I had a wonderful dream last night
(Please ignore my spelling mistakes and such, english isn’t my first language) So… Stephen Fry was The Doctor, I was his companion, and his London Cab was the TARDIS although it wasn’t bigger on the inside, just a cab. I sat next to Mr. Fry as he drove and we talked and laughed and I couldn’t believe my luck! I loved his laugh and was immensely proud that he found me funny...
Jimmy Carr: "And the Winner Is..." is the name of our final round, here's your question—best thing about living alone. Jon?
Jon Richardson: What mate? I'm never alone. Never alone, am I, Jon? No you're not Jon, you're always with people, Jon. Jon and Jon are gonna have a good chat about you when Jon gets home. Seriously, learning to deal with spiders. That's it, there's no one else to do it. Generally I'm a shrieker, but living on my own—cause I used to, if there was a spider, I'd just move to the next room. And then, once you've used all the rooms, you go, "Right, we've gotta learn how to deal with this."
The boundaries which divide life from death are at best shadowy and vague. Who...– Edgar Allan Poe, The Premature Burial (via ohlittlebee)