#MirthMusicMon – Still Not Ginger

Hello! I have an apology to make at the beginning of today’s post. If you’re not a Doctor Who fan, then the song I’m posting will make little sense to you, but Series 8 started yesterday and it’s been a long time since there was a full series of Doctor Who on my TV, so I’m celebrating. We have a new Doctor, so I’m sharing a song about the last time we were getting to know a new doctor, by Time Lord Rock band, Chameleon Circuit.

Also, I ate fish fingers and custard once for a competition on LiveJournal (and then once again a few months later at a Doctor Who-themed board games night; it’s surprisingly moreish). Here’s that video for your amusement. Look at me all nineteen years old and long-haired and different-glasses-ed. Actually, I don’t have any glasses in my WordPress avatar, as I was wearing contacts. But anyway. Here it is.

That’s all from me for this week. Join us in Mirth and Music Monday by linking up here. Catch you Wednesday!



6 thoughts on “#MirthMusicMon – Still Not Ginger

    • Emily Witt says:

      Isn’t it awesome?!

      Twelve is going to be great and I love the darker tone, but it’ll take a bit of getting Used to. Eleven is “my Doctor”, which is an expression I never thought I’d use until he came along, because I always loved the other ten equally, but there you go. I really loved the whimsy of his era, and 12 isn’t going to be whimsical, I think.


      • Amelia E. Browne says:

        No, I think not. He seems a lot darker, a lot madder than previous doctors. Like ten in his darkest moments but 3x more unpredictable. It looks like it’s going to be a great season 😀


  1. rosedandrea says:

    Gah! I am sooo far behind on Dr. Who watching. My computer does not like Netflix, so all ‘television’ watching must be done on my husband’s computer. Doesn’t happen very often, though.

    Fish fingers and custard. Huh. Never thought of trying that combo (even though I dearly love that scene). You are very brave. 🙂


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