Is it particularly sad that I spent £22 on a ten inch Marvin the paranoid android action figure? He does have light up eyes and his own point of view gun....
So...the exams are over, I'm not due back at uni till September and so far the only things I have planned between now and then are an appointment with an ear doctor on Tuesday and a trip to see the League of Gentlemen's Apocolypse on June 3rd. I have no idea what I'm supposed to do with my time after that. I have pledged to start reading novels again, after a brief lapse due to having to read politics textbooks/non fiction books all the time. My first aim for the break is to finally read (and finish) Don Quixote which has been on my shelves for about 2 years now. Obviously I'll be doing some advance work on the dissertation (once I actually work out what that's going to be about) but I can't see that taking up four months. I'm looking forward to a very dull time. Although the news that the next episode of Doctor Who sounds like it was written by a slash fiction writer (bisexual American flirts with Rose then then turns his attentions to the doctor) has cheered me up a bit.
On a completely unrelated note, quote of the day from Father Ted:
Ted: "Miss Bartley, we've got a problem. And you know what my motto is when I've got a problem? I'm going to solve that problem. Well, it's not really a motto, it's more a sentence. But anyway...here's the problem. We're surrounded by a bunch of thirty elderly women. Actually, when you put it that way, it doesn't sound so bad. Maybe we should just walk out."
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