenly started to appear in every upcoming movie, couldn't find any peace on the Internet then :facepalm3: And there's Jose Mourinho, whom I really admire amd respect, who left Italy last summer looking alright and several months later emerged looking all ill, tired, and miserable and my heart aches when I see him(((
:beer:

I haven't read that much, though, but I can say that the smaller the rating is, the more pitiful is the story;
Less talking, more sex :gigi: :gigi: Though you need some character study even for an NC-17 fic, I guess :rotate:

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And then it may be reignited into something wordly and translatable))) There's such a possibility too :yes:
The future is in the flux, anything might happen :)

Though I still remember how I practically killed off eighteen innocent people :-/ :crztuk:
Must have been an exciting experience )))

And, by the way, it must be interesting to go three centuries back and live there for a while :rotate:
Three? Why three?

My God, is this man a whoniverse slave or something? :lol: :lol:
I hope it's a consent slavery, and he loves to be a whoniverse slave :-D

Well, yeah, it's a very good question how much of the interview has been acted out or prepared but there always are things you can spot, quite meaningful things perhaps
Yes, there are. These things might be useful, but they are hard to distinguish from the artificial ones.

A-a-and whom did your experience concern, if you don't mind my asking? :shy: :rotate:
Sorry, I'd like to leave this part of my past behind me ) There are no links to that period of my life, no traces of my old nickname, and the resource wasn't diary.ru - it doesn't actually matter now. New Earth, new me (c). I don't like thinking of that time.

Huh, who cares about meetings in the flesh? :rotate:
Well, not many people care. But it still feels so vain.

I had a crush on Gerard Butler once (Scottish men, heh? :eyebrow: :-D )
Scottish men have some unexplainable air of charm about them, haven't they? )))

That was ba-a-ad, he suddenly started to appear in every upcoming movie
Speaking of someone who suddenly appears in every upxcoming movie - all of a sudden it's MacAvoy whom I see all the time recently in shows and films where I don't expect him. State of Play or Bright Young Things, for example. Illogical as it is, I like him greatly there, but when someone in my fav. page mentions X-men, I feel really sick.

Less talking, more sex :gigi: :gigi:
No, I didn't mean that. It's just that NC-17 stories on the resource I explored appeared to have more character study, more of atmosphere, more of true to life liability even if those were only PWPs. Strange tendency, but so it was.

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The future is in the flux, anything might happen
"Time is not a straight line. It's a big bowl of wibbly-wobbly..." :-D

Must have been an exciting experience )))
Ye-e-e-ah :facepalm3: I remember watching one Steven Moffat interview in which he talked about the identity of River Song (Good Lord, I've just blurted it out like a collocation — moffucked, definitely :-D ), and the way he said that we were going to learn it at a very crucial moment, the tone in which he said it matched my feelings towards those poor fic-characters so well, that I instantly believed him. Didn't feel it watching the Episode though :hmm: , but we ain't learnt nothing yet I gather :gigi:

Three? Why three?
Sh*t. Thirty centuries back, of course :crztuk: :hul:

I hope it's a consent slavery, and he loves to be a whoniverse slave
Me too :friend2: :-D

Sorry, I'd like to leave this part of my past behind me )
Whatever you say :yes:

But it still feels so vain.
:yes:

Scottish men have some unexplainable air of charm about them, haven't they? )))
Oh, they have :heart: And don't forget certain Messrs Doyle and Moffat, who brought us here in the first place :rotate: This unexplainable air of charm seems to spread over all the personality levels :sunny: (if one can pu it this way, that is :gigi: )

peaking of someone who suddenly appears in every upxcoming movie - all of a sudden it's MacAvoy whom I see all the time recently in shows and films where I don't expect him. State of Play or Bright Young Things, for example. Illogical as it is, I like him greatly there, but when someone in my fav. page mentions X-men, I feel really sick.
I warned you that he does that)))) Welcome to the club :friend2: :-D And he's usually amazing, yes :sunny:
BTW, did you like State of Play in general? 'Cause I think read one not very positive review and now I'm curious :rotate:

upxcoming movie
Oka-a-ay, it's definitely better that I shut up)) :shv:

It's just that NC-17 stories on the resource I explored appeared to have more character study, more of atmosphere, more of true to life liability even if those were only PWPs. Strange tendency, but so it was.
There is such a tendency and it is strange. Perhaps those fics are that good due to the atmosphere, the tension. The author captures something in a person/character, the spirit maybe and centers the story around it or saws it in the fabric of the story, and it tastes better. Or maybe it's luck and the authors we come across are just that good or maybe it's 2 a.m. here :alles:
Anyway when it's more tension and less... let's say inner monologues it's better, for me at least. It might sometimes even be real OOC, but I won't care))

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"Time is not a straight line. It's a big bowl of wibbly-wobbly..." :-D
...timey-wimey stuff :yes: ))))

Didn't feel it watching the Episode though :hmm:
Me neither. Despite Moffat's best efforts, I didn't feel like I was witnessing something crucial and of a great scale.

Thirty centuries back, of course :crztuk: :hul:
Well, if you go thirty centuries back, there's little chance that you'll encounter something of great interest )))

And don't forget certain Messrs Doyle and Moffat, who brought us here in the first place :rotate: This unexplainable air of charm seems to spread over all the personality levels :sunny:
And there's no place to escape for us :-D

And he's usually amazing, yes :sunny:
He is, he has a great talent :) He's charming too. I like his smug smile and bright eyes.

BTW, did you like State of Play in general? 'Cause I think read one not very positive review and now I'm curious :rotate:
I did. I like politics, I like mysteries. I like stories when people get caught in webs of their own lies and their lives get shattered and ruined because of that. I like watching people with principles, strong-willed active clever people, and that's what I saw in State of Play. And John Simm, Bill Nighy, James MacAvoy, David Morrissey and others were absolutely amazing in their performance.

Oka-a-ay, it's definitely better that I shut up)) :shv:
Oh, gosh! :-D Never noticed that misprint, sorry )))

The author captures something in a person/character, the spirit maybe and centers the story around it or saws it in the fabric of the story, and it tastes better. Or maybe it's luck and the authors we come across are just that good or maybe it's 2 a.m. here :alles:
Well, it's certainly not 2 a.m. here at my place (but I'm not telling you what time it is as you were going to find out yourself :D ). But I think luck also has nothing to do with that - to find something good I had to look through piles and piles of rubbish. If you want I can recommend you the story I loved best from RPS Tennant/Simm - it's of high rating, and sex means much there in a lot of ways, but it's really much more than just physical; the site requires registration, but it's worth it. The story goes back to the beginning of 90s, when both Tennant and Simm were in drama schools. Simm has to work as a dancer in a bar to get money for his tuition fee (and this is a true fact of which he confessed in an interview) and Tennant needs also to get some money for that fee of his own - and he does a really desperate thing (which is pure fiction as far as we know)... interested?)))

Anyway when it's more tension and less... let's say inner monologues it's better, for me at least. It might sometimes even be real OOC, but I won't care))
Well, it's the inner monologues which most often appear to be total OOC, so for me it's way better without them. Also I don't like the idea of monologues in itself - I like to see for myself what's going on in the character's mind.

I do sound a bit overly jolly as of late, don't I? Hell. Mood jumps, sorry about that)
Don't worry, if your moods bothered me, I'd tell you :)

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2011-07-16 в 14:00 

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Me neither. Despite Moffat's best efforts, I didn't feel like I was witnessing something crucial and of a great scale.
It was amazing and... positive, positive through and through :D It might get clearer when we see what happened to the girl (and we actually don't know that yet).

Well, if you go thirty centuries back, there's little chance that you'll encounter something of great interest )))
Who knows :rotate: But it'll certainly be more dangerous :-D

He is, he has a great talent He's charming too. I like his smug smile and bright eyes.
:yes: And I like the way he talks about his characters as though he truly wants to make them real :heart:

I like stories when people get caught in webs of their own lies and their lives get shattered and ruined because of that.
Some kind of psychological thriller then, right? :lip:

And John Simm, Bill Nighy, James MacAvoy, David Morrissey and others were absolutely amazing in their performance.
Someone's being wicked now :smirk:

Oh, gosh! Never noticed that misprint, sorry )))
The message from Uncle Freud arrived safely :-D

(but I'm not telling you what time it is as you were going to find out yourself )
I guess it was late enough for me to really wonder what you were doing here :gigi:

... interested?)))
Someone's definitely being wicked now :smirk: Well, since RPS is practically a part of my life now, then OK :D

Well, it's the inner monologues which most often appear to be total OOC, so for me it's way better without them. Also I don't like the idea of monologues in itself - I like to see for myself what's going on in the character's mind.
:yes: To join the pieces of the puzzle carefully scattered around be the author :heart: But monologues can be good too, when what the character says/thinks is absolutely different and quite the opposite to what really happens :lip:

Don't worry, if your moods bothered me, I'd tell you
Good)) But it started to bother me :alles:

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It might get clearer when we see what happened to the girl (and we actually don't know that yet).
I honestly hope the feeling would be clearer and more powerful when we see the whole picture. In case we are ever going to see the whole picture, that is :rotate:

But it'll certainly be more dangerous :-D
That's for sure. Not a single time-travel we saw so far happened to have been a pleasant careless walk )))

And I like the way he talks about his characters as though he truly wants to make them real :heart:
Haven't heard that - never saw his interviews. But I believe he does that.

Some kind of psychological thriller then, right? :lip:
Not really a thriller, it's more of a detective story with inclination to politics. But it is thrilling, I give the show that :)

Someone's being wicked now :smirk:
It seems to me, I know exactly who that would be :cheek:

The message from Uncle Freud arrived safely :-D
Didn't it just ))))

I guess it was late enough for me to really wonder what you were doing here :gigi:
I can't help but ask what you nmean saying "what you were doing here". What I was doing where?

Someone's definitely being wicked now :smirk:
That's a fact, I suppose :smirk:

then OK :D
Well, the site is here: Human Nature: The Doctor Who RPF Archive. As soon as you registrate and login you will be automatically redirected to the page of your profile. There you shall click "Edit preferences" line and tick the "yes" box under the statement claiming that you are an adult and you know what you are doing, and save this change. After that you can just click this link to the fic itself: Broke Straight Scottish Boy.

But monologues can be good too, when what the character says/thinks is absolutely different and quite the opposite to what really happens :lip:
Everything is good when it's not superfluous and artificial, monologues being no exception :)

Good)) But it started to bother me :alles:
You can always deal with them :)

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In case we are ever going to see the whole picture, that is
:-D :-D Oh yes, there's danger of never finding it out — you know how rapidly these universes are expanding in your head :alles: And everything is certainly very tricky inside Mr. Moffat's head :-D

That's for sure. Not a single time-travel we saw so far happened to have been a pleasant careless walk )))
Maybe these adventure addicts just don't like to talk about such cases :-D

Haven't heard that - never saw his interviews. But I believe he does that.
He actually makes an impression of quite a serious guy, thiugh it's not easy to explain what my impressions are based on :rotate:

Not really a thriller, it's more of a detective story with inclination to politics. But it is thrilling, I give the show that
:hmm: Intense then? Sounds good)))

I can't help but ask what you nmean saying "what you were doing here". What I was doing where?
Hanging around on the Internet I mean)) For, if I'm not mistaken, in your area it was so late one could say it was early :vv:

That's a fact, I suppose
And an undeniable one, mind you :smirk: :laugh:

Well, the site is here: Human Nature: The Doctor Who RPF Archive...
"Human Nature", how very appropriate)) Well, obviously the Doctor brakes not only your moral code :buddy:

Everything is good when it's not superfluous and artificial, monologues being no exception
I guess so :yes: Quality cam make almost anything look good :rotate:

You can always deal with them
If only :facepalm3: It's quite difficult, if not next to impossible.

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And everything is certainly very tricky inside Mr. Moffat's head :-D
This is the only certain thing we can figure out with Mr. Moffat :rotate:

Maybe these adventure addicts just don't like to talk about such cases :-D
Well, maybe, but they are called addicts not for nothing - I assume, if the trouble doen't look for them, they run after it :)

He actually makes an impression of quite a serious guy, thiugh it's not easy to explain what my impressions are based on :rotate:
Just a feeling then, intuition. A ground to judge a person as reasonable as any other actually.

:hmm: Intense then? Sounds good)))
Yeah, intense is a good word. And the show was really fascinating for me - that was just my cup of tea.

Hanging around on the Internet I mean)) For, if I'm not mistaken, in your area it was so late one could say it was early :vv:
Wow, you are attentive, young lady :) If I'm not mistaken, I said those words quite a long time ago, but nevertheless you remember.
What was I doing hanging around the Internet so late that one could say it was early? Reading, watching, collecting and chewing information, making assumptions and cross-references in my mind, sorting thoughts from feelings and stuff from rubbish. Also - most evident answer - talking to you :)

And an undeniable one, mind you :smirk: :laugh:
Can't help it ))) Who's going to deny a fact that obvious, anyway :smirk:

"Human Nature", how very appropriate)) Well, obviously the Doctor brakes not only your moral code :buddy:
I loved the name too :)
Moral code? I don't think of this strange collocation anymore ))))

It's quite difficult, if not next to impossible.
Well, look at the question from a different angle then. Do you really need to deal with them? Why do they bother you?

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This is the only certain thing we can figure out with Mr. Moffat
Oh, yes :-D And also he's a big fan of DW, so it all can get really crazy :crzdance:

I assume, if the trouble doen't look for them, they run after it
Probably :yes: Like, it's such a quiet neighbourhood, we'll just walk here and then visit the Olympic games opening ceremony, nice and quiet... oh, wait, why is there no children? not one?.. Let's look at the grass... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Just a feeling then, intuition. A ground to judge a person as reasonable as any other actually.
Well, sometimes you do notice some little things, expressions, reactions and recognize them, and it seems like you know what a person thinks at that monent :crznope: You might as well be right :rotate:

Wow, you are attentive, young lady If I'm not mistaken, I said those words quite a long time ago, but nevertheless you remember.
Well, that's not that impressive actually; I just know that you have a different time zone and for some reason keep it in my mind almost all the time I'm talking to you (simple maths, I guess I'm addicted to it :gigi: You don't wanna know what I've been doing to numbers on bus tickets for a very long time, you really don't :mosk: ). Plus, I just scrolled the page up to check for the exact time, though I did remember that it was really late. Er, does it sound very strange? o_O :shy: :str:
So-o, when I see you on the Internet this late I worry a bit that you won't get enough sleep and... ye-e-eah, I'm shutting up :shuffle2:

Can't help it ))) Who's going to deny a fact that obvious, anyway
We-e-ell,if I finish what we've started I might be a match for you, I guess :smirk: :laugh:

Moral code? I don't think of this strange collocation anymore ))))
Yeah, the longer I live the more useless it seems :alles: :facepalm3:

Well, look at the question from a different angle then. Do you really need to deal with them? Why do they bother you?
I guess, it's not the mood jumps that bother me in the long run, but what causes them. Although... I'm not very happy when I'm too merry, because it's a some kind of sign that I'm going to feel really bad later. Actually I'm a melancholic, I'm unable to express strong emotions, they are all deep down, so when they spring up too... actively it's just not normal :hmm:

Now that was unexpected...

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And also he's a big fan of DW, so it all can get really crazy :crzdance:
Every fan of DW is crazy, there are maybe just degrees, but the fact is the fact )))

Like, it's such a quiet neighbourhood, we'll just walk here and then visit the Olympic games opening ceremony, nice and quiet... oh, wait, why is there no children? not one?.. Let's look at the grass... :lol: :lol: :lol:
Just like that :yes: Textbook adventure addicts :-D

You might as well be right :rotate:
And with celebrities living far away from you you may as well stick to being right as you'll probably never check it in reality.

You don't wanna know what I've been doing to numbers on bus tickets for a very long time, you really don't :mosk:
Well, you don't want to know what I do with numbers and letters on car plates every time I'm not doing something else ))))

does it sound very strange? o_O :shy: :str:
Not at all, actually.

So-o, when I see you on the Internet this late I worry a bit that you won't get enough sleep and... ye-e-eah, I'm shutting up :shuffle2:
Don't worry :) I'm not an early bird by nature, so it's better for my body to fall asleep at sunrise rather than at sunset. And I can go for months and months sleeping four or three hours a day; actually, I can go for two days on end without sleep at all and be still functioning - back at uni it was very helpful during exams. I make up for it in more or less quiet times like the last month. No need to worry, although it's somehow warming that you remember and care :)

We-e-ell,if I finish what we've started I might be a match for you, I guess :smirk: :laugh:
A pair of wicked loonies we will be, what an idyllic pictire that is :-D

Yeah, the longer I live the more useless it seems :alles: :facepalm3:
It is actually useless )))

I'm not very happy when I'm too merry, because it's a some kind of sign that I'm going to feel really bad later.
Well, it's good that you know what to expect - if it's really inevitable, you shall be prepared and able to do something to lessen the oncoming bad moods.

Note the correct transcription of "ж" :alles: :dance:
So nice of them to look after the transliteration of surnames ))))

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Every fan of DW is crazy, there are maybe just degrees, but the fact is the fact )))
Yes, you can't watch a man with a police phone box and a sonic screwdriver and not be crazy — hm, I guess the world is not so sane as it thinks itself to be :-D

Well, you don't want to know what I do with numbers and letters on car plates every time I'm not doing something else ))))
And letters too? :wow: I do want to know that :kino:

I'm not an early bird by nature, so it's better for my body to fall asleep at sunrise rather than at sunset.
Owls United :friend:

And I can go for months and months sleeping four or three hours a day; actually, I can go for two days on end without sleep at all and be still functioning - back at uni it was very helpful during exams. I make up for it in more or less quiet times like the last month. No need to worry, although it's somehow warming that you remember and care
Good abilty, I'm practically dead after about 36 hours with no sleep :gigi:
:shuffle2: :squeeze:

A pair of wicked loonies we will be, what an idyllic pictire that is
Yeah, and at a first glance people would think we are serious and then look closer and pass out/run away screaming :gigi: Oh God, it's actually Daleks :lol: :lol:

Well, it's good that you know what to expect - if it's really inevitable, you shall be prepared and able to do something to lessen the oncoming bad moods.
Yes, at least it's not a shock so I can turn my state into something productive :rotate:

So nice of them to look after the transliteration of surnames ))))
:yes: Such professionalism must be respected :-D

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Yes, you can't watch a man with a police phone box and a sonic screwdriver and not be crazy — hm, I guess the world is not so sane as it thinks itself to be :-D
Nobody is as sane as they think themselves to be. The question is whether this will ever be revealed or not.

And letters too? :wow: I do want to know that :kino:
Well, I combine them, read them in English, Russian, French, Latin, add other letters so as to compile a new word, build up stories around those words, make phrases from the letters on the cars standng in a row along the road. As I walk past, I see them and I do it all :)

Owls United :friend:
Owls Inс., Ltd :friend2:

Good abilty, I'm practically dead after about 36 hours with no sleep :gigi:
My body also makes me pay after forty eight hours awake, but it's reasonable enough to look for mutially agreable solutions.

Yeah, and at a first glance people would think we are serious and then look closer and pass out/run away screaming :gigi:
And what will we do then? )))

Yes, at least it's not a shock so I can turn my state into something productive :rotate:
Tell me what you did with it when I'm back :) I'm leaving tomorrow evening and till the fifth of August if not later.

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By the way, I continue exploring RPS - now for Tennant/Barrowman. I can say so far that the rule about coordination between the rating and the quality of a text doesn't work here. Every. Single. Fic. Including. Barrowman. Is. NC-17. Only one tiniest drabble is an exception - but probably that's because one has little room in a small drabble to write a proper sex-scene. No, really, the man seems to be really from the 51st century with all the pheromones and stuff judging by the texts.
And maybe that's partly true, considering what was said in The Friday Night Project where Tennant was a guest host )))

Can't resist a quote from the head part of one of the fics I've read:
Genre: Wankfic

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Nobody is as sane as they think themselves to be. The question is whether this will ever be revealed or not.
:yes: It's quite interesting for me lately to hear some people call other people too "normal" or "righteous" or something like that, and they are so sure about that, when they actually don't know what those others are hiding, what's really not shown :rotate:

Well, I combine them, read them in English, Russian, French, Latin, add other letters so as to compile a new word, build up stories around those words, make phrases from the letters on the cars standng in a row along the road. As I walk past, I see them and I do it all
:inlove: :inlove: :inlove: I'm definitely adopting this thing :yes:
Mine is boring: you know about lucky tickets? So, if I get a ticket and it's not lucky, I sum up, divide, multiply the numbers to make it lucky. Does it make me a secret optimist? :hmm: :alles:

Owls Inс., Ltd
Also possible :-D :crzhug:

My body also makes me pay after forty eight hours awake, but it's reasonable enough to look for mutially agreable solutions.
A reasonable body is definitely useful :-D

And what will we do then? )))
Go on doing our crazy stuff, I guess :evil:

Tell me what you did with it when I'm back I'm leaving tomorrow evening and till the fifth of August if not later.
I think you'll get lots of U-mails of what I did with it :smirk:

Every. Single. Fic. Including. Barrowman. Is. NC-17.
:-D Well, he does create a particular image :gigi:

And maybe that's partly true, considering what was said in The Friday Night Project where Tennant was a guest host )))
And what was said there?)) :smirk:

Genre: Wankfic
Well, :hmm: it's very convenient. You don't have to read the boring summary now :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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:yes: It's quite interesting for me lately to hear some people call other people too "normal" or "righteous" or something like that, and they are so sure about that, when they actually don't know what those others are hiding, what's really not shown :rotate:
That just shows the level of the speakers' self-confidence and self-centeredness - they are sure they can tell normal from abnormal and be the ultimate judge of others; they can't even imagine, in fact, that they are so often so utterly and deeply wrong. Their world goes around them, and they imply that everyone else's does too.

Mine is boring: you know about lucky tickets? So, if I get a ticket and it's not lucky, I sum up, divide, multiply the numbers to make it lucky. Does it make me a secret optimist? :hmm: :alles:
I know, yes. Although I don't ever try hard to make the number lucky - if it's not, then it's not. I suppose it makes you a non-secret-at-all optimist )))

A reasonable body is definitely useful :-D
Well, it gets in return its share of healthy lifestyle, so it has reasons to be reasonable )))

Go on doing our crazy stuff, I guess :evil:
Sounds promising :cheek:

I think you'll get lots of U-mails of what I did with it :smirk:
Oh, I'm looking forward to that :smirk:

And what was said there?)) :smirk:
Well, you might've heard of that. The hosts of the show, Alan Carr and Justin Lee Collins, read out a bit from a site they claimed to be called Who Porn - and Tennant looked really astonished at the idea and said it was a family show, hey, what porn, you mean, really, porn?! (and I thought while watching: oh, you didn't know, really? don't believe you, my boy, no way - you've got no parental control over your Internet, after all) - and the bit was the Doctor/Jack. Tennant answered to that: oh, that must be from John Barrowman's blog! That was clearly a smart-ass answer as Tennant had to come up with a witty retort for the sake of the show, but. Whenever the sex topic arises, the topic of John Barrowman arises too. Like the two topics are truly inseparable. To think at least of the question from the audience of the said show; can't remember the exact words, but the point of the question was "whose cock is bigger - yours or John Barrowman's?"

Well, :hmm: it's very convenient. You don't have to read the boring summary now :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Oh yes, there was no need to read the summary as the fic was exactly what the genre said: the whole text devoted to Tennant wanking to the image of Barrowman dressed as a woman :cheek: Really convenient, it was.

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That just shows the level of the speakers' self-confidence and self-centeredness - they are sure they can tell normal from abnormal and be the ultimate judge of others; they can't even imagine, in fact, that they are so often so utterly and deeply wrong. Their world goes around them, and they imply that everyone else's does too.
I guess so; it's always suspicious when people judge too quickly.

I know, yes. Although I don't ever try hard to make the number lucky - if it's not, then it's not.
Well, it's quite an entertaining pastime)))

suppose it makes you a non-secret-at-all optimist )))
Actually, I show all the signs of a pessimist, but noone can be just optimist or pessimist, can they?))) Or maybe I'm a bit rebellious :rotate: Self-analysis will be my undoing :facepalm3:

Well, it gets in return its share of healthy lifestyle, so it has reasons to be reasonable )))
Oh, barter then? :-D

Sounds promising
Do we have much choice? :rotate:

and Tennant looked really astonished at the idea and said it was a family show, hey, what porn, you mean, really, porn?! (and I thought while watching: oh, you didn't know, really? don't believe you, my boy, no way - you've got no parental control over your Internet, after all)
It's possible that he really didn't know; what if he has actually never googled himself or DW, who knows :crznope:

Whenever the sex topic arises, the topic of John Barrowman arises too. Like the two topics are truly inseparable.
We-e-ell, first you work for your reputation, then your reputation works for you; and how exactly it works was never mentioned in the contract :alles:

h yes, there was no need to read the summary as the fic was exactly what the genre said: the whole text devoted to Tennant wanking to the image of Barrowman dressed as a woman
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: See? The author did take care about you :rotate: :rotate:

whose cock is bigger - yours or John Barrowman's?"
Nice questions from the audience, BTW :facepalm3:

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Actually, I show all the signs of a pessimist, but noone can be just optimist or pessimist, can they?))) Or maybe I'm a bit rebellious :rotate:
Everyone's so much richer than the limits of any definitions. You may be anyone no matter whom you think yourself to be.

Oh, barter then? :-DDo we have much choice? :rotate:
Kinda that :rotate:

It's possible that he really didn't know; what if he has actually never googled himself or DW, who knows :crznope:
He actually googled himself at least once - when he just started as the Doctor, to learn what the viewers thought of him, it's a fact. And it's possible, of course, but hard, to imagine him never googling DW while being a crazy fanboy about the show since he was like three or four. That's why I thought that.

We-e-ell, first you work for your reputation, then your reputation works for you; and how exactly it works was never mentioned in the contract :alles:
Barrowman's reputation seems to exceed all expectations ))))

See? The author did take care about you :rotate: :rotate:
It was most nice of him, yeah :)

Nice questions from the audience, BTW :facepalm3:
British audience has never been known for being too humble ))) I like the British TV for this openness and crackiness, after all. It was at that show by the way when the famous bit with "can I ruffle your hair" came out.

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Everyone's so much richer than the limits of any definitions. You may be anyone no matter whom you think yourself to be.
May be, who knows))

And it's possible, of course, but hard, to imagine him never googling DW while being a crazy fanboy about the show since he was like three or four. That's why I thought that.
Oh))) Yeah, then it's quite difficult not to stumble upon something not family-related, but you know, you see what you want to see... and don't see what you really don't want to see :rotate: Especially since he's a fan since three or four :gigi:

Barrowman's reputation seems to exceed all expectations ))))
And so it seems :D Is he Scottish, too, by the way? I saw a picture if him in a kilt :hmm:

British audience has never been known for being too humble )))
Yeah, the British audience, the British press...

It was at that show by the way when the famous bit with "can I ruffle your hair" came out.
:wow: :wow: :wow: :wow: :wow: Oh my God :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: "What exactly does ruffling entail?" — how careful of him to ask it, one might think there were other-- precedents :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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May be, who knows))
For me it's certain :)

but you know, you see what you want to see... and don't see what you really don't want to see :rotate:
I guess, that could be just the case. But during the show he couldn't have avoided finally seeing it as it was almost practically thrown into his face.

Is he Scottish, too, by the way? I saw a picture if him in a kilt :hmm:
Yes, he is. He was born in Scotland, and later on, when he was like eight, his family moved to the United States. He returned to the UK when already a grown-up.

:wow: :wow: :wow: :wow: :wow: Oh my God :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: "What exactly does ruffling entail?" — how careful of him to ask it, one might think there were other-- precedents :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
I love this bit too )))
I don't know if there were any precedents as you put it but he was surely precaucious :-D Maybe he just couldn't quite get the idea that there were people who desperately wanted to simply ruffle his hair )))

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But during the show he couldn't have avoided finally seeing it as it was almost practically thrown into his face.
Oh, poor man)) What if he thought it would be just another show, but his life instead changed forever :lol:

Yes, he is. He was born in Scotland, and later on, when he was like eight, his family moved to the United States. He returned to the UK when already a grown-up.
Oh, OK)))

Maybe he just couldn't quite get the idea that there were people who desperately wanted to simply ruffle his hair )))
May be :lol: :lol: That's one more lifechanging discovery, and all in one day :facepalm3: :lol:

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What if he thought it would be just another show, but his life instead changed forever :lol:
He'd had to get over it, I presume :-D

That's one more lifechanging discovery, and all in one day :facepalm3: :lol:
This very discovery wasn't bad though, I suppose ))) He like being loved and adored. When people greet him with loud cheering and deafening applause, he shines and looks so smug and pleased and at ease.

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He'd had to get over it, I presume
Yeah, eventually :-D

This very discovery wasn't bad though, I suppose )))
I think it has a slightly creepy feeling to it :-D

He like being loved and adored. When people greet him with loud cheering and deafening applause, he shines and looks so smug and pleased and at ease.
That's good, I guess, for an actor— not to shy away from it, noblesse oblige and so on))

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Yeah, eventually :-D
Who knows, maybe he even found something he liked ))))

I think it has a slightly creepy feeling to it :-D
Does it?))) It didn't entail anything, after all )))

That's good, I guess, for an actor— not to shy away from it, noblesse oblige and so on))
I agree - it's good for him. Also, it's a response people like to see - him accepting their love, smiling, confident, cheery and cheeky.

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