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What happened: [livejournal.com profile] st_respect had a lightning round. Ten short fics/arts per team, less than a day to get everything in, one point per entry. I woke up this morning, saw we only had two entries in, went AAAGH like Bones and started spewing tiny cracky things all over the place.

So here are five Very WERY cracky variations on the theme of "hangover". The sixth submission was the long Sad Vulcan Sarek/Spock thing.

(I just wanted to say WERY - I didn't actually manage to get Chekov in anywhere)

Blanket Disclaimer: Not. Mine.
Blanket Warning: Crack. Some of them are gross. All of them are goofy.


1.
Pairing: Bones/Hypospray
Rating: R
Warnings: Crack.
Words: 213

AAGH, says Bones. )

2.
Pairing: Jim/Jim/Jim/Jim/etc
Rating: PG-13?
Warnings: Crack.
Words: 240

Risa's not called a pleasure planet for nothing. )

3.
Pairing: Jim/Gorn
Rating: R for language
Warnings: Crack.
Words: 192

Humans are intoxicating. )

4.
Pairing: Unrequited Keenser/Pike
Rating: PG
Warnings: Crack.
Words: 345

A week before the Enterprise's relaunch and they've changed his coffee-bearer. )

5.
Title: Aftertaste
Pairing: Pike/Brains (a short interlude, goes with zombie!Pike fic)
Rating: PG
Warnings: Crack.
Words: 132

Barnett's brains give him a headache. )
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My apartment is overrun with little clay people. Little Spock and Bones are sprawled on my couch with half of little Cupcake and clay-Jim-head is trying to kiss clay-Spock-head and little-sitting-Bones' arm is falling off for the tenth time.

And on top of all that there are imaginary damn starship captains. I don't even particularly like Kirk, but - "Jim," I groan, "what do you want?"

Just a portrait painted straight from a photo. Nothing more explicit than a blinding smile & bright colors. )

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