Author's Notes:
For one of the prompts I didn’t get around to using for tw100’s challenge 316 earlier this year. I’ve dug them out again to supplement the prompts I got from my f-list, just because there are still loads I wanted to use. The final part of my silly little five-part drabble series. Prompt at the end.

Summary: Exactly what the title says!

They read the last words in the diary.

‘If you’re reading this, don’t panic.’

“Well, that’s comforting.”

“Someone’s been reading Douglas Adams.”

The American gave him a funny look.

‘Your names are Ianto Jones and Jack Harkness.’

“Hello, Jack.”

“Hi, Ianto!”

‘You haven’t lost your memories.’

“Could’ve fooled me!”

‘Not permanently. It’s a temporary side effect.’

“Of what?”

‘You accidentally downloaded an alien database into your heads; the human brain can’t hold that much data. Your memories will return in a few hours, take the day off.

The Doctor.’

“Huh! What now?”

“We could go back to bed?”

“Good plan!”

The End

A/N2: Title used is ‘Last Words’