( Donna and the TARDIS )
( their relationship... Awwww! )
'Yeah.' He grinned. 'And a lot else'
She smiled back at him. 'Hey,' she said. 'You know, I just realised that I am in fact so awesome, a completely emotionless man fell for me. A man with no capacity for love.'
'Well, maybe you're quite something, Donna Noble.'
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I'm having to do this general announcement because the Internet connection where I am is extremely limited, in that I've had to commandeer a seat in the hotel lobby to get any access at all, and what I've got is
shit utter rubbish.
But I need to say a massive THANK YOU for all the gifts and messages I have received today. I have been deeply touched by your kind thoughts.
I'll be home Saturday night/Sunday morning, so I shall have to leave proper personal thanks until then.
*blows you all kisses*
If so, all you have to do is go and have a look at this webpage, view the very brief video and leave a comment in their Ask box
[or via me, if that seems daunting]
All feedback will be gratefully accepted.
Posted on behalf of interminatis-paradoxum
Thank you in anticipation. :)
· Men in particular have a tendency to stroke or rub the nape of the neck when they are upset. It acts as a self-soothing gesture to deal with “A pain in the neck”
( I am not completely convinced because... )
I've seen so many friends sad about the lack of commenting in recent times, so this is my thought. I think we should all try to renew our commitment to commenting. If we read something, or enjoying viewing something, it's really easy to take the time to post a comment.
In my opinion, even a :D is a lovely comment to receive -- someone enjoyed your work, and it's rewarding to hear that.
It's so sad and such a let down to pour hours of work into a piece and hear nothing back about it. So please, make the commitment with me to comment more often. It doesn't have to be a comment of deep and insightful analysis. It can be about lolz, or the feeling of contentment at a happy ending, or appreciation for a beautiful image. You might even go a step further toward reading pairings, or even fandoms, that don't normally appeal, when someone on your flist is trying something new. It's hard as fandoms constantly change, and some fandoms die away, while new ones emerge.
I think we'd all be happier if we made this commitment -- just take one minute to leave whatever reaction the fanwork left you with. It's the only form of payment allowed for the enjoyment fanworks give us, and it's so much more valuable than money.
To misquote Led Zeppelin "I live for my dreams, not a pocketful of gold."
Take the pledge! Bring commenting culture back online! Spread the love!! :D
Originally posted HERE.