Actually, the real summary was going to be, "For when inspiration hits me in the back of the head with a brick, or when the writer's block bug is going around. Please review!" ...But then no one would take me seriously :P

First up: Danny contemplates the meaning of a famous expression.

Genre- Friendship

Pairings- none

Rating- K+

Three can keep a secret, if two of them are dead.

I'm familiar with the expression. I can't quite remember who wrote it, probably some famous dead guy from the 1800's. And all I can say about the phrase is that it is utter bull crap.

I mean, don't get me wrong. It's true most of the time. What with popular A-listers like Paulina, who'd give your secret up to high school gossip on a whim. Oh yes, people like her would definitely qualify.

But that doesn't mean everyone's the same; take my two best friends, for instance. They've known my secret for as long as I've had a secret to keep. They've proven their loyalty time and time again, and they would never- and will never- sell me out. Sam would rather wear the world's pinkest frilliest dress on live television while singing the barbie-girl theme song; her parents as witnesses, might I add. And Tucker would willingly give up all forms of modern technology for a year, and lead a healthy vegan lifestyle, rather than expose me. Trust me; knowing them, that is saying a lot.

So yes, three can keep a secret. The dead part is just optional. Because in my case, I guess the saying could be:

Three can keep a secret, if one of them is half-ghost.

AN: First drabble. So... thoughts?

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