Okay so lately I've been a little more than obsessed with the BBC tv show, Doctor Who. If you don't know what it is, shame on you. But basically, at one point I decided I would eat fish custard, sometime in the very near future.
But first, a little back story
very short, leaving out all of the really important details, because then you would just get way too confused and I'd never be able to explain it all properly, especially just in one entry. Really.
See, the Doctor regenerates when he's killed. Well, not killed, 'cause he doesn't die, because he regenerates, see? Already confusing, huh?
Anywho, he regenerates. He becomes someone new. Well, not new, because he's the same old Doctor he always was, but now he's new (and young
but not really). Well, again, not new. He looks new. But he is new too, because he's a new someone, with new looks, and attitudes, and tastes. But essentially, he's the same. Get it? No? Well, just keep reading, you might.
So, like I said, the Doctor regenerates, he gets new. New look, new likes, new dislikes, and new tastes (but same old Doctor
). In his latest regeneration, into the Eleventh Doctor, played by the incredibly talented, super adorable, and perfectly perfect Matt Smith, he needed to find that
to eat. Regeneration really takes it out of you, after all. Ten almost didn't make it through his regeneration. Good thing he finally got a nice cuppa tea.
The Doctor isn't really quite sure, since he doesn't quite know himself anymore (even though he's sort of really the same Doctor he's always been) what he wants. After meeting the lovely little Miss Amelia Pond, he proceeds to explore the possibilities of what he may, or may not, want to eat, with little Amelia's help, of course. She strikes out on every count, but he suddenly realizes that exactly what he needs is
fish fingers. And
custard. Or fish custard (here's a link, if you want to watch the actual scene: [link].
So I just made some fish fingers, and put some custard into a bowl, and, well, ate it. And let me tell you, it isn't NEARLY as nasty as it sounds. In fact, it's effing amazing! I believe this decently explains my reaction... [link]