Date: 11/12/2012 2:47 AM Title: Chapter One
Love coming across these tales again. However they need a health warning along the lines of liable to give you manic giggles when travelling in elevators. The one in my lab is the slowest in the universe, but slow takes on a whole new meaning now ATCSL scenes slowness is pointed out. Love the camera angles for that scene: its not what K and S are doing but their shadows. The same approach is seen in RfM Forget scene.
I wonder what the Sickbay biobed would come up with. It's seen a lot too.
Date: 06/26/2010 10:15 PM Title: Chapter One
You know, I think you're on to something here. I couldn't help but think of the infamous "tubolift scene" in "And the Children Shall Lead" while reading (that was one suspiciously long ride, Mr./Ms. Tubolift...). Anyway, this is a brilliant piece. I'm always a fan of K/S stories from the perspectives of those around them, and this fic is one of the best. Your cute and compassionate characterization of the turbolift was a joy to read. Thanks for writing this!
Date: 04/29/2010 12:03 AM Title: Chapter One
Awesome! This was both hilarious, angsty, and sweet. This line? I’m not sure if you’re aware, but there’s something about getting into a turbolift that seems to make some men want to take their penises out of their pants. Made me LAUGH OUT LOUD.
Date: 03/04/2010 4:54 AM Title: Chapter One
I just found this little gem. It should come with a spew warning. I thought I was going to choke to death when I read "I’m not sure if you’re aware, but there’s something about getting into a turbolift that seems to make some men want to take their penises out of their pants." Truly a masterpiece of writing from another perspective on K/S. Simply brilliant and funny. Bravo!
Date: 04/26/2008 6:11 AM Title: Chapter One
This is one of my favourite K/S stories in existence - laugh-aloud giggly, sweet, sexy, all at once. I especially love the turbolift's two conclusions regarding humans; they're funny 'cause they're true. :P Wonderful tale!
Date: 04/17/2008 1:54 AM Title: Chapter One
One of my favorite stories by this author. There's nothing like a third-party observer, especially when that observer happens to be an inanimate object. Of course, the way this story is written, the "object" in question is not so inanimate. What I find truly extraordinary about this story is how the author combines comedy with tragedy. The story is lighthearted, until it is not, and then it is again. Kind of like life...if we're lucky.
Date: 04/05/2008 9:26 PM Title: Chapter One
Brilliant! Absolutely BRILLIANT. This was one of a small handful of stories that drew me into this KS world and left me breathless a year ago. Thank you! ALL of your stories are treasures to me--I've read them again and again. Please keep them coming!