ooc. WOW OK HOLY SHIT THOUGH… 1.4k is honestly an ENORMOUS number and i’m honestly so flabbergasted that i’ve been able to even touch it. that’s more than i ever hoped for or anticipated, and i can’t believe i’ve been able to come this far and that i’ve managed to keep this blog up for so long. it’s been over 2 years now! i’ve had so many fun experiences role playing as hinata, especially more so when i began to branch out to other fandoms! it’s been more fun than when hidan was my main muse lmao. i’m so glad i’ve had the chance to write with so many different people, and i’m so glad i do a lot of crossovers because a lot of the great aus i’ve developed ( or i’m starting to develop ) have come to be thanks to that. tbh i’ve tried so many times to drop the naruto fandom BC IT’S SO SHIT but i just can’t seem to let hinata go bc i have so much fun interacting with so many incredible people with unique muses. jUST….. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR GIVING MY BLOG SO MUCH LOVE OK and interacting with me and holy shit thANK U……. im cr yin…….
anyways ok i’ve been sappy for a good while now lmAO LET’S JUST GET TO THE GOODIES. MAN I LOVE Y’ALL SO MUCH RIP…….. ALSO P.S IM SO SORRY IF I FORGOT YOU AND YOU SHOULDDEFINITELY BE ON HERE RIP……
I feel like Steve and Bucky would definitely be in the same house because let's be real, B comes before R in the alphabet and Steve Rogers would not let the sorting hat separate him from his best friend.
EXCEPT Steve would have made friends on the ride to Hogwarts and maybe Bucky would have been reassuring him the whole time that even if they aren’t in the same house, “I’m with you till the end of the line, pal”, and then Steve watches Bucky get in Hufflepuff and he smiles, and waits for his turn without any trepidation, and without actually wanting to be anywhere but where he’s supposed to be.
And when the Sorting Hat yells “SLYTHERIN”, Bucky claps with the Slytherins too, and when Steve passes him by to join his table, all pink and embarrassed, Bucky elbows his fellow Huffies (who he prolly befriended on the train, too) to stand with him and do the same, and since Huffies are nice like that ofc they all do, cus they must be the only ones who don’t care about house rivalries.
The clapping for Steve lasts the longest even though he’s no one special, just because both houses get into a clapping contest – until McGonagall looses her shit.
Steve and Bucky in different houses but STILL the bestest of friends suits me a hella better ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
When i was young i used to have to wait for my dad to go get me. I was, usually the last out. I got to know the janitors very well. I also was the first to get to school. I didnt go or leave school on my own until 10th or 9th grade. My dad works very hard
Margaret was only seven when she was first stung. It was the only time she could remember being in a hospital. Her entire face was swollen, and she was having trouble breathing. She woke up a day later in the hospital, and since that day she had been afraid of bees.
Margaret was a junior in college the second time she was stung. She was walking alone in the park on a warm summer’s morning. She leaned down to look at a lone rose along the side of the path, pulling up the camera app on her phone. While she was taking pictures, a small honey bee crawled up over the rim of the rose. Startled, she took a step back, but quickly regained her senses and went back to taking pictures as the bee took off. She moved to another set of flowers, a small collection of orchids. She was bothered by a small itch on her neck, which she quickly scratched, returning to her work. The itch reappeared, this time directly underneath her right ear. She swatted at it. A small but angry buzz responded. Realizing what she had done, she made a dash for her car. Not before making it 20 feet, a hot pain, not unlike a doctor’s needle plunged into her shoulder blade. Halfway to her car, her breath became short, and difficult. She started wheezing, and she could feel her throat closing up. She dials 91- but was interrupted by the taste of mud, and the hard ground against her face. She is too tired to get up. She finishes dialing, and passes out.
A small honey bee floats gently to the ground, settling into it’s final resting place, most of it’s abdomen missing. 4 minutes pass. A paramedic’s shoe crushes the bee’s small body.