Anyway, earlier I was chatting with Rob. About insanely random stuff, mostly, like my exam results and how Writing is of the Dark Side, and unrequieted doughnut love. Though we did get onto Doctor Who eventually, mainly talking about Doomsday. His opinions of the Rose-arc there were surprisingly similar to some sentiments I had expressed, especially considering he was the one who brought it up, which made me happy.
Though he's got a bit of jetlag, poor guy.
Out in the Real World, we had a CHAS meeting today. Instead of Pancake Parlour, this time was in Chinatown. Which was, erm, cheap. (Well, it wasn't bad, but the soy sauce tasted funny, which put me off my rice). It was mostly about arranging events for this semester and all that. And dealing with ye old student union stuffs.
So, it ended up being me, fa11ing_away, tinyteddyqueen, becker_ and Callum, who has no LJ and therefore does not exist.
Far too much time was spent chatting about becker_'s lost noodle. No, you really don't want to know.
Of course after the meeting, we ended up wandering around Chinatown, partaking in it's delights somewhat. Namely, Bubble Tea, and Pocky.
Though I have to say, there are very few things in life quite so entertaining as browsing in a Chinese Supermarket.
We also ended up in JB Hi-Fi. I wanted to buy a movie DVD, since I hadn't gotten one in ages, but they didn't have either Mirrormask or Dark City to my woe. I ended up saying to hell with it, and bought some classic Doctor Who. Namely, City of Death. Because A) I am a Douglas Adams fangirl, B) I've heard very good things about it, and C) Since my flist was so "Yay, Romana!" I want to see what all the fuss is about.
So, when I get some free time, expect me to be commenting on that.
And, my timetable appears worked out. It's not the best - I have to days finishing after 7pm, and my 9am lectures are followed by gaps until afternoon classed, but I have Friday off, and no more than 4 contact hours a day. *sigh*