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20 things the doctor did in his spare time

By lolololololololol

Humor / Scifi

Chapter 1: Balls

Ring ring ring

“Hello Amelia Pond.”

“Oh hi Amy, just seeing how you’re doing.”

“Why are you calling me again?”

“Balls, I can’t find my balls.”

Amy stopped. “Wait what?”

“Yes, haven’t you heard me? I can’t find my balls anywhere. It’s not in my Tardis last time I checked.”

“I-” Amy coughed, “You, can’t find your, balls?”

“Yes! You know where they are?”

“Um…”

“Amy?”

“Aren’t they right between your legs?”

“No! I had a blue and green one. You know those small little balls that bounce when you throw them at the floor?”

“Oh that…I thought you meant…forget about it.”

“Okay.”

“Weren’t you about to go find your ‘bouncy’ balls?”

“What balls?”

“Oh, just forget about it.” Amy hung up. Okay, if this Doctor keeps on going on like this she’s going to start worrying.


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