A Tale of Woo
By Organization for Transformative Works

Author: Veritas03 | Word Count: 25.3k | Rating: PG-13

Summary: Harry’s a bit of a mess, despite a successful Quidditch career. Draco’s not too much of a mess, but believes his life is as good as it’s likely to get. Both want something more. Fate is going to help them out with that.

Review: Wow so many… squishy feelings!! Squishy angst, squishy longing, squishy fluff, squishy endings… So cute!

There’s so much build up, as you see them dancing around each other and wanting each other, made so frustrating by Draco just being stubborn and pricky but in such an sadly understandable way. Despite all the pining however, this is still sweet and romantic, making for a fun and lovely read.

Content/Warnings: Bonding/Soulmate Bond, Pining, Romance

Mood Music: Stop Desire - Tegan And Sara

A Thousand Words - K_K_TiBal - Supernatural [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Supernatural
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Castiel/Dean Winchester
Characters: Dean Winchester, Castiel, Charlie Bradbury, Jo Harvelle, Balthazar (Supernatural)
Additional Tags: Street artist au, Artist!Dean, artist!Cas

”What is this, critique an artist day?” Dean muttered, tugging at his jacket as he scowled at the changes.This art, his outlet, was supposed to be his safe place. It was supposed to be the one thing in his life that would remain constant and here someone was painting over it. Sam had left him for college. His bills were stacking higher, he wasn’t exactly making six figures, but this art? People liked it. He liked it. It helped him stay sane.

13 Reasons Why

Don’t watch it. Do not watch this fucked up mess of a show. Listen, I’ve been working in suicide prevention for almost six years, and I grew up in an area that had epidemics of teen suicides. The area is actually so well known that the show-writers and producers met with leading experts in the area on the ways that the media contributes to youth suicides - and then did almost everything they were warned not to do, even going so far as to actually show the suicide on-screen. Many of the experts that they’ve spoken with are expressing grave disappointment with how the show proceeded despite their advice.

If you’re suicidal, if you’re depressed, if you self-harm, and/or if you have any trauma associated with that, please do not watch this show. It was incredibly irresponsibly handled and puts people in very real danger.

Honestly shoutout to The Social Network for giving us the line “you’re going to go through life thinking that girls don’t like you because you’re a nerd. And I want you to know, from the bottom of my heart, that that won’t be true. It’ll be because you’re an asshole” because if that doesn’t epitomize women’s feelings for entitled male nerds I don’t know what does

More “wtf are humans, please leave the rest of us be” stuff:

Human reactions to fear!

No, I’m not talking about screaming or freezing in one spot and pissing yourself. I’m talking about the weirder, more specific-to-only-humans fear reactions.

Like singing.

Idk how many of you have watched people play horror video games, but a surprising amount of people start narrating what’s going on in a sing-song voice.

Imagine being an alien, walking in a horrific, dark tunnel with these weird gangly creatures, you’re all scared out of your wits and then one of them starts fucking singing.

In a dark cave. While everyone’s terrified.

“ ♫ ~We are all gonna fucking die, this is terrible and I wanna go hooooome~ ♬ ”