I should say there is a literal pop to that last sentence, or rather crack. I immediately felt something on one of my teeth, or rather something stuck in between two of the teeth. Thinking it was a rather thick glob of sugar (which can happen), I quickly picked out a pen from my backpack as my tongue didn't seem to be able to dislodge the thing. A pen cap can work quite well as a toothpick. So with pen cap in hand, I shoved it back there and managed to get the glob unstuck, and found myself in yet another dilemma. This was no sugary glob. This was a part of a tooth. Two teeth to be exact. So yes. I broke two teeth while biting down on a fruit by the foot. My parents had fun with that information. So I'm going to need a couple of crowns in the near future. Hooray me.
I still made it to the Doctor Who marathon where I indulged in a couple of vodka martinis (mainly due to the fact that Skyfall is coming out today and there was a slight chance that everyone at the marathon would head off to see the midnight showing drunk) while watching the good Doctor battle Cybermen, Daleks, and those Weeping Angels. We had a drinking game going on while watching said marathon and I want to say, the guy who brought the rules is, for lack of a better word, an *******. Let's just say that based on one episode alone, everyone there would have died from alcohol poisoning. There are rules stating we have to drink whenever a Dalek says "Exterminate," whenever a Cyberman says "Delete," and whenever the good Doctor uses his screwdriver. Add those to the finale episode with the 10th Doctor and Rose (the one where Cybermen and Daleks attack each other) we were cursing the guy who dared to print out these rules.
Sounds like a good time gone wrong. Also, why would one have that "rule" to drink everytime a word pops up? Especially when it sounds like the character says it every other word?!
Did you start with the very first?