January 3, 2013

To his friend...


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  1. Yeah. That's the problem.

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  2. smartypants.1/03/2013 11:16 AM

    I on the other hand ONLY have sex with girls who don't know about Doctor Who.

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  3. You may need a "good luck with that" tag.

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    1. Maybe you'd be surprised how many girls are Doctor Who fans these days? Something to do with the young pretty boys playing the Doctor these days, I suppose. It seems to be massive on Tumblr...

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    2. If anyone watches new Who, you'd have zero surprise at there being a female fanbase. Girls love a pretty nerd boy.

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    3. > Girls love a pretty nerd boy on television.
      fixed

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    4. No, final Anon, Vichus had it right, a lot of girls love pretty nerd boys, both on TV and in real life.

      Maybe you're not that pretty?

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  4. So wishing to have sex with somebody that you share common interests with is considered "crazy" nowadays?

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    1. Yeah, I think the "crazies" tag is a little out of place here.

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    2. What does the sex have to do with your interests, though. She could know about Doctor Who, but be terrible in bed!

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    3. What does sex have to do with love? Hell, for that matter what does sex even have to do with lust? She could be a loathsome and hideous individual and still be awesome in the sack.

      Yet generally we seem to accept that what goes into our choice of bedmates extends beyond their yelp profiles.

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  5. If he thinks talking about Doctor Who is part of having sex then I don't think he knows what sex is.

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    1. Clearly you just aren't that creative in the bedroom.

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    2. You need to play Doctor.

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  6. I *am* having sex with a girl who knows a lot about Dr. Who.

    I had no idea she liked the show until we'd been banging for a few weeks, though.

    Serendipity!

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  7. Twenty bucks says he didn't know anything about Who before this century.

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    1. So what if he didn't?

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    2. I've known about The Who since the sixties. Magic Bus, Bitches!

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    3. Uh huh. People who are eighteen today were born in 1995.

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  8. Propositionee: "Do you have protection?"
    Propositioner: "Trust me, I'm the Doctor!"

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  9. 'I swear-It will be bigger on the inside.'

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  10. it's the only way to make sure the girl doesn't freak out when he whips out his sonic screwdriver

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  11. Well, I'm safe from ever being propositioned by this guy.

    *Wipes forehead*

    Now if I could just get his Star Wars obsessed cousin to stop calling....

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  12. Both of my girlfriends are Whovians. In one case, our first date was to watch Doctor Who. I actually agree with this guy!

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  13. more for the rest of us, keep it up my dude!!!

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  14. I doubt any sports fan who said "I would not have sex with any girl who was not a fan of " would be considered crazy. Just picky.

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    1. There should be an "insert sports team" as part of that quote. Should not have put it in tags.

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  15. No, I'm pretty sure I'd consider them crazy. But maybe that's just me...

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  16. and she wouldn't have sex with you if you didn't know as much about doctor who as she does.

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  17. Bah! One of the best parts of a new relationship is introducing your beloved to all the cool things she didn't know about. Then you get more sex because she's happy you've expanded her world.

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    1. Paradoxically, one of the best ways to kill a new relationship is also introducing your beloved to all the cool things she didn't know about.

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  18. My wife introduced ME to Dr. Who.

    (But the real issue here is that no two sets of tastes are congruent. My wife doesn't understand my love of westerns or asian horror movies; I honestly do not understand how she can read Twilight. Tastes can complement.)

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  19. Mmmmm talk Gallifreyan to me, baby

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