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    CROWLEY: I try not to make a habit of gratitude, but I must give our appreciation to everyone out there who’s been listening and subscribing to The Ineffable Plan.
    AZIRAPHALE: Ooh, yes, we’ve become quite popular, haven’t we?
    CROWLEY: Yeah, just hit number eight on the advice charts … No advertising at all.
    AZIRAPHALE: Mm. How … miraculous.
    CROWLEY: … Aziraphale. You did not.

     

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    Crowley and Aziraphale are very possibly the people least qualified, on the entire planet, to start up an advice podcast.

    But what else is there to do when the world isn’t ending anytime soon, you’re technically on indefinite sabbatical from your lifelong careers, and you need a plausible excuse to spend more time with your best friend who you’re definitely not, absolutely not, maybe just a little, actually maybe overwhelmingly in love with?

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    09 Dec 2019

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    The first winter after the world didn't end, it snows in London. Crowley and Aziraphale still haven't talked about their relationship status. They continue not to discuss it over a late-night coffee in a cozy Soho cafe, then talk around, below, and to the side of the subject as they walk home together, hand-in-hand.

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    09 Dec 2019

  3. Public Bookmark 46

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    The year is 3021, and Aziraphale and Crowley have been married for a thousand years. Together, they manage the London Archive, a futuristic information hub that stands on the same block that one held a bookstore. An Anglican priest who visits regularly has a huge crush on Aziraphale, and Crowley is amused … until the priest grows bitter enough to make a very poor choice. As it turns out, envy is a bad look for a man of the cloth, and pissing off an angel is far worse.

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    07 Dec 2019

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    Written for this Tadfield Advertiser prompt: Crowley finally gets Aziraphale to take the damn smartphone, angel, and Aziraphale knows vaguely that he can send brief messages and photos to Crowley. And SOMEHOW it never occured to Crowley that Aziraphale would find out about sending nudes nor think of such a thing himself. So when he starts getting some very ~tasteful~ (and frequent) naked selfies from the angel he just about loses the ability to control all his limbs.

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    04 Dec 2019

  5. Public Bookmark 59

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    Some bedroom banter about penances puts a not-quite-nice idea into Aziraphale’s head, but it turns into a sweet exploration of how liberating it is for Crowley to simply surrender to his angel, and Aziraphale feeling his way into the responsibility that comes with being even a soft Dom.

    Or, a four part broadside of unapologetic filth, with a fluffy little cherry on top.

     

    He sidles around the last stack of books and sets down the bottle, and is about to swivel onto the couch when Aziraphale’s knee comes up, catching him just hard enough on the leg to throw him off balance, and he stumbles sideways. A strong hand catches him before he can hurt himself, and another shifts to press him facedown over the angel’s knees. He’s a little gobsmacked by how fast it’s happened.

    The hand is quite unyielding. Aziraphale’s sitting forward so that Crowley’s just off the edge of the couch, knees on the floor. He braces his forearms on a small pile of 1860’s travel journals and experimentally pushes upward. He’s not going anywhere.

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    16 Nov 2019