Imagine not knowing Matt the Radar Technician is Kylo Ren.
——— Request for anon ———
“Go on and take your break,” you smile at the woman who was shouting at the new guy, and she gratefully nods as you say, “I’ll take over for you.”
“Keep an eye on butterfingers over there,” she purses her lips, not impressed with the clueless Radar Technician. You give a nod and go towards him, a smile on your face as you crouch beside him, where he was crossing the wrong wires like he hadn’t seen a circuit board in all his life. Must be the nervousness of his first day getting to him, you supposed.
“Here,” you offer, taking the wire gently from him to place it in the right orientation, “this one goes here, and this one here. The rest are just a repeating pattern of this, since it’s only one section that needed replacing.”
The blonde looks towards you curiously, “You are the first person to offer to help me.”
You chuckle, brushing away the hair that had fallen in your face when you crouched, “Well, my first day went horribly, too. I kept spilling things and mismatching wires, but to top it all off, I accidentally bumped into the Kylo Ren. I mean, I had heard the stories even then, but I just knew I was going to be fired or worse, but he just shrugged it off and kept walking like I hadn’t even bumped into him. I suppose he was busy or something. Too busy to shish kabob me on that lightsaber of his, thank goodness! Way to make a good first impression, am I right?”
Your humor looking back at the incident makes Matt smile, “He probably doesn’t even remember it.”
This is a pop-up card I made for @littledozerbaby because she’s my best friend and the most amazing person I know ;_; <3 THANKS FOR BEING MY FRIEND YOU NERD AND NOW HAVE A MUFFIN! >:V *shoves muffin in her face*
We’ve been joking around about Kylo/Matt and since we had so much fun with our little shenanigans I figured this would be a neat little surprise >B)c
In case you’re wondering what’s inside that little envelope…
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Kager’s mother, Gina N. Best. #Hate it!