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The end of a bad day

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I am having a very bad day, so bare with me for a while.
Do you ever have days when you just want to kill everyone around you, when you put all your effort to answer others’s questions, when every remark makes you want to kill yourself, when you hope that by hitting your head repeatedly against the desk will kill you, when nothing can make you smile?
Because I’ve been having those for about a week. And today my nerves have been stretched to maximum. I hate those imbeciles that don’t grade us based on our qualities, that popular girl everyone seems to be in love with, that person that is lucky and gets all good grades. I mean, the only one who has a more depressing life is the character in my book. And he was chosen to be a character, which is as good as things can get.
I want to be a fictional character. It would be much, much better. Why can’t Peter Pan come flying in my room? Why doesn’t the Doctor appear in his Tardis and take me away? Why can’t I solve cases with a high dysfunctional sociopath? Why can’t I kiss Jack Sparrow and then save him from the death? Why can’t I live in Barcelona and be one of Zafon’s characters?

I mean, not even Christmas songs can cheer me up, which is something.
Ugh, 3 more days until the End of the World. Hopefully.

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Happy birthday, dear Doctor

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Yesterday, as I heard news, has been the 50th anniversary of our most beloved sci-fi series, Doctor Who. The British series, going on for so long now, has definitely made history, while its main character, the doctor ( in all his transformations) as well as the companions have become memorable.
Matt Smith even mentioned that Rose ( Billie Piper) could return for the 50th anniversary celebration show!! ( which would be so, so perfect. Please let that happen)
In case you haven’t watched Doctor Who yet, I strongly advise you to. It mat seem like a strange story at first, but I guarantee you it’s worthy of your time. However, do mind that Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat are writing it. The two most soulless men in the universe.
This show will destroy your life ( in the best ways ) and make you fall in love with 30-40 year old British actors you will never be able to have. Watch it!! 🙂

P.S. This show also has a fantastic fandom you can share your tears with.

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