i wanna hear that idea about sugar baby brendon and politician spencer
okay it was mostly like Spencer being a successful, pretty well known politician and by the time he’s 35-40, maybe he’s a Vice President nominee??? idk much about politics and anyways he has a “wife” and they’re only married for appearances bc she also has a fairly high profile career in law and they’ve been friends since law school and she has an omega girlfriend which is frowned upon and Spencer used to have an alpha boyfriend but they’ve long since broken up but he still acts as his friend’s (I’m saying Linda) beard and to the whole country they’re married but Brendon’s a 21-22 year old omega who is an intern on Spencer’s campaign (and whoever is running for president) and he ends up having to deliver something to Spencer’s office and Spencer’s immediately taken with the charming and charismatic young man and Brendon quickly gets promoted to Spencer’s personal assistant and it leads to them fucking and Brendon’s so good and sweet and calls him daddy in bed and Spencer’s in seventh heaven for awhile until like the presidential hopeful becomes the presidential candidate and Spencer’s officially chosen as the vp candidate and he has to be so careful about his time with Brendon bc it’ll destroy everything if the press suspect Spencer is cheating on his wife but like one time Spencer’s at a thing and Brendon called in sick but about halfway through the event, Spencer gets a call on his private cell phone and it’s Brendon whimpering and crying, “daddy, come home” bc he’s in heat and Spencer’s heart leaps into his throat and he has to arrange for some of his trusted people to bring Brendon to the hotel Spencer is staying at but it’s a drive of several hours and Spencer can’t concentrate for the rest of the function and is worrying about his baby and he gets back to the hotel and is coming towards the entrance just as the limo Spencer sent for Brendon pulls up in front of the hotel and it’s so risky but Spencer all but runs to the car and yanks the door open and slides inside and Brendon’s in the backseat deep into his heat and he’s acting like a caged animal until Spencer gets in the car and he just whips around wildly and cries “daddy!” as Spencer’s pulling the door shut and he’s desperately clawing at Spencer and trying to climb all over him and Spencer’s trying to soothe him
And then one student said that happiness is what happens when you go to bed on the hottest night of the summer, a night so hot you can’t even wear a tee-shirt and you sleep on top of the sheets instead of under them, although try to sleep is probably more accurate. And then at some point late, late, late at night, say just a bit before dawn, the heat finally breaks and the night turns into cool and when you briefly wake up, you notice that you’re almost chilly, and in your groggy, half-consciousness, you reach over and pull the sheet around you and just that flimsy sheet makes it warm enough and you drift back off into a deep sleep. And it’s that reaching, that gesture, that reflex we have to pull what’s warm - whether it’s something or someone - toward us, that feeling we get when we do that, that feeling of being sad in the world and ready for sleep, that’s happiness.
Paul Schmidtberger, Design Flaws of the Human Condition
The Japanese invented an armpit fan
that attaches to your shirt sleeve and
blows cool air up your sleeve all day
long. It runs on batteries or can be
plugged in any time your pits are
near a USB adapter. Source
Congratulations, planet Earth: Last month was the hottest month ever recorded, according to NASA. And that means 2016 is a shoo-in for hottest year on record, beating 2015 and 2014 before it, revealing a devastating pattern. And the reason for all the record breaking is a combination of global warming and another natural phenomenon.
We just lived through the hottest August on record, in the hottest summer on record, during the hottest 11 months on record, according to a report released by NASA Monday. NASA began recording global temperatures in 1880, which means this is the hottest its been in at least 136 years. While the increases in temperature may seem incremental, the cumulative effect can have devastating effects.