But I don’t know who tagged me and if it’s a tagged greeter/starter post or something. So now I don’t know… Gah! Stupid tags being broken.
“A freak? Now that is most certainly not how you should be perceived,” Vastra frowned a little, finding herself irritated by the narrow-minded apes in this society. How could a talent so unique be denigrated by others? It should be elevated, on the contrary. Humans were blind.
“I suppose that does make a tad more sense in my mind,” the Silurian commented, remembering some officers she had encountered back in her time period. They had attempted to abuse of their position, thinking she would be nothing but a daft cherry, easy to manipulate. They had quickly reconsidered their objectives - as well as their career. Some men just couldn’t hold their own when seeing a humanoid lizard.
“Yes, I do admire that quality of his - boredom does so often plague me. The Victorian society is not one for strange, out of the norm occurrences, sadly enough. He does provide quite the welcome distraction.” she chuckled lightly, recalling his antics, “Once, he sent me on a wild goose chase across modern London.”
Allie gave a half smile, not really knowing if she should believe the woman or not. “Thank you… I wish it was different.” It was hard not to comment too much on the others thoughts. But she thought she was doing a good job so far. It wasn’t something she wanted to mention at the moment.
The teen just chuckled again, waving it off. “Honestly, they can think whatever they want. They’re all just stupid anyway. I accidentally burned one, actually a few, of the cops cause they scared me. I didn’t mean too, but they wouldn’t think that way.” Shrugging, she continued with the conversation.
And as she talked about the mad man, Allie couldn’t help smiling, her mood brightening a bit with a laugh. “That sounds like something he would do. I think I’ve been to Victorian times once and it’s really boring. Funny enough it wasn’t when I was with the Doctor. Which was kind of scary. But I got over it.”
The Doctor laughed. “How does a piggy back ride sound,” he asked curiously. “That way you can still see everything,” the time lord offered. He prepared himself for the possible jump on his back.
Nodding, she jumped onto him back, wrapping her arms and legs around him. “Piggy back ride!” She laughed and rested her head on his shoulder. “Go that way!” Allie pointed in a random direction for them to go in.
The Doctor started to shiver a bit. “Another blanket would be lovely. And soup sounds good. The TARDIS can help you make it if you need help,” he said reassuringly. The time lord shot out of bed and ran to the bathroom, throwing up.
The teen jumped when he ran into the bathroom. She was going to follow him before she heard him gagging and throwing up and decided to wait outside the bathroom till he was done. Sighing, she went to help him back into bed. “I’ll go get you another blanket. I’ll be right back.” Allie hurried out of the room in search for a blanket.
But I now have 9 replies to get to… I left for not even an hour and I come back to 9 replies. -internally screaming- I’ll get to them all. I promise.
“Doctor?” Allie heard him coughing from down the hall and entered his room cautiously. Seeing the man in pain, she quickly went over to him. “Doctor, what’s wrong?” she asked with obvious concern in her voice.
The Doctor looked to Allie. “Grey faces,” he said, before going into a coughing fit. “I’m sick for a day,” he said weakly. He held his stomach. “Oh, this hurts,” he said.
Allie frowned, feeling his forehead and cupping his cheek. “I’ll make you something. Do you like soup? I think I can make that…” She had to think about this a moment. She really wasn’t the best at cooking. “Do you need anything? A blanket?”