I: "I beg your pardon?"
O: "Well, I mean, you're more experienced with affairs of the heart. More wordly than me, for example."
I: "...I presume this is leading somewhere."
O: "How would a person go about indicating to the object of their affection that they're rather...taken with them -- in a romantic sense? Hypothetically speaking, of course."
I: "Of course. Generally the direct approach works. Tell them how you feel. Failing that. A gift, perhaps? Some flowers?"
O: "Right. Yes. Perhaps I should jot that down. For, um, future reference, of course."
I: "Of course."
(OOC note: This is set during the period of time when Adam had fiddled with everyone's memories and Owen was dorkified like whoa)
"Whoa, dude. You've gotta let her go." Dean's tone was calm, even sympathetic. That only enraged Owen more. "That alien thing that was inside of her, it's completely destroyed her. She's gone."
No. Not like this. "I'm supposed to save her this time. I can still save her."
"This is not the answer. Believe me, man. I know. Put the gun down. Making a deal with a demon is-"
Owen squeezed the trigger. Then he crouched down, retrieved the box and began to dig in the cross-road dirt.
He got another annoyed look for his trouble. "Will you stop bein' an immature shit, Owen. I'm tryin' to work."
"Awh, come on. You like the attention." Owen tossed back with a smirk. He turned back to his desk and began to fold another piece of paper.
Before he could finish, though, he felt something hit the back of his head.
He turned and grinned at Gwen.
"Took you long enough."
(ooc note: I am trying my darnedest to stick to the 100 word drabble rule with all of these. Enjoy.)
8. Wildly Inappropriate!Owen
11. Over-protective! Owen
I shall be making 3 settings: One for Relative Space muses in front of Sarah Jane's house, one on the Plas for all Torchwood muses, and one for general Doctor Who muses in front of a lovely Tardis.
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You are The Tower
Ambition, fighting, war, courage. Destruction, danger, fall, ruin.
The Tower represents war, destruction, but also spiritual renewal. Plans are disrupted. Your views and ideas will change as a result.
The Tower is a card about war, a war between the structures of lies and the lightning flash of truth. The Tower stands for "false concepts and institutions that we take for real." You have been shaken up; blinded by a shocking revelation. It sometimes takes that to see a truth that one refuses to see. Or to bring down beliefs that are so well constructed. What's most important to remember is that the tearing down of this structure, however painful, makes room for something new to be built.
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