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Does Dr. Who floss and drink milk?
He must. Dr. Who knows too much and is far too smart to be your average Brit.
Do you love the Dr? I do, even though he would never want me to make a public display of it.
Are you talking about the Doctor, or the actor(s)? They do not (usually) show those things in episodes.
Yes, I love the Doctor. Especially Tom Baker. I recently wrote a Hub about it.
I love Doctor Who. I was just making British references. Doctor Who was my first experience with science fiction and I became fascinated with British culture.
I was already fascinated by Doctor Who by the time I had found out that it was a Sci-Fi show. I was also already into British culture because my mother was Scottish.
My surname is Scarborough. I think Dr. Who falls into fantasy and sci-fi. The culture is fascinating. I even watch Game of Thrones because so many actors are Brits. I like the language and the history.
Subconsciously I probably thought of the Dr. as fantasy, but I did not categorize it. I sarted reading "Game of Thrones" and the book was marked 'Fantasy'.
Even though my mother was Scottish, :-), my name is German.
by andrew savage4 weeks ago
Is it unhealthy to drink milk and orange juice at the same time?
by BlissfulWriter7 years ago
How do you get calcium if you can not drink milk?There are some people who can not drink milk. How do they get calcium?
by Kim Kennedy3 years ago
Can you drink too much milk?An elderly relative eats less food these days but drinks more milk, around two or three pints a day. Could this cause health problems?
by Cindy Lawson3 years ago
Are you fascinated by the British Royal Family, and if so why?
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