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Fic: ''Bad Boy' Thing' (Marvel) ... PG | Kate Bishop, Wiccan

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  • Pixie Child
    Title: Bad Boy Thing Author: Pixie Child ( glitery_insane_pixie_child@yahoo.ca / http://pixie.submystic.com ) Fandom: Marvel Comics - Young Avengers (+ New
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 5, 2010
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      Title: 'Bad Boy' Thing
      Author: Pixie Child ( glitery_insane_pixie_child@... / http://pixie.submystic.com )
      Fandom: Marvel Comics - Young Avengers (+ New X-Men II)
      Characters: Kate Bishop (Hawkeye), Billy Kaplan (Wiccan)
      Pairing: implied Eli/Kate, plus various others
      Rating: PG
      Summary: Billy doesn't understand.
      Feedback: is a must!
      Disclaimer: Not mine. I play with other people's toys.
      Posted: October 05, 2010
      "What's with the 'bad boy' attraction?"
      "What do you mean, Billy?" Kate asked.
      "Well, excluding the whole librarian thing, Eli probably counts. And you were sort of interested in Tommy for a while."
      Kate felt her eyebrows almost hit her hairline. "Are you asking me why I'm not attracted to you?"
      "What? No!" Kate smiled a little at how fast Billy answered that.
      "Then what?" She blinked. "And who else are you talking about?"
      "Well, Tommy's dating Megan. And last night I was on IM with Vic. You know, Anole?" Kate nodded. "Apparently, he's, uh... seeing Julian."
      "Really?" She asked, surprised. "That's one I hadn't seen coming."
      "So what's the attraction?"
      "Didn't you used to have a crush on the Human Torch?"
      Billy blushed. "Uh, I guess."
      "It's the same thing." Kate's iPhone beeped. She reached down and fished it out of her purse. "Bank robbers downtown." She read. "Patriot's requesting back-up." Kate dropped her phone back into her bag and stood up. "But just for the record, Billy? I can't really answer your question. Eli couldn't really be a 'bad boy' at heart, no matter how hard he tries."

                         ~  Pixie Child 
      Ellie: I make it six each.
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      Castle: I can't believe you'd blow off illegal fireworks for a lousy head start at a top-notch education!
      Chloe: Statistical fact, Clark Kent can't get within five feet of Lana Lang without turning into a total freak show.
      Kennedy: Buffy believes in you.
      Willow: You know, Buffy; sweet girl, not that bright.
      Matt Albie: Was she calling us Hollywood liberals or was she calling us gay?
      Danny Tripp: It's a pretty fine distinction.
      Sheppard: What’s our status, Rodney?
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      Chang: We need breathing room.
      Kirk: Earth. Hitler, 1938.
      Chang: I beg your pardon?
      Sarah: You come any closer and I shoot.
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