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Sherlock Fic - The Plan
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Title: The Plan
Rating: Maybe 15+, if I'm being very cautious.
Disclaimer: I do not own these characters, and am making no profit from their use, more's the pity.
Warnings/ Pairings: Slash, Sherlock/John
Summary: John had a plan, and its name was Get Some Sex.  And the capitals were most certainly necessary.

AN: I needed a break from the angst-fest that is Reaction, so here this fic is. It's short and it's silly, but I wanted to write something that was just pure fun, and also that dealt with my head-canon of John as an adjusted, self-aware bisexual.  And many thanks ginbitch , who beta'd this for me.

Also, the lovely themusecalliope  has made a podfic of this story, and the wonderful sherryeris  has translated it into Chinese!


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This was such a delight! I love how much they just didn't see what the other person wanted. Silly boys!

And the ending? Yay!

I love writing oblivious!John :D

Loved it. Very funny and pretty hot, too. Sherlock lying through his teeth about there being no gay men in London was as hilarious as he was courageous in hitting on John, his only friend, at the end. And I particularly liked that John is completely comfortable with his sexuality. Go John! Thanks for another great read.

Thanks! I just wanted to write something funny.

This was glorious. I'd beg for a part two, but this is perfect all the same. :)

hee hee. Mission accomplished methinks. LOL. Loved it!

Oh I loved this one! Perfect :)

Loved it! Loved John's plans and his attitude. Loved Sherlock having missed the point and then devising his own plan. And so on.

I could just picture John using Sherlock as his own personal gaydar. And, of course, always being told the guy is straight because Sherlock has plans of his own...

*is mightily resisting the urge to say 'I love it when a plan comes together'* :D

I did love this though :D poor, frustrated John & Sherlock :)

John's a military man - I figured he's going to make a lot of plans :D

Okay, I wasn't going to read anything until I'd given it a try myself, but I got sucked in, and that: it made me laugh, and it made me go awww, and I don't regret it. At all.

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Thanks! I could picture Sherlock doing something like; trying to seduce John in a very oblique way, then just losing patience and outright asking him.

Wow, this one is so sweet and cute LOL.

Really a good distraction from the dark Reaction story. And it makes me admire you more. How could somebody write so good both in angst and sweetness? They are all right on spot, in terms of story and tonality.

But may I asked, if there is more following this? Too much space to imagine now^_^

Thanks! And there's no second part - this story is a stand-alone.

This is an *awesome* plan and I wholeheartedly endorse it ;) I'm not sure why, but John's Capitalised Plans made me grin every time.

Thanks! I figure John's a military man - he probably makes plans all the time.

I think I love you for this. X3

this is so cute! I love it, really well written and in character :)

I thought it was high time for some humour :D

This is quite wonderful! I love how John has Plans, in beginning caps even, as how important they are. I love how utterly dense the two of them about each other except when they're not. But I particularly love how Sherlock never did answer John's question about John's virtue.
As a note, you might want to add 'to' in the sentence....Sherlock had to have things spelled out to him. So John spelled it out....
On the same level of pickiness, (and I do completely apologize for it!), I usually see brunet spelled for brown-haired man. And, when talking about 'god, it's very odd to suddenly switch from singular (god, that is one being) to plural (they, as in many gods). I really like that sentence to, and given, putting 'he' in there smacks of male-bias language. On the other hand, because it a small 'g' in 'god', and not 'goddess', one can get away with describing 'he'. It also is likely that Watson, himself, would probably think of 'god' in terms of a masculine form, if he thinks of god at all.
But right! Very much enjoyed the story and hope to see more of your writings!

Thanks for that catch! Brunette just looks better to me, and I stick with 'they' because i'm not very religious and see no real point to assigning a specific pronoun.

I love this! Bless John and his Plans, and Sherlock and his failure to deduce the one important fact.