He noticed everyone. He didn't much care about himself, and he didn't get why so many others did. Rose had been a shop girl when he met her. He remembered the very day he picked her up off her feet and showed her the universe. The first time she'd hesitated, she'd been right to. The life of time travel was a dangerous one. The second time however, she didn't. That was what confused him. She'd accepted him and his dangerous life, despite knowing no matter where he went destruction followed him.
He didn't mean for it to, but it happened. They called him the Oncoming Storm in the stories for a reason. She just accepted it. Treated him as a friend, and now her friendship with him had gotten her locked in a cage in hell. Biblical hell and he didn't know how to fix it. That seemed to be a theme since he'd arrived. Rose had told him he couldn't fix things the way he always had before with sonic and hugs, and she'd been right. Much as he wanted to deny it, he had no clue what he was doing half the time and was just running on instinct. He didn't like not knowing.
"Take a girl to see the universe and she wanders off on you every bloody time even when you tell her she might die." He smirked a little manically and took another bite of a sandwich. He wasn't very picky when it came to food at least. Filling, decent flavor and he didn't care what it was. Earth was quaint in it's food though, it amused him. So simple and he loved that about it.
"Certainly wasn't an insult. Didn't call you apes." He smirked. "Rose used to hate that."