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Except saying that she’s vain because she fell in upendo with Ten instead of Nine is absolutely incorrect, because she fell in upendo with Nine first, and initially did not accept Ten because he was not Nine.

Putting aside the fact that Christopher Eccleston is quite attractive (he’s not “pretty," no, but have wewe seen his eyes? They’re the color of an arctic ocean; they’re beautiful), anyone with eyes can see that Rose fell in upendo with Nine first. She may not have realized it, she may have not been as open with her affections, but it was there. For example:

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posted by Happyhour
I know some of wewe can't see this on the actual BBC website, but if wewe live in the UK wewe can find this story here:
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Also, if wewe can't access the site, part one of this story can be found here:
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No. 1, Gallows Gate Road. Part Two. Written kwa Rupert Laight. Illustrations kwa Brian Williamson.



The Doctor heard a distant voice. A young woman. 'Is he all right?'

'He still looks very pale,' alisema another voice. 'Hold on, I think he's coming round.'

The Doctor sat up, and reality span into focus. 'I'm fine now,' he said, still on the floor kwa the front door. 'I think I won the battle.' And he began...
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