Well, this past week was the first full week of school, and I found out that every week I'll be having to write a shorty story using all ten or fifteen of my vocabulary words. Since I've been writing Stargate all summer I couldn't think of anything else immediatly, so this is what came out for this first week. It's mostly nonsense, but fun nonsense, so I thought I'd post it. I left the vocubulary words underlined for your amusement. If any more of my vocab papers turn out to be Stargate, I'll just put them here as added chapters to this story--a collections of shorts, sort of. So anyway, even if its not goo,d I hope you get a laugh, and if you want to leave a review, I'd be happy. :) Thanks!

The Vocab Game

Daniel sighed as Janet finished meticulously patching up Jack's head, scolded him yet again, and moved on to her other patients. "And this is what comes of too much temerity for one day," he shook his head.

Jack glanced at him and crossed his arms. "Hey, you're the one who's always getting hurt."

Sam piped up from where she stood beside Daniel. "That may be true, sir, but when he gets hurt, it's not because of recklessness," she reminded him with a slight smile.

"I though it was because of temerity."

"That is the same thing, O'Neill," Teal'c observed.

"It is?"

The three of them nodded.

"Oh…I knew that."

"Sure you did," Daniel smirked. That was why he'd used it. It was so much fun to confuse Jack. Not to mention that picking extraneous words out of his mind was fun and challenging in the first place.

Jack rolled his eyes. "Whatever. Now why are the three of you still here? Just because the doc's making me stay overnight doesn't mean you guys have to hang around."

"What if we want to spice up a usually insipid stay in the infirmary?"

"Or maybe we're just gregarious," Sam smiled, catching onto Daniel's game.

The colonel blinked a few times, but refused to admit it if he didn't know the meaning of any word. "Uh huh. Are you trying to coerce me?"

No, not really. Well, yes. They were only having fun, but it would be even more fun if he actually asked them the meaning of something.

"Are we?" Daniel asked lightly, refusing to divulge anything.

"I think you are," Jack nodded with dogmatic certainty.

Teal'c raised an eyebrow. "Are you certain? Perhaps you are just jaundiced, O'Neill."

"After all, sir, you did just get caught in a rock slide. That could make someone a little angry," Sam added.

The colonel stared at her. "What?" Then he looked at Daniel. "What?"

Daniel held back a laugh and raised his hands in front of him. "Don't look at me. I won't abet her."

"But you started it!" Sam scoffed.

"Started what!" Jack cried in frustration.

"Never mind," Daniel sighed, shaking his head. He caught Sam's eye, and she rolled her eyes and smiled.

Jack huffed. "This has got to stop."

"What, sir?"

"The whole ganging up on me thing."

"If you say so, Jack."