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The Doctor flung open the TARDIS door onto an alley partially blocked by packing crates.

"That's odd." He frowned as Rose's amused smirk changed to a look of glassy-eyed desire.

The Doctor sniffed the air to confirm his suspicions and handed Rose a credit chip, pocketing another, before he succumbed to the planet's pheromone-laden atmosphere.

The planet was designed to run visitors through a gauntlet of merchants before depositing them back at their ships laden with goods, lighter on cash and blissfully happy with the experience. With any luck he'd manage to pick up spare parts this time.


dw100challenge #160: twitterpated


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30th Apr, 2007 08:49 (UTC)
I have a feeling Wal-Mart's already gotten alhold of that technology.
30th Apr, 2007 09:02 (UTC)
But does Walmart leave you blissfully happy with the shopping experience or just a lot lighter on cash and feeling a little dirty?
30th Apr, 2007 10:17 (UTC)
Not blissfully happy; not dirty, either. Just -- drained.
30th Apr, 2007 10:20 (UTC)
Looks like Walmart may need to fine tune their technology a little yet.
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