Table of Doom
|01.||Gray (1331)||02.||Action/Adventure (1069)||03.||First (1329)||04.||Coming Home||05.||Happy (1000)|
|06.||Once Upon a Time (1000)||07.||Max Beerbohm Quote||08.||First Line (1199)||09.||Rolling in the Deep (2368)||10.||The Great Escape (1333)|
7 to go
2. Action/Adventure - a genre.
4. Coming Home - because unless you're agoraphobic, sometimes you leave, and generally, you come back.
7. “To destroy is still the strongest instinct in nature.” --Max Beerbohm
11-15. Five times someone did, said, was, wasn't, (insert verb here) something or other.
Prompt: Five Times...
Word Count: 1311
Original/Fandom: the Mentalist
Pairings (if any):
Warnings (Non-Con/Dub-Con/Underage): AU
Summary: Patrick Jane is a consultant of a different kind.
prompt: Cold Comfort
Word Count: 474
Pairings (if any): not yet
Warnings (Non-Con/Dub-Con/RPF etc): …this is a sort of follow-up to All Through the Night (What is RPF?)
Summary: So options – take your chances with the creatures in the forest or the one sharing your camp.
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Prompt: Fluff, coffee
Word Count: 502
Original/Fandom: X Men
Pairings (if any): Domino/Deadpool...sort of
Warnings (Non-Con/Dub-Con etc): ...
Summary: The problem isn't so much that he's a nerd but a homicidal, schizoid lunatic.
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Title: Over Troubled Waters
Prompt: Great Escape
Original/Fandom: Avatar: the Last Airbender
Pairings (if any): Kanna/Pakku
Warnings (Non-Con/Dub-Con/Underage: Slight AU that's only noticeable if you've seen the show.
Summary: The problem with an escape is someone somewhere always spots you.
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Prompt: Old Shoes, Twenty Years Later
Word Count: 231
Pairings (if any) ...
Warnings (Non-Con/Dub-Con etc): Crossover
Summary: Wade and Chris are friends. No. Really.
“Check it, Chris. We found bigger nerds than you.”
“I’m not a nerd.”
“Have you ever even touched a girl before?”
“I’m not continuing this conversation with you. It’s juvenile and pointless.”
“So that would be a no, and you are, by definition, a nerd.”
“Definition? Do you even know what a dictionary looks like?”
“I’m sorry, but I can’t hear you over how much of nerd you are.”
“I’ve never seen you with a girl, Wilson.”
“It’s not like I’m some human scab factory anymore. Of course I get girls. Have you seen these dimples?”
“You are simple.”
“Maybe, but at least I don’t wear twenty year old shoes. Did you steal those off your Grampy’s corpse?”
“I hate you, you know. In fact, if we are ever in a situation where we are being chased by any kind of homicidal creatures, I am going to trip you. And I will laugh.”
“…You are a disturbed little nerd, aren’t you? Look, I like you, Chris. Really, despite your nerdy ways and antisocial tendencies and general candy-pantsness, you’re a good kid. I’ll help you get a girl.”
“No, listen. I’m serious. Just next time you see a fine senorita, just say hi, compliment her hair, and ask her to grab some tacos. Easy as that.”
“Has that ever worked?”
“Don’t question me, nerd. I’m trying to help you here.”
Make a list of all the characters in your icons. (Although you may have more than one icon of a single character, they only go on the list once.) Alphabetize it. Take the first two people on the list; that's your first pairing. Second two people; second pairing, etc. Treat us to some commentary once you're done.
( It's rather short )