A Lesson In Boxing Ch.1More Like This
A Lesson In Boxing
Summary:Donnie thinks boxing is nothing more than two men trying to beat each other unconscious, but when the Mikey black mails him in to going to a boxing match to watch the famous Nightwatcher, He might learn a thing or two in the league of boxing, and maybe even other things along the way
Pairing for story: Raph/Don, Leo/Mikey
Disclaimer: i dont own the tmnt crew, if i did there would so be some new movies,
Chapter Title: Meeting the Nightwatcher
Chapter Warnings: Raphs bad mouth, some violence, gayness, spelling errors and un-betaed work
Meeting The Nightwatcher
"Come on Donnie! Its not like i'm asking you to give up coffee or anything! Just a simple boxing match." came the whine voice of his roommate; currently crouched in front of him clutching at his pant leg like a child.
"I don't think two men try
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Chapter Two: Rise to the Occasion
Sanji woke early the next morning to his phone's loud rendition of Jesse's Girl. He groaned as he rolled over, mumbling a few explicatives in French while reaching for the device. In his groggy state he cursed whoever woke him before sunrise on his rare day off, not recognizing exactly what the ringtone implied.
" 'allo?" he murmured sleepily, irritation seeping into his unchecked accent.
"Oh! I'm sorry Sanji-kun, did I wake you?" exclaimed the voice of an angel.
Now fully alert, Sanji sat up in bed.
"Nami-swan! Not at all ma chérie, but to what do I owe the pleasure of hearing your lovely voice so early in the day?"
"I just wanted to see if my friend ever showed up. You know, the green-haired one I told you about?"
Sanji chuckled a bit as his sleep-addled mind recalled the attractive patron with oddly colored hair.
"Yeah, the Marimo-head showed. He kinda drooled all over the place toward the end, though."
"Hmmm? So I take it you s
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Chapter One: Smoking Hot
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Among the couples that seemed to populate the late night crowd was a lone man who sat at the back of the room enjoying the scene. His abnormal green hair took on a darker color in the muted lighting and did not draw much attention from the other guests. Though it was his first time visiting here, Zoro had to give the creators of the touristy dinner boat some credit, they knew how to draw a crowd. Someone in the small band onstage played a mean jazz piano, but with their form obscured in the low light he had a hard time telling who it could be.
Zoro's friends Nami and Luffy had recommended the restaurant to him, having gone on several dates there before. He had heard of the typically rowdy restaurant through his work with the local law e
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By Charlotte Skye
Jim Kirk had been contacted by the president of Xie-Re very soon after his return to the Enterprise. What they had discussed came as quite a surprise to the captain. It seemed that the people of Xie-Re were not only an intelligent and peaceful people, they were long suffering under the vicious attacks of the Armanan's. Their culture though technological and scientifically advanced was steeped in private mysticism, indeed with the exception of retaining their acceptance of emotion, the Xie-Rean's were not unlike Vulcans. Unlike the Armanan's, however, the people of Xie-Re knew how to use their technology and above all desired to use it for peaceful purposes. Their jealous neighbours, however, envied them and acted with malice and violence. It began with secret spies and agents infiltrating the government, then thefts of technological data, until finally, the Armanan's had matched Xie-Re's technological c
Nerve Endings - A K+S OneshotAbout This Oneshot: In Season Two's episode 'The Omega Glory,' the following tidbit occurs:More Like This
Spock Nerve Pinches someone.
Kirk: "You oughta teach me that sometime."
Spock: "I have tried, captain."
Kirk glares at Spock.
So naturally, after seeing this, I flailed in a way that would make Kermit blush. Apparently Spock had tried to teach Kirk the ol' Vulcan Nerve Pinch, and it hadn't gone so well. Well since we'll never see the scene itself (damnit) I decided to write it. Note that I'm trying to make it seem like this could have happened (so justifying the type of glare Kirk gives Spock in the Omega Glory scene etc).
Kirk sat with his feet up on the desk and his hands behind his head, staring at the ceiling with a fervent passion in an attempt to distract himself from glancing at the clock on his monitor for the twelfth time in the past ten minutes. No, it wasn't time yet, but it