McCoy: Hiccups, eh? You know, come to think of it, I don’t think I’ve ever caught him hiccupin’ before…

Spock: Vulcans are as equally prone to hiccups as humans are.

McCoy: I suppose your “superior” Vulcan biology allows you to control them better?

Spock: On the contrary, Doctor. Vulcans are merely less prone to partake in the causes of hiccups such as consuming carbonated or alcoholic beverages, or suffering from emotional stress or excitement.

McCoy: No emotional stress or excitement, eh? *leans closer to Spock, refusing to blink or break the eye contact*

Spock: *stiffens posture* What are you doing, Doctor? 

McCoy: *moves a bit closer, grinning* Don’t mind me, Mr. Spock. 

Spock: That is becoming increasingly difficult, given you are enclosing on my personal space rather quickly.

McCoy:  *stills* Oh. Is my closeness bothering you?

Spock: *flushes slightly* I did not state that it did.

McCoy: Then you’ll have no problem with this, right? *Pecks Spock’s cheek with a kiss*

Spock:  *inahales sharply in surprise* Doctor, I- *flinches*

McCoy: Spock? *moves away a bit* What’s wrong?

Spock: *hesitates* I think that-HIC

McCoy:  …You’re kidding me. *grins*

Spock: This is not hu-HIC-merous, Leonard.

McCoy: *bursts out laughing* Oh my god! You’ve actually got the hiccups! I gotta show Jim this! *rushes out the door*

Spock:  *calling after him* Leonard, do not-HIC-involve the -HIC-Captain!


McCoy: “Thankfully, it seems that Spock is rather reluctant to call me that.”

((OOC: Here’s some filler for you guys while we work on out BIG SPECIAL SURPRISE FOR YOU! Sorry it’s taking so long, but working on the story and the art between the three of us, especially when we’re in different time zones, makes it take a bit longer. Sooooo, enjoy this little drawing!))