Techinician? with plot of with out?
- This Night at
the End of the World
by @nookienostradamus, 116927 words, E, No archive warnings.
It starts the way a pornographic film might: one summer, cable installment technician Matt begins a torrid affair with Madeline, the disaffected widow of a pharmaceutical executive. It seems to be a perfect match - both of them volatile, both of them lost. But it isn’t long before Matt meets Madeline’s son, a reclusive and put-upon young man who is known by his few friends simply as “Techie.”
by @hollyhark, 19917 words, E, No archive warnings.
Matt (short temper, disturbing fixation on Kylo Ren, snores) and Techie (night terrors, excessive jumpiness, “creepy” eyes) have both become notorious for driving their bunkmates to request a room change. General Hux is tired of processing the admin work they create. He assigns them to bunk together. They’ll either deal with it or lose their jobs.
- The Small Things
by @somethingstately, 2498 words, E, Creator chose not to use
“I was half inside a console, hidden behind a comm bank from the door. I heard it open and a pair of boots came inside.” While it may have been a little odd to talk about work while he was buried inside him, if it made Techie happy, it made Matt happy. Honestly he was elated Techie wanted to open up and share this with him at all. “Who was it?” “Lord Ren.”
by @angryangryowl, 1400 words, G, No archive warnings.
Matt and Techie are engineering students who end up at the same house party….
by @eralkfang, 4929 words, E, No archive warnings.
Even given the slightly relaxed uniform standards in engineering, Techie sticks out like a sore thumb, in more ways than one. “Techie” is not even his real name, just a nickname, like he’s a ‘trooper or something. His bionic eyes were installed so poorly that his eyes are always rimmed red with irritation and rust, which he makes worse by constantly rubbing at them. Matt is just crazy about him.