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Renegade Rage

Summary: You’re already pissed off, and Dean is just making it worse. 

Pairing: Dean x Reader (Well, sort of implied at the end.)
Word Count: 1330
Warnings: Language, bar fight violence, drinking.
Genre: General.
Challenge: @atc74 and @mamaredd123‘s Fabulous 300 challenge! My prompts were: fight, rage, and Renegade by Styx. I’m only about two months overdue on this. Sigh. Sorry it took me so long ladies, but here it is! 

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Neferneferuaten Nefertiti (ca. 1370-1330 BC) was an Egyptian queen and the Great Royal Wife of Akhenaten, an Egyptian Pharaoh. She and her husband were known for a religious revolution, in which they worshiped 1 god only, Aten, or the sun disc. They were responsible for the creation of a whole new religion which changed the ways of religion within Egypt. With her husband, she reigned at what was the wealthiest period of Ancient Egyptian history. Some scholars believe that Nefertiti ruled briefly as Neferneferuaten after her husband’s death and before the accession of Tutankhamun, although this identification is a matter of ongoing debate. 

She was made famous by her bust, now in Berlin, Germany’s Neues Museum. It’s one of the most copied works of ancient Egypt. It was attributed to the sculptor Thutmose, and it was found in his workshop. The bust is notable for exemplifying the understanding Ancient Egyptians had regarding realistic facial proportions.

Snowed In - Vernon Imagine

Originally posted by sneezes


Title: Snowed In // Holiday Collection: Christmas // Part of my 25+ Days of Seventeenmas 

Member: Vernon x Reader 

Genre: Fluff 

Words: 1330 

A/N: @hellslittleangel1 *pushes imagine toward you slowly then runs away* // Tis be the request from the winners // 


“Y/N!” Seungkwan yelled from his seat right next to you. After ten rounds playing an online go carting game and basically destroyed them all.

You ‘whooped’ in your seat and proceeded to stick your tongue out at the boys who were all sitting around you, watching you in jealousy.

“Who’s next?” You turn happily to them, sending a sly wink to Vernon when his friends weren’t paying attention. He, in return, stood behind you and placed a hand on your shoulder, rubbing small circles when he knew they weren’t watching either.

“Ugh, no,” Chan, the youngest member whined burying his face into a pillow, “I don’t think I can go another round against you.”

Jeonghan walked up to him and sat on the arm rest next to him, patting his back and running a hadn through his hair, “Would it make you feel better if we went to the kitchen and baked some cookies? I’m sure Mingyu will help you, right Mingyu?”

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random musings #74

Ever wondered why “till” is spelled with double l but “until” has only one? Well, it turns out that till isn’t derived from until. Till is the earlier form, attested as early as 1330. Until is actually derived from till. To me it’s a bit counter-intuitive that the shorter version came before the longer one but there you go. Ain’t life grand!

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10 HÀNH VI CON TRẺ THƯỜNG GẶP 

✵ Dịch tiếng Việt: YES! Kids
✵ Dịch tiếng Anh: George Uglow Pope (1886)
✵ Bản gốc tiếng Tamil: Tirukkural (Lời phát biểu trung thực) được viết bởi nhà thơ Tiruvalluvar từ hơn 5,000 năm trước. Đây 10 câu trong số 1330 câu đối từ cuốn sách này, những lý thuyết khoa học cổ xưa về hành vi của con người, trong đó có nhiều điều đã không hề đổi thay trong môi trường giáo dục và công nghệ hiện đại.

…Manila Would Do” by Keith Rocco

“The 37th Division landed at Lingayan Gulf, on the Philippine Island of Luzon, January 9, 1945, and after almost a month of fighting took part in the assault of Manila, entering the city on the 4th of February. The soldiers of the 37th Infantry Division secured the Old Bilbad Prison freeing 1330 civilian internees and military prisoners of war. They made an assault crossing of the Pasig River, cleared the Paco neighborhood, and reduced the Intramuros fortress. The Japanese fortified buildings with skill and the larger reinforced concrete buildings became major obstacles to the men of the 37th. Casualties mounted. The Japanese held not only the access to the buildings, but also fought from inside the buildings themselves, forcing the 37th to fight not only block by block or building by building, but floor by floor and room by room. This was the kind of fighting that placed a premium on good leadership at squad and platoon levels. Many junior officers and noncommissioned officers led by example. 

“A squad leader in the 148th Infantry was the object of a bayonet charge by six Japanese soldiers who charged from approximately 30 yards away. Sergeant Billy E. Vinson warded off the first Japanese soldier’s bayonet thrust, then dispatched the assault group with one long burst from his Browning Automatic Rifle. He held his forward position until all wounded soldiers in the vicinitiy could be evacuated. After weeks of hard fighting, Manila was secured on the 2nd of March, 1945.”

(National Guard)

TO THE MOON - yang xiao long x reader

r e q u e s t e d
“If you don’t mind a yang X werewolf! Fem! Reader”
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Y/N = your name

◢ ◣◥ ◤ ◢ ◣◥ ◤ ◢ ◣◥ ◤

 Yang sighed in delight as she cuddled more into your side. Both of you currently were laying in Yang’s bunk bed in team RWBY’s dorm. You smiled at you girlfriend.

 Howls suddenly were heard in the distance of the dark evening. Either a pack of beowolves or normal wolves. You shifted uncomfortably, checking out of the window. Yang chuckled, softly poking you in the ribs: "It sure is howly today.”

 "Don’t laugh at me,“ you pouted. "I can’t help it, you’re simply too cute,” the blonde smirked. You shook your head, checking your Scroll for the time. “I should head back,” you said.

 "No!“ the Huntress-in-training whined as she held you in her arms. "Yang, I need to get up early tomorrow,” you reasoned. “… Okay,” she whispered, giving you a small kiss.

 You bid the other girls goodbye before exiting the dorm, Blake giving you a strange look. You release a deep breath once outside, glancing around. You quickly hurried to your team’s dorm.


 Yang rubbed her eyes as she entered the school’s cafeteria. Today was a day-off and the lilac-eyed girl found herself waking up at 6:00 AM out of habit. She was eager to meet you.

 She wasn’t surprise to be alone at the table. Team JNPR was still sleeping as well as Ruby and Weiss. Blake was the only other awake and had gone to the showers.

 Yang was halfway through her meal when someone dropped down in the seat in front of her. It was Coal, one of your teammates. The boy was teasingly smirking and the blonde girl looked at him interrogatively.

 “Had fun with Y/N, last night?” the boy asked, eyebrow raised. “What do you mean?” Yang questioned. “No need to hide it, Y/N told us she had slept at yours,” Coal explained. Yang tilted her head with a fake smile: “Well, we mainly slept.”

 “As if,” the boy snorted. The rest of the breakfast consisted of small talks, Yang being lost in her own thoughts. A frown was slowly forming itself on the blonde’s features.

 If you hadn’t slept at your dorm, nor at Yang’s, where had you passed the night?


 Yang didn’t saw you until dinner. You greeted everyone and sat down beside her, delivering a quick kiss to her cheek. “Hi,” you softly murmured. “Hey, where were you this morning?” the lilac-eyed asked.

 "I couldn’t sleep last night, so I went to the training grounds. Then, I had an appointment with Ozpin this morning about the extra leading class,“ you explained matter-of-factly, taking a bite of your meal.

 "Oh, alright,” Yang’s frown dispersed into a small smile. It still didn’t explain why you lied to your teammates, but she let it go. Maybe you weren’t ready to share that you had problem sleeping.

 Although, the blonde couldn’t shake the feeling of uneasiness in the pit of her stomach.


 You spent the rest of the day with Yang: taking a walk around the school, training together, and watching The Achieve Men.

 When the night actually came, you said goodbye to everyone and left to your dorm. As soon as you reached your team’s habitation, you reached under your bed and took out a bag. It contained your weapon with some ammunition. You strapped it on your back before leaving for the Emerald Forest.

 You hated lying to Yang. It was heart-wrenching. You didn’t want to lie to her. Lately, you had been contemplating telling her the truth. All the truth about yourself.

 You were a werewolf. Yep, like the shapeshifting creatures originally from the Atlesian folklores. Legends of Men transforming into beast to survive against the cold of Solitas were nearly exacts. Unlike what most people thought of those myths, a werewolf, while transformed, looked more like a Beowolf than a normal wolf. Another fact was that you didn’t ripped your clothes while shifting. Honestly, you couldn’t tell exactly were they went, but the point was that you still had them and they were intact. You also add a total control over your actions. You wouldn’t attack anyone in cold blood.

 In addition, a werewolf wouldn’t transform once a month, but instead one whole month per year. It was the month of November, because it was when the moon was at its biggest and brightest, and it had begun one week ago.

 Subtly, you sneaked past Beacon’s perimeter. You continued walking for a while until you reached the Emerald Forest. You walked further into the forest. After a few minutes, you sensed your transformation begins.

 You leaned against a tree nearby. You then felt your bones shifting to adjust to your new form. It was a painful process, which caused you to loudly groan. You suddenly yelped as your jaw shifted. You felt your spine elongate to form your tail. Fur covered your body as boned-armors formed on your shoulders, ribs, face and stomach.

 Seconds later, you were howling to the moon in your werewolf form. You then heard a twig snap behind you.

 Your instincts took over as you bounced on the intruder only to be met with shocked lilac eyes. You immediately recognized Yang with her long blonde hair. “… Y/N?” she whispered in bewilderment.

 You jumped off of her, flinching into yourself with a soft whine. You stared at the girl in horror. This wasn’t supposed to happen like that. She wasn’t supposed to learn about it like this.

 In a span of a second, you panicked and ran off into the woods as fast as you could, completely forgetting your bag. “Y/N!” Yang cried out after you.

 The blonde looked at the forest for some minutes, still shocked from what she had discovered. She suddenly took your bag and ran back towards Beacon. She had never run so fast in all her life. Soon, she bolted in RWBY’s dorm, abruptly waking up its inhabitants. The girl rushed to her desk, taking hold of Ember Celica.

 "Yang, what is it?“ Ruby sleepily asked as Blake got up from her bed. Yang glanced at them as she adjusted her weapon to her wrists: "Y/N is in trouble—I’ll explain everything to you on our way to the Emerald Forest.”


 Yang ran as fast as she could in the long corridors of Beacon. The team, Blake, Ruby and Weiss, was following her closely.

 "Can you at least explain to us what is happening?“ Weiss asked, irritated, as everyone neared the exit of the school.

 "It’s… complicated…” Yang started as her teammates looked at her confusedly, “One week ago, Y/N started sneaking away from Beacon at night… I didn’t really know what to make of it. I may have thought in the beginning that she was cheating on me,"– seeing her comrades’ angry faces, the girl was fast to correct herself – "But that wasn’t it! … I followed her tonight, and I discovered that… Y/N is… Y/N is a werewolf. I saw her change. I think she freaked out and she ran away before I could say anything. She ran off in the Emerald Forest, but she left her bag which had her weapon in it. I think it was to defend herself when she would make her way back in the morning.”

 A silence followed as everyone continued running. “Wow… I wasn’t expecting that,” Ruby commented and the team chuckled.

 The team spent the night searching. It wasn’t until sunrise that Yang found you. You were back to your human form and hunched up in one of the corner of the forest’s temple, trembling and softly crying.

 Yang’s gaze softened as she saw you, and she took you in her arm, gently shushing you. “Y/N… It’s alright. I don’t think any less of you,” the girl comforted you, “The fact that you’re a werewolf changes nothing to what I feel for you.”

 Yang was about to continue when you crashed your lips on hers. “Thank you,” you softly whispered in her ear as you hugged her.

World History: Nefertiti

Neferneferuaten Nefertiti (ca. 1370 – ca. 1330 BC) was an Egyptian queen and the Great Royal Wife of Akhenaten, an Egyptian Pharaoh. Nefertiti and her husband were known for a religious revolution, in which they worshiped one god only, Aten, or the sun disc. Akhenaten and Nefertiti were responsible for the creation of a whole new religion which changed the ways of religion within Egypt. With her husband, she reigned at what was arguably the wealthiest period of Ancient Egyptian history. Some scholars believe that Nefertiti ruled briefly as Neferneferuaten after her husband’s death and before the accession of Tutankhamun, although this identification is a matter of ongoing debate. [x]