"Look Darling, you made it to the Wikipedia!" Eames shouts from the other room. Arthur squints in disbelief and tries to ignore this ridiculous attempt to distract him from work. But when Eames calls his name again and again, and it’s clear that he’s not going to give up any time soon, Arthur shoves mark’s files on his desk and gets up with a heavy sigh.
"We don’t have time for this, whatever it is, Eames" he replies, leaning against the doorframe. "Why are you even on Wikipedia, shouldn’t you be looking up our mark’s daughter?"
"Why yes, so happens that I’m waiting for her to reply to my post, and because my tumblr dash is basically dead, I decided to look at something more appropriate to my age than slash fanfiction and cute kittens, forgive me for neglecting my fifteen-years-old female alter ego for a few minutes" Eames says and moves on the couch, making space for Arthur to sit and turns his laptop towards the other man.
"List of people who disappeared mysteriously" Arthur reads the Wiki title out loud, and looks at Eames doubtfully.
"I’m serious, look!" forger scrolls down the page, to the 2000s section and points at one of the four names listed under 2005. "Isn’t it your real name?"
And it is, actually, his real name, just next to the text saying, that at the age of 22, he went for a trip to Paris one day and never came back. He remembers that day like it was yesterday. He remembers meeting with Cobbs and making the hardest, and maybe the most stupid decision of his life. His eyes stings a little as he finishes reading, but it’s probably from the lack of sleep lately.
Trying very hard not to show Eames that his discovery affected him in any way, Arthur stands up and says, without looking at the forger “Congratulations on your disclosure, now stop googling us and go back to work, would you?”
"You haven’t told them?" Eames’ quiet question makes him roll his eyes, irritated.
"Oh, Darling. I’m so sorry" the answer is muffled, probably because the man covered his mouth with his hand, startled.
"Don’t be. I’m good. I didn’t like them that much anyway" shy smile appears on Arthur’s face, when he realizes the other man’s presence just behind his back. He closes his eyes, when Eames locks him in a tight embrace, and whispers "Besides, I have you now, don’t I?"
“I was quite intimidated by Ralph Fiennes. I didn’t really talk to him while I was doing Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and the only thing I did with him was when he stepped on my head. Then I went to this play and he was there. And this girl said, “You’ve worked with Ralph Fiennes haven’t you, Robert?” and I was like, “Well, no…” and Ralph said, “Yes, I stepped on your head.” And that was the extent of our conversation.”—Robert Pattinson’s life, guys (via apriki)