king & lionheart | agents of shield | coulson/skye | PG13, 5.2 words

"As Director I have the right to know what’s going on."

It comes out a bit harsher than he intended to, like everything these days. Skye takes it like that, harsh and authoritative, if not tyrannical, and she steps back and doubles the defiance in her gaze.

"I really doubt that’s one of your rights as Director. Specially since there’s nothing going on.”

"You’re refusing a mission."

"I’m not refusing a mission," she explains. "Will everybody stop being so dramatic?"

Five Times Agent Skye Saves Director Coulson’s Sorry Ass.

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king & lionheart
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by zauberer_sirin

Five Times Agent Skye Saves Director Coulson’s Sorry Ass.

Words: 5225, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English



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anonymous said:

i super duper love this blog, and this might seem like an odd request, but do you have any assassin fic recs??

How is that an odd request? I would think it’s a totally awesome, bamf-y, sexy-times-filled request. Also, Mr. And Mrs. Smith, anybody? James Bond? In other words: Fuck yeah.

Stiles Might Actually Be Spiderman by day

(1,506 I Not Rated (Angsty says: Teen)Complete)

Everyone in the group has their special skills and areas of extreme expertise.

But then there’s Stiles.

Honestly, Derek doesn’t even know what the fuck Stiles is doing there.

Call it a Fallacy by inquisitioned

(2,275 Teen Complete)

Or, five times Agent Alpha and Agent Q kissed, and one time Derek and Stiles did.

A Day’s Work by melo

(3,942 Mature Complete)

Stiles is good at what he does, even if he’s considered a lowly temp in the company hierarchy. One day, he’ll be recognized for his talents, but until then he’ll enjoy the mentorship of model employee Derek Hale.

Is That a Gun In Your Pocket Or…That’s a Gun In Your Pocket by Elpie (aka Horribibble)

(8,163 Explicit Complete)

Derek Hale is the best boyfriend.
He’s sweet. He’s funny. He recites Pablo Neruda completely unprovoked.
He also happens to be in the murder business. But hey, nobody’s perfect.

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A romantic comedy with guns and roses.
(Well, maybe not the roses.)

we’re catching bullets in our teeth (it’s hard to do but they’re so sweet) by prettyasadiagram

(12,935 Mature Complete)

Stiles says he’s a Web Developer. Derek says he an Internal Auditor.

They’re both liars, but you can’t exactly tell your significant other that you kill people for a living, now can you?

this town is only gonna eat you by sempiternalsea

(16,398 Mature Complete)

On the outskirts of Stockholm, Derek takes down six men of eight with nothing but a boot knife and Stiles at his back. By the end, he’s covered in an array of bruises and blood and dirty snow, crouched low to the ground. Stiles stands by him, posture perfectly erect, Glock still raised. He’s got a smear of lipstick on his mouth and gunpowder residue on his sleeve. The men at their feet do not stir. (An AU where Stiles is a spy and Derek is his assassin.)

with metal on our tongues (we’ll be dressed in rags) by Rena

(18,848 Explicit Complete)

Double-oh agents are a piece of work; Stiles knew that before he became MI6’s new quartermaster. It’s cool, he survived Lydia in college, he can deal with stubborn, reckless, trigger-happy operatives. Derek Hale, though, is definitely trying to live up to his predecessor’s legacy and make Stiles’ life more difficult.

AKA the one where Derek is 007 and Stiles is Q and they bitch and angst their way to a Happy Ending.

Jump The Gun by CiaraWrites

(29,588 Teen Complete)

They both lean forward and peer at the apparent culprits in the picture. They’re young; a boy and girl that look about Stiles’ age.

“Scott McCall and Allison Argent,” Deucalion answers their unspoken question. “I want you to get rid of them.”

Assasins and Alphas by Mega_tricks

(currently 38,065 Mature WIP)

Alpha Derek Hale hires assassin Stiles Stilinski, aka The Nogitsune, to take down a banshee, Lydia Martin, who knows too much for her own good.
But the Assassin has a price that the Alpha hadn’t anticipated.

Enjoy!

Angsty

Twenty-years into the future...

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   The day had worn thin on his patience. A wolf cornered
   and no where to turn became a rabid animal that would
   rip at any throat to come near.   Five  junior  agents had
   been on the end of   Agent John Stark’s fangs and only
   Maria Hill   had   been   able to save them. The old wolf
   rested now  in  his  office.   Thin-wired   frame   glasses
   slipped to   the edge of his nose as he read over a field
   report.   Absentmindedly,    his   fingers played with the
   wedding band on his ring finger.

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The other S.H.I.E.L.D. agents have their suspicions about Coulson and May.

After seeing how married Coulson and May were acting in the premiere, we couldn’t resist writing yet another five times story. All of these take place during the hiatus.

Mail man stole my cim!

http://nypost.com/2014/09/26/postal-…elivered-mail/

New York Post
Postal carrier hoarded 40,000 pieces of undelivered mail
By Gabrielle Fonrouge and Selim Algar
September 26, 2014 | 12:33am

Photo: Reuters
This guy makes Newman look like a hero.
A troubled Brooklyn mailman took his depression and booze addiction out on his postal customers by failing to deliver some 40,000 pieces of mail and hoarding the massive stash in his home, car and post office locker.
Joseph Brucato, a Vietnam War vet, admitted hiding a ton of mail meant for customers in Flatbush since 2005, according to a Brooklyn federal court complaint.
It took five postal agents five hours to remove the massive stash of purloined letters from the 67-year-old’s Flatlands apartment, which he shares with his wife and child, his landlord told The Post.
“It really shocked me,” said Bruno Honovic, 72. “Our neighbor thought maybe he was moving and the post office was helping him out by lending him a truck.”
A postal supervisor became suspicious that Brucato was up to something weird when he noticed his personal car was stuffed with undelivered letters, the complaint said.
Investigators pressed Brucato about the letter cache, and he copped to hoarding more than a ton of mail — a total of 2,500 pounds — over the past decade.
The haul included priority, first-class and regular mail that had once been headed for Brooklyn businesses and residents in Flatbush, according to court papers.
Brucato, who faces up to five years in prison if convicted, blamed alcohol and depression for his bizarre hoarding habit at his arraignment in Brooklyn federal court Wednesday.

Mail stuffed in the mailbox at Brucato’s home
Photo: Gregory P. Mango
Brucato, whose scheme echoed that of “Seinfeld” mailman Newman, could not be reached for comment. He was released on his own recognizance.
Magistrate Vera Scanlon ordered him to “abstain from excessive alcohol consumption” as part of his release, according to a court document.
A Postal Service rep said officials will tackle the task of trying to deliver the stash.
Brucato was hired by the USPS in 2001. He has been suspended with pay, pending the outcome of his case.
Honovic said he had been renting his apartment for the last 30 years and that he and his family were quiet and respectful.
“We’re in a state of shock because we never saw anything,” Honovic’s wife told The Post. “They’re very nice people. They never give us any trouble.”
The Postal Service’s mantra of reliability has faced criticism over the past year.
A Long Island mailman, Patrick Paskett, 24, was arrested in March for brazenly dumping more than 1,000 pieces of mail in Dumpsters along his route to avoid the labor of delivering them. http://dlvr.it/724Hrv

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The thing is, when an agent reaches clearance level five, it’s because they’re valuable, capable of something an exponentially diminishing few can offer in the ranks of SHIELD. Clint Barton, his personal issues notwithstanding, is unstoppable behind a scope. Jim Woo is an analyst and extractor par excellence. Melinda May has infiltrated half the presidential offices of Asia, and Phil Coulson has an instinct for the unusual that could be the basis of an entire TV show.

Jasper’s less certain what he brings to the party.


Chapter three up out of what might end up being five, I’m just riffing at this point. 

Ranking the top free agents at each position

Ranking the top free agents at each position

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I’m in the process of writing a series of columns for FanSided Features that has been and will be ranking the top five free agents at each position. I began with number one, the starting pitcher and will conclude not with the number nine position player in right field but with the sometime unrecognized “tenth position” of relief pitchers. 

You can look for these columns two days a…

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atwellling replied to your post “I finally watched the beautifulness that is Agent Carter on Agents of…”

the only five minutes of the ep that didn’t bore me to death and it left me SO giddy. imagine when it’s actually 45 minutes of her a week.

Right??? I am glad I just found the scene on youtube. I can’t stand the show so I was blessed to just youtube the one scene. And see our girl kick ass so wonderfully.

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@blerdwords @BigBabaRob @EdJohnsonNERD @MingNa Yeah, man! Nothing can stop the Calvary. Except Agent Ken Doll. — Five Nerdy Venoms (@FiveNerdyVenoms) September 23, 2014 from Twitter…

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Par-Kerry

A belted great-coat developed in Par-Kerry sporting patterns by the fashion park overcoat shops.

A practical style now presented by accredited fashion park agents. Forty five dollars and more.

Custom service without the annoyance of a try-on ready-to-put-on

Fashion Park
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Top five hints when watching a show by Joss Whedon.

1. If the plotlines are wrapping up and there’s still twenty minutes left, be prepared this one is going to hurt.

2. Don’t let the humor fool you, a joke you might think is funny is actually hinting at a future heart wrenching moment.

3. Do you ship something? Is your ship cannon? If it isn’t count yourself lucky.

4. If it is…. Be prepared, none of the relationships ever end happily.

5. Do you like a character? If the character isn’t a core character, they are going to die. Horribly and when you least expect it.

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