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Icons!

+ 3 Billie Piper icons
+ 11 Doctor Who icons
+ 27 Spaced icons
+ 1 Doctor Who banner/header (spoilers for Planet of the Dead)
+ 1 Doctor Who wallpaper
+ 1 David Tennant, Billie Piper & Russell T Davies wallpaper

Preview:



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daisy

FIC


Hi, I can't remember if I'm supposed to post fic here or not, and you know, reading the rules is just too big a hassle. So, here, have a link to a short fic I wrote some time ago and never bothered sharing with you all!
I can't tell you much without giving it all away - it's mostly dialogue, it's very short, there's not really any slash, but... kind of... Gen, though. and um... hopefully enjoyable!

Read it here !!

ta! mr eccles.
bakuramarik ~ manga

*waves*

I recently (very recently) got into Spaced. Being the 15 year old science fiction fangirl I am, I loved it, and wonder why I didn't watch it sooner. My excuse is that I was 5 when it was made.
So yes, this is my first post and everything, so I bring fanfiction. Because it is non-existant on the interweb. It is bad, very bad. Don't read it. It's out of character and poorly written.

If I haven't scared you off yet, it's here at my journal.

Title: Green Eyed Monster
Fandom: Spaced
Pairing: Tim/Daisy
Rating: T (for language and dirty noises)
Summary: “Oh, really, how so?” She asked, trying to keep calm, unable to hear anything other than the noises coming from Tim’s bedroom last night, looping over and over in her mind."


N.B: Oh, I stole this icon from around here somewhere a while ago, but can't find who made it. Does anybody know so I can credit them properly? Thanks (: 


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Summer DVD Review @ thetwocents.com - Beginnings

Spaced
Beginnings

Season 1, episode 1

JD - Associate Staff Writer
jd@thetwocentscorp.com

You put Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright together, and what do you get? Genius films like Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead. Of course, those are all the big screen efforts, but what about the small screen? Well, look back a decade in the past to 1999 and you'll find Spaced, a quirky comedy about a group of people trying to find their place in the world as they tread that murky place somewhere between youth and adulthood. Well, that's the serious way to put it, anyway. The more realistic way to put it is "a group of utter nutjobs who wind up thrust together by a twist of fate and have to learn to endure each others issues... all while trying to find their place in the world at a rather confusing stage of life".

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