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Inui/Kaidoh is the book you re-read every year, tucked up on the couch with a blanket and a cup of tea.

Tezuka/Oishi is the moment of silence before the choir starts to sing.

Inui/Yanagi is the code with just one bug left in it and you're going to find it any minute now, for sure.

Inui/Tezuka is Apple's design aesthetic.

Momo/Kaidoh is the first half of the second pint of stout.

Tezuka/Ryoma is the wound that will never heal.


Now you.
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Eiji/Oishi is that favorite shirt you wear for days on end during finals week and nobody has the balls to mention it to your face.

Ryoma/Shinji is that comment you mutter under your breath at your roommate, who totally knows what you said anyway.

Fuji/Eiji is setting a bucket of water on the top of an ajar door.

Atobe/Jiroh is wearing flannel pajamas on silk sheets, because if your pajamas are silk too you'll probably slip right off the bed and break your neck.

Tezuka/Fuji is that movie you watch over and over, hoping the end will be different every damn time, only it never is.

Momo/Kamio is opening the mailbox to find a huge package, only to realize that it is addressed to your roommate.

Katsuo/Kachirou is eating still-warm peanutbutter chip cookies off the tray with a glass of milk.

Fuji/Eiji is setting a bucket of water on the top of an ajar door.

I love that one. :)

i was thinking afterwards that with Fuji involved, perhaps it should be more psychological than that, like the bucket of water on top of the door, that actually has no water in it at all, HAHA!

Your momo/kaidoh one was my favorite *g*

Atobe/Tezuka is a $10,000 dollar watch with a broken face.

Momo/Ryoma is the smell of pancakes on a lazy sunday morning.

....And I'm out.



Hee! I like the AtoTez one especially.

Atobe/Tezuka is a $10,000 dollar watch with a broken face. I love that one. ^_^ It's going to stick in my mind from now on.

Fuji/Taka is that carefully decorated piece of sushi that hides a lethal amount of wasabi filling.

Tezuka/Fuji is the dictionary you carry always; tattered and torn and numerous words underlined with blue pen. Too simple for words, but yet only a small part of a much bigger puzzle.

Gakuto/Oshitari is that sexy black skirt that shows off your toned legs and makes people whisper about the scandalous length and how good it looks on you.

Inui/Kaidoh is the coppery taste of blood at the back of your throat after a long run; it goes away after a big gulp of water but lingers in your mind until the next time you work out.

Tezuka/Ryoma is salt in a wound; painful and stomach-twisting, but the burn is addictive.

Sengoku/Akutsu is that outfit in clashing colors that is suppose to look horrible together, but never actually does.

Akutsu/Taka-san is the taste of cigarettes in a kiss before the empty package is thrown into the garbage.

I think I missed the entire point of this so I won't even pretend any of them makes sense.


Akutsu/Taka-san is the taste of cigarettes in a kiss before the empty package is thrown into the garbage.

Ooh, I really like that one. But it makes me feel sad.

And I think you got the point just fine. :)


Inui/Kaidoh is the time you found out your high school janitor was fired because they found pornography and vaseline and an inflatable arm floaty in his locker, and you thought, startled, wow, what a great idea.

Tezuka/Oishi is the time your best friend leaned over to press a sweet kiss to the side of your face, sloppy drunk, and she didn't mean much by it, and now you're the only one who remembers it-- probably-- but it never mattered anyway, you're friends, you love her more than anything.

Inui/Yanagi is the time you were late for class and spilled your coffee getting out of your car, horrible, all over the seat, and the only thing you had to mop up the mess with was an old pulp sci-fi novel from the backseat floorboard, which you probably weren't ever going to read again; but then, staining the yellow-beige pages brown, in a hurry, you felt that old overwhelming affection well helplessly up.

Inui/Tezuka is the time you ran into a coworker in the women's restroom at an Italian restaurant-- you chatted about nothing, about work, circling deferentially around the small sink area-- and you realized for the first time how long her neck was, how big her hands were, how strange & sharp her gaze was when she wasn't squinting in the yellow office light.

Momo/Kaidoh is the time the rain on the road cupped your tire and hefted you into oncoming traffic, and you somehow reacted quickly and calmly enough to avoid a collision and make everything fine, which is good, you aren't suicidal-- and yet, there was something-- the crunch of metal-- you kind of wish it had--

Tezuka/Ryoma is the time you were waiting in line at the Bursar's Office and you looked over and saw a small blue rug with one corner flipped up-- maybe on purpose or maybe as a sympton of general disarray-- and you somehow suddenly knew that it embodied everything you want, which made no sense, really, since you could kind of see how it was related to what you want but not like this, not with a massive startled choking feeling like this.

Inui/Yanagi is the time you were late for class and spilled your coffee getting out of your car, horrible, all over the seat, and the only thing you had to mop up the mess with was an old pulp sci-fi novel from the backseat floorboard, which you probably weren't ever going to read again; but then, staining the yellow-beige pages brown, in a hurry, you felt that old overwhelming affection well helplessly up.

Exactly.

Inui/Kaidoh is breakfast in bed where the juice tips over, but nothing is affected, and there's still coffee.

Momo/Ryoma is playing on the monkey bars until your hands hurt and are coated with little chips of primary-colored paint.

Tezuka/Ryoma is snowfall on a sunny day just when you're eager to try our your new gloves.

Akutsu/Taka is the massage that hurts when you're getting it, but feels so good later on.

Fuji/Fuji is warm cocoa under a starlit sky as you're making wishes that will never come true.

Oishi/Eiji is the satisfaction of putting the last piece into a puzzle.

Atobe/Momo is having the money for steak and lobster and choosing a hamburger and some popcorn shrimp instead.

Sakuno/Ann is freshly laundered towels held up next to your face.

Oshitari/Gakuto is rolling up your pants and splashing around in puddles as a study break.

Horio/Arai is finding cheap shampoo that smells good and works at least a little like your old brand.

Tezuka/Fuji is a sharp stabbing pain in your leg after you've run so far that you feel you could run forever.

Shinji/Akira is Eurobeat Pop: the extended mix.

Atobe/Momo is having the money for steak and lobster and choosing a hamburger and some popcorn shrimp instead.

Oh yes.

AtobeYukimura is that beautiful prom dress that is too expensive because your budget is cannot afford it. As least you can still dream about wearing it one day.

HorioTomoko is like the feelign you get when you match up two articles of clothing you never thought can go together, and you get commented that you had a really good sense of fashion.

FujiRyo is like watching porn or drinking beer underage.

ShishidoOtori is that fluffy white kitten your parents got you last Christmas. Fluffy and cute and cuddley.

TezuFuji is a red rose. The flower distracted everyone from the thorns underneath.

MomoKaidoh is trying to fit a key into the lock in the middle of the night. It takes a few tries before you can poke the key into the hole correctly.

TezukaRyoma is day and night. Only connect in a very short, yet very beautiful moment before separation.


MomoKaidoh is trying to fit a key into the lock in the middle of the night. It takes a few tries before you can poke the key into the hole correctly.

I love this one!

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Jack/Thor is searching every 7-11 in the city and finally finding Thrills gum in the very last one.

It's not crack, it's true love!

Inui/Tezuka is Apple's design aesthetic.

Oh, word.

I'm still all a-flutter about your latest story. Have I not commented yet? Bad Gwen!

And I've been crying about it all night long. *sniff*

*g*


Inui/Tezuka is Apple's design aesthetic.

How do you do this stuff, Hal. Wow.

I want to comment on this:

Tezuka/Ryoma is the wound that will never heal.

But it leaves me without words, as usual. :((

I've been trying to think about how these pairings make me feel, so I can try to make people feel the same thing when I write. I'm still flailing around with the InuTez, but I think the last attempt was a lot closer.

[ long explanation of why I'm getting so attached to InuTez cut because otherwise I'll get nothing done tonight ]

Tezuka/Ryoma is waiting at the window for the shooting star and realizing that you just missed it.
Oishi/Eiji is the last lingering note of a sonata, echoing softly and never really fading.
Inui/Kaidoh is the first solo of the night; it starts off shakey then gains confidence and strength as it progresses.
Inui/Yanagi is the sense of liberation after agonizing over a calculus problem and solving it.

Gah...that's all I could come up with... ><; Sorry this is so late after your post...

I like these! Esp the Data Pair. I had such an amazing experience with my high school calculus class -- that just takes me back.

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