No wait, that's not it. Oh yeah, we were talking Alternate Universes. You know, where John Sheppard is the President of the United States, and Rodney McKay is Prime Minister of Canada, and they start flirting so hard at a UN meeting that someone accidentally annexes two tiny islands that sit between Maine and New Brunswick. Or maybe Steve McGarrett is a principal at Charlie's school, and he and Danny Williams get up to a little hanky panky during parent/teacher night. Or how about I give you four words that puts every London restauranteur on edge: Sherlock Holmes, Food Critic. Alternate Universes. You get it, right?
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No more than five prompts in a row.
No more than three prompts in the same fandom.
Use the character's full names and fandom's full name for ease adding to the Lonely Prompts spreadsheet.
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Prompts should be formatted as follows: [Use the character's full names and fandom's full name]
Fandom, Character +/ Character, Prompt
Some examples to get the ball rolling...
+ Stargate Atlantis, John Sheppard/Rodney McKay, President and/or PM AU
+ Hawaii Five-0, Steve McGarrett/Danny Williams, Steve is a school principal, Danny's father of a student
+ Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes +or/ John Watson, Sherlock Holmes: Food Critic
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