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Pretty Tosh

Drabble: Wide Open Spaces

Title: Wide Open Spaces

Author: badly_knitted

Characters: Tosh.

Rating: G

Written For: Challenge 411: Wide at tw100.

Spoilers: Nada.

Summary: Tosh has a lot to adjust to now Jack has freed her.

Disclaimer: I don’t own Torchwood, or the characters.

After months in her tiny UNIT cell, Tosh was having a little trouble adjusting to so much space. It wasn’t just her initial agoraphobia; it was the concept of living in such a huge place.

Her cell had been so narrow that she could stand in the middle and easily touch both walls, but now almost every room in her little house was big enough to fit her cell in several times over.

It was wonderful, it was unimaginable luxury, and she loved it, but she couldn’t help feeling lost in her new double bed. It was far too wide.

The End


Poor Tosh I truley felt for her.

Great drabble.
Yeah, but things are looking up for her now!

Thank you!

She was also allergic to bananas.
I know, because she shares that with me =)

Tosh and I are so alike - except she's a computer genius ;)

Thank you!

Don't tell the Doctor.

I wish I had something in common with Tosh.
Maybe the Doctor could cure me - and Tosh! Sharing an allergy isn't something to be proud of, lol!

That would be something. I wish he would cure mine of Mosquito bites. Anything I'm sensitive too really.
We need a universal cure all that actually works.

I think serious issues like that need to take more of a priority over trivial stuff like technology thats designed for vanity or luxury.

That sounds like a story that should be explored on Doctor Who.

In regards to Toshs banana allergy, it would disappoint the Doctor because he wouldn't be able to share a banana with her.

Or maybe he would feel bad for her and think his lucky he can eat it himself?*over-analysing*

Edited at 2016-09-06 02:41 am (UTC)

We can only hope.:)
Poor Tosh! however she is too smart and she will feel safe soon.
She'll learn to love her big bed!

Thank you!
It must be weird, but she'll feel better soon :)
She just needs to readjust to the outside world =)

Thank you!