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r ranson
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Doctor Who that is.

Is it fish fingers and custard?  Long scarf?  Question marks?  Jelly Babies?  Who's your favourite Doctor Who?




Let's chat doctor who.
 
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It's Jelly BABIES and I can vouch compared to gummi bears, massive sugarbombs.

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John Pertwee the third doctor mainly as I had a crush on sara jane https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_Doctor
 
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I stopped watching the show when John Hurt was the Dr. and started watching when Tom Baker was the Dr. I watched all seven seasons he was on.
After that I would catch it as I could, usually only a few episodes per year, because of work and projects.
I stopped watching it because of lack of time created a situation where I couldn't keep up and really have never gone back to watching it.

I love the series premise and I really want a Tardis that works. One day I hope to complete the calculations that lead to being able to build a working one, it is the Big Dream.
 
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I have wanted a TARDIS as a closet of holding for over 30 years. It would make moving so much easier as well! 
 
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David Tennant, hands down. I love him. That's all.
 
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