NYC_Utopia



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    17 Jan 2020

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    Hastur wants revenge, Gabriel doesn't want to waste a perfectly good angel. It's a deal made in Hell.

    Crowley will do anything it takes to get his angel back, but will Aziraphale even remember who he is?

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    06 Jan 2020

  3. Rec 10

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    31 Good Omens ficlets.

    #18 - Habit - Crowley is no stranger to a nunnery.

    #19 - Waiting - Making tea - making it properly - has become one of the true pleasures of Aziraphale’s existence.

    #20 - Sin - Crowley is a liar, so used to lying that he is still lying now, even as he holds onto Aziraphale so tightly the angel is worried his nails will rip holes in his coat.

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    05 Jan 2020

  4. Rec 18

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    The adventures of Aziraphale and Crowley’s pining, fluffy, awkward, messy antics in a fake relationship while they pretend they’re not desperately in love with each other, told from both of their points of view.

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    30 Dec 2019

  5. Rec 59

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    The Cold War is ending, and Crowley can’t help but love an angel.


    Aziraphale hummed happily to himself and bustled about, getting out an appropriate tea service and putting a plate of scones on the table. Crowley helped himself to one, nibbling at it while he watched Aziraphale work.

    He could almost see the angel’s halo when he was like this, lost in some pleasant task and content in his labor. So much less fraught, going through rituals like these with no one to see and judge and reprimand if anything wasn’t done to someone else’s standards. The only witness was Crowley, and Aziraphale had made it clear some time ago that if Crowley had a complaint about how Aziraphale made his tea, he was quite at liberty to go home and make his own. No, this was something Aziraphale was doing for himself, because he found it soothing and pleasurable and good, and Aziraphale was practically glowing with it.

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    27 Dec 2019