Never and always touching and touched.
Remember when I posted about William Shatner asking for photos of people giving Live Long and Prosper salute? Well they were all used to make this:
my headcanon for startrek is that humans look, to vulcans, like a dog frathouse. like signing on to a human ship is exactly that thrillingly loud and frustrating and fast and stupid and fun. the humans are going to dash off to a new sector to see if there are friends there and then they will jump up and down with delight and stuff their faces up against their new friends’ genital array. the humans are going to bark for ten minutes at a rock. the humans want to chase things they can’t possibly catch just because they like running around. the humans are madly passionate about their arbitrary group identities. the humans can be divided into new arbitrary group identities which they will then be passionate about. the humans want to stick their heads out of the window of their starship and go ‘wheee!’. if you step on a human’s paw they will act like you just killed them for about thirty seconds and then want more headpats. the humans can be immediately distracted from crucial duties by the appearance of a small animal. if you howl all the humans in earshot will howl louder just to show off. a human just humped your leg. ‘don’t make it weird bro’ the human says. later the human will dig a weird bug out of the ground and eat it.
So funny…but yet, so true. THIS is exactly what Mr. Spock’s eyebrow was saying, all along.
“Jim Kirk humped my leg, and other stories from Starfleet”
THE VERY FIRST STAR TREK SLASH FIC PUBLISHED
“A Fragment out of Time”, published in 1974.
Kirk / Spock.
I had to share it with you because I can’t stop laughing, and every time I reread it it just gets funnier and fUNNIER
This fan fiction is older than the push-through tabs on soda cans.
Your grandma wrote this on her Commodore 64.
I miss my Commodore 64
Oh my dear, sweet children. The Commodore 64 came out in 1982. This was produced on a typewriter and probably mimeographed. And while it may seem funny now, it took more courage to write and distribute this than you will ever know.
Reblogged for that last comment.
respect your elders
“It took more courage to write and distribute this than you will ever know.”
(Hunger Games salute to our foremothers)
“May the porn be ever in your favor.”
trying to communicate w ur mutuals without replies like
“On Vulcan, the teddy bears are alive, and they have 6-inch fangs.”
Captain, we must save the whales!
Water nearly went up my nose I was laughing so hard at this
THEY ARE NOT THE HELL YOUR WHALES