"What's this?" Kay poked curiously at the blue box sitting on his sister's desk. It shook slightly, and growled at him. He carefully backed up, keeping his eyes on it. "It doesn't seem very friendly to me."

Kitty walked into the room, and made cooing noises to the box, which promptly purred at her, and leapt into her arms. "You just have to treat it right," she informed her brother, and placed the box carefully back on her desk.

"Yes, but what in the name of Starclan, Eru, Rassilon, and all the other numerous fictional deities is it?" he demanded.

"It is a Big Blue Box of Randomness," she proclaimed.

"A Box of Randomness." Kay, not impressed, crossed his arms across his chest.

"Yes! A Big Blue one. It is where I store all the crazy ideas that come out of my head!" She crossed the room to a laptop, and flipped the lid. Pressing a few buttons, a piece of paper shot out of it. Kay caught it and read the title.

"'Pink Elephants and Immortality'. Sure, that's going to get you readers."

Kitty glared at him, and snatched up the paper. She held it out to the blue box, which promptly ate it up. "Well, we'll see, won't we?"

"So," Kay sat down on the bed. "What is in this 'Big Blue Box' of yours?"

"Oooh, all sorts of things! They're all oneshots! It's mostly humour, but sometimes there's a bit of Whump in it, and sometimes it doesn't make any sense at all!"

"Sounds a bit like you."

"Oh, shut up."

"Okay, okay, I will. And when will you update this box?"

"Whenever I write a oneshot, which could be now or next week, or even in ten centuries! See, I'm adding one now!" She gestured at the box, which was making omnomm noises.

"Okay, one last question. Why is it blue?"

"We're in the Doctor Who fandom, of course!" She turned to the Fourth Wall, where the readers were waiting in suspense. "Please enjoy these oneshots from the brain of Kitty Eden, which may or may not be turned into their own stories! On with the show!"