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Dee & Ryo

FAKE Double Drabble: Beware Of The…

Title: Beware Of The…
Fandom: FAKE
Author: badly_knitted
Characters: Dee, Ryo.
Rating: G
Challenge: Amnesty 4 using # 36: Birds at drabble_weekly.
Spoilers/Setting: After the manga.
Summary: Dee and Ryo are enjoying a picnic in the park. What could possibly go wrong?
Disclaimer: I don’t own FAKE, or the characters. They belong to the wonderful Sanami Matoh.
A/N: This one’s a double drabble.





The sun was warm, the sky was blue, and it seemed as though half the city had decided to descend on Central Park. Everywhere Dee looked, people were sunbathing, flying kites, throwing Frisbees, walking dogs… He didn’t care. All that mattered was getting to spend his day off with Ryo.


They’d found a spot by the lake, spread out their picnic blanket, and settled down for a leisurely lunch. Nearby, ducks bobbed about on the water, like a flotilla of feathery boats, occasionally upending themselves to dabble beneath the surface. Ryo pointed out the different breeds; he seemed to have an encyclopaedic knowledge of birds.


Picking up a ham sandwich, Dee took a big bite, washing it down with a mouthful of beer. Oh yeah, this was the life! No paperwork, no mean old badger yelling at him, just him and his baby, kicking back and relaxing on a sunny summer’s day. It didn’t get better than this.


He was about to take another bite of his sandwich when it was abruptly snatched from his hand, nearly taking his fingers too, and he found himself face-to-face with a gigantic swan.


“Ack! Maybe we should find someplace safer for our picnic!”



The End









Comments

Swans are big AND mean.

*nods*
Yes they are - it's not the geese you have to watch out for, it's the swans, big, greedy, and very territorial. Give me a gaggle of geese over an angry or hungry swan any day!

Thank you!
Swans are nasty critters.
They look beautiful, but they have a serious attitude problem. I prefer geese, they're friendlier and mostly quite gentle. I'd love to have some.

Thank you!