ooc: I was going to beat Bioshock Infinite again today but then my family did a whole lot of karaoke which was ridiculous bc we didn’t know how a lot of the songs were supposed to go. When that happened we just sort of spoke the words dramatically.
ooc: I learned a lesson last night and it’s that I shouldn’t drink more than one mug of cocoa with the rumple minze (and tbh probably too much rumple minze I don’t really measure it out oops). Also shouldn’t have gone for the cheese curls. Those didn’t help things.
“Did you hear that?” [Rory was used to hearing things others didn’t. Not that the things he heard weren’t there. They were. He just had better hearing than the average human. Because, of course, he wasn’t human. Not in the physical sense at least.]
"—okay, no really. Did you hear it that time? Footsteps. Definitely footsteps. Definitely coming this way.”
ooc: I almost slept through New Year’s Eve I’ve got less than 12 hours left of 2013 whoops.
eleven days of eleven → one companion [1/3]
rory, i’m not trying to be rude but… you died.
“It’s impressive, isn’t it? My favorite part about the plant is how is seizes up and stops singing once it’s touched as a defensive mechanism.”
[ To illustrate the point, he gently taps one of the blue hue soaked leaves causing the plant to silence itself the moment he made contact. His hand curls back to his side as the smile never seemed to fade from Hikaru’s features. ]
”..I’m sorry. That was probably a little bit more than you’d care to know about the plant.”
“It’s fine. Honestly. Plants are great. Brilliant. Especially the ones that aren’t dangerous.”
[Anything that wouldn’t kill him was pretty much okay in his book. And plants were generally pretty safe, in his experience. But his experience was mostly limited to plants whose origin was Earth
(and even then how many plants did he really have experience with?) and a quick glance around told him this trait could not be applied to many of the plants here.]
"You ah, do you know that much about all these plants then? It’s impressive."
"Oh come on, you can share with me— I don’t have much of a future other than wanderin’ around with Oswald"
Just a little smirk. A little one.
"Spoilers don’t matter much when you’ve read the book before the movie"
”Oswald. I met an Oswald once. Oswin. Made soufflés. Called me Nina. But— ah, still not sure I should go telling you about the future. Won’t it mess things up?”
[Well, this was vaguely awkward. He probably should have thought of that. But, well, there was no use in lying to him, was there?]
It’s been… a while.
I mean, um, a good long while. It’s hard to say exactly how much of… a while. Time’s funny, like that. But, oh, you’ll see me again — plenty of me-time, before this me time, I promise. I’m just- just visiting.
”I’m not complaining, mind you.” [Rory felt he had to point this out.] “Regardless of when you’re coming from it’s good to see you.” [Good to see anyone really. He’d thought about venturing out to one of the nearby villages, but found he had difficulty leaving the Pandorica.]
[He cleared his throat.] “So that tea’s for me then?” [He already knew the answer. The Doctor had said. But Rory could tell he was a little uncomfortable and wanted to change the subject.]