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August 2019



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Double Drabble: Ianto-Watching

Title: Ianto-Watching
Author: badly_knitted
Characters: Jack, Ianto.
Rating: G
Written For: Challenge 528: Lurk at tw100.
Spoilers: Nada.
Summary: Sneaking around and watching Ianto is Jack’s favourite sport.
Disclaimer: I don’t own Torchwood, or the characters.
A/N: Double drabble.

Although most of the time Jack preferred to be hands-on with his favourite Welshman, now and then he liked to Ianto-watch. The easiest way was from his office, relaxing at his desk and following his lover on his laptop screen, via the network of CCTV cameras throughout the Hub. That method had the advantage of making it appear that he was working, but there were times it just didn’t quite satisfy.

The more appealing, and significantly more dangerous, method was to stalk his prey on foot through the archives, where he could lurk in the shadows, silent and unseen.

Hunting Weevils required far less skill since the idea was to chase and capture them; there was no stealth involved. Ianto was a far trickier prospect; unless Torchwood’s archivist was deeply involved in whatever he was doing, there was a high possibility that Jack would be the one to get caught, and if that happened… Well, he’d be in serious trouble for not getting on with his work. In Jack’s opinion, however, the rewards far outweighed the risks. Observing Ianto when his guard was down brought new insights into the young Welshman. If Jack had his way he’d Ianto-watch all day.

The End


OMG! he is so smitten with his Ianto! I only hope Ianto does get distracted on purpose, sometimes, for the Captain's benefit!
I'm sure Jack always knows when Jack is watching. He only 'notices' when he knows Jack has time-sensitive paperwork he should be doing. The rest of the time he lets Jack watch ;)

Thank you!
Anyone with an ounce of taste would watch Ianto perhaps he in turn watches Jack, but more subtley
I'm sure you're right. Ianto knows when he's being watched.

Thank you!

It is a very fine "spectator" sport. We woukd all partake but for a lack of Iantos.

But of course if we all had Iantos to watch, nothing would ever get done...

Thank you!
Don't be silly, the Iantos would be doing everything, leaving us nothing to do but enjoy admiring them in their natural environment!
Oh, that's a good point. All we'd need to do would be pamper our Iantos after they finished working.