Title: Crooked Teeth

Summary: In which this authoress will attempt to create as many vignette's based on one song as possible. Vignettes all based on the song Crooked Teeth by Death Cab for Cutie.

Spoilers (for this vignette): I…don't really know. None, I guess.

Disclaimer: X-Files owned by Chris Carter and Fox. I own nothing, except my laptop.

Random Info: I think I can only squeeze a few more chapters out of this song, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to continue the song-vignettes thing. So… VOTING TIME! What song should I do next? Your choices are: "The Adventure" by Angels and Airwaves, "Slow Dancing in a Burning Room" by John Mayer, or "The Remedy" by Jason Mraz.

"I'm a war, of head versus heart, and it's always this way."

Mulder POV

I fight a battle every day.

And, no, I'm not talking about the war between the hairbrush and my head.

(Although that is a battle that wreaks havoc on my life daily.)

Nope, this is an internal battle of sorts. The battle that goes on between my head and my heart. My logical side and my emotional side. My left brain and my right brain.

My impulse-buyer side and my checkbook.

See, I've been meaning to buy something for Scully for a while now. It's absolutely the perfect thing for her. It suits her perfectly. I even hunted down her size so it would fit perfectly.

It's just radically expensive.

And I'm battling my rational side that says that she might not take my, uh, special gift. I mean, God knows, she's rejected me before.

And this is sort of the thing you wouldn't want to return.

And I don't want to mess things up between us, because this gift……this gift would change everything.

Including the amount of mad money I have every month, but that's not the point.

The strange thing is that every time I look at it, and I picture Scully with it, I know that it's the right thing to do.

I just wish my heart could explain to my brain that the four thousand dollar Tiffany engagement ring would be the best gift I could ever buy the G-woman I love.

Author's Note: Short, fluffy drabble, I know. I still love it! Much love to my reviewers TwistedSister03, Teliko, and Anita.