but just this last one for not. because chekov

anonymous asked:

I found this and thought it would be funny for mckirk: Person A *unbuttoning shirt* : god it’s so hot in here ; Person B : I know that but why are you unbuttoning my shirt ?

  • Over the years, Leonard feels comfortable enough around Jim to flirt with him freely. It’s something Jim initiated, but now something Leonard happily reciprocates. It’s just flirting, after all. It’s fun, it’s safe, and it’s just their thing. Nothing actually happens, no matter how ridiculously cheesy their flirting gets.
  • “Hey stranger,” Jim says, resting his hand on Leonard’s shoulder as he slips down on the bar stool next to Bones, “what’s a place like you doing in a guy like this?” “That’s not even creative,” Bones replies, and Jim laughs. He refills their drinks, smile easy on his face. Leonard listens to Jim talk about his day, a smile to match Jim’s, until the other stops talking and says; “what?” “Oh, I’m sorry,” Leonard says, “I’m trying to listen, but I’m getting lost in your eyes.” Jim opens his mouth to protest, though he’s pleasantly flustered for a few seconds. “You’re just as bad as I am,” he says eventually, and Leonard laughs, too.
  • “If I were a cat I’d spend all my 9 lives with you.” “Please don’t,” Bones says, “because I’m allergic.” They’re sitting in Bones’ quarters. Bones has been reading his PADD quietly, while Jim’s nestled against him doing the same thing, just far less productive. “I’m in the mood for a pizza… a pizza you.” “Shut the fuck up,” Bones laughs, “not only is that terrible, you’re just reminding me of the fact that we don’t have pizzas here.” “York Town next month,” Jim says, “I’ll take you out for real pizza.” “Deal,” Bones says, probably a bit too quickly, “what are you doing on your PADD, anyway?” “I’m reading up cheesy pickup lines.” Bones huffs at that, turning back to his own PADD. “My doctor says I’m lacking Vitamin U,” Jim continues. “I’m your doctor, and the only thing you’re lacking is Vitamin D.” “Oh, you have no idea,” Jim says, turning to Bones with a small smile, just to throw the other off guard a little.
  • “Are you thirsty?” “Thirsty for you.”
  • “I need directions-” “Ask Sulu or Chekov.” “- Bones, can you not? I need directions to your heart.” “Lame.”
  • “There’s only one thing I would change about you, and that’s your last name.” “Really? Because I’d change lots of things about you,” Bones replies to that, “for one, you’re annoyingly stubborn.” “Bones.” “You think before you act, to the point it’s incredibly frustrating.” “Bones, please.” “You have no consideration for the Prime Directive whatsoever-” “Bones, you’re ruining the mood.“ "You purposely avoid my medical appointments. All the god damn time.” “I get it, I get it-” “You’re also so god damn beautiful you give the sun a run for its money.” Jim opens his mouth, though processes Bones’ words, and just gives him a smug smile instead. “Smooth, Bones. I’ll give you that one.”
  • He’s been working together with Uhura almost all day, and Leonard is exhausted. Uhura’s trying to translate the speech of the weird alien they picked up while Bones monitors its vitals carefully. “So how are you and Jim, huh?” Uhura asks. “Good?” Bones replies to that, “I mean, I can’t complain.” “No, I bet. Jim’s passionate in everything he does,” Uhura agrees, and Bones smiles lightly at that. “Annoyingly so.” “I’m glad, though,” Uhura says, “I haven’t seen you this happy in, well, ever.” “Thanks?” Bones says, though he’s not quite sure what that’s supposed to mean. They work together for another while, quietly so, though then Bones needs to get something off his chest after all. “Sometimes I feel like we’re an actual couple, you know?” He says, carefully so, and Uhura narrows her eyes. “Wait. What do you mean, you’re not together?”
  • They’ve spent the last couple hours in Bones’ quarters, with their usual light banter, strong drinks, and a little flirting. Though something feels different this time. Jim touches him more than usual, or Bones is just more aware of it now. He feels that hand on his shoulder even after it has left. He feels those eyes on him even when Bones is focused on his PADD. He just feels super aware of Jim’s words and his presence, and he’s not sure how to deal with this anymore. “Hey,” Jim says, and he’s suddenly really fucking close, “is it just me, or is it super hot in here?” “No, you’re right,” Bones says, watching Jim’s arm move downwards as he pulls the zipper at the back of his uniform, “but why are you pulling down the zipper of my uniform?” “Because,” Jim says, “it can always be a little hotter.” He laughs at his own joke, and Bones smiles fondly, though then finds himself leaning in closer. Actually kissing Jim is the weirdest sensation, especially because Jim kisses him back so eagerly, his hand still on Bones’ back, though sliding down to pull his shirt over Bones’ head and remove it entirely.
  • Leonard finds himself both at peace and somehow twice as conflicted afterwards. He doesn’t want to move, because Jim’s body is warm and comfortable against his own, and he doesn’t want morning to come. At the same time, though, he can’t rest easy knowing their whole friendship can’t be the same again, and that alone is enough to keep him awake. "What’s the matter?” Jim asks so suddenly, it nearly startles Bones. “Nothing.” “Don’t bullshit me, you’ve got your stiff pondering shoulders,” Jim replies to that. “Okay,” Bones says, turning to face Jim properly, “I can’t do casual.” “What?” “Casual sex.” “Okay?” Jim replies, frowning a little, “what makes you think I can?” “I know you can,” Bones says, “I’ve picked you up from numerous locations across campus during the Academy.” “Touche,” Jim says, “I mean, with you. I don’t think I could do casual with you. Plus, Uhura told me about your conversation with her and I figured if I ever needed any confirmation about how desperately in love with me you are, that was it.” Bones laughs at that, a hand running down over Jim’s naked back. “I’m liking you a little less already,” Bones replies, and Jim smiles. “No, you don’t.” 
  • It’s probably minutes later when both of them are nearly asleep (Jim’s definitely asleep), when Bones’ fingers gently trace down Jim’s spine. “No, I don’t.” 
One Last Time

Originally posted by soyiyoyo

Request: Would you like please make a Imagine Chekov properly saying goodbye to the ship’s crew? Because I need that - @putthephaserdownplease

A/N: I deleted the playlist a made to make my friend cry when I moved like a week before getting the request and it would have been such perfect mood music for this. I feel like that karma for making a playlist of song that would make my friend cry. Also Keenser’s totally find; you guys don’t have to worry. Little guy just got all tuckered out. 

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Bones: Who broke it? I’m not mad, I just want to know.
Uhura: I did. I broke it -
Bones: No. No, you didn’t. Jim?
Jim: Don’t look at me, look at Spock.
Spock: What?! I didn’t break it!
Jim: Huh, that’s weird. How’d you even know it was broken?
Spock: Because it’s sitting right in front of us and it’s broken!
Jim: Suspicious.
Spock: No, it’s not!
Sulu: If it matters, probably not but… Chekov was the last one to use it.
Chekov: Liar! I don’t even drink that crap!
Sulu: Oh really? Then what were you doing by the coffee cart earlier?
Chekov: I use the wooden stirrers to push back my cuticles. Everyone knows that, Hikaru!
Uhura: Let’s not fight, I broke it. Let me pay for it, Leonard.
Bones: No. Who broke it?
Spock: Doctor, Mr. Scott has been awfully quiet…
Scotty: Really?!
Spock: Yeah, really!

Bones: I broke it. It burned my hand so I punched it. I predict ten minutes from now they’ll be at each other’s throats with warpaint on their faces and a pig head on a stick. Good. Its was getting a little chummy around here.

jamesttiberius  asked:

au where pike lives and he's in charge of comms with the enterprise, so he has to filter through all the stupid videos jim takes of the crew, read through every report the crew members write up (even the ones where jim's relay of events is totally different from spock's, and the ones where chekov and sulu have a contest through their reports), listen to all of jim's captain's logs (even the surprisingly deep and romantic ones he does late at night). he just shakes his head, but he loves them

He always does Uhura’s first, because they will be the most factual and give him a good starting point to work from. He leaves Bones for last, because the first ten minutes or so are ranting about safety risk, during which Pike gets some tea, then there’s a few minutes of relevant content, then another ten minutes of requisition requests or complaining about his requisition requests being ignored or just bitching about Jim and Spock.

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anonymous asked:

Some McKirk where Bones wants to leave the Enterprise for any reason and Jim desperately tries to convince him to stay

  • Bones has resigned so many times, it doesn’t even phase Jim when it happens again. Because Bones always changes his mind one way or another - voluntarily or not. Jim can be very persuasive. And most of the time when Bones resigns, he doesn’t even really mean it. It’s just a threat because Jim’s pissed him off, or he’s seen one too many cadets with new and exotic alien STD’s, or because Spock throws him an insult that’s too clever for a comeback. Hell, even because Chekov’s no longer hiding his whiskey in his locker. Jim has seen so many reasons why Bones wants to resign, he just knows it’s never going to happen.
  • Until one time it does. Jim has seen the resignation file in in his message box before, but he doesn’t take it much heed. And it takes another two days for Bones to approach him about it. “Can you accept my resignation, please?” he asks, surprisingly decent, and Jim raises his eyebrows. “Sure, buddy.” “I’m serious,” Bones says, and Jim nods. “Okay, sure. Look,” he says, lifting up his PADD to accept Bones’ resignation with a simple click. When he does, Bones rolls his eyes and walks off.
  • “How are you doing?” Sulu asks Jim when they both meet up for their twice a week workout session. “Yeah, I’m fine,” Jim says, “why?” “Because Leonard resigned,” Sulu says with a frown. He stands behind Jim when the other lies down on the bench press to lift weights, and Jim shrugs. “Yes, but he’s not really resigning.” Jim says, grabbing the weights and pushing it up with a grunt. “But he is, though,” Sulu says. “Nah, that’s just him threatening me because we had a small argument the other day,” Jim says, but Sulu shakes his head. “No, he’s resigning because Jo is moving to York Town, and he’s been offered a permanent position as head of Medical there.” Jim’s grip on the weights falter, and Sulu makes sure to grab it before he chokes himself on it. “What?” “Yeah, dude,” Sulu says, placing the weights down as Jim squirms away from the press and sits up straight. “I accepted his resignation.”
  • “Bones, are you insane? You can’t just resign,” Jim says when he gets to Bones’ quarters. Still in his sweatpants and old Starfleet Academy t-shirt. Bones glances up at him, though he’s not putting his PADD down. “You accepted my resignation.” “I thought you were joking!” “I literally told you I was serious,” Bones says. Jim sits down on the couch next to Bones, frown evident on his face. “I’m not going to let you resign.” “You already did.” “I take it back,” Jim says. Bones huffs, finally putting his PADD down. “You have a fully capable medical staff, you don’t need me here. I want to be with Joanna.” “But I want to have you here,” Jim says, realizing very much how selfish he’s sounding right then. “Bones, please just think about it.” “I have thought about it,” Bones says. He sighs, resting his hand on Jim’s leg just briefly, “I’m sorry, Jim. I have to do this if I ever want to see my own daughter grow up.”
  • Jim can’t blame Bones for wanting this, of course. But that doesn’t mean he’s happy about it, and he does everything in his power to keep Bones aboard the Enterprise for as long as possible. On their way to York Town they receive an opportunity for a mission that extends their trip for a day, and Jim accepts it without hesitation. The rest of the crew might groan in protest (“Seriously, Captain? We’re retrieving a rock that holds no significant importance?”) but Jim knows that means it’s just one day longer with Bones. And he spends every free hour with him. “I’m not going to convince you to stay, am I?” Jim asks right before they finally arrive at the space station. There’s so many things on Jim’s mind he wants to say but doesn’t know how to express, and does it really make a difference if Bones isn’t going to stay anyway? Bones sighs, but it’s not an annoyed sigh. He gives Jim a small smile and squeezes his shoulder. “We’ll see each other every few months, when you’re here.” “Yeah, great,” Jim says, and it’s really sarcastic. Bones knows it, too, but there’s nothing he can really do about it.
  • And Jim is absolutely miserable in Bones’ absence. Their first trip is maybe three months at most, but they feel like three years. Bones has left him a generous amount of whiskey and quality bourbon, and they message each other all the time. But still, Jim feels terrible. He misses Bones, and it’s obvious to the crew, but he just can’t phrase it to Bones properly. Or at all. So instead when Bones asks him: “How was your ground-mission? Did you get hurt? I know you got hurt.” Jim just replies: “Fine. Just a few scratches.” And then they talk about other things. Non important things. Gentle banter between the two of them. And that’s it.
  • Bones isn’t there when Jim arrives back in York Town. The others are off immediately towards the nearest bar, celebrating that short lived freedom from their otherwise routine lives. Jim kind of expects Bones to be there, like in one of those romantic movies, but Bones is working until later, so he’s not there. “Hi Uncle Jim,” Joanna says as she approaches him instead, and that takes Jim by surprise. “Jo? Hey, what are you doing here? Shouldn’t you be in school?” Jim asks, smiling just lightly and Joanna throws him a sly grin. “What? Demora got time off to pick up her family. I can do the same.” “Your dad lives here, though,” Jim counters. “Yes, but you are his family. Therefore, also mine.” “You are way too clever. Are you sure Bones is really your dad?” Jim replies, and Jo smirks. “D'you want to go get milkshakes with me?” “Sure,” Jim says without hesitation, because he has nowhere else to go, and Jo is a good way to catch up on Bones without looking too pushy. “You’re paying,” Joanna says, and Jim laughs. “Of course I am.”
  • “So, how is your dad?” Jim asks, sitting across Joanna in a booth near the window. She’s skipping school, but she still has her homework laid out in front of her and somehow tricked Jim into helping her, even though she doesn’t really need his help. “He’s okay,” Joanna replies. “Just okay?” “I know he hates his job and he’s only doing it because I live here now with mom.” She explains, and Jim listens. “Maybe he could find a different job?” “Only if it’s back on the Enterprise,” Joanna says, and Jim raises an eyebrow. “What?” “He’s going to hate every job except on the Enterprise,” she says, “do you have a nurse job available?” Jim laughs at that question and just shrugs. “Always. But your dad chose to be near you instead.” “Just because he’s not near me doesn’t make him not my dad,” Joanna says, and Jim smiles lightly. “Well, maybe you should tell him that.” Seriously, she should tell him that.  
  • Jim is completely ready to give in. He craves Bones’ attention more than anything, and he expects Bones to pick up Jo, but it’s Jocelyn instead because Bones is forced to do overtime. Jim considers visiting him in the hospital, but he restraints himself from doing so. Barely, but still. He sends Bones a quick message to meet up tomorrow morning instead, and he heads home with a bottle of bourbon.
  • But come midnight, there’s a knock on the door and when Jim opens it, Bones stands there. Still in his uniform, dark circles under his eyes, hair a mess. “Bones,” Jim says, pleasantly surprised, “what are you-” Bones forces him to shut up when he pushes way into Jim’s personal space (–not like Jim minds when people do), and he’s kissing him. Just like that. Leaving Jim breathless, but every inch as desperate as the other man. Bones’ arms move around Jim’s waist and Bones pulls him impossibly closer, but Jim doesn’t mind one bit, sliding his arms around the other’s shoulders - and then pulling him more inside his apartment.
  • “I didn’t realize you missed me THAT much,” Jim says with a smirk. His fingers trace Bones’ naked chest, exploring every curve of the other man’s toned skin. “Oh, like you were any better,” Bones counters weakly. Jim smiles. He’s waiting for Bones to ask him to return to the Enterprise, but Bones is silent instead. It’s not an awkward silence, though, and Jim shifts closer to him under the warm sheets of his bed. He leans in to kiss him again, sighing against warm lips. “Come back to the Enterprise,” he says himself, unable to stop himself any longer. Bones looks up at him in surprise. “You have any vacancies?” he chuckles softly, and Jim shrugs. “Maybe a nurse.” “That’ll work,” Bones says, and Jim raises his eyebrows. “Wait, really?” “Oh my God, Jim, I hate my job so much. I don’t do any surgeries, I just oversee them. I miss Chekov coming to me for an unnecessary checkup after a casual alien encounter. And I miss Spock telling me my work is ‘trial-and-error’, the asshole,” Bones mutters the last part, and Jim just laughs. “And I just… I miss you, yeah.” “Lame,” Jim says, and Bones huffs. “You were the one asking me to return.” Bones counters, and Jim smiles. “Guess I’m just as desperate as you are. What about Jo?” “We talked,” Bones says, “and she says the two of you also talked.” “Yeah,” Jim grins, ignoring that stern look Bones has - probably because Jim allowed her to skip her classes. “She says that I should go if I want to,” Bones says. Jim reaches out, his hand gently running over Bones’ cheeks, which are really due for a shave. “And?” “And I want to,” Bones replies. Jim nods, satisfied at that answer, and he leans in for another kiss. “Welcome back to the Enterprise, Nurse Bones.”

anonymous asked:

Poly AU headcanon on how the crew show their love for each other (+Ben and Jaylah)

  • Sulu knows how to hide it well, but the crew still knows when he’s sad or just not himself. Uhura shows up a few hours after Sulu’s shift ends, with popcorn and a drink. “Do you want to talk about it?” She asks, but Sulu simply shrugs. “It was Demora’s birthday yesterday,” Sulu explains, and Uhura understands. A brief call doesn’t quite fulfill that loneliness or homesickness. Uhura leans in and wraps her arms around Sulu’s shoulders, pulling him in close. “We’ll be in York Town soon,” she says, “Chekov and I will take over your duties there so you can spend more time with your family, alright?”
  • Spock finds Jim asleep in his chair during a particularly long shift. Spock’s not usually all for touching, but he still brushes his fingers over the side of Jim’s face briefly, startling him awake. “Spock,” Jim mutters, running a hand through his hair and sitting up straight. He tries to stifle a yawn, but ultimately fails. “What are you doing here?” “I’m here to relieve you off your shift,” Spock says. Jim rubs his eyes and shakes his head. “No, no. My shift’s not over for another three hours.” “Jim,” Spock insists, hand on Jim’s arm and he helps him on his feet, “take some rest.”
  • Chekov is never down. Over the years, he’s grown out of his “actual ray of sunshine” title, and he complains more when Jim drags them into danger, but he never seems to actually be down. So the first day he’s actually quiet on the bridge, doesn’t say much during his shift, literally everyone notices. “You okay, Chekov?” Jim asks, and Chekov nods. “Yes, Captain.” Chekov says. Sulu shoots him a brief glance, but he doesn’t actually say anything  just yet. Not until he catches Chekov alone in his quarters, asleep on the couch with his PADD in his hands. “Hey, Chekov,” Sulu says, and Chekov opens an eye slowly. “You want to talk about it?” “About what?” Chekov asks, sitting up straight. Sulu catches that PADD on Chekov’s chest as it slides down, preventing it from falling down on the ground. Breaking PADDs is a thing for Jim and Bones. The others are generally pretty careful with their things. “There’s nothing to talk about.” Chekov says, and Sulu raises an eyebrow. Chekov sighs. “Nyx and I are over.” “Which one is that?” Sulu asks, and Chekov kicks Sulu’s leg softly. “I was gonna introduce her to my babushka. But babushka is sick and I can’t visit her on time probably and now Nyx is gone too.” So rather than saying anything, Sulu just lies down on the couch and pulls Chekov in his arms.
  • The Enterprise crew also tries teaching Jaylah human culture. Scotty especially, because Jaylah spends most of her time down in engineering. She doesn’t get most of the things, no matter how innocent they initially are. When Scotty teaches her you kiss someone twice after not having seen them in a while, the next time Jaylah’s on the bridge she just full on kisses Spock on the mouth twice - leaving him completely frozen in place for a while. Scotty profusely apologizes. Uhura and Jim are still laughing about it days later.
  • Ben giving them a huge care package next time they’re in York Town. It has some home brewed beers, because Ben rolls that way. There’s some new movies, snacks, extra pillows and blankets and old fashioned books. Spock hogs them in his room until he’s read them all. Demora’s made drawings of everyone of them and they’re in everyone’s rooms. Jaylah sends her a drawing back.
  • Bones schedules in appointments with everyone. Not a medical check up, but just to talk. Because Bones spends a lot of time on the Bridge and he can tell when people are not feeling well, even emotionally. So he talks to Chekov for hours. He drinks tea with Sulu while talking about their daughters. He plays chess with Spock and they talk about Uhura for a while. He mostly just gets drunk with Scotty and allows him to rant about Jim and other people aboard the Enterprise. Jaylah doesn’t understand the purpose of Bones’ checkups, so they mostly end up talking about anything and everything. Bones also helps her study for the xenobiology courses she’s still taking. Jaylah teaches Bones a thing or two about her species and their alternative healing methods. With Uhura it’s mostly a gossip session, because Bones knows about everyone’s health state, but she knows all the rumors going around. Jim never shows up for his appointments. So Bones catches him in his quarters instead, and they talk until they both fall asleep.
  • Jim organizes movie nights - even though he’s not that into movies himself. He just makes sure there’s drinks, snacks, and old fashioned movies, enough pillows for everyone. Chekov almost bails, but when he tries to, Jim drags him to movie night himself. In the end, Chekov’s glad he shows up. Because no one overdoes it on the attention they’re giving him, and he’s not ignored either. Jim slides an arm around Chekov’s shoulder. Bones hands him the last bit of scotch. Scotty’s got those awful homemade shortcakes. They all end up talking more than actually watching the movie, which Bones says is a god damn shame because 20th century movies are the greatest.
  • After Jim mixes that Romulan ale in everyone’s drinks, the night quickly gets a little more blurry and no one actually makes it back to their own quarters. Jim wakes up with Bones pressed to his side. Uhura’s on his other side, Spock’s arms around her. Scotty and Jaylah are on the floor next to Jim’s bed, kept comfortable by all the pillows and blankets. Jim’s pretty sure the feet close to his lap belong to Chekov or Sulu, who are both asleep by the foot of Jim’s bed. It’s a mess of tangled limbs and Jim’s grinning because this is his family and he wouldn’t have it any other way.