Steve Eddison

Sometimes, worries can be bigger on the inside

Dylan’s dojos were lost in space until a deep search revealed his reading record

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When the Doctor gets a new assistant in Doctor Who, it’s interesting to watch their reaction on discovering the Tardis is bigger on the inside than the outside. Bill Potts, the Doctor’s time-travelling assistant, thought he’d built an extension on the back of a cool 1960s-style police box. It wasn’t until it transported her elsewhere that she recognised its seemingly impossible dimensions were real.

Right now, I am having similar problems regarding Dylan’s bag. It might not be bigger on the inside but it does contain more things than seems physically possible. A downside of this is that he can ...

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