Discussion in 'Voyager' started by spot_loves_data, Apr 7, 2012.
I was always more partial to that Romulan Commandrix from the following season.
I'm sure she would be very attracted to Lenard's Romulan but in the end she hooks up with the more homey warm hearted types. He's be a Kashyk. But it would be a great fling.
So, Kirk is warm hearted and awesome.
It looks more like he's found a suspicious freckle than anything sexual.
I need this photoshopped with Pine. Someone.. help me.
Fast and simple
Oh Gov Kodos you are the sweetest genocidal maniac ever!
The loneliness of power makes even murderous autocrats romantic fools at heart.
Is Pine reading Kathy's tramp stamp?
Somehow, I imagine Kirk would be the one with a tramp stamp, a Vulcan IDIC symbol.
Still sexier than the litter of playful puppies folk dancing on he crook above our Captains bunghole.
To maintain focus?
Green, blue, tan, Kirk is the man who loves them all.
Well he's not the one who is gonna be meditating on his IDIC tramp stamp..
I'm sure Spock and Kirk are into open relationships. Whether Uhura is copacetic with them is another matter.
My father used to use that word 'copacetic' all the time.
He also favored the word 'moxie'.
Moxie, not so much, but copacetic I'm used to from a Grateful Dead tune, though the word does go back to the early Jazz age.
My father was very fond of factlets which included uncommon vocabulary and nomenclature. He would walk around the house shouting out these things and then saying, "DID YOU HEAR THAT GIRLS?" and then repeating them. Sometimes it has a pavlov's effect on me when I hear something that requires the shouting of a factlet, this had a lot to do with my unpopularity in high school.
Moxie is a soda brand originally and the word was in common usage during WWII.
Anyway.. Guy Gardener Janeway does NOT have puppies tattooed above her crack. According to the J/C crowd she has just the wisp of a Chakotay tattoo there but I think she has a single newly shooted stalk of corn, to remind her of home.
Moxie Soda was created back in 1876, and was promoted as a health beverage at first, like Coke, though it didn't use Coke's refreshing lost ingredient. Later, it came to be used as a term for spirited and courageous, so far as I can find with Google. As for Janeway, she doesn't seem the tattoo type, except maybe one from a drunken academy night that she doesn't talk about.
I bet they are way too easy to remove in Janeway's time. You could get them just for the weekend. No one would ever have to guess at your drunken youthful blunderings after glimpsing your tramp stamp.
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