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"What Would You Do?" Torchwood drabble Jack/Christopher Isherwood

Title: What Would You Do?
Fandom: Torchwood
Pairing: Jack Harkness/Christopher Isherwood
Rating: PG13
Wordcount: 100
Notes: Drabble-a-Day 2011 Day 107. Prompt from tw100. Challenge #193-C is For Cabaret. Unbeta'd. Comments and concrit welcome.
Summary: Jack catches something on telly.



It was strange to have lived long enough to see his friends’ lives reproduced for mass entertainment.

The actor playing Chris was attractive enough, but lacked a certain feline quality that had caught Jack's eye the minute he first spotted Isherwood at the Cosy Corner. The affair hadn’t lasted much longer than it took to get off in the nearest alley, but the friendship survived until Jack made a stupid mistake and got himself killed.

He’d considered confessing; maybe Chris would be able to understand.

Instead he went back to Cardiff and cruising with Chris became nothing but another story.

Tags: drabble, drabble-a-day 2011, fanfic, torchwood, tw100
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