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Saturday, September 15th, 2007
9:50 pm - This community hasn't had a post in over a year, so I thought I'd shake up the dust.

irisbleufic
10 drabbles: mostly Aziraphale/Crowley, with the occasional Agnes, Newt, & Anathema thrown in.

(These were all originally posted to this community under my other account, but I've deleted them and since switched all fannish business to this account, so I thought it'd be good to repost them all in one central link here as well. Hope everyone's had a good summer!)
Thursday, August 10th, 2006
7:50 pm

paraserpiente
Title: Fickle
Author: paraserpiente
Pairing: Crowley/Aziraphale
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: Not mine. Ohhh, if only.

That Which Vexes All Man-Shaped BeingsCollapse )

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Sunday, October 9th, 2005
2:27 am

jensa_chan
Sorry if this isn't allowed here...Collapse )

current mood: content

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Thursday, September 22nd, 2005
2:23 pm

busaikko
Title: Recall ( a tragedy in three 100-word drabbles )
Author: busaikko
Fandom, Pairing: Good Omens, Crowley/Aziraphale
Rating: R for sex, disturbing imagery
Disclaimer: not my characters, love them tho I do
Summary: RECALL: 1. To ask or order to return; 2. To summon back to awareness; 3. To remember; recollect.
Just this one night, Angel

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Friday, July 22nd, 2005
12:00 am - The New Community: go100

_serpensortia
Okay, everyone, I've set up the new community, and starting with next Monday, the challenges will be posted there. So, if you please, go and join go100, and continue the drabbling goodness!

Also, I've archived all the drabbles from this community by author and challenge, so if you want to feel really special, go to the memories of the new community and look for your name. ^^

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Monday, July 18th, 2005
7:27 pm

argyleheir
Title: In This Style
Words: 100
Challenge: Hunger
Points: Crowley & Aziraphale

Aziraphale straightened his tie. “Well, that was--”

“Absolutely mad,” Crowley finished.

“Mm. I daresay such hats went out of fashion years ago, and it was a bit of a bother to swap seats, but the food was rather good.”

Food?” Crowley laughed shortly. “What food? I didn’t get one bloody cup of tea. The service would’ve been better in a medieval dungeon.”

“Oh, I ate something, surely...”

“Yes?” After a moment, Crowley smiled. “How’s your watch? I’ve heard that mustard is very corrosive.”

“Only spicy Dijon. The kind he used was quite sweet.”

Crowley felt his stomach rumble. “Really?”

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12:38 am

dreya_uberwald
Title: What Not To Eat
Words: 100
Challenge: Hunger
Points: The Them


As Pepper knocked on the door another potent wave of nausea decided to hit.

“Brian,” she shouted, anger temporarily triumphing over the urge to be violently sick.

There was a suspiciously Wensleydale-like groan in reply. Unlike other suspiciously Wensleydale-like groans that had been emanating from Brian’s room of late, this groan was that of a man in severe gastric discomfort.

“Brian, how far past it’s use-by date was that curry you fed us last night?”

There was silence.

“Brian?”

“Erm… three weeks,” said a sheepish voice.

“Three bloody weeks?”

“But Pepper, you said you were hungry enough to eat anything.”

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Friday, July 15th, 2005
10:59 am - Case Load

leatherdykeuk

Title: Case Load

Challenge: Hunger
Words: 100 (excluding title)
Points: Hastur and Ligur

 

The coroner was mystified. This was the seventh death from starvation in the same apartment building within three weeks. He knocked on a few doors, interrupting residents in the midst of meals and snacks, even though it was 4AM, hollow sad eyes staring at him in incomprehension of his questions even as they bit into pizza and fried chicken. Come to think of it, he was a little peckish himself, and he’d only eaten an hour ago.

 

Meanwhile, up in apartment 413, a tall, thin man was hunched over a computer, inputting details for his new website: ‘Diet or Die’.

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Tuesday, July 12th, 2005
9:04 pm - Deputy-Modly Business

_serpensortia
So, okay... here's my quandary.

As you may (or may not) be aware, I am not actually the mod for this community. That privelage belongs to _zela_. She asked me to take over while she went on holiday, and, thinking it would be fun to make up the challenges for a few weeks, I agreed.

That was back in January. As far as I am aware, no one has heard from _zela_ since. (If anyone has, please, please let me know, as I've been trying to contact her since she left.)

So, I don't mind modding the community, tallying the points, etc. But the thing is, _zela_ is the only one who can access the community's info, add memories, and all that fun stuff. LJ Support has informed me that there is no way anyone else can get access to that without _zela_ around to transfer maintainership, unless there is some sort of abuse situation. Which there isn't, because you all are cool.

Basically my question to all of you is: are there any strong objections to me creating a new GO drabble community, one where I'll be able to update the info and all? I know that, as deputy mod, that really isn't my first choice, but it appears that without _zela_ around, that's the only way anyone will be able to get maintainership of the community.

Thoughts, anyone?

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8:49 pm

_serpensortia
So, the crossover challenge goes to Crowley and Aziraphale! And that's it for the drabbles you all suggested - thanks for the fun challenges!

This week's challenge: hunger.

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Monday, July 11th, 2005
8:26 pm

demoerin


Words: 115. Curses!
Challenge: crossover that includes a canonical fictional book.
Note: Do you know your Naruto?


The very minute he got home, Aziraphale would contact Crowley. He couldn't bear to think what this world's version of his counterpart was doing with that young boy ... with that and the way he overdid the tongue thing, Aziraphale was sure Crowley would act against him out of an offended sense of style.

He would find the angelic agent on this world too, and chat with him pointedly on exactly how far the Enemy should be allowed to go. Well ... he would as soon as he got that bible with the delightfully unpretentious title.

When Aziraphale, slightly uncertain about the cover, opened Come Come Paradise, he thought that perhaps he wouldn't mention anything to anyone.

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Sunday, July 10th, 2005
3:50 pm

dreya_uberwald
Title: Stolen Property
Words: 100
Challenge: Crossover including a canonical fictional book
Points: Crowley and Aziraphale


A menacing ‘Eeek’ reverberated around the room.

Aziraphale found himself standing between a near-homicidal orang-utan and an irritated demon. “Now really you two, what on earth is going on?”

“Ook,” roared The Librarian.

Aziraphale gaped. “Crowley is that true?”

A look of mild embarrassment flitted across the demon’s face. “I was only borrowing it.”

“You’ve been keeping The Joy of Tantric Sex, with Illustrations for the Advanced Student in your freezer.”

“Ook!”

“Fine, I’ll give it back,” said the demon, rather too compliantly.

“Along with the photocopies, I hope.”

Crowley scowled.

Aziraphale braced himself for another week of demonic sulking.

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Friday, July 8th, 2005
11:02 am - Crossing the Veil

leatherdykeuk

Title: Crossing the Veil

Challenge: a crossover that includes a canonical fictional book
Words: 100 (excluding title)
Points: Hastur and Ligur

 

Hastur listened to the voice shouting through the portal, picking out a mental image of the person being called for before stepping through, momentarily scrabbling at the tattered black silk clinging to his face.

 

“Sirius!” said Harry, relief colouring his face pink. Hastur grinned and shuffled forwards, his arms held out for a hug from the lad.

 

Ligur pushed his way through the veil, causing the redhead to shriek.

 

“Don’t be such an idiot, Ron,” said Hermione, advancing on him with her wand. “It’s just a minor demon. I saw a picture of it in ‘Dreadful Denizens of the Deep’.”

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Tuesday, July 5th, 2005
8:53 pm

_serpensortia
Okay, drabblers, this week's first line challenge has ended in a... oh, erm, five-way tie? Between Crowley and Aziraphale, The Witchfinder Army, The Them, The Fourse Horsepersons, and Hastur and Ligur. Congratulations to all of the above.

This week's challenge, as suggested by demoerin, is a crossover that includes a canonical fictional book.

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Sunday, July 3rd, 2005
11:25 am

argyleheir
Title: Victorian Intuition
Words: 100
Challenge: "I'm pretty sure that's highly illegal."
Points: Crowley & Aziraphale

“I’m pretty sure that’s highly illegal,” Aziraphale admonished over the rim of his glass. He coughed lightly, narrowing his eyes. “You climb up the ladders and slide down the snakes.”

“No, no.” Crowley shook his head and moved the red token forward. “I read the ob-- instructions. Land on one square, climb up, up, up the snake, and stop on...”

“Drunkenness?”

“’S not a sin.”

Aziraphale spun the dial. “Four,” he said, and moved the blue token. “And now I...”

“Climb the snake.”

“Climb the snake.” He felt a flush in his cheeks. “Er. Well.”

“Lust.”

“Now what?”

Crowley smiled.

(26 apples | bite)

Saturday, July 2nd, 2005
6:30 pm

migratory
Title: Dissension
Words: 100
Challenge: 'I'm pretty sure that's highly illegal'
Points to: The Witchfinder Army

'I'm pretty sure that's highly illegal,' said Newt, with equal amounts of apprehension and disgust.
'Ye cannae fight the forces of darkness if yer worryin' about the law, lad.'
'No, but all the same, I'd rather not go to prison. Besides I can't exactly disguise myself when I'm carrying that thing around.'
'Aye, yer could have a point there...'
'And don't forget, my card says I'll be burning any witches I find.'
Shadwell picked at his teeth.
'Feen. If it worries yer that much, you can take the matches, and I'll put the Axe of Justice back in the shed.'

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Friday, July 1st, 2005
10:18 pm

demoerin

Title: Once upon a time, long long ago
Challenge: First line
Point: The Four Horsepeople of the Apocalypse
Word count: 100

 



" 'I'm pretty sure that's highly illegal...' " read Nanny Ashtoreth, and showed Warlock the picture in his storybook before continuing.

" 'But seen from another point of view, it's simply an interesting experiment!' said the one who had more power, and was clever enough to use it whenever he pleased. 'Can people bend that way?'

" 'But it will really hurt!' cried his snivelling, unworthy slave (who was a lot like that stupid Kevin from school).

" 'Now, now, you wouldn't be so lippy if your ropes were tighter, would you?'"

*

Brother Francis, the gardener, had a particularly awkward damage control session the following morning.

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Thursday, June 30th, 2005
7:04 pm - For the "I'm pretty sure this is highly illegal" challenge

maggiebloome
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2:16 am

dreya_uberwald
Title: Cheating
Words: 100
Challenge: "I'm pretty sure that's highly illegal..."
Points: The Them


"I'm pretty sure that's highly illegal,” said a worried looking Brian, as Wensleydale changed the number in the box from a 30 to a 45.

“Brian, are you aware of the irony inherent in that statement.”

“You’re hacking into student records, you could get sent to prison.”

“You were all in favour of hacking into corporate databases when your anti-globalisation friends were here.”

“That’s different.”

“No it’s not. You’ll get thrown out of uni if your average mark for the year’s less than forty.”

Wensleydale gaped as Brian took the mouse and clicked Cancel.

“It’s cheating Wensley. It’s not right.”

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Wednesday, June 29th, 2005
12:54 pm

_serpensortia
Interestingly enough, the Dog challenge has ended in a three-way tie. Congratulations to our winners, Crowley and Aziraphale, Hastur and Ligur, and the Them!

This week's challenge, as suggested by corporal_katz, is a first line: "I'm pretty sure that's highly illegal..."

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