[identity profile] lynndyre.livejournal.com
This is my first proper Jeeves-and-Wooster fic, written for this past Yuletide - I hope you like it!

The Man in the Second Row (1009 words) by lynndyre
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Jeeves - P. G. Wodehouse
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Reginald Jeeves, Bertram Wooster
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Priests
Summary: In which a piano is played, and Jeeves makes friends with the man hiding in his church.
[identity profile] thispe.livejournal.com
I just finished reading the lovely Joy in the Morning by Heliophile. In it Bertie goes on a ramble about marriage and at one point mentiones that if he were a Lady with a large enough household to warrant a butler (said butler being Jeeves of course) he, or she rather, would not hesitate to propose marriage or at least indicate strongly that a proposal from Jeeves would be very welcome despite the class difference and family propriety be damned. This got me thinking, is there a story with a premise like this where Bertie (or Jeeves, though I would prefer Bertie) is female and the hair in the soup of happyness is not gender but the class difference? Any recommendations that even vaguely fit this premises would be very welcome, thank you!
[identity profile] laeticiav.livejournal.com
Hello, my very favorite people of the internet-thingwhatsit. Here are some new and improved photos inspired by [livejournal.com profile] godsdaisiechain's bally marvelous Gentleman's Personal Djinn series (I really wasn't happy with my first attempt). I have been trying out different photo editing techniques to imitate black and white, sepia, and hand colored photos. Do you have advice or suggestions from your superior knowledge of things 1920s and 1930s about what I should be doing with color, graininess, exposure, contrast, etc. or advice of good websites to consult on the topic?

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discussion and photos, including, as one would expect, bare-chested men in harem pants holding rubber ducks, etc. )
[identity profile] laeticiav.livejournal.com
A Jeeves and Wooster photo story in artsy historically accurate black and white. (It’s like Spindrift, but without those pesky words!). This is the first real photo story I've done with Bertie and Reginald, so I would totally love it if you would take a look, old chaps.

Title: The Mystery of the Valet in the Night Time

Synopsowhatsit: Why, exactly would one's valet appear in the bedchamber wearing not his usual valet-ish garb, but only his long and revelatory undergarments? In which a Rex West novel is hastily discarded, Jeeves smirks, and Bertie boggles.

Rating: PG. Since one would never bandy a gentleman’s personal gentleman’s name (or pictorial likeness), anything too unseemly is left subtly implied.

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click fruity pictures and delish Jeevsian pectorals )
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[identity profile] random-nexus.livejournal.com
Title: Sir Bertie And That Dragon Chap
Rating: PG
Fandom: Jeeves & Wooster (AU)
Characters/Pairings: Sir Bertie of Berkeley, Jeeves the Dragon, Princess Madeline; Mentions of others, but no appearances.
Word Count: 1,142
Disclaimer: Admire him as I do, I'm not P. G. Wodehouse, nor do I have anything to do with Picture Partnership Productions and/or Granada Television. I'm toying with the creations of others for fun, not profit.
Warnings: Nothing much - Implied death by dragon, Questionable use of tired old tropes, Unsupervised fandom/fairytale fusion, Requires belief-suspenders and possibly medication.
Original Prompt: "Jeeves and Wooster, fantasy au" - Tygermama

[identity profile] godsdaisiechain.livejournal.com
Holo Joosters AU Jooster on a holosuite.  Bertie and Jeeves decide the best way to use their afternoon of technology is to visit the planet Arrakis.  Wardrobes are discussed. Snuggles are negotiated.


Joosketeers...  Bertie and Jeeves at the Happiest Place on Earth. (I can't help it, I'm obsessed.)

and... last but not least... Queerfest.

Completely Flat or "How D'Arcy Cheesewright felt after meeting the real Daphne Dolores Morehead."
[identity profile] applea.livejournal.com
Title: Jeeves and the Rum Egg
Author: Applea
Warnings: Brief references to gore, eventual slash, character death
Summary: Bertie Wooster is devilishly handsome. More than "ishly", actually. Eventually Jeeves finds out.
(Note, I started this series back in 2008 and abandoned it. I'm working on finishing all my fics I abandoned back in my youth. Never leave a fic behind! I massively cleaned up and added to this first chapter. If anyone has any concrit, please let me know! I thrive on that stuff.)
Chapter 1/4 )
[identity profile] cat-13145.livejournal.com
Title: The Code of the Holmes
Author: [livejournal.com profile] cat_13145
Fandom: Jeeves & Wooster/Sherlock.
Rating: G.
Characters/Pairings: Jeeves/Wooster and hints of Mycroft/Lestrade.
Warnings: None. Some spoilings for certain stories and the last episode of season 2, but nothing major
Notes: This is all jabber_moose's fault.

Full blame to [livejournal.com profile] zekkass fic Discussions, which implies that Mycroft and Jeeves have been coworkers/drinking buddies before this. I took it one step further, and I hope people like it.

"And I mean to say dash it all!"
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[identity profile] random-nexus.livejournal.com
Title: Molly Hooper, #3A Berkeley Mansions, Berkeley SQ, London W1
Rating: PG
Fandom: Sherlock BBC / Jeeves & Wooster - AU
Characters/Pairings: Molly Hooper, Toby, OMC, Implied Reginald Jeeves/Bertram Wooster
Word Count: 1,836
Disclaimer: Not affiliated with the Beeb, the Moffat, the Gatiss, nor Granada Television, let alone ACD or PG Wodehouse; not claiming, profiting, or intending any harm.
Spoilers: Nah.
Warnings: Not as such; Implied previous death of a character, Sloppy unwanted smooches, Supernatural elements, Requires use of belief suspenders.
Original Prompt: Last year, Tygermama shared the brilliant idea with me of Molly living in Bertie Wooster's flat in Berkeley Mansions and finding out it was still haunted by Bertie and his Jeeves.
Summary: Molly's new flat is too wonderful and inexpensive to be believed; she finds out why.

ext_24392: (JW - Keep Calm Ring Jeeves - Sherlockian)
[identity profile] random-nexus.livejournal.com
Title: Jeeves And The Fink-Nottle Fix
Rating: G
Fandom: Jeeves & Wooster
Characters/Pairings: Bettina Winifred Wooster, Regina Jeeves, off-camera Gussie Fink-Nottle
Word Count: 459
Disclaimer: Not owning, not profiting, not pretending to be P.G. Wodehouse.
Spoilers: No.
Warnings: Nothing serious, other than Implications of newt skinning.
Original Prompt: “Jeeves and Wooster; genderswap (either one, both, your choice)” - Tygermama (Original Tumblr Post.)
Summary: Betti Wooster's new hat is a part of one of Jeeves' schemes.
Author's Notes: I was so chuffed at getting to 50k for NaNoWriMo that I reblogged a Fanfic Tropes Prompt post inviting people to give me prompts from a list of tropes. Funnily enough, I thought this one was going to be impossible when I first saw it, but a moment later the Muse sporked over a little scenario and here we are. I kinda enjoyed briefly exploring a female version of Jeeves & Wooster. Proof-Loofah ™ and Beta-Stick © action are all my fault, do squeak up if I flubbed.


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[identity profile] jestana.livejournal.com
Long time no see! *waves* I bring a small ficlet offering.

Title: Clockwork
Pairing/Characters: Bertie Wooster, Bingo Little; NA
Rating: G
Fandom: Jeeves & Wooster
Word Count: 146
Spoilers: Not really.
Summary: Bertie shows off his new valet
Notes/Warnings: Written for [livejournal.com profile] zekkass to fulfill a prompt she left here. Her prompt was Jeeves & Wooster, clockpunk, Jeeves/Bertie, Jeeves is something new and special: an android that simply needs to be wound daily to keep going.
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[identity profile] gunitneko.livejournal.com
Hello, All,

I'm so sorry I haven't update any Medicinal Skirts stories, but I just recently found my notes and am anxious to take off again soon. There is just one thing though: I do have quite a list of skirts and have looked around for more ideas (via Google), but the list still feels.... short. SO, I would love to hear of any ideas or requests from you all.
Here is what I have:
  • Waiter(ess)
  • Hula/Grass
  • Princess
  • Dutch-maid
  • Clown
  • Boy-player
  • Hoop
  • Tunic/skirt (medieval)
  • Cancan
  • Kilt
  • Gladiator
  • India (think Bollywood)
  • School girl (I hesitate to use this one)
You see my dilemma? Despite searching through "sexy costumes" on the internet they are all either to modern for Jeeves and Wooster or they're a male profession turned femme fantasy.

BTW! Search "male skirt" on Google. You are in for a treat! (I look forward to the equaling sexes)
[identity profile] laeticiav.livejournal.com
Although laeticia truly loved Jooster, and esteemed nothing more than the artistry with which its practitioners on Indeed Sir expressed the angst, whimsy, romance and good old fashioned smut of the pairing, she found herself, nonetheless, tragically compelled to warp their vision into something hideous and broken, creating a crack, one might say, in the tasteful oriental vase of the fandom. Such were her musings when a cough, like a cat producing a good sized hairball in the neighbor's apartment, informed her either of just such an occurrence, or that her imaginary valet had shimmered into the room. "Madam," he informed her, "the seahorses have arrived." (Now I seem to be crack-ficing my own crack-creation. What is this, Meta-Sue? Add the apologies I owe you to my account.)

Or: Alas, a sequel to this.
In which Bertie faces Grave Peril. Contains the usual marital threats and sartorial disagreements expected of P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves and Wooster, except underwater and told mostly through a series of animated gifs (but why?). Also, we briefly catch up with Bertie jnr and his white mess jacket.


BTW, I promise I'm going to stop destroying your lovely fandom now. I am done with seahorses. I'm sure we can stop feeding the crack monsters ([livejournal.com profile] momentarylapse8 I am looking at you with your nefarious drabble-prompting) and return to our regularly scheduled programming.

Another educational aquatic adventure... )
[identity profile] laeticiav.livejournal.com
[livejournal.com profile] momentarylapse8's AU drabble suggestion "seahorses," with its obvious implications of mpreg, lodged itself in my mind and refused to unlodge. The aforementioned m.l.8 had rapidly followed the suggestion with a rhetorical "WTF?," but I was unable to refrain from indeed asking W of TF in question, and what began as a moderately noxious drawble snowballed into this towering inferno of cracktosity (if snowballs can infern). I apologize profusely, since the phrase "seahorse Jooster mpreg" probably never needed to occur on this planet. Or any other planet for that matter. I'm experimenting with styles here and I went a bit photoshop ballistic, but that's really the least of my sins...


(Also, IS, do you not have a "crack" tag? Did you not foresee that this day would come? I think it's in the Book of Revelations between the locusts and the seven-headed dragon.)

Edit: now with some unnecessary animations in the comments section. Seahorse Jooster - it's even more annoying as a gif!

Anyway, on to the totally educational seahorse whatsit... )
[identity profile] laeticiav.livejournal.com
OK, here is some craziness that I have had in my mind for months now.

Title: Jeeves and the Mysterious Ways
Author: laeticia
Rating: G
Pairing: Errr, it’s more of a threesome? None
Summary: If Jeeves were the Holy Spirit (totally canon!), that would explain a lot about Jeeves. If Wooster were God, that would explain a lot about the world. What is this, fan theology? The soul shudders.
Warnings: Horribly mangled Trinitarian theology and no doubt lashings of heresy with a little blasphemy on the side. (If you have easily offended religious sensibilities, this might just not be your thing.) Also genetic engineering, veloci-whatsits, exoplanets, and marauding Greek gods.
Disclaimer: Jeeves and Wooster belong to Wodehouse; the Trinity presumably belongs to itself. Alba the rabbit was subject to a custody dispute. Gliese 581d doesn’t belong to anyone, as far as I know.

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[personal profile] erinptah
Icons of All The Characters, and a bunch of the pairings and trios, from the Hellsing-and-more fancomic And Shine Heaven Now and its Colbert-centric spinoff The Eagle of Hermes.

Hellsing: 61
Read or Die: 10
Comics: 9 (Little Orphan Annie, Calvin and Hobbes, The Yellow Kid, Buster Brown)
Maria-sama ga Miteru: 9
Sailor Moon: 8
Fake News: 7
Good Omens: 7
Lupin III: 7
Scooby-Doo: 7
Pet Shop of Horrors: 7
Doctor Who: 6
Victorian Romance Emma: 5
Vintage Hirano hentai: 4

Jeeves & Wooster: 4
Witch Hunter Robin: 4
Revolutionary Girl Utena: 3
Saint Tail: 3
Miscellaneous: 10 (Madeline, H. G. Wells, Gunsmith Cats, Dracula, Soul Eater, Powerpuff Girls, Franken Fran, Vampire Hunter D, the Bible, fangirls)
Original Characters: 20

Total: 187. All free for use; just credit [livejournal.com profile] ptahrrific or And Shine Heaven Now. Source artwork: And We All Shine On.

( And we all shine on )
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[identity profile] gunitneko.livejournal.com
I have a plot!bunnie for adoption.
I was re-watching a favorite anime of mine: Ghost Stories (even if you don't like anime I recommend it. The English dubbing is ALL parody and hilarious) and thought about Bertie being a sort of exorcist in school, thus explaining his winning the Scripture Prize fairly.
The ghosts could be more active during Bertie's childhood because of the industrial era and all the vessels the ghosts and demons were banished too are being demolished and setting them free.
Any takers?
Yes? No?
Maybe so?
[identity profile] erynn999.livejournal.com
Title: Jeeves and the Uncommon Senses
Author: Mice
Pairing: Bertie/Jeeves
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: AU, Sentinel mashup, violence, non-graphic torture, h/c, angsty bits, bring a hanky, special guest appearances
Words: 85,700
Summary: An accident triggers unexpected changes in Jeeves’s life -- and in Bertie’s.
Disclaimer: I don’t own a damned thing. This is all for my own perverse amusement. No newts were harmed in the production of this story.
Author’s Notes: This story is set in a variant of The Sentinel universe. Sentinels are individuals whose senses are extremely enhanced. These enhancements can, particularly at first or if arrived at suddenly, be disorienting to the individual involved. Guides are the sentinel’s emotional anchor; they are able to help the sentinel through these difficulties and keep their sensory input from overwhelming them. Common fandom tropes include the idea that a sentinel and guide are destined for one another, and that they share a deep, often erotic, spiritual bond.

This is a setting of Jeeves and Wooster in that universe, with the assumption that sentinels and guides are a known and accepted part of society. For a fun Sherlock Holmes mashup with The Sentinel (complete with a ton of cracktastic Sentinel fandom AU tropes), check out Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London by RyuuzaKochou. We will not be going that far. The bus exits from the door to your left.

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[identity profile] trista-zevkia.livejournal.com
Title: The Pirate's Bride
Author: Trista_zevkia
Chapter: 1/1
Fandom: Jeeves and Wooster
Characters/Pairing: Jeeves/Wooster
Rating: PG-17
Warnings: SLASH
Summary: The Pirate gets his lady, sort of.
Disclaimer: All monies made will go to seducing people to the world of Wodehouse, even if it means making them watch the Fry and Laurie DVD’s.
Author's Notes: Told me it was a pirate plotbunny, lying thing turned out to be a Jooster crossover with The Princess Bride. If you're not familiar with The Princess Bride, please invite me over to see the rock you've been living under;)

Dread Pirate Reginald
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
[livejournal.com profile] shiplizard's post just before this one got me thinking about this little oddity that I wrote earlier this year. In fact, doing this was part of what revived my latent obsession with Jeeves and Wooster these past few months. This is an excerpt from a game of Werewolf that I played with friends over on Very Serious, the Hyperbole and a Half forum, where I go by Egyptomaniacal. I played as Jeeves and Bertie, and Jeeves was just too damned smart for his own good -- my "team" took out several werecreatures before they finally tagged us for death. I was given the honor of writing my own death scene.

(I was also asked to write the death scene for another character who had become inactive -- that's what the peculiar little coda is about.) If you're interested in slogging through the whole game, the original thread is here



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