For those who aren’t aware, today is not a good day for me. I’ve spent the better part of it drinking through several bottles of wine and half a dozen cans of beer. So however much I want to write some random alcohol fuelled diatribe, perhaps now is not the best time.
Instead, I will share thirteen of my favourite YouTube videos; all of which I have watched at various times today to either (a) distract me, (b) make me smile/laugh or (c) distract me a bit more. Perhaps you too will get some enjoyment from them :)
I still haven’t had the chance to listen to the entire of the new album, but I’m loving this track.
Doctor Who: Time Crash
This was filmed as a Children in Need Doctor Who special in 2007 featuring David Tennant and Peter Davison. I love it.
Doctor Who: The Unicorn and the Wasp
This is one of my favourite Doctor Who scenes of all time. Never fails to make me laugh.
Taking Back the Land (Paul Mounsey)
Paul Mounsey is a Scottish musician whom I have adored for years. This, is one my favourites.
Black Books: Bernard and Manny write a children’s book
One of my favourite sequences from UK comedy Black Books.
Doctor Who: The Pandorica Opens
An epic speech that I know off by heart. One of my favourite Matt Smith moments.
Supernatural: The French Connection
Okay, so it was season 2 that I watched five years ago, but this scene from season 6 is magnificent (Jared and Jensen play Dean and Sam who end up in a parallel universe playing Jared and Jensen filming an episode of Supernatural)
Slacker (Opening scene)
One of my favourite indie movies of all time.
Doctor Who: The Last of the Timelords
This episode, and the preceeding two parts of the trilogy, helped me during my long depression this time in 2007.
Skins: Season 1 ending
I love this show. I love this season ending.
My Neighbor Totoro (Theme)
A beautiful piece of music with lots of memories attached.
Eddie Izzard: Cats and Dogs sketch
My favourite stand-up comedian, bar none.
The Story (Brandi Carlile)
A song that will always remind me of the period when I began writing this blog five years ago. So much more relevant to me now.
Hopefully normal service will be resumed tomorrow. Until then, take care of yourselves, and have a wonderful day :)