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Misinterpretation

MisinterpretationAfter the Doctor had announced their destination, Rose had expected to see a celebration of the change of season. Instead, she found herself being jostled by over-enthusiastic visitors at an intergalactic trade show.

They passed a stall where springs were displayed like salamis and another where they were loose and had mated with each other to form large spring knots.

The Doctor pointed out the highlights of the show, explaining the products on offer, but it wasn't really her cup of tea.

This wasn't exactly what she'd expected when the Doctor had offered to take her to the Spring Fair.

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dw100challenge #106: springtime

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sanda56
7th Mar, 2006 11:30 (UTC)
Gro-o-o-an! ;)
redwolf
7th Mar, 2006 11:46 (UTC)
I don't inflict puns on you often, but I couldn't resist this one.
laridian
7th Mar, 2006 12:04 (UTC)
Sounds like the Doc caught a case of spring fever. ;)

(But I bet Rose would rather have had a case of Bass ale.)
redwolf
7th Mar, 2006 12:14 (UTC)
Maybe she'd be more interested when they hit the Slinky or trampoline displays, but it sounds like a fair dedicated to springs would not be a fun place to be.
ozma914
8th Mar, 2006 06:02 (UTC)
I love plays on words! I also like words on plays, but that's a different story.
redwolf
8th Mar, 2006 09:32 (UTC)
I was heading in a different direction when the muse got silly.
ozma914
8th Mar, 2006 09:36 (UTC)
A silly muse is no less brilliant. Don't get her drunk, though -- big trouble. That's where stuff like the movie "Ishtar" comes from.
elen_ancalima
9th Mar, 2006 09:14 (UTC)
*dies*

Also known as a taste of my own medicine ...
redwolf
9th Mar, 2006 09:17 (UTC)
I don't do it often, but it was just so tempting.
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