brainofck: (JDshort)
Heh. Header is longer than the thing! :)

Also, typed with one hand while I held nursing baby in the football hold with the other hand. Appropriate multi-tasking. Should have done the other side. I type faster with my left hand. Damned qwerty keyboard.

Title: Food Aversions
Author: [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck, posting in [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
Pairing: Daniel Jackson/Jack O'Neill
Rating: G
Summary: Daniel did the grocery shopping.
Content/warnings: M-preg.
Words: 362
Disclaimer: If anybody is planning a script like this for SG-1, I'm certainly not going to claim any rights to it. However, I'd be delighted to work in a co-writing/consulting/first-reader/advisory-type capacity, with my fee to be negotiated at that time. :D
Archive rights: Absolutely none. My journals only. [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck and [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
Note: Written for that prompt thing. This is for [livejournal.com profile] green_grrl, who requested Smart-Assed Daniel and Jack.
The Matrix: Food. The Matrix is located here.

Food Aversions )
brainofck: (TealcConf)
In case you needed something juvenile to amuse yourself today, go to this post. Scroll down through the comments. Don't worry. You'll know when you get there.

Warning for m-preg and links to the about.com website. And massive .pdf files. But the link is to a post in this journal, not to about.com or massive .pdf.

Help!

Jul. 7th, 2006 04:26 pm
brainofck: (Spell Check)
Heh.

Anybody know what a full bird colonel wears if he she gets pregnant?

And can you link me to pictures?

Though I'm guessing it's a custom tailoring job, as there can't be that many colonels who get preggers.

Cross posting to my RL journal.
brainofck: (JDshort)
I was bored. CJ said, write me a drabble. Not quite a drabble. A few words over. Lame subject, but hey, I have a one-track mind these days.

Title: Diagnostic Testing
Author: [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck, posting in [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
Pairing: Daniel Jackson/Jack O'Neill
Rating: PG-13
Summary: The indignities of pregnancy at an advanced maternal age.
Content/warnings: M-Preg
Disclaimer: If anybody is planning a script like this for SG-1, I'm certainly not going to claim any rights to it. However, I'd be delighted to work in a co-writing/consulting/first-reader/advisory-type capacity, with my fee to be negotiated at that time. :D
Archive rights: Absolutely none. My journals only. [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck and [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
The Matrix: The Matrix is located here. This one is Where?. *cackles*


At least two people shrieked. I put it behind the cut in remorse. )

M-preg

Nov. 28th, 2005 08:12 am
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I had a crack!fic moment the other day that I couldn't remember. It came back to me.

I was free associating, as one is wont to do when one is going through one's morning routine, and I thought, Michael Shanks is exactly one day older than me. So if he were pregnant, he would also be of "advanced maternal age."

Now of course, for me, Michael Shanks=Daniel Jackson. It had me laughing to myself. But no, there will be NO m-preg written in this journal.

However, Uisgich, please avert your eyes )

Anyway, as I am in that rather delicate condition myself at the moment, I felt the need to muse on this subject.

PS: I feel the need to note that my criticism of "girliness" is directed at the male characters being cast as the worst weak stereotypes of women. Wedding stories and m-preg stories are particularly guilty of this. Making "women" out of the characters in ways that no self-respecting female writer would ever write a good, interesting female character. Female characters of course should be "girly" and feminine, but they also should have depth and not just be weepy, sappy, and sentimental.

Gah. I feel like I am explaning this badly.

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