Title: The Devolution of Philosophical Conversations
Pairing: Charles Xavier/Erik Lensherr
Word Count: 1,078
Summary: As a response to this prompt on the 1stclass_kink :During one of their late-night philosophical discussion sessions, after a glass or two of scotch, Charles inadvertently finds himself using part of his university-bar pickup speech on Erik. Erik calls him on it.
A/N: Because if anyone on this earth is an expert at drunken university-bar pick up speeches, it's me.
( If you fall asleep again I'm changing the board. )
No one is allowed to steal this pick-up line, but this is the one I use, tailored for my field:
Me: “So have you heard about string theory? One implication of it is that if you run at a wall a million and one times, one of those times your atoms and the wall's atoms will line up just right so that you'll pass right through it.” *points at guys chair* “So is this seat taken?” *sits in guy's lap* “Huh, didn't work that time. Why don't I try it a million more times?” LAPDANCE.
Yes. This is what you get when you're going for a PhD in Philosophy of Mathematics. ME. ENJOY IT, BOYS!