A/N: Just working off some frustration with some things with this ficlet. Just read it…it is random.

No One

"God damn it Dick! Stop annoying the shit out of me, it is getting kind of old!"

"Kind of old?"

"Yes, old."

"Annoying and old can only be a definite or a negative. Which is it Mackie?"

"Ergh, a freaking big positive. You annoy the hell out of me and I cannot stand the way you look at me, the way you know everything about me, the way your eyebrow curls up when you think-okay- when you say something intelligent, the way you know how to push my buttons to make me snap,"

"Like now?"

"Shut up."

"Shutting up."

"Oh, god, and the way you smirk, that smirk. And who freaking sits in front of a TV screen and plays video games hours on end? Who?"

"Me and you."

"You and I."

"See," Dick pointed out, grinning.

"Whatever, the fact is you annoy the hell out of me and I think you enjoy it which is creepy in a way its adorable which turns into a completely different other way that it is just so typical!"

"How is it typical?"

"It just is!"

Dick just nodded, clearly not trying to touch up on that subject anymore; when Mac got going she was basically gone till her point was proven.

"I hate the fact that you look at things differently and it makes so much fucking sense to me, to me! The girl that nothing is suppose to make sense to. It annoys me the way you always see through me, to the real me, down to the core me. No one has ever seen that me. No one. Not even, not even Cassidy. And he, he was special. Special in a way that I never thought anyone could replace that kind of special."

"And now?"

"I am not freaking done Dick! God and you never know when to shut up! You always know how to piss me off. And, shit, you took his place." Mac cried one, single tear, and Dick watched it slid slowly down her cheek. "I don't know how you did it, but you did and now you are in me, always. In every crack and crevice, every vein, every bone, every fiber of me you are there too. You got under my skin Dick, and what pisses me off the most is that I don't want you to leave, ever. You can't now; you're a part of me."

Dick walked towards Mac and pulled her into a hug. "I must have done something right,"

"Yea, you did do something right."

The End