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    A nonathletic!Jack series, where grad student and history nerd, Jack Zimmermann meets the cute Samwell student/baker Eric Bittle at the Bread and Butter Bakery. The two make a love connection. Sweetness ensues.

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    The adventures of Dean, Rhonda Hurley, and a pair of pink panties.

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    “You’ve been dragging us to bumfuck nowhere with that mating call for three years when you hear there’s a sighting. But we’ve never considered: what happens if Bigfoot answers it? That’s the goal, isn’t it? You’ve been after that good, good Bigfoot dick this whole time!”

    Dex sputters. “I don’t want to fuck Bigfoot! Jesus, Nurse!” He glances at the others, disbelieving. “Back me up here, guys.”

    Silence. Lardo says, “You do own a Bigfoot mating call, dude.”

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    14 Feb 2019

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    Samwell is the kind of town where everyone knows everyone. That’s why everybody knows that Eric “Bitty” Bittle’s bakery is the only place to get a decent pie, why everybody knows that if you want to teach your kid to dance or sing you send them to Adam Birkholtz, and why everybody in town has a bet on when single dad Derek Nurse and diner owner and purveyor of Samwell’s best coffee Will Poindexter are going to finally stop messing around and get together.

    (or: the Gilmore Girls au that absolutely no one asked for)

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    27 Sep 2018

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    He had locked it away. He had locked it deep inside of him, buried beneath layers of uncertainty and fear, so that it might never be remembered. A quiet, unspoken truth - a balmy summer breeze, a contented sigh. A truth he had once known, but chose to forget.

    He had been in love with Hank.

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    17 Aug 2018

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    After the epilogue, Taako and Kravitz have a really good day.

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    20 Apr 2018

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    The Shire is spread out at Bilbo’s feet like a green duvet that stretches out as far as the eye can see. The air is full of birdsong and the indistinct murmur of a small town; conversation, laughter, and squabbling all blending together into a single cohesive whole.

    Bilbo stands on young strong legs without thinking and takes three shaking steps away from the polished flagstone that makes up the front step of Bag End.

    There is Farmer Maggot driving a herd of geese to market and there, there is Hamfast Gamgee tramping down Bagshot Row looking like a tween again with a flask of Gamgee rotgut poking out his back pocket. He is surrounded by faces and voices he knows, all of whom should be older and altered. Many of which should be dead.

    ‘Is this the undying land?’ Bilbo wonders and pinches himself. It feels real. It feels too real. If feels… familiar.

    Bilbo gets sent back from the Undying Lands for one last try. Sometimes perspective makes all the difference.

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    28 Feb 2018

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