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I hate this website, it's 4 AM, and I can't stop laughing.
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That was honestly one of the best things I have ever read. So funny and perfectly in character! *salutes you*
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I don't know how I missed this one but I'm so pleased to have found it - poor old Alistair. You have marvelous turns of phrase, the mud-slogging and the gradual acquaintance with the hairline, wonderful fun and we even get a Yeti! Yay.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I had a lot of fun with this. :)
Well done. I especially like the first extremely long sentence... and I have to wonder, just how does the Brig receive his alien-on-the-loo alerts?
Author's Response: Haha, a mystery that shall never be revealed! ;) Thanks for the review.
“My dear chap, what are you blithering on about now? Hogarth the president of a planet? An academic like him? No, no, he’s the current president of the Intergalactic Floral Society.”
One of the Brigadier’s eyebrows made a slow but steady effort to become acquainted with his hairline.
Above would be the point where my insane giggles were interrupted by giggle-induced tears. Their voices are just spot on. The poor, dear Brigadier doing his best to say "Yeti on the loo" while remaining dead serious (and succeeding).
Author's Response: Glad you liked! Just realized that I\'ve never really written the Brig before (not counting Inferno!Brig) so I\'m pleased his voice worked for you.
:lol: And “Doctor,” said Lethbridge-Stewart in a tone that so completely redefined the phrase ‘long-suffering patience’ that academics could have written entire treatises on it, “you are employed as U.N.I.T.’s scientific advisor, not its fashion consultant.” Which was so perfect, it could even have stopped there (but of course, I'm glad it didn't.) :-)
Author's Response: Glad you liked! There were a couple of points I considered stopping off at, but I decided to at least wrap up what they were going to do about the Yeti.
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Blink. Okay, then. Carry on, Doctor.
Author's Response: Sometimes I just have to be ridiculous. ;)