She is Poetry & Prozac... (freneticfloetry) wrote,
She is Poetry & Prozac...
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This is your brain on yuletide.

yuletide has eaten my brain. Evil bunnies are evil. And they're multiplying. Even with one fic nearly-finished and another halfway there (neither of which, I might add, is technically the same is "done"), I am trolling the pinch hitters comm like the ho stroll, in search of stray goodies.

I need help.

And yet, having the time of my life over here. I may write nothing but spec, original bunnies, and obscure fandoms for the rest of my life.

In other news, I miss SPN. That could be in part because Stacie and I may or may not have watched all eight episodes of Kripke's horribly subpar Tarzan (starring a frigid and awful Sarah Wayne Callies, an always-awesome Miguel Nunez, Jr., a fried-blonde Leighton Meester, and a too-pretty-for-this-earth Travis Fimmel). King of the Pilot David Nutter tried to work his usual magic, and even that fell flat. And yet... the pretty, it called to us. I hear Fimmel's stationed in my neck of the woods these days, working on The Beast with Patrick Swayze. I have (perhaps irrational) high hopes for it, but frankly, there's nowhere to go but up.

So today's writer's block was interesting. Rampant UCer that I am, it had to be answered.

Spike and Angel, President Roslin and Gaius Baltar, Harry and Hermione—shippers often find pairings that the original author might have overlooked. What coupling of fictional characters would you most like to see?
Chloe Sullivan and Oliver Queen (Smallville)
Malcolm Reynolds and Kaylee Fry (Firefly)
Michael Guerin and Liz Parker, Kyle Valenti and Isabel Evans (Roswell)

And of course, the crossover ships:
Dean Winchester and Chloe Sullivan (Supernatural/Smallville)
Malcolm Reynolds and Kara Thrace (Firefly/Battlestar Galactica)
Jack Harkness and Simon Tam (Firefly/Torchwood)

miniglik has made me all Terminator Salvation obsessed. The trailer is gorgeous. I'm having vidding thoughts. Evil bunnies in a new medium. That never ends well.
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