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12 May 2007 @ 02:20 am
Wrote three M*A*S*H-Drabbles over at sgs_notebook. All slash-themed.
One crossover (I partially blame planetkiller for that one - for no special reason, I think).

( Have you seen my meds? )
planetkiller: carterplanetkiller on May 12th, 2007 01:56 am (UTC)
You write the Doctor as Hawkeye's dad slash and blame it on me? *shakes head* I think you may've gone round the bend...
the oncoming whirlwind: mash: hawklinger - looniesscap3goat on May 12th, 2007 10:36 am (UTC)
You made me write Jack/Ten/Barty and Rose/TARDIS and knitting!TARDIS... what do you expect? o___o
Finding out that Hawkeye was Ten/Jack's child is the next illogical/Freudian/whatever step. :P
(The bananas, the flirting, the manic behaviour... it's all there, you know...)
planetkiller: tardis gateplanetkiller on May 13th, 2007 08:28 pm (UTC)
I only made you write Rose/TARDIS and knitting!TARDIS! You wanted to write the Jack/Ten/Barty and I just gave you an excuse, missy. *points finger* I'll be watching you.

When you put it like that, it suddenly totally makes sense! But how did it come about? How did Jack or Ten get preggers and in Crab Apple Cove, Maine in the early 1910s (guesstimating ages here)? And how is it that Dr. Pierce took in a kid that wasn't his own? Now I have questions that must be answered! Argh!

(I just noticed you have YIM. Mind if I add you to mine?)
the oncoming whirlwind: dw: ten - fuck me!scap3goat on May 13th, 2007 09:05 pm (UTC)
I'll be watching you.

Tell me if you see anything interesting...

How did Jack or Ten get preggers

Birds and the bees.

...in the early 1910s (guesstimating ages here)...

Well, I was of the opinion that Hawkeye was about 10 years younger. I always picked 1022/23 as his birth year.

And how is it that Dr. Pierce took in a kid that wasn't his own? Now I have questions that must be answered! Argh!

Well... the muse will figure out... somehow...

(I just noticed you have YIM. Mind if I add you to mine?)

Not at all! Let the insanity be instant... XD
(Anonymous) on May 13th, 2007 11:33 pm (UTC)
Birds and the bees.
Wouldn't that be bees and bees? :p And now I'm thinking about the Loom and how it may work. So there's this whole "Hawkeye the Loom Baby" thing in my head. And it's your fault! *points*

I always picked 1022/23 as his birth year.
I always figured he was in his early forties in 1951. *shrug* Unless, they said otherwise, we're both right.

Well... the muse will figure out... somehow...
*whispers to him* We have an agreement here. You know what to do.

Let the insanity be instant...
Mwhahahaha! Wait 'til you see what I post next...
planetkillerplanetkiller on May 13th, 2007 11:36 pm (UTC)
That was me and so is this.
“Why's he keep doing that?” the pirate asked. “Stop it! You can't eat me belt. I need my belt to hold me sword!” Anthony Ragetti pushed at the nose of the horse nipping at his leather clothing. The horse just nipped at his fingers, causing the undead man to give a short squeal of pain.

“This wouldn't have happened if you had agreed to ride in a car,” the other traveller interjected. Both Ragetti and the horse turned to look at the man they had forgotten was there. Sylar pulled an expensive pocket watch from within the recesses of his coat and glanced at the time. “We need to move on.” The horse chose that moment to nip at Ragetti's belt again. “Harkness, stop it!” the watchmaker commanded. The horse obeyed instantly.

“'ow did you manage that?” Ragetti asked.

“Don't worry about it. Now you're sure this friend of yours will be willing to...help me with my experiment?” Sylar asked as the trio started off again. He glanced at his watch again before depositing it back in his coat.

“Yeah, Tia Dalma's a sweet lady. I'm sure she and her old man will be willing to 'elp.” Sylar rolled his eyes at the pirate. The accent had changed again. If it wasn't for the fact that he had attacked the man and watched him remain standing, he would've thought that the pirate was lying to him. “And then you'll help me find a human eye, right?” Ragetti continued.

“She's a voodoo priestess?” Sylar asked. He couldn't believe he was buying into all this. Men who could fly, he was willing to believe. Magick being real? Not so much. The pirate nodded and made an attempt to push Harkness away from him again. “What about her...'old man?'” The words rolled with disgust in Sylar's mouth.

“He used to be the captain of a ship.” Ragetti was acting funny again. Sylar briefly cursed himself for not eating someone who understood human nature better than he did.

“What ship, Ragetti?” he grumbled.

“The Flying Dutchman,” the pirate replied. Ragetti gave a squeal of horror before spitting on his hands and turning in a circle three times. Sylar gave him a look that clearly said, 'This is a load of bullshit.'”

“The Flying Dutchman?” The undead man gave a squeal of horror and spat into his hands. “You do that stupid dance again and I'll leave you hear with Harkness,” Sylar threatened. Ragetti gave it some careful consideration before dropping his hands to his sides. “Good. You're telling me the voodoo priestess is married to Davy Jones?”

“Yep,” Ragetti replied.

“Is that actually 17th century slang?” Sylar asked.

“Wat?” the pirate responded, giving him a look of confusion.

“Never mind,” Sylar replied. He shook his head. If he believed in Fate, Sylar would have said that she was attempting to kill him by way of pirate. Sylar shook his head again. “Come on, we have a dinner reservation I don't want to be late for.”
the oncoming whirlwind: sga: sheppard - i am minescap3goat on May 14th, 2007 01:18 am (UTC)
Re: That was me and so is this.
Sylar and Harkness have a thing going on, right? :D
planetkiller: helpless mackenzieplanetkiller on May 14th, 2007 02:11 am (UTC)
Re: That was me and so is this.
Did I forget to mention that Sylar ate somebody who's power was to turn people into animals and that Harkness the horse is in fact Capt. Jack? Who's just trying to warn poor Ragetti that his friends are going to be sliced and eaten in front of him? Or is trying to start a threeway?
the oncoming whirlwind: faust: mephisto - omniscient I am notscap3goat on May 14th, 2007 01:16 am (UTC)
The Loom?

Well, the book says he's thirty when the war is over. Not that I would have read the book...

He knows perfectly well... XD

I loved it! :D