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I invented a new game today.
It’s called Mycrofting. (You can only play it if you work in a big store/office with an internal phone system.)
All you have to do is memorize the extensions for the phones and Mycroft’s lines from Study in Pink.
Then you pick your John Watson (ie victim) and call every phone they walk by until they pick up. Then recite Mycroft’s lines until 1) They hang up 2)They start crying 3) They start yelling 4) They figure out who you are.
How do you win? You get to the end of Mycroft’s lines from Study without getting busted.
Then the game begins again!
Fun and Games || Renry
Hearing the yes come from Henry’s lips was music to the young redheads ears. She was out of the cell now but they hadn’t left the cellar just yet. Standing in front of the open door she made a face almost like she was thinking about something. She had spent the entire night in here cold, shivering and wet but now she couldn’t stop smiling and all because of the man standing before her. “Hide-and-Seek is a fun game but I much prefer…tag!” Quickly she tapped Henry’s shoulder a wicked little grin on her lips before darting away up the stairs out of the cellar and in the direction of Henry’s room.
Fun and Games part 2
Paring: Kurt Elizabeth Hummel and Blaine Devon Anderson (they just don’t know it yet)
Words: Just over 1K
Rating: T for the occasional curse word.
AU where Blaine is a Let’s Player that records himself playing video games and acting like a fool and puts them on YouTube. Kurt is a fan that may or may not be a little obsessed with him.
Due to popular demand a part 2 has been made! :) Here’s Part 1 in case you haven’t read it.
Kurt toyed around with the scarf that clung to his neck while he waited for his Grande nonfat Mocha Latte, bouncing on his heels ever so slightly.
Even though the snow was melting and the grass was attempting to grow again it was far too cold, and Kurt was forced to curl up in a Starbucks knock-off shop called the Lima Bean for warmth. Not that he was complaining much, the coffee was decent and for a cheaper price, and quiet enough that he could slink off to a back booth and read a book if he wanted.