October 10, 2013

While discussing a loyal fanbase...


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  1. Clearly he wasn't online whenever each new Doctor was announced.

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    1. Especially when Peter Capaldi was announced. My GOD, the whining.

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  2. Could be that the show itself it's positive? I mean, I do know it's always a tragedy, and sad deaths and running (lots of it!), but I think that the general idea is that the universe is big and awesome, and that an individual could make a difference sometimes.
    Plus, you have a time and space traveling machine where you could go wherever you want, whenever you want. Specially London.

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  3. I guess he did not hear about the Teletubby-Daleks.

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  4. Ever met a kid with downs? They're just thrilled to be alive. Now imagine you're dumb enough to like Dr. Who, but I repeat myself

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    1. I, emm, agree with what your trying to say there, but think that your way of doing so was insensitive and douchey. FWIW.

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    2. People like things I don't like? WHAT A BUNCHA IDIOTS!

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  5. lolwut? The Dr. Who fans I know complain ALL THE TIME...about Moffet.

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  6. And before Moffat there was complaints about Davies. The one unifying force among all fanboys is their superior ability to whine.

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  7. Doctor Who fans complain constantly; they're just obscure and frequently British. As proof, see "The 45 deaths of Doctor Who" .

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  8. I've been talking to different Whovians than this guy has.

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  9. Yeah, my wife couldn't stop complaining about Matt Smith. She stopped watching because of him.

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  10. Please, the internet is full of Doctor Who "fans" who actively look for things to bitch about in every, single, episode.

    Often to the point I wonder why they even watch the show anymore, as clearly it's done nothing but infuriate them for the last two years.

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