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It's Complicated: But sexy!

zuckonitkinkeme zuckonitkinkeme wrote in tsn_kinkmeme
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quick note; GUYS. please be aware that if you posted a prompt in part six and it is now screened, i have posted them to the post already - so that you guys don't have to. thanks for being patient and making the fill-a-thon such a success!

sorry i didn't get much of delicious done; i lacked the internet over the break but rest assured i have absolutely nothing to do so will get it, hopefully.




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.
NEW: ♥ PLEASE comment with the first of your fill to the PROMPT and then all future updates as a comment to the FIRST PART of the fill. this makes it easier for both the WIP spreadhseet and for archiving stuff on delicious. it also helps people who are trying to catch up on updates and don't have to look through every fill on the prompt (should it have more than one). thank you.






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 three, four, five or six over here again. the delicious is around for people to find prompts they may not have already seen. (prompts for parts one and two are now up for reposting.)




Friendship fic, or them actually together, I don't really care.

Just Dustin and girl!Mark and their slightly baffling friendship and all sorts of shenanigans, and Dustin giving Mark a piggy back ride across campus, and once, terrifyingly, being forced to help her do her hair.

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i can't even ...kadfjljdfkldj.

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Awww, poor Dustin! This is awesome, please fix them soon! :)

fill 2: Friday's child is loving and giving

If Dustin was being honest (or drunk), then, yes, of course, there was a time, a very long time ago, when he had thought, maybe, you know, he and Mark would end up together and have gorgeous Jewish babies that could hack into NORAD by age four. (And Dustin's mom will cry at their wedding and he will be the best son ever.)

That dream crashed and burned as soon as Eduardo Saverin followed Chris back to their dorm room, all tall and classically handsome. Dustin would begrudge Wardo more, if the man wasn't such a good guy. The kind of guy Mark deserves.

Dustin resigns himself to being the opening act for the Mark-n-Eduardo show. Plus, he has Chris and it's not all bad. Mark is hilariously vulgar and mean and brilliant and smoking hot, even when she is being kinda gross. But then again, Mark is being measured against Chris and Eduardo…so in conclusion: Mark as a best friend is pretty awesome.

And then Eric Albright happened. And Wardo stopped coming over, like basically, every night. When he did, he looked like someone killed his puppy. (Chris expressly forbids Dustin from buying Wardo a puppy).

And then Facemash, the Phoenix, thefacebook, Sean Parker, the chicken, the interns and Palo Alto. Suddenly, people are throwing money at them and they have employees, human resources, lawyers, health insurance, and more interns than you can shake a stick at.

And then Wardo and fuck-you flip flops and everything fell apart. Dustin didn't know about the dilution, and he isn't hundred percent sure that even Mark knew everything before Wardo destroyed her favorite laptop. Mark can be a robotic bitch (in the best way) but even she would have known how Wardo react to his share being diluted down to point-zero-three percent. Dustin saw that look of surprise, and it was not an act. (She's a terrible at acting).

And even if Mark and Wardo weren't dating, it felt like a breakup. Mark got Dustin and Wardo got Chris, except, in the end, she gets Chris anyways, at least for a little while. Wardo is gone. Chris leaves for Obama.

And it's just Dustin and Mark.

Dustin watches Mark and sometimes, he wonders, if, just maybe, he has another chance. Maybe, he can make her smile again, that little smile that lurks in the corner of her mouth. (The one only Wardo saw.) He thinks about white weddings and supersmart babies.

And then Mark smirks at Dustin with a eye roll of pure derision--one of the interns had picked a fight about Ruby--and he laughs and grins back.

No, probably not.

But, that's okay.

Dustin balls up a sheet of paper and chucks it at Mark. It hits her on the back of her head and she, without even turning around, flips him the bird.

No, it's not perfect.

But it's pretty close.

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Re: fill 2: Friday's child is loving and giving

Thank you!

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Aww, sweet and very wistful. Is this finished then? Wish there was more, but if not, it's great the way it is now.

Re: fill 2: Friday's child is loving and giving

God, this is so heartbreaking. The fact that Dustin, the eternal optimist, sounds so resigned and defeated is the saddest part of all. I'd love to read a happier ending but, on the other hand, this one fits perfectly. Ouch.

Re: fill 2: Friday's child is loving and giving

I did not mean for Dustin to sound defeated. Sad, definitely, but he loves Mark enough to want to her to have her perfect ending. And he doesn't want to be second-best and Mark isn't ready to let Wardo go.

I may be overly invested.

Thanks for reading.

fill 2: Monday's child is fair of face.

In AP Lit, Chris picked Persuasion for his extra credit project. It was a big mistake. He never finished the book, unable to get past the twenty-third chapter, and ended up settling for an A- in the class.

Chris hates Mark, he hates Eduardo, and most of all, he hates Sean fucking Parker. He hates this mess that is now his responsiblity to clean up. And most of all, he hates himself for not seeing it coming.

It is all just a fucking pile of steaming shit and there is nothing that he can do to make it better. Chris still tries, tries so hard to be a friend to Eduardo, to just be there for Dustin, and still, somehow, stay loyal to Mark. Because even though this is all her fucking fault, Chris knows this one bad, very very bad, decision does not constitutes the entirety of Mark Elliot Zuckerberg.

She is insanity and brilliance, arrogance and hilarity. She makes Freshman Orientation leaders cry and Dustin snort soda through his nose. She is mockery, obliviousness, and steadfast. She trades a one-time nine-month rental of her uterus for a tampons-and-Red-Bull run in the middle of a New England blizzard—Chris's first—and makes Chris go back when he gets the wrong kind of tampons. (Chris has it on paper, signed and witness by Dustin, and one day, when he has found the perfect boy and had the perfect wedding, fuck you DOMA, he is going to call it in.)

Mark and Chris are friends. And if he was really drunk and sappy, Chris might even admit he that he loves her, a little at least, like a sister. But he does not say any of that, ever. And he will damnit, he will get through this without hurting her or Eduardo.

(It is pretty much impossible, but, eventually, it is over.)

They settles for an undisclosed six figures amount and non-voting share. And Eduardo runs away, far far away from her. Chris hates him, just a little, for it, but he doesn't blame him.

Because Chris is leaving too. The world is bigger than Harvard, bigger than Facebook and Silicon Valley. And he has a chance to make a difference, be the change, et cetera and et cetera.

There is a part of him that wants to stay, to watch over Mark and Dustin. Mark is getting better at walling away that part of her that still gets disappointed when she looks up, searching, and fails to find Eduardo. And Dustin is getting that look again, the look Dustin hid away after Eduardo turned their Harry Potter trio into a Hobbit foursome.

Chris knows that look because it usually comes out when Dustin gets dumped by another gorgeous girl with a sharp tongue and sharper mind.

"Beautiful and smart, Chris," Dusin would inevitably slurr into his glass, "Babies that are beautiful and smart…and NORAD."

And Chris would pretend not to undesrstand. Instead, he would pat Dusin on the back, buy him another drink, and confiscate his phone. Because as much as he wants Dustin to have want he wants, and as much as he wants Mark to smile again, Chris knows it will end badly.

(Dustin knows it, too. And, Chris suspects, so does Mark.)

Because, at three and twenty, Chris thinks he might finally understand. It was never a boast or a coy hint, but a confession of sin, of vice and personal failing. To loving longest, when existence or when hope is gone, is a terrible thing.

Chris leaves. He doesn't think about the brittle curve of Mark's spine or the determined set of Dustin's mouth. He doesn't think about Eduardo, an ocean and continent away. He thinks about his boyfriend, asleep in their bed, and of polling numbers and conventions and fundraisers and voter registration.

Chris leaves.

But he comes back.

Re: fill 2: Monday's child is fair of face.

Because, at three and twenty, Chris thinks he might finally understand. It was never a boast or a coy hint, but a confession of sin, of vice and personal failing. To loving longest, when existence or when hope is gone, is a terrible thing.

oh my god let me die

Re: fill 2: Monday's child is fair of face. - (Anonymous), 2011-08-10 05:21 am (UTC)(Expand)

Re: fill 2: Monday's child is fair of face.

You're wonderful anon!

"Beautiful and smart, Chris," Dusin would inevitably slurr into his glass, "Babies that are beautiful and smart…and NORAD."

Poor Dustin. He was always in love with Mark in this one and Chris saw that, pretended not see it.

fill 2: Wednesday's child is full of woe.


Mark Elliot was his best friend. He was his first roommate in college. He was his best man and the brother he never had. He was a giant, gregarious, generous, and nothing like his namesake.

Mark Elliot died from cancer a month before his only daughter was born, two weeks too early.

(She was suppose to be Baby Boy Zuckerberg, but Mark has never been what she was suppose to be.)

Ewing (yes, his parents were probably two of the ten people that voted for Adlai Stevenson in ‘52 and ‘56) loves his daughter, but he hasn’t stop worrying about her since she arrived too early, too small, and too fragile.

She has terrified Ewing from the moment he held her tiny body in his hands, all pink and indignant.

He worries about all his children: his eldest who takes too much responsibility upon his shoulders; his second son who is quiet, shy, and too wise; and his youngest who stumbles trying to escape from the long shadows cast by his older siblings.

But Mark worries him most of all, not because she is a girl (though, if he was being entirely honest, it does matter a little), but because she has so little fear. His daughter has been running ahead, wild, fearless, and careless, before she could even really walk. He can’t protect her, not from the world, not from loss or judgement or really anything, not even from herself.

So he worries. It is his job. And he worries most of all, about her heart.

Ewing knows her heart is strong like the concrete that built and outlasted the Roman Empire. And like concrete, its flaws and cracks will never heal, will never fade. One could fix its appearance. And it will still be as sturdy and strong, but it will never be the same. And one, pushed beyond its limits, it will crumple back into ash and rubble.

Ewing worries about his daughter’s heart because it is so strong.

And he has already seen it crack. Ewing knows his daughter is not faultless, but it does not mean he doesn’t ache and worry for her. He had hoped, foolishly perhaps, that with time and distance apart, she would be okay. She might look to another, like the red-headed boy that stayed.

But she doesn’t.

So Ewing worries.

It is his job.

(Mark Elliot would have loved his beautiful, brilliant daughter.)

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Re: fill 2: Wednesday's child is full of woe. - (Anonymous), 2011-08-10 04:47 am (UTC)(Expand)