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100 Things (again)

So after spending quite a lot of time thinking about what I wanted to blog about for this challenge, I finally decided on TV 100. This will be broken down into 50 series and 50 pairings.

I didn't want to do something that was totally fandom related and try as I might I couldn't come up with anything that was totally personal. Thus, this seemed like a fair compromise (I'm British, we do compromise so well *g*) as not all (not most) if the series will be fandoms and at least half of the pairings will be ones that don't have a fannish connection for me.

My tentative 'plan' is to actually decide on the series and pairings and then alternate them a series, a pairing, a series, a pairing etc. in alphabetical order - but we'll see. I may actually just be (shock horror) random for once *g*




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