Categories: Jim and Pam, Episode Related Characters: Jim/Pam
Genres: Angst, Drama, Fluff, Romance, Workdays
Warnings: Adult language
Chapters: 12 Completed: No
Word count: 26357 Read: 2532 ePub Downloads: 0
Published: February 20, 2018 Updated: April 15, 2018
Each prompt is one chapter; prompts are listed as chapter titles. Rating may change as chapters are added.
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5. Message by BigTuna [Reviews - 2] 3 (1850 words)
Some notes for this chapter:
-I went back and edited previous chapters so that the tense is all the same, so feel free to reread.
-Part of this chapter is based on a few deleted scenes. One is where Dwight describes his perfect woman (Konikotaka, a fictional anime character who was orphaned and brought up by a businessman. She's a martial artist and also a survivor of monster rape. She's on Dwight's shirt in the "Basketball" episode. Another scene is a prank that Jim and Pam play on Dwight, in which Jim find's Dwight's wallet in the parking lot, Pam suggests to leave everything alone and give it back to him, and Dwight is convinced that they did something sinister so he cancels all his credit cards. There's also an extended scene where Jim and Pam discuss the name of the game they play where they throw things in Dwight's coffee cup; that's where skeet-shruting came from.
Obviously I took some liberties with this prompt, but instant messages and text messages are still messages, right?
8. Secret Santa by BigTuna [Reviews - 0] 2 (2132 words)
Another reference to a deleted scene in here, for the episode "Christmas Party." Pam's Secret Santa recipient is Meredith and Pam paints her a picture because she had at one point said she likes Pam's art.
12. Office Outing by BigTuna [Reviews - 0] 1 (3515 words)
Another reference to a deleted scene in this one: Jim's toast in "Booze Cruise." Also borrowed quite a bit of dialogue from the show in this one, hope you don't mind!