I like the idea of Pidge falling asleep in random places in the castle while they were working. What do you think the Voltron crew would do if they stubble across her?
I would say that Hunk, Shiro, Allura and Alfor would move
her if they found her; most of the time, her neck and back are in uncomfortable
positions, or she’ll wake up with no feeling in her arms and legs. She might
get grumpy if they wake her up and move her, but at least she’ll fall back
asleep quickly and in a better place. Lance would probably move her too, unless
she was really tired and tore him a new one. Sometimes, if it’s funny and might
freak someone out, I could see him leaving her there or moving her to another
place to scare people. But Lance is still a good guy and she’s still a part of
his team; he’s going to keep an eye on her. Keith, after getting to know her
better, would probably move her too unless she starts growling at him. But he
too falls asleep in random places and so he leaves her be because he would want
to be left alone as well.
I now also have the mental image of Rover trying its
darndest to move her but failing and goes to find Shiro or someone bigger to
help move her. Because Rover has good programming but a tiny body and minimal
I love and hate how the smallest things in real life become great fanfic AUs.
Like for the past 2 weeks, the university’s free wifi won’t connect to my phone. I’m complaining to someone, and I’m like, “I’ll just go to IT and yell until they fix it.”
It hits me.
I mean, wouldn’t this make the most hilarious, amazing, cutest, dorkiest AU?
Yes, my shipper trash brain insists. Yes, of course it would.
Because Bilbo is beyond technologically inept, and he struts into the IT department, staring at his device and yelling abuses at it.
And there’s Thorin, all socially awkward and cursing the (already minuscule) amount of human interaction his new job requires. Just give him a hunk of metal and a room alone, and he’ll be good for hours.
But then in walks Bilbo, who is immediately alluring (especially with in spite of the steam of almost-foul language he’s currently expelling) and Thorin’s reduced to grunts and scowls as he slips on his glasses to take a look.
The problem is ridiculously simple - Bilbo just wants to connect to the wifi (a name which confuses Bilbo considerably), but Thorin finds himself proclaiming there’s a virus, and if Bilbo takes it anywhere else they’ll charge him a fortune, but it’s free here, so…
Thorin panics for a second when Bilbo begins asking questions, but Thorin just throws around some random, nonsensical computer software jargon, and Bilbo’s nose scrunches up in confusion, and oh Mahal, Thorin’s got it bad.