qatsi (qatsi) wrote,

Silly Things To Do ...

nwhyte posted some memage about a week ago that I've been meaning to try out myself:
Make a list of all the characters in your icons. (Although you may have more than one icon of a single character, they only go on the list once.) Alphabetize it. Take the first two people on the list; that's your first pairing. Second two people; second pairing. etc.

I mis-applied the rules once or twice, so these results are not all strictly accurate, but having discovered them, some were too tempting to drop.

  1. J S Bach and Sherlock Holmes (Jeremy Brett).
    I suspect Mycroft would be more Johann Sebastian's cantata of coffee, but I imagine the Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin would help things along, and The Well Tempered Cocaine-Bottle could be fun, too.

  2. The Doctor (Tom Baker) and Kim and Aggie (from How Clean Is Your House).
    Let's be honest: this isn't a relationship, it's a Dead Ringers sketch.
    Kim: Doctor, there are so many rooms here, when did you last clean any of them?
    The Doctor: Oh, I think it must have been sometime in the last 800 years or so.
    Aggie: Well, Doctor, the results are back from the lab. I can tell you that we've found traces of crystals from Metebelis Three. Now these can be very dangerous ...
    The Doctor: Would you like a jelly baby? They're very good, you know.

  3. Vila and Wally.
    A stable relationship, mainly because neither character could be bothered to change that. There might be the occasional discussion about whose turn it is to refill the coffee. They could have a wild time gambling in Vegas, if they could make the effort for the trip.

  4. The Wire and Harold Zidler (from Moulin Rouge).
    The opposite of the previous one, perhaps the ultimate high-energy relationship. But I think it would end with a bang and a whimper.

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