I do exist in all points of space and time, but that doesn't stop me from becoming bored.
I'll keep an eye out for the sculpture. Question though: If I knock it over, will it break?*walks in that direction, keeping her optical units wide open to make sure she doesn't miss the sculpture*
Well, yes, and no at the same time. There’s a few things that would happen past breaking the sculpture, none of which are good for your mobility units.
Hello! If I'm a child of the TARDIS, does that mean you're my part-mother?
Is this the version of you that hasn’t figured it out yet?
What is that funny little word that you used? Spoilers, wasn’t it?
The poem from A good Man Goes to War in my made-up gallifreyan. I scribbled this in class and the result is a bit chaotic, but I like it. The poem in its original English version already sounded weird to me.
It’s completely off the actual Circle Gallifreyan, but a good effort by the human (I suppose).
River Song is quite the remarkable human - not human - well, yes, human now.
Her antics resulted in quite the odd, peculiar ways.
I will grudgingly accept that this comparison to my Thief and the Master, to the popular 1990s Earth television show, is quite apt.