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… then you were meant to be. [insp x]



fobwatchedcenturion:

justalonelymonster:

fobwatchedcenturion:

82. Street Sex Worker!AU
So it wasn’t a good job. It wasn’t exactly one he was great at either, but he couldn’t get anything else right now. It was enough to get by, he supposed. Koschei gave a little huff, trying to keep warm in the clothes he had been wearing. The night had been fairly slow- even if it was fairly early, and at this point he had resorted to waiting outside a bar to spot any potential customers. His head perked up when he saw someone, sighing and getting up with a smile. No point in being terribly indirect, not at this point.

"Hey…" he started, catching up to the other man. "Hi, seems a bit early to be heading out, don’t you think?"

 "Oh, well that’s…" He paused. He wasn’t going to day good. Theta led the way into the kitchen. He grabbed a packet of Jammie dodgers out of a cabinet and then the wine from the fridge. He set them down on the counter and then got out two glasses for the wine. "Thanks," he said, turning to him. He poured them each a glass and then handed him one. He took a Jammie dodger out of the packet and began to nibble on it before saying, "help yourself to anything while you’re here."

"Thank you, really." he said, smiling and sipping at his wine. An eyebrow quirked up for a moment, he didn’t really think of jammie dodgers going with wine, but he couldn’t complain. Koschei took one for himself, taking a few bites as he looked around the kitchen. He glanced at another one of the photos, but again, he wasn’t going to say anything. Not that he wanted to be someone’s potential affair either, but he didn’t want to be kicked out if he said something wrong. "… So what’d you do?" he asked curiously, figuring small talk wouldn’t hurt.

"You’re welcome," he replies. It was nice to be kind again. Everything had been so hateful towards the end with her. Theta saw him glancing around, he knew that he must be curious. "I’m not married, not anymore anyway," he murmured after downing a bit of his glass. He sat it down and looked anywhere but at the pictures. "Oh, I’m a teacher. And I travel in the summer."



fobwatchedcenturion:

justalonelymonster:

fobwatchedcenturion:

82. Street Sex Worker!AU
So it wasn’t a good job. It wasn’t exactly one he was great at either, but he couldn’t get anything else right now. It was enough to get by, he supposed. Koschei gave a little huff, trying to keep warm in the clothes he had been wearing. The night had been fairly slow- even if it was fairly early, and at this point he had resorted to waiting outside a bar to spot any potential customers. His head perked up when he saw someone, sighing and getting up with a smile. No point in being terribly indirect, not at this point.

"Hey…" he started, catching up to the other man. "Hi, seems a bit early to be heading out, don’t you think?"

 "Are you sure?" He hoped that he could get him warmed up once they were inside. Theta smiled and said, "it’s nice to meet you Koschei." Even though it was strange circumstances, he was glad to have met him. When they reached his house, he rummaged in his pockets for the keys and then opened the door. He stepped inside and held the door open for him. "Sorry about the mess. My uh…it’s normally more tidy than this."

"Yeah, don’t worry about it." he smiled more, looking around when they walked inside. "Oh, it’s fine. I don’t mind- believe me, I’ve been to worse." he said, laughing softly. Koschei rubbed at his arms quickly before finally letting go of himself, appreciating how warm it was inside. He followed Theta inside, sitting down on one of the kitchen stools. He’d already seen one of the pictures, but he chose not to question it. "Nice house, though."

"Oh, well that’s…" He paused. He wasn’t going to day good. Theta led the way into the kitchen. He grabbed a packet of Jammie dodgers out of a cabinet and then the wine from the fridge. He set them down on the counter and then got out two glasses for the wine. "Thanks," he said, turning to him. He poured them each a glass and then handed him one. He took a Jammie dodger out of the packet and began to nibble on it before saying, "help yourself to anything while you’re here."



[i have a twitter for the Doctor, but no one interacts with him there. Does anyone with twitter rp accounts want to interact with the Doctor? Twitter ; fezzedtimelord]


fobwatchedcenturion:

justalonelymonster:

fobwatchedcenturion:

82. Street Sex Worker!AU
So it wasn’t a good job. It wasn’t exactly one he was great at either, but he couldn’t get anything else right now. It was enough to get by, he supposed. Koschei gave a little huff, trying to keep warm in the clothes he had been wearing. The night had been fairly slow- even if it was fairly early, and at this point he had resorted to waiting outside a bar to spot any potential customers. His head perked up when he saw someone, sighing and getting up with a smile. No point in being terribly indirect, not at this point.

"Hey…" he started, catching up to the other man. "Hi, seems a bit early to be heading out, don’t you think?"

He didn’t expect questions to be asked and if anything, he wanted to avoid talking about anything in his life. Maybe he should have led the way to the nearest hotel, he would see the pictures on the walls when he led the way to his home. “Huh? Oh, yeah. ‘M fine. You?” He glanced over at him. He didn’t seem tipsy, at least not like he was. “You can call me Theta, by the way,” he said, realizing that they hadn’t introduced their names. Seeing the neighborhood up ahead, he said, “There it is. Just down the street there, the one with the blue door.”

"Me? I’m fine." Fine as he was going to get, at least. He smiled again, looking down the street and nodding. It was still dim out, but he could make out the blue. It seemed a bit big for one person, but he wouldn’t really question it. He nodded again, making sure to remember it before replying, "And I’m Koschei." he said, smiling and walking up to his house, waiting for him to open the door.

"Are you sure?" He hoped that he could get him warmed up once they were inside. Theta smiled and said, "it’s nice to meet you Koschei." Even though it was strange circumstances, he was glad to have met him. When they reached his house, he rummaged in his pockets for the keys and then opened the door. He stepped inside and held the door open for him. "Sorry about the mess. My uh…it’s normally more tidy than this."



fobwatchedcenturion:

fobwatchedcenturion:

82. Street Sex Worker!AU
So it wasn’t a good job. It wasn’t exactly one he was great at either, but he couldn’t get anything else right now. It was enough to get by, he supposed. Koschei gave a little huff, trying to keep warm in the clothes he had been wearing. The night had been fairly slow- even if it was fairly early, and at this point he had resorted to waiting outside a bar to spot any potential customers. His head perked up when he saw someone, sighing and getting up with a smile. No point in being terribly indirect, not at this point.

"Hey…" he started, catching up to the other man. "Hi, seems a bit early to be heading out, don’t you think?"
"Okay, sounds good." he said, the friendly tone he had been talking with sounding far more genuine than when he was just trying to pick him up. His eyebrows knitted a moment, frowning softly. He wouldn’t ask what was wrong, but he could sort of… Tell… A little, at least. Instead Koschei just nodded, glancing down the road. "That’s fine- are you okay?" he asked, smiling as he finally seemed to gather himself enough to walk proper. He’d been with drunker men before, but he couldn’t help but worry.

He didn’t expect questions to be asked and if anything, he wanted to avoid talking about anything in his life. Maybe he should have led the way to the nearest hotel, he would see the pictures on the walls when he led the way to his home. “Huh? Oh, yeah. ‘M fine. You?” He glanced over at him. He didn’t seem tipsy, at least not like he was. “You can call me Theta, by the way,” he said, realizing that they hadn’t introduced their names. Seeing the neighborhood up ahead, he said, “There it it. Just down the street there, the one with the blue door.”



"You need to sleep sometime."

fobwatchedcenturion:

"You’re one to talk—"

"I’m fine, Theta… ‘m fine…"

"Yeah, well….I’ve had practice at going longer without sleep."

"No you’re not. You’re dead on your feet. Go get some sleep. I’ll watch the kids."



'be intimate with me'

dxntknowwhereiam:

justalonelymonster:

33. raising a child together

He bounced the baby in his arms, hoping that their daughter would go to sleep soon. Clara had insisted that he stay at her home while she worked, their home now, he supposed. He’d rather not be left alone all day with the baby. What if he got bored? What if something happened? What if he hurt the baby? That last one wouldn’t happen, but he couldn’t help but worry. The Doctor found her in the kitchen, probably making herself a quick breakfast before she had to leave. “Are you sure that you can’t call off another day?”

              She smiled, heading over to put her packed meals in her bag before grabbing her jacket and helmet.  His ability to speak baby had been quite a lifesaver; not once did they have to guess what Aurora wanted.  It also meant the Doctor got midnight duty after Clara had a long day at work.  Alright, you’ll be able to reach me through the office.  But you two will be fine, she said, heading out to her motorcycle to drive to the school and start her day.

"Okay. Don’t you worry. I know how to find you." In the beginning of their relationship, he’d been a proper gentleman, bringing her lunch so that she didn’t have to pack a meal or he’d take her out for lunch, somewhere, romantic like Paris and then back before she could be late, it was one of the wonders of having a time machine. "Wave bye-bye to mummy, Rory." The baby giggled and waved to her mother with little assistance from him, she was growing fast. "See you later, Clara," he called out to her before she left, then he turned around, sighed and carried their daughter into the living room.



"Marry Me"

blewonaleaf:

justalonelymonster:

The Doctor blinked and then stared at her. Had she really just asked him that? “Sorry, what?” He had heard her wrong, he had to. Clara wouldn’t ask him to marry her. No, if anything, she would have waited for him to ask her. Then again, that might never happen, even if he did feel something for her. “I uh…are you sure? You want to marry me?”

Clara listened to him for several moments, and when he agreed to marry her, she practically jumped into his arms with excitement. Her face completely lit up and she beamed at him. “You mean it? You’ll really, really, marry me?” She asked, smiling at him. Her eyes were wide with happiness, and she really didn’t know what else to say to him.

His arms wound tightly around her when she jumped into them. He buried his face in her neck, smiling as he did so. This wasn’t a dream, it was real. They were going to get married, even though they’d never really discussed that they were a couple in the first place. He moved his head back a little to press a kiss to her forehead. “Thank you Clara. Thank you for being braver than me.”










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