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"You joke, but I know the truth, I can see it in them dark eyes of yours," he joked back, smiling at her. Actually he was pretty sure that although being near enough the only patient in the place, if it had been during the day, he would be being thrown out on his arse now for being a pain in the arse. Something that had actually happened before, although he wasn't as badly hurt and hadn't needed a piece of shrapnel tugged from his side like some kind of fishing hook from the roof of a fishes mouth. He scrunched up his nose at his own mental imagery, yeah sure the drugs were nice and kept him pain free and happy but they also gave him some weird imagination crap. Another reason not to want to keep taking drugs.

"Kind of close, yeah," he answered, he didn't normally talk about his family. To anyone really and that wasn't just because it was his first week at the SGC, it was a him thing. Everybody always asked when they join which ever military branch who were you leaving behind? It was customery and polite to do so, but that was it, nobody asked anything else, unless something bad happened.

Although technically something bad had happened to him, it wasn't terribly bad, not something he would be letting his parents know about next time he contacted them, that was for sure. He could just picture his mums worried expression, his dads concerned glance, he could also picture his dad offering him a nice strong alcoholic drink just to take the edge of. Now he really wanted a drink to go along with is food as well.

"Grew up fixing cars with my dad, which also explains how I end up fixing a lot of weaponry. I like to see how things work. What about you? Close to your family?" He asked, actually curious now as to who was in her family line. Would there be older brothers that were likely to come knocking at his door because he'd inadvertently flirted with her a little bit to much? That was a scary thought, thankfully not one that actually had come true yet, which was also surprising if he considered the amount of women he had slept with.

"No, not painful," he answered, the smug look back on his face, it hadn't hurt, just well it was just a nice feeling. He really didn't know how to explain that to her without it actually getting weird and he really didn't want things getting weird between them, he was starting to like Claire as a close friend.

"If I answer yes to that question, do I still get to go for a drink with you?" he asked, he was like that all the time. There didn't seem to be an off switch for most of his flirting, really, well not unless you counted being asleep as an off switch. That was probably the only time he actually didn't flirt with anyone, well anyone real at least there were still nice dreams to be had occasionally.

He did as he was tolled, rolling over once more, pulling the top of his trousers down, before looking back over his shoulder at her, "You know the saying is 'lay back and think of England' right? I don't think I want to be thinking of my home as you jab something sharp and pointy into my very nice looking arse."


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 22, 2015 8:43 am 
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Claire chuckled, shaking her head. "Actually, you've been pretty good compared to a lot," she admitted. If all Caleb had done was flirt, she was getting off lightly. More than once, she had had her arse grabbed by a patient, especially when she was training, and down at Wellington when she had moved from paediatric care to general emergency surgery. It had yet to happen at the SGC, but she had had to give a stern glance to more than one of the younger soldiers on more than one occasion. "You're welcome to come down and flirt up a storm any time." Her tone indicated it was meant as a joke, but Claire wouldn't be averse to getting to know Caleb as a friend, once he was out of the infirmary.

Listening as Caleb talked about his family, Claire perched on the side of the bed, wondering exactly what he meant by "kind of close". Were there tensions, rifts there that he didn't want to talk about? Understandable, really, she was a complete stranger, despite the fact she had seen him literally bare arsed.

It didn't surprise her that Caleb had tinkered with cars with his dad. He might not seem like a weapons specialist, but he did seem like someone who liked to mess around and fix things. How the two bled into one another, she didn't yet understand.

The kicker came when he asked her whether she was close to her family, and Claire swallowed back the lump that swelled in her throat, her gaze glued to the floor. "Yeah, really close," she admitted, turning to Caleb with a small, sad smile. "It's... kind of a thing with us Māori. It's not just direct family, but our extended family - whānau - that we're close to. You know that phrase that it takes a village to raise a child? It's something the Māori still very much adhere to."

Claire's eyebrows rose up her forehead as he told her that it hadn't hurt, and a look of realisation slinked across her face. "Oh... it's like that, is it," she teased, getting up from the bed, and shoving her hands into the pockets of her scrubs. "I'll make sure to put that in your notes."

Rolling her eyes, Claire nodded in resignation. "You'll be coming out for a drink with us, with a whole bunch of people. I think I'll be safe." She gave him a smile that belied the mock irritation. This was a bloke she could really get on with as a mate.

It took Caleb all of two seconds to roll over and tug his trousers down, and Claire laughed at his comments. "E hoa, you sound as though you're about to get violated by some huge ape of a man," she grinned, pulling his underwear down and slamming home the injection. "Don't worry, your manhood's not about to get threatened. This is likely the smallest prick a man's ever had in him..."


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"I will take that as an open invitation," he said brightly. He was actually pretty sure that he would take her up on that offer, maybe make a wander down to the infirmary to see if Claire was around, because despite everything he had quite enjoyed talking to her. Or rather flirting with her, he had enjoyed, but it hadn't been contrite or anything, and he had been nicely surprised when she had flirted right back. Oh he could see many things they'd joke about in the future and well he knew the benefits of having a friend that was a doctor.

Caleb listened actually interested as Claire explained how close she was to her family, he had actually heard of families being that close before. He wondered what it would be like to have all your extended family involved in your life, wondering if you were okay and what career path you'd chosen or where was the partner you were meant to marry. But he didn't have that, he had his parents and they were close, as could be with him living half way around the world and he didn't know his grandparents. He was happy with that, he wouldn't change that for the world, the grass wasn't always greener on the other side no matter what the prospective was.

"Sounds like birthdays and Christmas time would be really busy," he commented smiling, "But it sounds nice to have that much family. Are you any only child?" He couldn't remember if he'd asked that already or not, the pain medication messed with his memory on occasion as well.

"No, no putting it in the notes," he mock warned, pathetically shaking a finger at her, which was all in jest of course. "I have to keep a few things secrets for all the ladies that are on base."

Which was a complete and utter lie, there was no way that he was going to be sleeping with the people he was working with. But well he wasn't above using the rumours to his advantage at the least and if people caught him flirting heavily with people, then he was also going to use that to his advantage. There'd still be women outside of the base, that he would find, but no one would know that he wasn't sleeping with people on base.

"You keep saying us," he replied, "But all I hear is you and me, am I going to turn up and it is just going to be the two of us. Is this your long way round of asking me out Doctor Te Atua?"

Caleb would have carried on speaking, but the injection that was needed was jammed into him, he sure there was a small squeak that came out of his mouth when she did that. Like a delayed reaction kind of thing. "Well if you see that ape of a man, you let him know I need wining and dining first." he said, smiling as he was now able to turn back over onto his back again, smiling sweetly up at Claire. "Oh trust me there is probably smaller out there."


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2015 12:36 am 
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Claire grinned. "It was meant as an open invitation, e hoa," she replied, her voice more sincere than she would have expected. "Us newbies have to stick together, you know." She hadn't had the chance to make any real friends there, not yet, and there was no denying that she and Caleb had clicked from the moment he had come in. It was great to feel an instant kind of bond with someone, and she looked forward to getting to know him better.

Every now and then, as she spoke, Claire snuck a glance at Caleb. It was rare that she talked about her family, especially now that she was no longer in New Zealand. It just made missing them all the worse. That said, Caleb was easy to talk to, and he seemed genuinely interested. She had always found blokes easier to talk to, especially in a professional capacity. Other female doctors were often competitive, and tried to undermine one another.

"Birthdays and Christmas are bloody expensive," she snorted, shaking her head. "I've got nieces and nephews coming out of my arse." Claire smiled, shaking her head. "No, I have two younger sisters. Twins, actually. Both married, both with kids of their own, both people I'm held up to in comparison." It hurt, more than a little. Of the three of them, Claire was the one whom everyone had expected to settle down and have a gaggle of kids. It hadn't happened, though. It was probably her punishment for choosing a cheating prick to get engaged to.

Claire snorted with laughter. "Go on, get some tickets on yourself," she replied, her voice dripping with sarcasm. Stupid thing was, he was probably right. Good looking and a charmer, he would cut a swathe through the female population of the base without so much as breaking a sweat. It was good to get his measure early on, though. Mentally, Claire was able to place him firmly into the friendzone.

"You're not listening close enough, then," Claire chuckled. "There'll be about eight or ten of us, mainly from the infirmary, but you're more than welcome to join us." She twitched her eyebrows upwards. "No date, only group outings, I'm afraid!" She didn't date, not ever, not in four years or so. She'd had enough of being hurt.

A tiny smirk twitched on Claire's lips as Caleb made an almost indignant squeak as the injection slammed home. She resisted the urge to playfully slap his arse, and laughed at his response to her very blue joke. "Wined, dined, right," she said, chuckling quietly. "Are you admitting to a failing there, Leading Rate Williams?"


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"Newbies sticking together you got it," he replied smiling, "I mean, it took me near enough ten minutes to get to where I needed to be the other day. For an underground plot, it sure has a lot of corridors that look exactly the same." Actually it was the fact that they were all the same, that he surprisingly got lost only once, of course he knew there were certain places that were off limits to his rank. But so far he hadn't run into any of them, thankfully, he didn't fancy getting court marshalled in the first week, which he was sure would have to be a first for anyone if that happened.

That was something else that Caleb couldn't quite imagine, siblings, he had none himself, his parents not wanting more children after they'd had him. He couldn't blame them either really, his own personality he could only imagine either what kind of havoc a sibling and himself could cause. Or just how much they wouldn't get along, of course when he was younger and all his friends had siblings he'd wanted one, but now, now he was glad he didn't. One less person to worry about when you were away at sea, also he was sure that he wouldn't want to be away from home as much as he was if he had siblings.

"Sounds like a good kinda chaotic," he said, smiling at her. He waved a hand dismisivally at her comment on her siblings and being held up to their standards, "Trust me, to me you don't need to have what they have. You're in a place where you can literally step through a giant ring in the middle of a mountain and go to a different planet. That's up there with being an astronaut." Okay so maybe the pain medication was still taking a nice pleasant stroll through his system, but hey he knew that families could hold one person up to another and demand why they weren't the same. He'd seen it happen with his friends, it didn't mean anything, you were who you were that was what he liked to say.

"You also have very nice hands," he gestured to his side, "See it'll hardly leave a mark, bet your siblings can't do that." Actually he was sure that if he got around them, he'd end up smacked round the ears for all the flirting he'd do with them, if not buried six feet under by their husbands,

Caleb smiled, "All doctors and nurses on this night out eh?" he would have said more, but the flirt pretty much sold it's self, he didn't need to explain exactly which innuendo he was going to use. There was one about dressing up and getting his pulse checked, which he was pretty sure would actually get him kicked out of the infirmary, even by Claire's standards.

"Nope not admitting to anything," he answered, making himself a bit more comfortable on the bed. It had been fun talking to Claire, enjoyable even and well it would be even better if he could make himself comfortable on the bed and continue their little chat. It wasn't like he was planning on going anywhere, anytime soon.

"So I was promised some food?" he asked cheekily, he would have stretched his arms behind his head, but stretching meant pulling at the newly stitched side and well he didn't want to undo all the good doctors hard work, instead he settled for them resting on his stomach, smile in place.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2015 10:59 pm 
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Claire smiled. She completely understood how easy it was to get lost in the mountain. It had taken her more than a couple of weeks to get her bearings. As long as she had known where all the important places were, everything else had been able to wait. "I recommend just getting your hands on a floor plan, memorising the important bits, and finding your way around the rest of it as and when you need to," she advised. "Worked for me."

A faraway look crept onto Claire's face for a moment as she talked about her sisters. She loved them to pieces, really, and her nieces and nephews too, and she missed them. Still, she didn't like being reminded that she hadn't yet provided grandchildren to their parents, and, each time it was brought to mind, she felt a little like a failure. It wasn't that she didn't want kids of her own: far from it. She yearned for them. Still, it wasn't meant to be, it appeared, and she had to live with it.

"It was a great upbringing," she admitted, a smile sliding easily into place. "I'd kind like to have what they have, though." That was hard to say, and she wondered why she had admitted it to a complete stranger. Claire stifled a yawn. "Sorry, I get maudlin when I'm tired. Just tell me to shut the fuck up."

Claire shot Caleb a glance that she she was humouring his continued stoned flirting. "My sisters couldn't stitch you up, no, but there's plenty they can do that I can't," she grinned. "You really are off your face, aren't you?" Her tone held the utmost amusement. It wasn't the first time that she had had a patient flirt with her while under the influence, and it wouldn't be the last, but it was the first time she had flirted back and enjoyed it.

She rolled her eyes again. "Mainly doctors, mainly blokes, but I'm sure there's going to be someone you can turn your charms on," she chuckled, shaking her head. "I'm going to have to keep you on a short leash, aren't I? Put a warning sign over your head or something when you're out in public?" He was charming and deadly, that was for sure.

Claire checked that all the supplies were secured, and made a few notes on a chart that she would complete once she was back in her office when Caleb was resting. She glanced up at Caleb when he mentioned food, a somewhat mischievous grin sliding onto her lips. "Are you expecting a printed menu or something," she chuckled. " What kind of thing do you want? I'll see what I can do about it."


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"Yes but trying to get your hands on a floor plan, that's like a whole different level of security clearance needed," he replied, smiling at her. "My clearance doesn't go up that far, either that or they just like to see the lowly engineer wondering around in circles."

That had only actually happened once, him walking around in a circle, the only way he had even known it was a circle was because he passed the same person twice. Thankfully said person was kind enough, after they'd finished laughing at him, to point him in the right direction. Or rather tell him to take the next left instead of turning right. Honestly Caleb was surprised that they hadn't stamped at least some kind of sign postage on the walls, especially considering the base was basically just grey with big over head pipes on it. Maybe he could suggest they paint the pipes a different colour, like you'd get at hospitals, the red one takes you to such an such. He'd soon know his way around then.

Caleb smiled kindly at her, "I'd only tell you to shut up if you were annoying me," he said. Which was true, he might be a rather pleasant person and happy person to be around nine times out of ten, but he wasn't above telling people to be quiet when they irritated him. To be honest he'd found it quite refreshing that Claire had flirted right back at him, most women would turn red with either the compliments he bestowed upon them or anger. Which often led to some smacked faces, especially if he came on to strong, but he'd learnt over the years which buttons to press, to read peoples faces and react quickly enough.

"Also I think we'd all like what others have at times, doesn't mean it's what's best for us," he said, smiling at his own memory of actually being in a steady relationship. It was a bittersweet one, one that didn't end badly per say but his job got in the way and they'd parted amicably in the end. It just stung a little that he had, had to choose between two loves, it was one of the reason why he went to one night stands. Less entanglements then.

He put on a very drunk smile, more so than he actually was, as he replied, "I shall tell you a secret, I am not nearly as stoned as you seem to think I am." It was true, whether that was just with the amount of time that had passed, that the heavy drug had lessened a fraction or whatever, but he didn't feel as floaty. Tired and hungry was what he was mainly feeling now.

"Well if you're bringing the leashes, do I have to bring the whips?" he asked cheekily. Heh a night out was a night out to him, he could do as she said and turn his charms on to anyone that passed him by really. It would also be amusing to have someone supposedly keeping an eye on him so as he didn't land himself in hot water, which was bound to happen he could guarantee it.

He took a moment to try to look shocked as she said there would be no printed menu, "That is just disgraceful honestly, no printed menu, supposed you're going to say next all there is sandwiches and crisps or should that be chips?" he asked in mock outrage.


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Claire twitched her eyebrows upwards. "Hold that thought," she grinned, walking quickly over to the small office in the corner of the infirmary. She rifled through a drawer for a few seconds, before coming up with what she was looking for, and heading back to Caleb. "There you go," she said, handing him a few rumpled sheets of paper. "Two floors on each page, should help you get around. Worked for me, anyway." Janet Fraiser had given her the floor plan on her first day, and it had been invaluable.

"Oh, I can be annoying," she teased. "Most people get pissed off with us doctors anyway, so I wouldn't blame you." Most people saw doctors only under sufferance, and didn't care to keep their company otherwise. It amused Claire that Caleb was pestering her for a drink, really. Still, the pangs of homesickness continued to tug away at her gut, and she turned away for a moment, composing herself. Wrong place, wrong time to be missing everyone and everything. This was her life now, and she had to make the best of it.

A blink of surprise as Caleb said something so profound that it knocked Claire completely off her guard. She gave him a small, somewhat distracted smile, before returning her gaze to the floor. "You're right," she said, her voice small and quiet. "Doesn't make it any easier, though."

Claire had figured that she and Tama would marry, have kids, the whole happily ever after bit. It had been a crock of shit, though. Her fiance had been a cheating bastard, and she would have been utterly miserable had she married him. She was better off without him, but it still didn't make it any easier when she was compared to her sisters, churning out babies like popcorn.

Raising an almost disbelieving eyebrow, Claire shook her head in amusement. "So you've been putting on an act to try to get away with more flirting, huh," she chuckled. "Sneaky bugger. You do look kinda flaky, though." She reached across to a jug and glass, pouring Caleb some water. She held out the glass. "Drink this, the morphine can make you thirsty, too."

Claire laughed at his comment. She'd done a lot of laughing that night. "Only of that's what turns you on, e hoa. Not quite so sure that everyone else would appreciate it, though." It seemed as though he was intent on coming along on Saturday night. Could be fun.

A long suffering sigh, a shake of the head, and a resigned grin. "Crisps. Definitely crisps. It's only the bloody Americans who can't get the name right." Claire walked across to the phone on the wall. "What do you want in your sandwiches? Vegetarian, vegan, fruitarian..." She shot Caleb a mischievous grin. "Let me guess... you're an all organic kinda bloke, too."


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Caleb watched as Claire went over to a desk and rifled through the draws for a moment or two, he thought about making a comment on her doing such a thing, but he with held it. Especially when in the next moment she was holding out a couple of sheets of paper, with what he could clearly see was a floor plan of the first few floors of the base. He wasn't quite sure what to say, as he took the papers from her, looking them over, committing certain things to memory. No one had really been that kind to him since he'd joined, and it was a nice thing to do.

"Thanks," he said smiling a sincere smile at her, he was going to have to find something nice to do for her now as well. After all friends always repaid in kind and that was what Claire was becoming in his mind, a friend, his first one on base his mother would be so proud.

"Well as you've probably guessed, am not exactly most people," Caleb said, smiling once more in his flirty way that he had. Actually he generally got along with everyone, especially if they were female, didn't matter if they were Doctors, Lawyers or even Judges, so long as he could get them smiling that was all that mattered.

He was concerned for a moment when she turned away, as to whether he had over stepped his mark or not. He got homesickness, he understood it, it was something that came with the job, especially in a place like this. Homesickness was something that would either make you or break you, for him, it made him. But then Claire had turned around once more, with a small smile on her face, that he didn't bring up the homesickness thing again. It was alright to be nice once in a while, but bringing something up so many times that it annoyed the person, not a good thing.

"Didn't say it'd make it easier," he admitted quietly, he had never claimed anything would be easy. Hell he'd just found out that there was a giant metal ring that could take you to different planets, the definition of easy was getting redetermined in his mind right at that very moment.

He had settled back against the pillows as they'd been chatting, it was relaxing actually chatting and flirting with a woman without the whole sleeping with her at the end thing. Not that he was ever going to give up on the flirting side of things with Claire, it was nice when women could give it him back.

But so he'd been relaxing and when she held out the cup of water, he gratefully accepted it and down it in three big sips. Actually now that she mentioned it, he did feel a bit thirsty, stupid pain medication not only loosening his tongue, but making him thirsty. He smiled brightly at Claire once more, "Oh I don't need to put on an act to get away with more flirting, am just naturally charming," was the cheesiest line he had probably said all evening.

"Don't be too sure, you bring the whips out at a party and you'd be surprised what kind of interest you can get," he admitted, "Of course that's a story for another time, maybe when there is a couple of drinks inside first."

He gave her the mock outraged look, when she started listing off the different sandwiches, honestly some of the suggestions were truly frightening. "Yeah totally full on organic sandwiches, I can't think of anything tastier." he rolled his eyes at his own sarcasm. "Anything with meat in it?"


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"You're welcome," replied Claire as she handed over the floor plans. The SGC was a daunting place when you were new, and, even though she had only been there a short time longer than Caleb, she felt confident enough that she knew her way around. Well, at least until she was called out to somewhere she had never heard of. Then, she might well regret giving those floor plans away. "And if you get lost, just ask - most people here will only bite if you ask them nicely!"

Claire grinned. "Well, you're certainly not like most other military I've met," she agreed. Jake Patterson was possibly an exception, but then again, he seemed to be a doctor first and foremost, soldier second. They shared a dark sense of humour, and got on well. So he really didn't count.

Caleb's tone of voice as he talked about homesickness spoke of someone who had suffered his own difficulties with being away from those he cared about. However, it was also the tone of someone who didn't want to get any deeper into it, so Claire didn't pry. "Well, it's a pretty shitty feeling, so I hope it passes soon." Her voice was reflective, and she gave Caleb the tiniest of smiles.

It was good to see that he had relaxed, despite what he had been through. For a while, Claire had thought that surgery was going to be the only real option, but he had handled the procedure admirably. She still wasn't convinced that he was more sober than he appeared, though. Morphine could hit some people extremely hard, and the way that Caleb's pupils had dilated... well, yeah. He had been royally munted.

He drained the water, and Claire chuckled. "So we ought to put out a warning to all the women in the area, huh? Nobody's impervious to your charms and all that shit?" In other circumstances, Claire herself might have responded in a different way to his flirtatious nature. However, placing him firmly in the friendzone was the right way to go. She didn't need romantic complications and the hurt they would inevitably bring.

"Okay, so no whips," laughed Claire. "I'm not going to be able to go anywhere with you, am I?" Caleb seemed to be the kind of guy who brought trouble wherever he went, whether he intended it or not. Of course, she was certain that, sometimes at least, the trouble was intended.

Just as she had expected, Caleb wasn't vegetarian, and didn't seem to give a shit what he was eating, as long as there was a healthy serving of dead animal in it. "Okay, so whatever meaty sandwich they have, plus crisps... and what to drink?" While he thought about the drink side of things, Claire relayed the food order. Chances were, whatever he wanted to drink was going to be available in the infirmary anyway.


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