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Girl on the Wing of a Barnstormer, 2/2

Source material: Community
Rating: R
Pairing: Annie/Jeff
Setting: post-episode 2.08
Wordcount: 5500 (exactly, for once)

If there’s anything Annie Edison loves, it’s a fresh start. New years, beginnings of semesters, and even Mondays are fodder for her fantasies of improving, putting aside the old, and becoming a better version of herself.

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The Technology and Science of Domesticity

Source material: Community
Rating: PG
Pairing: Annie/Jeff
Setting: early season 2
Wordcount: 800

At Greendale, Home Economics counts as a lab science. Of course it does.

The class's official name is The Technology and Science of Domesticity, and when Jeff finds out that it only meets once a week, he's in. It's ideal, he figures: he needs a lab science credit to graduate, it has to be simpler than Chemistry or Biology, and the female to male ratio is likely to be even higher than Greendale's norm.


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Like a Failed 90's Dramedy

Source material: Community
Rating: PG-13 for language
Pairing: Annie/Jeff, Britta/Jeff
Setting: Reinterpretation of episode 1.06 "Football, Feminism, and You"
Wordcount: 3800

Janet looks around the room, first at Brendt and then at Steven, expecting one of them to play the good guy and calm Andrew down or pull him aside or give him a Valium or whatever it takes to silence an overachieving, meddlesome teenage boy. (Not Valium, though, she remembers. Pill addiction, wasn't it?) But Brendt has a faraway look on his face, perhaps pondering that barefooted, hemp-braceleted, pot-smoking, basket-weaving little hippie who, Janet thinks disdainfully, is a bleach job, two deep-conditioning treatments, and several pedicures away from being worth a second glance. (She twitches the ends of her hair up to her eyes, as if to make sure Vonnie's split ends aren't catching.)

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Conversation 16

Source material: Community
Rating: NC-17
Pairing: Jeff/Annie
Setting: Summer 2010/post S1 finale
Wordcount: 1800

Prompted by Dan Harmon saying that Jeff sees Annie as the "evil choice".

Here's the thing: she's not with him because it's a good idea, or the best choice. Annie Edison hadn't unceremoniously dumped Vaughn at the last possible moment because Jeff Winger is such a sweet guy who's gonna make the big romantic gestures and say the right thing at the right moment and be sensitive and take it slow.

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Typhoid Margaret: Sunday (3/3)

Source material: Community
Rating: R
Pairing: Jeff/Annie
Setting: Fall 2010/imaginary S2
Wordcount: 4200

When she saw Annie, Shirley almost dropped the foil-covered dishes she was carrying, and Britta definitely shrieked. Just a little, and the kind of throaty shriek that of course Britta would give, one that made Annie's breathy, little-girl scream sound even sillier by comparison.

It was noisy there for a minute.


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Typhoid Margaret: Saturday (2/3)

Source material: Community
Rating: R
Pairing: Jeff/Annie
Setting: Fall 2010/imaginary S2
Wordcount: 3000

“Jeff?” Annie called. “Are you okay?” There was an answering groan from the bedroom, which she followed. “Jeff?”

He was tossing around on the bed like a beached whale, moaning. “I need to see a doctor.”

“What's wrong? I mean, what's gotten worse? Should I call 911?”

“Everything hurts, I can't breathe without blowing my nose, I'm in fucking agony here! Don't call 911, though,” he added. “It's not that bad.”


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