Friendly reminder that there is a four inch height difference between Kirk and Spock, so Kirk would have to tip his head up and Spock would have to lean down to kiss him.
wherenoonehasgonebeforee asked: okay but b'elanna and desserts. i have a headcanon that she has like bags of cookies (both klingon and human kinds) stashed around her quarters and she's a total snacker, likes especially those frosted animal crackers that she remembers as a kiddo. and when she was at the academy, she lived off snack desserts and she still does tbh. (sorry i just b'elannaaaaa)
NEVER APOLOGIZE FOR B’ELANNA AND COOKIES.
in her maquis days, seska and chakotay and the others were constantly finding her stashes in strange places (‘the medkit, b’elanna, really?’) and marveling at her remarkably resourceful cookie-acquisition skills, but when she first arrives on voyager she’s extremely self-conscious about this frivolous habit of hers – until one day the captain catches her sneaking some kind of klingon-toffee-nut-bar confection in a maintenance juncture at oh-three-hundred and at first b’elanna is horrified but then they just giggle themselves stupid about it and get stoned on toffee whilst making physics jokes and doing a science to whatever’s wrong with the whatsit in the thingum.
this is all little-smartass' fault but picture a transporter accident that switches the TOS crew with the AOS crew
so the TOS crew in the sleek, glossy, reboot technological heaven, jim spinning the captain’s chair around while spock and scotty stand together in awe but also slight mistrust and bones doesn’t know whether to curse the new-fangled equipment in the medbay or praise the heavens—until he’s blinded by the glare off a reflective surface—while uhura admits the design for her earpiece is so functional and fashionable, and sulu and chekov devote themselves to learning what they can (sulu is especially delighted—why, it’s even better than excelsior!)
meanwhile, the AOS crew finds themselves at a complete loss. spock is capable of adapting, yet the views offered through the viewfinder are fuzzy and distorted. sulu is deeply afraid of the plant that looks like a hand and keeps making weird gestures at him. jim has no idea what any of the unlabeled buttons on his captain’s chair do and he feels like he’s in candyland. is that a giant gumdrop? uhura’s meal looks like a baby’s playing blocks and tastes like them, too. bones storms onto the bridge demanding, ‘what is this, THE DARK AGES?’ chekov supposes this isn’t the worst thing that’s happened to him, honestly. and scotty’s in engineering scratching the back of his head before shrugging, because it’s not pretty, but there’s something about it that stirs his heart…