The Rules According to Mia and Poe
Fandom: The Fast and The Furious
Time: Several months after the movie.
Rating: PG for language.
Feedback: Blood always welcomed.
This is just a little fluff piece. I figured Dominic would have women coming in and out of his life after Letty’s departure. Poe is a college friend of Mia’s who moves in while Dom is in Baja. Poe helps with the bills and manages the garage. She stays after Dom comes back. Dom and her have a love hate relationship. She loves to do things that annoy him.
The speaker of the story is Mia unless otherwise noted.
On with the story:
INT. TORETTO LIVING ROOM
Where Mia and Poe are talking to Dom’s newest bed partner.
Okay, here are the rules, guidelines, whatever the fuck you want to call them.
Rule number 1: We’re Dom’s team not yours.
Translation- We follow his orders not yours.
Rule number 2: We’re not your gophers.
If you want something get it yourself.
I don’t even bring Dom his coffee, so don’t
expect me to bring you yours.
Rule number 3: We’re not your housekeepers.
So pick up and clean up after yourself.
Don’t make a mess of the bathroom or leave
stuff all over the counter either.
Rule number 4: We’re not chauffeurs.
If you need a ride call a cab.
Or call Dominic.
Rule number 5: We‘re permanent you’re not. We were
here before you and will be here long after you.
Remember you’re replaceable.
Rule number 6: We’re on Dom’s side not yours.
So don’t expect much support from us against him unless we
feel strongly about it.
Unless of course it will annoy the hell out
of him and I ‘m in a mood. Then we might talk.
Rule number 7: Don’t get Dom mad
unless you can diffuse it.
People who piss Dom off tend to end up hurt.
Turning to Poe
Except for you, for some reason.
Looking at Mia
I’m his sister.
Okay, I’m special.
Turning back to the woman
You are not.
Rule number 8 HURT HIM AND WE WILL KILL YOU.
Simple as that. If he is upset, we’re upset. Oh and stay out of our way
at the garage and store. You’re a fuck partner. We’re family.
Follow these rules and we’ll all be happy.
One happy dysfunctional family.