ROSE: Are you going to help me here someday? JOHN: I’m a timelord, I lived in a box for 900 years, I can’t cook. ROSE: No, you were a timelord. JOHN: Now i’m your husband. ROSE: Shut up. -She smiled- JOHN: Oi, don’t tell me what to do.
He stepped closer and hugged her from behind. Rose smiled and he kissed her neck smiling.
“If you know me you know how uncool I am. I stutter, wear bad clothes, make bad jokes, make conversations uncomfortable, the list goes on. Thank you for making me feel okay.” – Peter Lewis Kingston “Pete” Wentz III (born June 5, 1979)
okay though could you imagine the opening to a pete’s world spinoff though?
the first episode starts off just like ‘rose’ did: zoom in on an alarm clock, except when rose turns it off and “westminster bridge” starts playing, she’s already dressed and ready to go. she leaves her slightly disorganized apartment and drives herself to work.
instead of working in the shop, we see rose working both at a desk and on her feet examining technology and talking with co-workers. she doesn’t seem disgruntled with her job, but she doesn’t look all that thrilled either.
on her lunch break, she sits at the same fountain we saw her at with mickey, but this time she’s alone. she scrolls on her phone while eating chips, and we see a small, sad smile and a picture of tony from jackie.
back at work, she finishes a pile of paperwork only for a larger pile to come onto her desk, and rose sighs and looks frustrated.
time flies and rose packs up to go home, and pete tyler pops his head out of his office, handing rose a black bag and giving her a nod and a slightly awkward pat of affection. as she walks away, we see the corner of her mouth perk up a little into a smirk.
she goes down an elevator and up until now it seems like we are going to see rose meet up with mickey and the dimension cannon, but…
she gets out of the elevator and we see an expression of disbelief as the camera cuts to a shot of a big blue police box.
rose immediately walks into the doors, the shock turning into wonder and after a beat, asks, “Is it ready?”
the camera suddenly cuts to the new TARDIS’ occupant, the doctor in his blue suit and a huge grin on his face.
“That depends, Ms. Tyler. Are you?”
cut back to rose, who is smiling so brightly she could have blinded the doctor where he stood.
Tentoo has other ideas about how to spend their morning.
This is NOT a Photoshop filter, every stroke is painted by me.
He gave a rumbly little growl as he came up behind her, hands finding her waist, he dipped his head to nuzzle her neck and shoulder. “Come back to bed,” he all but purred.
Rose grinned, carefully adjusting her hold on the mug she was holding so he wouldn’t make her drop it. “Doctor, I’m trying to look at the weather report,” she said, her eyes on the tablet in front of her. “And I made coffee.”
He growled again, this one more aggressive, as he fitted himself more firmly against her, trapping her between him and the counter. Her breath caught as he rutted his morning erection along the cleft of her arse. His hands slid down, his fingers finding the hem of the long t-shirt she’d worn to bed last night, beginning to pull it upward, inch by inch.
“Sod the coffee,” he said, his voice low and raspy from sleep. “You want to know the weather? We’ll do it facing the window.”
Pete’s World: Pregnancy – It wasn’t planned, of course it wasn’t; nothing they did was ever planned. But as far as the Doctor was concerned their daughter was the best mistake he and Rose could ever make.