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Detective Conan. Hakuba/Akako. 096. Writer's Choice.

Title: The Benefits of Technology
Fandom: Detective Conan
Characters: Hakuba/Akako (General series)
Prompt: #96—writer’s choice
Word Count: 198 words
Rating: PG-13
Author's Notes: I do not own Detective Conan. It all belongs to Gosho Aoyama. I simply borrow the characters, tie them up, and dance them around like life-sized puppets. I do wish they’d stop complaining.
Summary: Hakuba got a very interesting text message. Hakuba/Akako



Have you considered getting a web-cam?

Hakuba stared at the text message for a moment, bewildered. When he realized that it was from Koizumi Akako, he sighed and replied, No. I have no need for one.

A short while later, a response came: Oh, I think you want one.

The detective sighed. He'd been fighting off a headache for much of the day, and it was getting worse. Right now there was nothing he'd rather do (save, perhaps, for catching Kaitou Kid) than go home and make a nice cup of tea. Tea had a knack for making everything all better. The strange red-haired girl wasn't making a great deal of sense. Why would I want one?

Her answer was simple. My dear detective, don't you want to see me?

Repressed as he was, he did have to admit that the girl, though strange, was extremely attractive. I sense that there is something you are not telling me.

Now her answer was enlightening. You're right. I haven't told you what I'm wearing.

...suddenly, for inexplicable reasons, Hakuba felt like he should go out and buy a web-cam. And install it immediately. And glue himself to his computer chair.



PS. Written for cherelle_holmes with a prompt of Hakuba/Akako and “Tea makes everything better.” I’ve never written this pairing before, but the crack was just too much to resist. Thanks for reading, all! Much love!

Tags: detective conan: general series
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