Imagine once Jefferson remembers he was the Mad Hatter, he seeks you out because you were once Alice, but you don’t remember Wonderland or him and he’s crushed because he’s in love with you.
——— Request for anon ———
“Alice,” you hear someone call, but continue on your path as they hadn’t called your name. The repetition of it comes louder, more hasty, and with an urgent edge to the otherwise normal day in Storybrooke, “Alice!” Even still, you don’t stray from your routine until he grabs you by the hand, pulling you from your stride to come face-to-face with unfamiliar blue eyes, “Alice, didn’t you hear me?”
“I’m sorry, you’ve mistaken me for someone else,” was he mad, stopping you so forcefully? Pulling yourself gently from the man’s grip, you find yourself unable to keep yourself from thinking that he did happen to look familiar. You must have seen him around town sometime, you decide as you explain, “My name is (Y/N), not Alice.”
He looks much more devastated than you’d expected, a shadow falling over his face as he seems to realize something you don’t. The man’s lips part, and for a moment you suspect he’s about to insist on something, but he thinks the better of it the more he studies your completely confused features. You were sure you’d met him somewhere before. Possibly Granny’s Diner?
Before you can ask for his name, he apologizes, “My mistake.”
He’s walking away as you remember his name is Jefferson.
Hey guys, so it’s past midnight over here and I had a long week. This is probably full of grammatical horrors which will make your eyes bleed and I’m very sorry about that. Plus, I haven’t proofread it so I hope I didn’t write too many stupid things.
I really hope you’ll like it! Don’t hesitate to let me know what you think! Feedback is always appreciated and very encouraging!
You fiddled with the wrapped box in your hand. You were
empty, disbelieving. You knew that it was real, that you couldn’t escape the
reality of the situation, but you could at least try. Feeling empty and
drowning in your pool of denial sounded much better than crying until your eyes
Because of the latest installment of BATIM and Cuphead, quite literally releasing within a day of each other, instead of the cliched “Devil’s Lil Helper” fighting Cuphead for attention?
What if he helps them just to spite a certain gambling demon? Well, that and the casino is only meant to attract the attention of sinners. Cup and Mug aren’t bad kids at all, they are children and often get in trouble from their pranks and playing. So, when they both see the casino, they react much like the boys on Pleasure Island from Pinocchio. They just wanted a single day where they can be as naughty as they both want with no repercussions, or so they thought. The demon we so lovingly called “Jerry The Jerkwad Demon” gave these boys loaded dice with assistance from King Dice (because just look at his stupid smug face) and have of course a few days to get the needed contracts that owe a debt. Basically, having the boys do his dirty work for him where he can claw up to the ranks and get a promotion.
Bendy maybe a soul stealing demon, but kids don’t deserve this fate. He offers a helping hand to them and basically introduces himself fully after comforting these scared babies back at his own pub, and with the help of Alice Angel (because SCREW YOU I STILL SHIP IT) create the special X X X Apple Cider. The boys wanted moonshine but Alice said no. It serves as basically power juice!
BONUS: Bendy’s canon height as a toon is 2′2. Cuphead and Mugman are the size of actual cups. Everything is too big for them. So Bendy carries them and has sorta kinda adopted these rascals much to Alice’s dismay. She loves tea cups and these kids are adorable BUT KIDNAPPING IS *WRONG* BENDY
If Alice can't see wolves or hybrids, then how did she see Jacob and Renesmee at the end of Breaking Dawn? (Sorry if this has been answered before.)
It’s come up a couple of times but it’s certainly something that begs to be asked.
I think–although I don’t have a copy hand to check–it’s addressed in the “Twilight Complete Film Archive” book where they admit that according to the rules in the books Alice shouldn’t really be able to see that (or the fight, for that matter) but for the sake of telling the story they were willing to bend the rules. They thought it was more important to show a happy ending for everyone (or, well, at least Edward, Bella, Renesmee and Jacob) to show them in the future, all together, and even allowed in La Push (and more important to add some action to that confrontation scene, which would, admittedly, be pretty dull translated directly from the book with a bunch of still-as-statue stressed-out vampires talking for twenty minutes) than to stick strictly to canon.
Fans tend to handwave it by saying that powers can get stronger/grow over time and maybe by trying to hard to see Renesmee Alice eventually was able to, but it’s certainly not something that’s explained directly in the movie.
The vision fight is a little easier for me to accept because we’re not seeing it through Alice’s eyes, but Aro’s. So Alice is showing him something and we’re seeing his interpretation of it. I can sort of explain it to myself that maybe what Alice showed him had “holes” and he’s mentally filling them in, or what she showed him was less specific and what we see is actually his imaginings based on whatever bits and pieces or still frames he got from Alice. Still not, you know, ideal, but I can I sort of make ti work in my head.
But that flash-forward really doesn’t make any sense if we stick to the rules of Alice’s visions from the books.
Personally, I would have preferred a flash forward that included at the very least all the Cullens. For example the Cullens, along with Bella (and Renesmee and Jacob), walking into a high school cafeteria and everyone being like “who are they?” as a callback to Bella’s reaction in the first movie.
Alternatively, someone somewhere once suggested it should have ended with a flash forward of the Cullens and the Quileutes playing an epic game of baseball, which also would have been fun and could have given closure to Leah somehow (showing her happy, with or without a partner) and the other wolves (Sam and Emily with a kid, maybe. Billy dawdling Rachel and Paul’s kids on his knee).
Hi. Do you still have your nipple piercings? Did you get both done? I wondered if they heal quickly? Does it feel uncomfortable having them?
I do, and I got them both at the same time (one, because having them unbalanced was unacceptable and two because there was a piercing sale that day). I’ve had lots of people say they had all kinds of trouble healing, and I didn’t. They were pretty much healed in about a month, but those first three days or so reeeeeally sucked (especially as a stomach sleeper). I don’t find them uncomfortable at all, and sometimes completely forget about them; the only thing I had is my hair occasionally getting caught on them.
Genre: fantasy, Alice in Wonderland based!au, based on this oneshot (rewritten)
Summary: With a missing princess, a desperate fiancé, and the craziness of Wonderland, you wondered if you would ever make it back home with your head still on your shoulders.
Joshua sat on the trunk at the end of his bed. His feet were
stretched out and his hands fell down past the trunk’s lid. He kept opening and
closing the latch, the only sound in the room was his soft breathing and the
sound of the latch opening and closing. He stopped momentarily, his fingers
feeling the shape of the latch, and then he started again. His brain buzzed
with various thoughts. You were staying at his mansion. Jeonghan was forcing
you to stay too, so that meant it would be nearly impossible to get you out and
back to your world even if he wanted to.
(I'm kinda ind a horror kind of mood so. An rp where Alice is messed up in the head and murderous maybe like Grindelwald? Also, modern/no powers please?) Alice ran and played around in the backyard. She then became a little board and walked to the side of the house. She moved aside a board of wood that showed an opening underneath the house. Alice pulled out a small shoe boxed and opened it. She took out a small pocket she found and sliced and stabbed the air. -(@alice-baratheon)
Graves didn’t mind Alice playing in the backyard, he could normally see her pretty well if he looked out the window but he did get concerned when he glanced out and couldn’t find her, opening the door to look out and make sure she was still alright, “Alice, you still out here?” @alice-baratheon