Sisters and Acolytes
This blog post started as a response to a comment on the previous post, but actually developed into a bit of a rant so I decided to make it a full post. It follows on from the anonymous comments we have been getting lately and a question posed to us.
Firstly to deal with the Anon posters, it seems we need to find a way to distinguish between our various "anonymous" readers (unless of course, we are dealing with a psychotic schizophrenic Troll addicted to blogging, who is clearly beyond the help of any Doctor!) I suggest we use the Cat in the Hat methodology that our enamoured Lord has shown he is so fond of. In this way the anonymous Troll becomes Thing 1 and the other anonymous poster becomes Thing 2. Sallee remains as Anon Sallee as she identified herself!
So in answer to Thing 2, I have been pondering your question whilst trying to restore peace to LAlaland today and I can truthfully say that I don't actually hate the Child. Certainly not in the way that I HATE the BNP for example, or sprouts for that matter.
My feelings for the Child, such as they are, are somewhat more complex than that. I have listed below some of the things that I find disturbing, annoying, disappointing etc to the degree that I feel the need to write about it here:
1) Her "talent" is over-rated and a cynic might think that she has seized an opportunity to use the Lord as a career boost and meal ticket.
2) The apparant ease by which she can leave her young son in the care of others while she jets off to enjoy a week playing in a family-oriented theme park with said Lord is abhorrent to me. I have a son the same age as hers and do not share her ideas about the responsibility of parenthood
3) Since the start of this relationship the Lord seems to have regressed from a man aged in his mid thirties to a teenager ruled by his nether regions rather than his brain. His career has suffered - one only has to look at the awards he has won since the relationship began compared to the previous 2 years...
4) The Lord's future career is suffering from his association with children. His peers do not seem to see him as serious dramatic actor (despite his previous roles in Recovery, Secret Smile and Hammy) his new offerings being St Trinians 2 and a Simon Pegg comic/drama. He is soooo much better than this.
With regards to why I write about her at all, well all i can say is that this IS a Blog. It is specifically a Blog about David Tennant, his lusciousness, his stubble, his predilictions, his foibles and his faults. The Child is very much a part of His life as much as his dog would be if he had one. We comment on his clothes, his chosen mode of transport and his choice of eating establishments. It is a stream of consciousness from the Sisters - the type of conversation we would have in a pub over a bottle or two of Pinot Grigio if we lived nearer to each other. To find Acolytes who want to be part of this conversation has increased the fun of the blog, but if we never had any followers we would still post.
I apologise to all for the seriousness of this blog post. I felt the need to commit all of the above to the esoteric T'interweb and get it out of my own personal headspace. I then have room for more perving with the imminent return of our Lord from across the Pond and the prospect of SJA in half-term which rather conveniently I have booked as leave!
Expect a more Sister-like Blogpost at the weekend.
Tennant for now
Sister C xxx