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The Social Network: the kink meme!

It's Complicated: But sexy!

zuckonitkinkeme zuckonitkinkeme wrote in tsn_kinkmeme
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IMPORTANT: please DO NOT post prompts about any non-public people as part of a prompt. for example: randi zuckerberg is fine as she is a public figure both on the internet and on facebook itself. priscilla chan is NOT as she is not a public figure.

if you're in doubt, please message the mod or leave a comment in the discussion post.

♥ post requests and responses in the comments to this post.
♥ be respectful.
♥ both a pairing/character AND a prompt/kink must be posted.
♥ one pairing/prompt per comment please.
♥ you are encouraged to try and write a prompt for every request you make.
♥ we are slash, femslash, het, three-and-moresomes etc. friendly. (we are even incest friendly what with some of our characters being twins and all...)
♥ no pairing bashing, OK? no need to wank over ships.
♥ long and short fics welcome. multiple responses encouraged!
♥ please try to refrain from saying 'seconded!' as much as possible.
♥ on RPF: Please disclaim that it is RPF, a work of fiction and in no way related to the actual actors/persons/etc. (i wouldn't even try and discourage RPF from this meme ;))


♥ alphabetize pairings/threesomes/moresomes. (e.g. Eduardo/Mark/Sean etc.)
♥ put [RPF] before RPF prompts. (e.g. [RPF] Andrew/Jesse)
♥ for crossover prompts: "[Crossover], The Social Network Character(s)/Other Character(s), [Fandom]" (e.g. [Crossover], Eduardo/Columbus, [Zombieland])
♥ no "!" in pairings, only in descriptions. (e.g. Eduardo/Mark, FacebookCreator!Eduardo, CFO!Mark)
♥ anyone, everyone, no one? Use "Other." (e.g. Sean/Other)
♥ put [GEN] before GEN prompts.


♥ please don't embed. link to images/videos.
♥ no locked material. this includes communities, even if membership is open.
♥ fills can be posted anonymously or not.
♥ fills can be anything: fic, art, vid, fanmix, podfic, etc.
♥ all prompts are open to fills at all times, even if they have been filled in the past or are being currently filled by someone else. multiple fills are positively encouraged; if something appeals to you then do not be put off creating a new fill by the existence of a prior one.






have fun!

THERE WILL BE UNMARKED SPOILERS. enter at your own risk! :D


i know you guys are enjoying this meme and i appreciate that but please can you put the SUBJECT HEADER on your prompt. you would REALLY be helping me out if you could do that. it just saves time for me when i'm trying to tag everything in delicious.

AND PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT repost prompts from parts one, two or three over here again. the delicious is around for people to find prompts they may not have already seen.

FILL (2a/?); kindness is a card game

thanks so much for the feedback on the first part! fyi, i'm going to be very busy over the next few days, so updates will be sporadic until thursday. sorry!!!

There is barely enough time for the trembling fourteen-year-old boy whose name is called to stagger his way up to the platform before the shouts and hollers of the volunteers begin to ring out. There's a protocol for this, Eduardo assumes, somewhere, but it's one that hasn't been followed at least in his lifetime—who would try to make this neat and orderly when there's fantastic television to be found in hundreds of teenage boys screaming for their deaths?

He'd judge them, but Eduardo's among their numbers, yelling until his voice is hoarse and waving his arms with the best of them. This is District 4, where the warm weather and abundance of water mean prosperity yes, but also something else: Career. There's no need to force recruits when children are trained for the Hunger Games since as soon as they can walk; the opportunity for fame, to bring honor and prosperity to your family and district, is a desire bred in the collective psyche as deeply and fervently as possible. The volunteers have transcended simple peer pressure; they have started to want it.

Not Eduardo, though he'd never admit so out loud. He's volunteered every year that he's been eligible, even when he was twelve and had barely surpassed eighty pounds, but he's self-aware enough to know that there's no desire, only the constant presence of his father's stern gaze somewhere just out of his range of vision. It's there now, though for once, Eduardo isn't looking for it. He is eighteen. This is his last year, but in many ways, it is his first: the eighteen-year-olds are the only ones ever chosen, the ones with the largest bodies and the most experience. He's never stood a chance of being chosen from the sea of wannabes in years past. This year? There's a chance.

And he doesn't want it. It's more than just the fact that even at eighteen, even with a strenuous regimen of diet and exercise only afforded by his family's relative wealth, he has yet to fill any muscles out into his long and lanky frame. It's more than just the fact that the girl who has been selected, Christy Lee, is sweet and funny and someone that he's known since he was five. It's more than the fact that he doesn't want to die.

It's that Eduardo watches the Hunger Games every year sick to his stomach, the only thing keeping him glued to the screen the fear of retribution both from the Capitol and his father. He fosters no sense of competition, does not root for one tribute against the other or make bets with his peers, does not analyze the strategy to the utmost degree in an attempt to see which games have the most relative merit. Eduardo watches the Hunger Games and hears nothing but the sickening crack of broken bones and bodies or the soft cry of a small girl finally killed by her competitor. Eduardo has none of the killing spirit that his father so desperately wishes that he has. And Eduardo is grateful.

Until now. It takes a moment to register that it's his name that has been called out by the smiling blonde woman, and that the rest of the boys huddled around him are turning around to stare with envy at him. It's lucky that he's learned to turn his body on autopilot, because there's no way he would be able to make it up to the stage if he was relying on his mind to jump start things for him.