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Had an idea for a past challenge and ran out of time? Started a ficlet and never finished? Now's your chance!

Every year around the winter holiday season, we open the challenge period for about two weeks. During this period you can write drabbles for any and all of our past challenges. The more the merrier! You can also combine challenges, mix and match. Post one, post a dozen. Write crossovers, original works, and more.

During the Open Challenge, we ask that you label your posts with a "challenge" tag. IE, if you're combining the impressions and water challenges for your drabble then you would add: "challenge: impressions (79) and water (346)"

All the previous challenges (more than 740 of them) can be found using the communities memories.

As always, do what you will with the challenges...take them at face value, twist them into the sublime or the ridiculous, look them up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

A new challenge will be posted Tuesday, Jaunuary 2, 2018.

challenge #742

This week's challenge is:

taste

Remember, do with it what you will...take it at face value, twist it into the sublime or the ridiculous, look it up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. Write an original story, take your two favorite shows and cross them together. Write that ending to that episode of ___ blank. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

# 741 Swear (NCIS: Gibbs, Fornell)

Title: Setting an Example for Emily
Fandom: NCIS
Challenge: # 741 Swear
Characters: Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Tobias Fornell (implied Diane/Tobias)
Note: This is set shortly pre-series.
Summary: There are certain words Diane won't tolerate in her house.

Link on LJ

challenge #741

This week's challenge is:

swear

Remember, do with it what you will...take it at face value, twist it into the sublime or the ridiculous, look it up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. Write an original story, take your two favorite shows and cross them together. Write that ending to that episode of ___ blank. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

challenge #740

This week's challenge is:

havoc

Remember, do with it what you will...take it at face value, twist it into the sublime or the ridiculous, look it up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. Write an original story, take your two favorite shows and cross them together. Write that ending to that episode of ___ blank. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

challenge #739

This week's challenge is:

take apart

Remember, do with it what you will...take it at face value, twist it into the sublime or the ridiculous, look it up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. Write an original story, take your two favorite shows and cross them together. Write that ending to that episode of ___ blank. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

challenge #738

This week's challenge is:

sew

Remember, do with it what you will...take it at face value, twist it into the sublime or the ridiculous, look it up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. Write an original story, take your two favorite shows and cross them together. Write that ending to that episode of ___ blank. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

challenge #737

This week's challenge is:

hammer

Remember, do with it what you will...take it at face value, twist it into the sublime or the ridiculous, look it up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. Write an original story, take your two favorite shows and cross them together. Write that ending to that episode of ___ blank. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

challenge #736

This week's challenge is:

thunder and lightning

Remember, do with it what you will...take it at face value, twist it into the sublime or the ridiculous, look it up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. Write an original story, take your two favorite shows and cross them together. Write that ending to that episode of ___ blank. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

challenge #735

This week's challenge is:

pencil

Remember, do with it what you will...take it at face value, twist it into the sublime or the ridiculous, look it up in a dictionary or thesaurus and use an uncommon definition. 100-10,000 words. Write an original story, take your two favorite shows and cross them together. Write that ending to that episode of ___ blank. And, if you need them, you can find the full rules list here.

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