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The Doctor ran his finger over the text on the wall. "Can you make a note of this?"

"I don't have anything to write with."

The Doctor rummaged through his pockets and tossed her what looked like a notepad.

Looking at the object, Rose peeled back the plastic sheet on top and laughed. "You want me to write complex mathematical equations on a magic slate?"

Turning to face her, the Doctor blinked in surprise. "What's wrong with a magic slate? Would you rather an Etch-a-Sketch? I have one here somewhere."

"Never mind." Rose shuddered at the thought. "This'll be fine."


dw100challenge #129: pen and paper
dw100challenge #130: art


( 9 howls — talk to the wolf )
20th Aug, 2006 14:29 (UTC)
ha, that's so like him too! excellent.
20th Aug, 2006 21:17 (UTC)
You never know when stuff like that will come in handy.
21st Aug, 2006 02:35 (UTC)
*dies of laughter*
21st Aug, 2006 02:43 (UTC)
He could have anything in those pockets.
21st Aug, 2006 06:05 (UTC)
That was great! The Doctor's surprised reply is perfect.
21st Aug, 2006 07:19 (UTC)
Both are those odd toys that I fiddled with and never really saw the point.
21st Aug, 2006 08:07 (UTC)
I hated those things -- totally frustrating to a right brained person. (or is it left?) Besides, where woud the Doctor *keep* it? :-/
21st Aug, 2006 08:18 (UTC)
Re: etch-a-sketch
One; you can get teenty, tiny, even more annoying versions of Etch-a-sketch. Two; it's long been canon that the Doctor uses the similiar technology to that of the Immortals who hide swords in Highlander.
21st Aug, 2006 09:44 (UTC)
Re: etch-a-sketch
All the fun geeks use pocket universes, these days.

Aren't the full size etch-a-sketches scary enough? Now I'll have nightmares.
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