[identity profile] lilyfarfalla.livejournal.com
And thus ends the 2011 Holiday Free-for-All! Thanks to everyone who prompted, replied, and commented for making this a really fun week here on SGA Saturday! I've organized the responses by prompt below, but also included the prompts that didn't get a response this round, because who knows what may happen in the future....

Cowboy by [livejournal.com profile] esteefee
Cowboy Up by [livejournal.com profile] sixtail, (John/Rodney, Pg-13)
Cowboys&Aliens SGA style by [livejournal.com profile] anuminis, (Gen): The title says it all ^.~
Tend the Wounded by [livejournal.com profile] hoktauri, (Gen): A stranger wanders into town in search of a doctor; looks like he came to the right place.

Elegant by [livejournal.com profile] lar_laughs
Edged Weapons by [livejournal.com profile] rubygirl29,(John/Ronon, R)

Flag by [livejournal.com profile] hoktauri
Canada Victorious by [livejournal.com profile] esteefee, (John/Rodney, PG): first-time

Fur by [livejournal.com profile] squidgiepdx
An Odd Sort of Threesome by [livejournal.com profile] hoktauri, NC-17

Desire by [livejournal.com profile] theladymore

Joy by [livejournal.com profile] linziday

Cocoa by [livejournal.com profile] trillingstar

Irritate by [livejournal.com profile] stella_pegasi

Flagrant by [livejournal.com profile] sixtail
In Flagrante by [livejournal.com profile] esteefee (John/Rodney, R): a Fair Trade snippet for sixtail

Let me know if I missed something, and don't forget to archive your work in the AO3 collection.
jamie: bitter panda saying not quite zen (kitsune)
[personal profile] jamie

: conspicuously offensive; especially : so obviously inconsistent with what is right or proper as to appear to be a flouting of law or morality

In Latin, "flagrare" means "to burn," and "flagrans" means "burning" or "fiery hot" (both literally and figuratively). When it was first used in the 16th century, "flagrant" had the same meaning as "flagrans," but by the 18th century it had acquired its current meaning of "conspicuously bad." Some usage commentators warn against using "flagrant" and "blatant" interchangeably. While both words denote conspicuousness, they are not exact synonyms. "Blatant" is usually used of some person, action, or thing that attracts disapproving attention (e.g., "a blatant grammatical error"). "Flagrant" is used similarly, but usually carries a heavier weight of violated morality (e.g., "flagrant abuse of public office").
[identity profile] anuminis.livejournal.com
Title: Cowboys&Aliens SGA style
Artist: [livejournal.com profile] anuminis
Medium: digital manipulation
Pairing or Characters: John Sheppard, Rodney McKay
Rating: Gen
Summary: The title says it all ^.~
AN: I already did this with Danny and Steve from H50 but it just popped into my mind after seeing this prompt and I had to do it again :) I so love that movie!


Cowboys this way )
[identity profile] stella-pegasi.livejournal.com
Rodney's not the only member of the Expedition that can irritate everyone...Sheppard can certainly irritate Weir, the Wraith clearly irritate Ronon, Torren must irriate Teyla at times, and who's to say that Chuck isn't constantly irritated by Woolsey. Or maybe Sheppard or Rodney were irritated by nature...bug bite, caustic sap...or in Rodney's case...just fresh air.

Have fun!!!

irritate [ˈɪrɪˌteɪt]
1. to annoy or anger (someone)
2. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Biology) (tr) Biology to stimulate (an organism or part) to respond in a characteristic manner
3. (Medicine / Pathology) (tr) Pathol to cause (a bodily organ or part) to become excessively stimulated, resulting in inflammation, tenderness, etc.
[from Latin irrītāre to provoke, exasperate]

(Definition from The Free Dictionary)
ext_33932: meloni in sunglasses looking hot (gen joy scrubs)
[identity profile] trillingstar.livejournal.com
Does it snow in Pegasus? Well, it should. Or they're on Earth, or it's an AU. I'd love to read your interpretation of cocoa - say, John and Rodney tumbling inside after a snowball fight, flushed and chilled and arguing about the merits of making cocoa using milk versus water versus half-and-half; maybe it's one of many offerings at the holiday 'do, and Ronon falls in love; maybe Teyla's homesick and Elizabeth brews her a cup; maybe Radek's found the perfect chemistry between that almost-cacao from P9R-625 and the quasi-milk from their newest ally ("Close your eyes, tastes like home."); or whatever else you think of for COCOA.

Merry merry, everyone! :)

[identity profile] linziday.livejournal.com
Joy to the world. Joy to the universe. Joy to one SGA team.

Personally, I see Rodney's joy as caffeine, but you make have a different take. :)
[identity profile] rubygirl29.livejournal.com
Title: Edged Weapons
Author: [livejournal.com profile] rubygirl29
Rating: Mature
Pairing: John/Ronon
Prompt: Elegant
Disclaimer: If only ...

A/N: Below the cut for some slashy thoughts.

Edged Weapons )
[identity profile] hanorganaas.livejournal.com
Since I love things that often lead to smut I chose the word DESIRE


1. More formal or stronger word for want.
2. To put a request to (someone); to entreat.
3. Another word for want, connoting emotion.


1.Someone or something wished for.
2. Strong attraction, particularly romantic or sexual.
3. The feeling of desire.
ext_385301: blue bow (Community - Britta shooting)
[identity profile] lar_laughs.livejournal.com

1. tastefully fine or luxurious in dress, style, design, etc.: elegant furnishings.
2. gracefully refined and dignified, as in tastes, habits, or literary style: an elegant young gentleman; an elegant prosodist.
3. graceful in form or movement: an elegant wave of the hand.
4. appropriate to refined taste: a man devoted to elegant pursuits.
5. excellent; fine; superior: an absolutely elegant wine.
ext_442067: (Default)
[identity profile] squidgiepdx.livejournal.com
Sitting here with a lap-full of cat, so my prompt is: fur

1. The thick coat of soft hair covering the skin of a mammal, such as a fox or beaver.
2. The hair-covered, dressed pelt of such a mammal, used in the making of garments and as trimming or decoration.
3. A garment made of or lined with the dressed pelt of a mammal.
4. A coating similar to the pelt of a mammal.

(You're all lucky, though.  I almost chose "fart", because the cat has nasty gas this morning!  ::grin::)
[identity profile] esteefee.livejournal.com
cowboy! (or girl)

(because I started watching the magnificent 7 last night.)

eta: please note: I am interested in SGA! not mag7. it just got me hankering after some SGA cowboys or girls).

respond to mine and I'll respond to yours!
[identity profile] lilyfarfalla.livejournal.com
This week, we're going to do something a little bit different. In honor of the various holidays that some of us may be celebrating this week, a Holiday Free-For-All!

Instead of US giving you ONE prompt, you guys will get to provide each other with many prompts!

The rules:
One prompt (of one word) per person.
To submit a prompt, make a new entry in this comm. Make sure to tag it with "holiday freeforall 2011." Your prompt should be just one word (as is our tradition here on SGA Saturday) but feel free to include a definition or some inspiration for how the word could be used! (Or not, single word prompts are totally acceptable.)

Responding to prompts
To post a reply to a prompt, either just post a comment to the prompt, or if you have a fic, etc. that won't fit in the comments, make a new entry and post a comment with a link. Multiple replies per prompt totally allowed!

Exceptions to the rules:
For every prompt you respond to (with fic, art, vids, recs, meta, etc), you can add another prompt as long as the week lasts.

Ok lovelies, go forth and give us your one word prompts! We're excited, and this free-for-all will last all week long, so keep coming back for new prompts!


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