I promised your mom to make sure you didn't do anything stupid tonight - HiJack
(*frowns* Sure. Take the two motherless boys and make the mom-request. fuckValkaFUCKHER. Oh well. Headcanons are bliss)
Hiccup was trying very hard to concentrate on his work. He was failing.
But it was absolutely not his fault. Because his boyfriend was in the lab and his boyfriend preferred to wear skin-tight leather-pants. So wildly distracting. Those lean legs, that perky, round ass…
“Hi–ics. Concentrate on us, not on your boyfriend”, groaned Hiccup’s little brother.
Hiccup blushed and turned to look sheepishly at Hiro. While Hiro looked completely frustrated, Tadashi next to him looked amused. Hiccup offered them both an apologetic look. He loved his step-brothers a lot and he loved tinkering with them, coming up with new genius ideas and building robots.
“Why is your boyfriend here anyway?”, asked Tadashi curiously.
That, Hiccup wondered too but didn’t question. Jack was the adopted son of their new favorite teacher at the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology Nick St. North, who had come to replace Professor Callaghan. Hiccup had first seen Jack when Jack had come to class to bring Nick his forgotten lunch and the moment Hiccup laid eyes on him, he was a goner.
“I promised your mom to make you didn’t do anything stupid tonight”, chimed Jack with a broad grin, resting his chin on Hiccup’s shoulder so he could kiss his boyfriend’s cheek. “No saving the city as superheroes, no exploding anything with a ridiculous new experiment. Just… being home in time for Cass’ home-cooked dinner.”
All three Haddock-Hamada boys looked put out by this. Exploding things and saving the city were the fun parts. Jack rolled his eyes and kissed Hiccup properly.
Sometimes I forget that there was a Scooby-Doo movie starring Wendy Corduroy, Mr. Bean, Isla Fisher and Buffy the Vampire Slayer along with several legitimate martial artists and pro wrestlers, created solely because the scriptwriter (Who would later direct Guardians of the Galaxy) hated Scrappy-Doo and wanted everyone else to hate him too.
Kraglin being the nice, polite Ravager he is, asks Nebula what she’s going to spend her cut of the bounty on, expecting an equally polite reply, and instead got the most terrifying conversation he ever had in his life