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This story is No. 1 in the series "Seeing Is Believing". You may wish to read the series introduction first.

Summary: A different way of looking at certain scenes from The Fast and The Furious. For Cryefourme's birthday. First story in the "Seeing Is Believing" series.

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Movies > Fast and the Furious, TheCorruptedSmileFR133543042,81630 Jul 1030 Jul 10Yes

Drabble Two

Disclaimer: I don’t own anything you recognise, I probably do own everything you don’t recognise and I’m not getting any money from these drabbles.

Universal Studios owns the rights to The Fast and The Furious.

Crossover: No.

Pairing: None.

Rating: FR13.

Spoilers: Yes.

Summary: A different way of looking certain scenes from The Fast and The Furious. A series of connected drabbles.

Why? Cryefourme gave me three words: hot, boy and sandwich. I decided to use a quote from the film and the prompt, centring a drabble around it. Each drabble is about a scene in the film; only looked at from a slash-addict's point of view. Which would be me. *grins*



“talking”
prompt



Story: Cracking the Code

Drabble Two:



I grin when I notice that his blue eyes are tracking the little droplets that are running down and I outright laugh when he bites his lip in disappointment when they disappear into the fabric at my feet. I know what he wants, I know that he’s desperate for it and yet, I’m not giving it to him. He glares hotly, I give him a raised eyebrow in return. I slowly lift both my hands and stretch them in his direction. He notices and laughs out loud.

“You can have any brew you want — as long as it’s a Corona.” *



End.



A/N: * Line from The Fast and The Furious. I can’t take credit for it.

Second drabble for Cryefourme. Prompt: hot.
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