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A cat playing a theremin. Now we just need a gerbil on a stylophone and a dog on a moog. I wonder if I could get Teasel to play with Tim's Zounds?

John Snow singing along really badly to Rick Astley -- probably in response to the Rickmob -- both links guaranteed rickroll free. Honest injun. The Snow's scary enough all on his own.

According to a poll that happened last night over at badasstronaut's, I'd make a good Dr Who (although I was only up against other members of the League of Jeremys, including the dreaded Clarkson, so not a grand achievement). And my ideal companions would be Ardal O'Hanlan, Noel Fielding and Pingu. Somehow I think a lot of wee jokes would happen. Wee jokes, screaming, falling off cliffs and costume changes. Dear god. Although this does raise the intriguing possibility of Julian Barratt playing the master! Oh noes! I need an avert slash card!

Oh, my previous regeneration would be Kristin Scott-Thomas. So I think it would be one of those rolling around on the floor type regenerations, don't you?

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phlebas
15th Apr, 2008 11:09 (UTC)
I don't know. One minute you're playing the avert slash card, the next you're rolling around on the floor with Kristin Scott-Thomas!
cleanskies
15th Apr, 2008 12:45 (UTC)
My avert slash card was "I love ye like a brother" and therefore not effective on the ladies.
ingaborg
15th Apr, 2008 11:22 (UTC)
Love the theremin-playing cat! I must send this to my friend who has a theremin!
cleanskies
15th Apr, 2008 12:47 (UTC)
*le sigh*

I had a theremin, but it was one of those kits that never quite assemble right, alas...
secretrebel
15th Apr, 2008 11:53 (UTC)
Why would a man who refused to wear a poppy just because other ppl were doing it, decide that rickrolling is a movement he can really get behind? :: boggles ::
cleanskies
15th Apr, 2008 12:48 (UTC)
many and strange are the ways of the snow
crazycrone
15th Apr, 2008 15:05 (UTC)
Whoa, the delectably tiny-eyed Mr Barratt as the Master. Throb!
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