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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#90 - amonamonamon
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Why is it not OK to just watch a show and not be taken in by the fanbase anymore?

Sure, you enjoyed the show, good for you. Now go talk about it to others who enjoyed it, but don't act as though you're part of some exclusive club. I guarantee 90% of the people who watch Doctor Who are those who live in the UK anyway, ever since it began running again with Chris Eccleston. Do you see them fan-boning each other after every episode? No.

Because the majority of them have dignity, and aren't just jumping on some ***************************.
#117 to #90 - teenytinyspider
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Not trying to pick a fight here, but you are on the internet. Where I live, VERY FEW people like Doctor Who. I haven't met one other person where I live that I know that likes Doctor Who or probably has even heard of the show. I go to the Internet to find my fellow friends, and the only way I can find them is when they post things like this, like a big neon sign that says,"DW FAN HERE! COME TALK TO ME!"

I don't go always obsessing about it but I am saying it's how DW fans find each other, especially ones who are as isolated as I am.

Before you say,"GO FIND SOME FRIENDS" I tried...everyone around here likes football and hunting.
#127 to #117 - anon id: 25849888
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You don't need friends to enjoy something for yourself.
User avatar #100 to #90 - madjackwack
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most of us from britain watch it but don't use quotes every second or bum each other about it. but i'm pretty sure the majority of the fan club is british because some of the britfags use DW reaction pics almost every comment they post and use him as an excuse to argue against americans who insult us.
User avatar #108 to #100 - TuccessfulSroll
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... Every god Damn person around me won't stfu about the doctor. Amerifag here.
User avatar #95 to #90 - stultum
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I always obsess about things I like. I had a harry potter obsession, was discworld- obsessed for a while, and the list goes on and on. (most obsessions stay in a milder form.) until now, I always managed to keep my obsessions to myself. what is different about doctor who, is that some of my friends like it too. so now it is getting hard to keep it inside my head.

and I am sure I am not the only one.
#94 to #90 - anon id: 25849888
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And the same goes for Sherlock, too :I