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  1. Summary

    A Twilight multichapter story, with associated outtakes

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  1. Public Bookmark 26

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    The one where Jim and Leonard meet because their daughters know each other.

    Also, Jim happens to be a porn star.

    Leonard is...familiar with Jim's work.

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    25 Mar 2014

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    John and Sherlock meet for the first time as old men in Sussex.

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    10 Oct 2013

  3. Public Bookmark 7

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    Harry is not terribly surprised that there are magical plumbers, chimney sweeps, and pest control men. He is surprised that one of them is Draco Malfoy. And that he’s bloody hot in a jumpsuit.

    Featured Book: Gilderoy Lockhart’s Guide to Household Pests

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    4 Oct 2013

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    Mummy sends a trunk from the Holmes cottage in Sussex to 221B. Its contents alter the way John and Sherlock see themselves and one another.

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    12 Sep 2013

  5. Public Bookmark 53

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    After three months of weekend bar-hopping and a slow process of elimination -- with finding the right bar, that was, and tragically not discovering who Bones was into -- Jim was starting to narrow it down. Bones was actively scowling less, which seemed like a good sign, but Jim still didn’t quite have it right, and lo, he was determined.

    Operation: Bones, Lighten Up was making staggeringly slow progress. But Jim liked Bones and his vocal method of observation, so that wasn’t necessarily a problem. They noticed the same things, Jim had noted, but had totally different reactions to them, and that struck Jim as very entertaining. Burdened both by less work and the according ethic than Bones, Jim regularly went out with others during the week (and usually came home with others, too), but he still found himself looking forward to weekend evenings most. Bones was by far his preferred bar-going companion. And in spite of Bones’ frequent biting remarks and utterances about regretting ever having met him, Jim suspected the feeling was mutual.

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    1 Sep 2013