daisysusan: (stock: almost the winklecats)
Title: Purr, Purr, Purr
Author: [livejournal.com profile] daisysusan  
Fandom: The Social Network
Genre: Gen, humor
Characters: Chris, Dustin, Mark, Eduardo
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1560
Summary: Dustin turns into a kitten.
Notes: (1) HAPPY BIRTHDAY, [livejournal.com profile] opheliahyde! (2) Unbetaed, but many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] scorpiod1 for her help. (3) This is twice as long as I really meant for it to be. Whoops. Also, because it bears repeating, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HEATHER!


Purr, Purr, Purr

soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur )
daisysusan: (tsn: a mark zuckerberg production)
Title: the idea of growing old
Author: [livejournal.com profile] daisysusan  
Fandom: The Social Network
Genre: Romance
Pairing: Chris/Dustin
Rating: PG
Word Count: 2,100
Summary: Chris thought kids would be something that happened to other people, but maybe he'd come to that conclusion a little hastily.
Notes: (1) Part of my in other words 'verse and also an explicit prequel to one day we'll tell the story of us by [livejournal.com profile] indecentexposed. (2) My thanks to [livejournal.com profile] indecentexposed for letting me play in her world, to [livejournal.com profile] opheliahyde for being an amazing beta, and to [livejournal.com profile] alexthegreat for reminding me that diabetes from fic isn't necessarily bad. (3) Title is shamelessly nicked from "The Idea of Growing Old," by The Features.

Disclaimer: This story is about the fictional representations of these characters from the movie The Social Network, and is in no way a reflection on these actual people. I am making no money from this and am in no way affiliated with the movie itself. Also, seriously, if you found this by googling yourself, abort now, this is not a drill.


the idea of growing old

But now he’s standing in the shade and watching Dustin get pinned to the ground and tickled by a giggling three-year-old in a garishly pink dress and—well, he thinks he could probably get used to seeing that. )
daisysusan: (tsn: paid assassin)
Title: they were cheering you on
Author: [livejournal.com profile] daisysusan  
Fandom: The Social Network
Genre: Smut
Pairing: Chris/Dustin, background Mark/Eduardo, OT4 implications
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 2,123
Summary: Sometimes, the things that go bump in the night are less bumping and more banging.
Notes: For [livejournal.com profile] alexthegreat , who provided the inspiration.

Disclaimer: This story is about the fictional representations of these characters from the movie The Social Network, and is in no way a reflection on these actual people. I am making no money from this and am in no way affiliated with the movie itself. Also, seriously, if you found this by googling yourself, abort now, this is not a drill.


they were cheering you on

Last week, when he woke up, it wasn’t to the whisper of Chris’s breathing and the sort nighttime noises from the quad beyond the window. No, it was to something else entirely. )
daisysusan: (tsn: the children of divorce)
Title: somewhere in the crowd there's you
Author: [livejournal.com profile] daisysusan 
Fandom: The Social Network
Genre: Angst, romance
Paring: Chris/Dustin
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: ~6,500
Summary: As it turns out, even the most stable relationship is hard when you're two time zones and a five hour flight away from your boyfriend; or, Chris goes to work for the Obama campaign. This story exists in the same universe as in other words, but there's nothing there you need to know.
Notes: (1) All my thanks to the lovely [livejournal.com profile] opheliahyde for reading this over and telling me, basically, where it sucked, and also to [livejournal.com profile] alexthegreat for providing suggestions and putting up with my babble about this. (2) The title is from the ABBA song Super Trouper, for which I really have no excuse. (3) I am always, always open to constructive criticism. (4) Now with a soundtrack here, added 7/26/11.

Disclaimer: This story is about the fictional representations of these characters from the movie The Social Network, and is in no way a reflection on these actual people. I am making no money from this and am in no way affiliated with the movie itself. Also, seriously, if you found this by googling yourself, abort now, this is not a drill.


somewhere in the crowd there's you

The problem is that they fight so little that they're not good at it. Well, obviously they can fight, but they're not good at the aspect of it where they can be in a fight and still be totally and obviously in love. )
daisysusan: (tsn: the children of divorce)
Title: off my feet
Author: [livejournal.com profile] daisysusan 
Fandom: The Social Network
Genre: Romance poooooooorn
Paring: Chris/Dustin
Rating: NC-17. LIKE WOAH.
Word Count: 3,000
Summary: Dustin just thinks having sex on a trampoline would be awesome, okay?
Notes: (1) There's a video somewhere that inspired this, but I am not going to dig up a homemade porn video that someone linked me to years ago just to link to here. Just google for a while, people. (2) The thing that makes me the most embarrassed about this is that there is legitimately no one else I can blame it on. No prompts, no co-conspirators, I just thought "Man, Dustin would like having trampoline sex" and then wrote it. /o\ (3) Unbetaed. Please tell me about typos and crap. (4) I am always, always open to constructive criticism.

Disclaimer: This story is about the fictional representations of these characters from the movie The Social Network, and is in no way a reflection on these actual people. I am making no money from this and am in no way affiliated with the movie itself. Also, seriously, if you found this by googling yourself, abort now, this is not a drill.


off my feet

“Seriously, Dustin?” he’d said. “You do realize that we’ll probably be seen and then arrested for public indecency, and that if we aren’t, we’ll fall off and break all our bones and have to explain why we’re naked next to a trampoline in flagrante delicto, right?” )
daisysusan: (tsn: remember the algorithm)
Title: still your song
Author: [livejournal.com profile] daisysusan 
Fandom: The Social Network
Genre: Romance
Paring: Mark/Eduardo
Rating: PG-13 for language (technically, I think, the language in here would get it an R from the MPAA, but let's not split hairs)
Word Count: ~14,000
Summary: Sometimes Eduardo thinks about his life, because that's the only way to make sense of it all.
Notes: (1) There is a soundtrack to go with this, because apparently that is something I do now. You can download it here. The cover art is from this flickr photostream. (2) Title of the fic is shamelessly, shamelessly stolen from the Goo Goo Dolls'—wait for it—"Still Your Song," which is, unsurprisingly, on the soundtrack. (3) I am eternally grateful to [livejournal.com profile] lanewinree for putting up with more than a month of crazy-hands while I tried to figure out what was happening in my life with the this, [livejournal.com profile] hm_yrie for being a lovely test audience and answering my inane questions about legal technicalities, and [livejournal.com profile] moogle62 for generally being a sexy pudding boar. (4) I am always, always open to constructive criticism.

Disclaimer: This story is about the fictional representations of these characters from the movie The Social Network, and is in no way a reflection on these actual people. I am making no money from this and am in no way affiliated with the movie itself. Also, seriously, if you found this by googling yourself, abort now, this is not a drill.


still your song
 
With a detached sort of surprise, he realizes that he’s never thought through that part of the story before. Gretchen, Sy, they never asked. For all that the depositions were an unraveling of his friendship with Mark, no one cared why they were friends in the first place. )
daisysusan: (tsn: facebook four)
Title: in other words
Author: [livejournal.com profile] daisysusan 
Fandom: The Social Network
Genre: Romance
Rating: NC-17 (yeah, this happened)
Word Count: ~4,000
Summary: Five times Chris doesn't take Dustin seriously and one time he does.
Notes: (1) This was originally posted here at the kink meme, for the prompt Five times no one took Dustin seriously and one time somebody did. (2) The title, vague as it is, was inspired by the Frank Sinatra song "Fly Me to the Moon," which has recurring lyrics like "in other words, hold my hand, in other words, baby, kiss me" and "in other words, I love you." (3) Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] hm_yrie and [livejournal.com profile] moogle62 for reading this over and helping me through my crippling insecurity about writing smut (and especially to Ri for helping me with the bits I didn't like). (4) I am always, always open to constructive criticism because I'd love to get better at this whole writing deal.

Disclaimer: This story is about the fictional representations of these characters from the movie The Social Network, and is in no way a reflection on these actual people. I am making no money from this and am in no way affiliated with the movie itself. Also, seriously, if you found this by googling yourself, abort now, this is not a drill.


in other words

He doesn’t know any more, can never tell what’s appropriate around Chris because everything he does feels like a come-on or a cheap trick just to be able to touch him, and he spends every second worried that Chris will see right through him. )

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