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    Stories of Tyler Jensen and his successors in the A/V lab at Miami-Dade Crime Lab.

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    It turns out that there is a reason Hollyoaks village. like the setting of most soap operas, is fulll of chaos and discord. A supernatural reason. Oh, and Amy Barnes is a Vampire Slayer.

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    There are many possible ways for the uninitiated to discover what to do in a same sex relationship. The following series of reports examines one such possibility and the subsequent development of the relationship between Chris Keel and Sam Curtis.

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    It’s not as if Jack was totally inept when it came to technology. He could handle his Tweeter (Tweety? Twits? Twitter? Did it really matter?) just fine and if he’s honest, he much preferred texting to calling most days. So when he gets added to a group chat full of strangers, well, he’s pretty sure he can handle whatever comes next.

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    13 Nov 2020

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    The group chat story with a Jack who never went to Samwell

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    Instead of flying from the trapeze at age eighteen, Dick had three younger brothers, a missing carnival barker for an old man, and about eight different jobs. Which was just fine with him. It helped keep his makeshift family together. It provided a new sweatshirt for Tim who couldn’t ever seem to get warm in the winter, a proper backpack for Damian who had clutched it as though it was made of gold, and ingredients for Jason so he could cook properly for all them.

    [originally posted february 2013]

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    22 Jul 2020

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    The mask-free AU I couldn't find last time I looked for it.

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    It is a well-established fact in marine biology that the octopus is the drunk texter of the cephalopod family.

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    16 Sep 2018

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    The summary says it all.

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    The Dumbledore's Army use the Room of the Requirement to get themselves a spaceship.

    (Knowledge about Stargate is not necessary to read this story)

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    04 Jul 2018

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    This is the "Hogwarts kids find an Asgard spaceship" story I keep losing!

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    Jensen is a baker who keeps getting accosted by a wolf with a sweet tooth every time he tries to deliver food to his grandmother’s house.

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    23 Sep 2014

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    This wasn't the story I was going to review. I had another story in mind when I started paging through AO3 looking for the links. As usual I browsed as I went, because that's half the fun, and in the process I came across this one. Snorting hot tea is not recommended.

    Yes, it's yet another Little Red Riding Hood parody, and Lord knows there are enough of those in the fandoms I read. This one however is written with such verve and sweeping silliness that I had to rec it. Honestly, it practically recommends itself; the writing is good and solid, consistently mildly absurdist in its humour, and the whole thing makes sense on its own level.

    If this is what I get when I go "walking in the woods" of AO3, I really must get out there more!

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