and by 'sometimes' i mean almost never

Rick: *jumps out of the portal* “Be careful morty, everyone here except 3 people is horrifically short and nobody knows why.”

Morty: “Gee rick thats- that’s kind of offensive y’know.”

Rick: “Well it’s true morty, besides, they don’t really seem to care. everything is sunshine and rainbows to them… well except this one guy.”

Morty: “Doesn’t that get old? y’know like-like-like sesame street or something? i mean they gotta have some seriousness sometimes.”

Rick: “Yeah its almost just like sesame street morty, they’re puppets and they dont even know it.”

Morty: “What about those 3 other people you were talking about? The normal sized people?”

Rick: “Two of them are obnoxious as fuck morty, they never stop moving, they sing about exercise.”

Morty: “Wh-what about the other one?”

Rick: “He’s an evil genius… or at least thats what he likes to call himself. Oh, here he comes now- ROBBIE ROTTEN! YOU UNHEALTHY BASTARD HOW ARE YOU?”

I’m going to make a post about this because of fucking course ppl have to start drama around yixing , so people are saying lays speech for album of the year was arrogant and petty. What the statement was ill leave you guys find out yourselfs im sure if you come across this post you'vd heard it . In my opinion He’s not arrogant that statement means he hopes exo will stand the test of time He isn’t saying “we can never Be beaten we are the best” he means it in a way that he wants exo to work hard to stay on top. Also He was trying to use a chinese idiom sometimes it doesn’t translate well into English. I understand how people can misunderstand but don’t be so quick to drop yixing because of one statement without trying to understand. I stanned yixing for almost 3 years and I feel yixing isn’t the arrogant or petty type. The rest is up to you guys .

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Almost unrecognisable from her role as the dowdy housekeeper in Downton Abbey, Phyllis Logan is starring in an exotic new medical drama. She talks to Judith Woods about seizing the day and those Downton movie rumours…


‘Obviously I never had a career to speak of before Downton Abbey,’ says Phyllis Logan drily, raising an eyebrow for further effect. ‘I sometimes wonder how on earth did I fill my time?’ It’s not true, of course, but we all know what she means: sometimes a jobbing actress is swept away by a juggernaut of a role that takes her a very long way from where she used to be.

The Downton effect has had an impact on the career of every member of its award-winning ensemble cast. Lily James has starred in the BBC’s War & Peace and the movie Cinderella, Michelle Dockery landed a role as a criminal in the gritty US show Good Behavior, Joanne Froggatt played a serial killer in the ITV series Dark Angel – and now Phyllis is set to star in a new ITV drama series, The Good Karma Hospital.

But it’s her years in service to the Crawley family that have made her a poster girl for ladies of a certain age who refuse to accept that life holds no more adventure. When her doughty but warm-hearted character Mrs Hughes finally found love with the pompous but kindly butler Mr Carson, it struck a blow for midlife love. In those days ‘Mrs’ was an honorific title bestowed on senior female staff, regardless of whether they had ever wed, so Mrs Hughes’s comical angst about whether he would be expecting ‘a full marriage’ struck a chord with any woman over 40 who has ever fretted about going to bed with a new partner.
‘Mrs Hughes was aerated about the sex thing because she probably hadn’t had much experience, but that turned out to be the least of her bloomin’ worries,’ acknowledges Phyllis. ‘God preserve us all from nitpicking middle-aged men who can’t abide change.’

In the phenomenally successful series, which ran for six seasons, Mr Carson (played by Jim Carter) turned out to be irrevocably stuck in his ways – the routines of the big house where he had been serving for many years. Ironically, it was his new wife’s performance in the couple’s kitchen (as opposed to the bedroom) that proved his greatest source of disappointment.

Eventually, with affectionate pragmatism, the pair decided he should eat his meals at the Downton kitchen, cooked by Mrs Patmore, as before. ‘It’s a very identifiable scenario,’ says Phyllis, 61. ‘When a more mature couple makes a life together, each brings certain expectations and baggage and of course there’s always need for compromise, which some men in particular find difficult.

Phyllis, once best known for playing posh totty Lady Jane Felsham in the 1980s and 90s series Lovejoy, was a late starter herself when it came to settling down. She met her husband, Pirates of the Caribbean actor Kevin McNally, in the 1993 miniseries Love and Reason when she was in her late 30s, but they didn’t get round to tying the knot until she was 55. ‘I had always sworn I would never have an actor in the house because they are so much trouble and so vain, but you can’t legislate for Cupid’s bow,’ she says.

When she got together with Kevin, theirs was not a series of careful compromises but a classic coup de foudre. ‘I never thought real love – the sort where your blood tingles and your world explodes with joy – would happen to me at my time of life. I believed I had missed out. But I’m ever so glad it happened.’ A couple of years later, aged 40, she had their son David. He is now 20 and studying music and music production at university in Leeds.

Once upon a time, reaching six decades was a milestone to be dreaded rather than celebrated, but, in well-cut jeans and a flattering floaty top, her burnished hair hanging loose, Phyllis provides incontrovertible proof that though life may not begin at 60, it sure as heck continues at a rip-roaring pace – as long as you have the right attitude towards the rollercoaster.

‘We packed David off to university not so long ago and as we drove back to our house in West London we were listening to the Elaine Paige show on Radio 2,’ recalls Phyllis. ‘She played Peggy Lee singing “The Folks Who Live on the Hill” and as soon as I heard the line “and when the kids grow up and leave us” I burst into absolute floods of tears and spent the rest of the journey splashing about in the passenger seat. But since then I’ve thought a lot about empty nest syndrome and how once your chick flies the coop it gives women the freedom to stretch their own wings once more, too.’

And as fate would have it, Phyllis’s new role in The Good Karma Hospital has allowed her to do just that and will doubtless prove a source of inspiration to a great many female viewers in a similar position. Set in India, the series features another estimable actress, Amanda Redman, 59, who plays an eccentric expat running a ramshackle cottage hospital, which is short on resources and long on compassion.


‘It’s a cross between Holby City and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel but with dark secrets, so it should be right up everybody’s street,’ says Phyllis. ‘I play Maggie Smart, who has come to India for her daughter’s wedding and becomes unwell, so ends up in hospital and falls deeply in love. Not with a man – she already has a husband – but rather with the community, the culture and the way of life. She’s a fascinating character who has such humour and joie de vivre and it was great to play a woman finding herself and connecting with a wider spirituality.’

Phyllis spent months filming the six-part series on location in Sri Lanka. She, too, found herself smitten with the place and the people and at one point Kevin flew over from the US where he is in the cast of the US television series Turn: Washington’s Spies and they managed a 12-day break together. ‘We stayed in a hotel on the beach and it was bliss. The majority of the population are Buddhists and seemed so calm, open and thankful for whatever life gave them; I think we could all learn from them.’

All the same, Phyllis isn’t entirely convinced she believes in karma as a concept. ‘It would be nice to think that if you are a decent human being then eventually things will turn out right,’ she says. ‘But fate can intervene and pull the rug out from under you without warning and there might be nothing you can do.’
It is something she and Kevin can speak of from personal experience. Phyllis’s mother died from a dementia-related illness aged 90, but it was the agonisingly slow decline of Kevin’s mother over many years that proved more devastating. ‘Kev’s mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in her early 60s and from then on his father became her carer and it was so hard for him. She reached the point where she didn’t recognise her own son and was agitated and upset because she had no idea where she was or who she was; that was heartbreaking to witness.’

Phyllis is an ambassador for Dementia UK and does what she can to support the charity’s work. ‘It’s such a cruel disease. I am aware there’s a genetic component so I do brain-training on my phone every day. Will that help stave it off? I have no idea; I think of Iris Murdoch – such a clever woman who dealt with words and complex memories all her life, and yet all those things that made her so creative and unique were taken while she was still alive. Ultimately, all you can do is cross your fingers and make the most of every day.’

Phyllis is certainly doing that. Last year was a veritable Air Miles bonanza; as well as her sojourn in Sri Lanka she went to Sydney for a Downton DVD launch, Los Angeles where the ensemble cast of Downton won yet another Screen Actors Guild Award, and then to New York to receive the prestigious Great Scot Award from the US branch of the National Trust for Scotland (previous recipients include comedian Billy Connolly and actor Alan Cumming). She wore a dress bought in John Lewis embellished for the occasion with a tartan sash and matching ribbon.

‘I’m not interested in fashion,’ Phyllis confides. ‘It’s just not on my radar. Whenever I’m doing a contemporary role, the wardrobe mistress will usually say, “Let’s go to Selfridges and get a personal shopper.” Most women would probably love it, but my face falls because I absolutely hate trying on clothes. One of the things I loved about Downton was the fact I had two outfits and maybe a coat if I got to go into the village; the girls in the Crawley family kept having to go for fittings every time there was a big dinner, which would have driven me mad.’
Logan loves…

Reading Alan Bennett’s Keeping On Keeping On. I love him; my husband Kev played him in the stage version of The Lady in the Van.

Listening to The Today programme on Radio 4 and Classic FM.

Watching I do enjoy a good nature documentary. Planet Earth II was spectacularly good.

Guilty pleasure A whole bag of Kettle Chips with a crisp glass of Picpoul de Pinet.

Beauty product Boots No7 moisturiser; it’s not fancy but it does the job.

Desert island luxury A karaoke machine, stage, lights and all the songs from the 70s. I’ll make a row of coconuts for an audience and there’ll be no stopping me.

The ongoing international popularity of Downton means Phyllis and various other cast members are still asked to appear at events to meet the fans and launch DVDs. She’s often asked about her wigs and whether she kept one; she had three identical hairpieces all of which she affectionately dubbed Elsie.
‘People ask me if I was tempted to take a wig or that big bunch of keys I carried, but that would be theft, because these things aren’t my property,’ says Phyllis emphatically. ‘Besides, if there’s a Downton movie, which I hope will happen, all the props and costumes will be needed.’

Ah yes, the Downton film; rumours still swirl but so far there’s been no confirmation. According to Phyllis it may yet happen if – and it’s a huge if – the cast members can ever be gathered in one place long enough. ‘It’s like herding cats!’ she laughs. ‘We’re all so busy and in different countries, but it would be such fun to get together again. The camaraderie on set was extraordinary.’
Phyllis was in every episode of the family saga. Her husband even appeared in a handful of episodes as Horace Bryant, the stern father of an army major who fraternised with housemaid Ethel (Amy Nuttall), getting her pregnant before he died in action. Horace persuaded her to hand over his grandchild to him, which was brutal but necessary as she had been sacked from Downton in disgrace and had taken to prostitution in order to survive.

‘I was quite miffed that the producer had offered Kev a job without even consulting me,’ laughs Phyllis. ‘I wouldn’t dream of queering his pitch – although I do think I’d be great as Johnny Depp’s mother in a Pirates of the Caribbean film [in which Kevin plays Joshamee Gibbs]. And every lad needs a cuddle from his mother now, doesn’t he?’ Her eyes glitter with the sort of mischief Mrs Hughes would most certainly not approve of, but now Phyllis has emerged from the shadow of her fictional alter ego, she is keen to push boundaries.


Last summer she resolved to challenge herself by taking on a theatre role in a dazzling touring production of Noël Coward’s Present Laughter, alongside Samuel West. ‘The prospect of going back on stage was a bit frightening, but that is exactly why I embraced it,’ she says. ‘I can be a bit of a scaredy-cat so I have to push myself and I was so very glad I did. It took me right back to my early days as an actress: booking my own digs, sitting on the seafront on my day off eating fish and chips. I also got to see fascinating places such as Canterbury, Cambridge and Brighton.’

Seeing the world – be it near or far – is something she gently urges all women to do once the kids have left. ‘Travel does broaden the mind and fill the senses,’ she says. ‘It gives you a new perspective and there are so many beautiful regions in Britain that I can think of no better way to spend time than exploring them because you’re a long time dead – so carpe diem, ladies!’
The Good Karma Hospital will be on ITV next month. Phyllis is an ambassador for Dementia UK and is supporting its campaign timeforacuppa.org

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IT’S DONE!!!! And what do you mean this never happened?! I’m pretty sure this happened!

And first there was supposed to be only Mullet Stan but because people (especially @devilxlord ) wanted Ford too, I also made Ford gif. I really need to apologize to devil because of this!

“ I’ll do those short small gifs sometimes but my sometimes is maybe once a year.” *1 month later* This is my 3. GF animation work…. I’m almost as bad a liar as Stan.

But hope you like it~ <3 I worked Stan over 2 weeks and Ford…. 2 days. >w<’

Put A Spell On Me

Dean/Seamus

Summary: Dean wants to try the tickling charm on Seamus. Good thing he’s not ticklish, right?

A/N: Since I have a reputation of being the first one to post my Squealing Santa fic I decided to write one of @calmturquoise‘s prompts while we await our own prompts. I’ve been meaning to write for this pairing for ages, but never got around to it, so when I saw that calm had included a prompt I was like MINE. I hope you like it!

Words: 1 128

Dean would sometimes get overwhelmed by the countless of spells they had to learn, and all in just the few years they would be at Hogwarts. Really, you’d think they’d get some more time to memorize everything. He had started becoming a panicked mess about it only a few months into their first year, but fortunately he and Seamus came up with a solution almost immediately. It has definitely made the rest of the years easier.

“Can I try this spell on you?” Seamus had asked, his 11 year old eyes wide with wonder.

“Why would you try it on me?”

“To see how it works.”

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REVIEW

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SHIT


this is a good movie.

Okay.

First, Benedict. (First, last and always, we start with Benedict.) I know I should just talk about the performance, but never has he been this beautiful. I’m so serious. How the hell did they do that?  Whenever Amazon delivers this thing to me, I’m going to have to screencap the whole damned movie.

It’s almost too distracting, you’re just so mesmerized by him you can end up missing the dialogue. Of course, this means you have to see it multiple times, so I’m sure he’s only being this beautiful out of a profit motive.

Performance. I dunno, is there something he was in sometime when he wasn’t perfect?  Like a lot of these films written by fanboys who got stuck at the age of 12, the dialogue in some spots really could be so much better. They have the greatest actor on the fucking planet, get someone to write for him. But - here’s the thing - I am almost pathological about people not talking in movies. I exclaimed out loud twice before I put my hand over my mouth to watch. It wasn’t a big special effect or surprise villain materializing, it was the great Cumberbatch as Strange saying something. A single short sentence. It’s like “Bite it.” He just punches you in the heart. 

(I won’t tell you the lines, pretty sure you’ll know.)

Other actors

I actually wasn’t as impressed with Swinton as I expected to be in this. Sigourney Weaver she’s not, and we needed someone that strong in scenes with Benedict, IMO. But maybe you’ll love her. Maybe I will tomorrow when I see it.  Maybe I was too busy staring at Strange.

Benedict Wong is the big surprise of this film for me. I’m glad they didn’t feature him too much in the trailers so you’ll have the pleasure of discovering his character. He and Ben play perfectly off one another.  This is an actor with the presence and skill to stand up to the Cumberbatch Effect. I really hope he has a significant sidekick kind of position in the new films. The man is a joy to watch.

The rest of the cast is unremarkably excellent. Really fine actors you can count on for terrific performances.

THE MOVIE - STORY - SPECIAL EFFECTS

The great thing about this film is, it just gets better and better as you watch it.  No act 2 slump, no getting bogged down in endless action sequences. The story and characters evolve organically. Very nice timing.

I personally find most battle and chase sequences bore the shit out of me. These are pretty good. Not too long, the magic mixed with the slugfest, the special effects not overwhelming as I was afraid they might be, but cleverly integrated into the action between the characters.

IF YOU ARE NOT A COMIC READER

All superheroes have the same issue: they are so powerful they have to be hobbled somehow to make a bit of dramatic tension. They need to be beatable to make the struggle dramatic. Hence, kryptonite. They also have tools, and after you understand the tools, you are asking wait - why didn’t he just call the batmobile to run them over? - or whatever.  Comic fans learn to suspend their disbelief and go with it. There’s only one thing in this that might trigger that response. It’s okay, you’ll figure it out at the end or on the way home, so if you have those thoughts, push them aside.

FINALLY - TAKE THIS ADVICE

Stay through the credits.  Not just the first part where you think you found the special thing, stay all the way to the very end. Trust me.

He’s at least 5x as beautiful in the film as he is in this picture. Or any picture. It’s …. just go see.

i hate it so much how your bullies makes you ashamed of your interests and your favourite things that you learn to never talk about them, never wanting to tell people that you like a certain thing, making you almost hate your interests and yourself for liking them. i hate how years afterwards you still get that feeling sometimes like “uhh I shouldn’t like this thing, I should be ashamed of it” even if there’s NOTHING to be embarrassed about? it might be something that others have no problem with liking and they’re totally owning it, and there you are feeling like a loser for being into the exact same thing. learning to be proud about yourself and your favourite interests is fucking hard.

What Are You Afraid Of?

You want to write, but something is holding you back. It’s fear and perfectionism. You cringe when you see how bad the words are that you come up with on a first draft and so you delay, imagining that somehow your brain will get smart enough in the meantime to do a better job of finding the right words in this subconscious delay.

Guess what? This almost never happens.

I know a few writers who have first drafts that are nearly pitch perfect in terms of beautifully crafted sentences. But their plots need work. And I know writers whose plots are great, but who have pedestrian prose to work on. But most of the time, we all have to work on everything.

Sometimes that means throwing out whole paragraphs and chapters. Sometimes that means throwing out the whole draft and starting over again with all new words, with just an idea of what this is supposed to be. Sometimes it means piecing together painfully the bits and pieces that are just right and finding the parts that should hold them together more securely (honestly, this is the hardest way to rewrite for me—and the most frequent).

The problem in my experience with trying to get your subconscious to get better words on the page in a first draft is that there are unintended consequences, the worst of them being that what the subconscious hears (like an eager but easily hurt two-year old) is “No!” And so instead of trying harder, it often just runs away to hide and wait until it’s safe to come out again—maybe in your dreams or in some other form. The subconscious is a delicate, fragile thing. If you scold it, bad things often happen. Like not having any more ideas at all. Like writer’s block.

Your subconscious works best when it is encouraged, no matter how badly those first words come out. Once it trusts you, it will begin to try even wilder ideas on you. You won’t have time to write all the ideas down, only the best ones. But that’s OK, because you’re eager for all of them and you’ll have choice now instead of feeling idea-constipated.

I think it’s best to think of your job as a writer in two parts (not including stuff about the business here). You’re an idea generator, which is mostly the work of your subconscious except for your fingers that write this stuff down. But you’re also an editor, who shapes the ideas and decides which ones are best and which ones aren’t ready for public viewing yet. Don’t get these two parts of your job confused. When you’re in drafting mode, you’re not ready for editor yet.

Be nice to your subconscious and it will do great things for you!

jackymedan  asked:

Napoleon, is that brown leather jacket we've seen both you and Illya wear originally yours (since it technically fits you better) or did you buy it together or is it Illya's after all? Also: do you share any other items of clothing besides the jacket :))?

You mean this one?  Yes, it’s mine. Illya does… wear my clothes sometimes, but almost never when he goes out. I don’t wear his, because we have pretty specific tastes and his clothes don’t exactly fit me…

I’m wicked smart. They’ve always said that. My grades have never been stellar, but I have this ability to find the quickest, most effective path between two points and do exactly what’s necessary to take it. Really, I’m not into overachieving. Sometimes it means pushing myself, but usually it just means being deliberate in my actions. It’s weird. A lot of people perceive my actions as unstructured or random, but they really, truly are not. I meander, but I do so with purpose. I never did my homework because I realized that I didn’t need to. That I didn’t need straight As to get where I wanted to go. It just wasn’t necessary, so I didn’t strain myself. And for what it’s worth, I’ve almost always been right.

My demons are pretty.
They have the cutest freckles and shiny hair. They’re small and dainty, almost like fairies. They glisten and glimmer and they cry moonlight.
But they’re poison. The poison I’m drinking is sweet. So sweet I don’t think it’s poison, but every sip slowly intoxicates me even more.
I like my demons. They call me beautiful sometimes and I suddenly forget how mean they can be. They apologise over and over again and flash me a film-star smile and say they’ll never stab me with their grass-blade knives again.
But they do.
They’ll never stop.
Even though they look like fairies and even though they cry moonlight, they are my demons. They exist to hurt me.
—  even the worst things have things to love in them
Dating Stiles Would Include.
  • ● "You know Stiles you look pretty cute when your stuffing your mouth with curly fries."
  • "Shupht oopp, mm-k!"
  • "Sorry what was that, I don't speak chipmunk."
  • ● "I just don't get it okay, I don't get the case!'
  • "Stiles chill! Sherlock Holmes always says that once all logical scenarios have been eliminated whatever is left must be it, or something like that."
  • ● "Stiles Stilinki if you don't wake up right this instant,  I will literally never kiss you again!"
  • "I'm up!"
  • ● "Hey can I borrow a funnel?"
  • "Yeah, take the red and blue one; it looks good on you."
  • ●"Stiles always makes me the little spoon Malia, I mean it's cute and all but sometimes I just wanna be the big spoon."
  • ●"From now on we always tell the other if they were almost eaten or killed by a supernatural being."
  • "Unless you're already digested or dead."
  • "Right, I think you're missing the point Y/N."
  • ●"Scott will hate me, Y/N."
  • "No he won't Stiles, you're his bestfriend, his brother you're are his pack memeber. Chances are you're gonna fight but that's what happens in a relationship, Stiles it's natural."
  • ●"Stiles, what was your mom like."
  • "Were do I start."
  • "It's okay you don't have to tell me. "
  • "No I want to. "
  • ●"Call me okay? Call me when you get into the car, when you're half way there when you get there, when you're leaving when you're half way back home and when you get home, got it?"
  • "Yes Stiles, I will call you."
  • "Y/N he does know he's coming too, right?"
  • "Yes Lydia Stiles does in fact know, he just doesn't care."
  • ●"You have to watch Star wars, there is no opinion actually.  We're watching Star Wars!"
  • "Okay Stiles, I'll get the popcorn and soda."
  • ●"I'm not going to math."
  • "Yes you are."
  • "No I'm not."
  • "Yes you are, you need math Y/N."
  • "No, I don't, what I need is love and food."
  • "That's great, we're still going to math."
  • ●"I say we-."
  • "No Stiles we are duct taping Liam to the back of the jeep!"
B.A.P Fic Masterlist

Decided to do this cause why not.

Completed

DaeJong

I’ve Committed A Crime…  [drabble]

Daehyun’s day had been going according to the norm.  School, cafe, cheesecake and food.  He just wasn’t expecting the intrudier in his apartment.


BangHim

Thank You For Breathing [angst]

It sometimes take almost losing someone to realize just how much they mean to you. 


All I Need Is Your Loving [smut] [M]

Yongguk likes to relax and forget all his troubles while taking a long hot shower.  Himchan however has other things in mind. 


Coffee Shop Rapper [romance/smut] [M]

Himchan never thought of himself as the type to be obsessed over someone.  That wasn’t until he laid his eyes on a certain underground rapper.  That was when he became an obsessed fanboy.


Americano (Coffee Shop Rapper sequel) [romance/smut] [M]

Yongguk never believed in fate until his eyes fell on a raven haired beauty.  Since he laid eyes on the beauty his life revolved around the boy and became one of a secret admirer.  He was a victim of ‘love at first sight’.  Living for the daily glances of the beauty but he never once had the courage to say anything to him.  But his love soon turns into pain when he finds out that his raven haired beauty is in a relationship.  As much as he tries to forget about him, fate has different plans of her own.  


Give In [angst/smut/werewolf] [M]

Himchan just wished that he could live a normal life as a Beta instead of one as an Omega.  Being an Omega was nothing but a burden for him.  It was a curse.  He had to live hidden away from other packs and could never mate with anyone, not even with the one person he loved.  But lately his body has been wanting a mate more than ever.   


Pooh, Tigger & Rabbit [fluff]

The last two years for Himchan and Yongguk were bizarre to say the least.  They became parents within months of meeting one another.  The year and seven months after they first met, they were celebrating the first birthday of their son.  Yongguk had a present for both his son and for Himchan that would take their relationship to the next level.


On Your Knees [smut] [M]

Day in and day out, Yongguk was busy being B.A.P’s leader.  He had 5 other souls looking up to him for guidance.  He didn’t mind being in charge.  He liked being in control, whether it was in the group or in the privacy of his and Himchan’s bedroom.  But once in a while, he loves losing control to his boyfriend.  To submit to whatever Himchan’s naughty mind wanted.  And right now, it was on his knees, naked with his hands cuffed behind him looking up at the devilish smirk on Himchan’s face.


Tigger Chan [smut/drabble] [M]

Himchan knew he had made a mistake when he promised his boyfriend of 5 years that he would cosplay as whatever he wanted for his birthday.  He should have seen this coming.  Yongguk was predictable sometimes but Himchan promised before he realized what he had promised. 


Rainy Day [smut/fluff] [M]

This wasn’t exactly the way Yongguk and Himchan expected to spend their Saturday but what else were they to do when the rain decided to spoil their plans?  Although they couldn’t complain about their sudden change of plans.  Spending the entire day with each other cooped up in their small apartment; sleeping, making love, reading, making love, watching television, making love.  What better way to enjoy a rainy day in their opinion.


The Boss [smut] [M]

It was supposed to be a causal thing, nothing serious between them.  It couldn’t be.  It was taboo for them to be together, the boss and the assistant.  Himchan didn’t want to be seen as someone who was sleeping his way to the top because that’s not what he was doing.  He worked hard for that he wanted and that’s why this was a secret to all.  Their causal relationship is suposed to be a secret with no emotions.  At least they tried not to let emotions become involved.


Coffee Prince [fluff/coffee shop au]

Himchan’s life was great; his dream of being a professional musician came true, he had a great group of friends, and a comfortable life. But something always felt like it was missing. When a new cafe opens up in the neighborhood, Himchan quickly finds himself drawn to the cafe’s owner Yongguk. As a new friendship forms between Himchan and Yongguk, Himchan can’t quite shake the feeling that there might be something more to their relationship.

On-Going

DaeJae

Your Shining Light [angst/romance] [M]

Daehyun knew his life would change when him and his family moved from Busan to Seoul.  He just wasn’t expecting to save a boy’s life on his first night in Seoul.  Youngjae’s life isn’t one that he’d wish on his enemy.  Sure he’s smart but that doesn’t stop his parents from pushing him to be the best in his class everyday.  His school life isn’t better with the constant bullying.  

There lives both change after being on the rooftop one summer night.  


BangHim/DaeJae/JongLo

The Awakening [smut/vampire/werewolf/supernatural] [M]

For centuries the vampire race has been ruled by the Kim family. Their peaceful reign however didn’t last for too long. A once exiled clan has returned to dethrone the Kim family. Their target is the sole heir to the crown, the prince who has been in hiding for 15 years. With the prince dead they will be able to take the crown and rule over the vampires.

Himchan has lived his life constantly sick but he was happy living in the small house with his mother, father and little brother. There is just one thing that always bothered him. He felt that something was being kept from him, something that was big enough to change his life.  He felt as if his happy life was a lie.  His 21st birthday was a day he would never forget.  His entire life would change when he meets a mysterious boy his age named Yongguk.



BangHim

Life As We Know It [drabble/fluff/slice of life/parenthood]

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes 4 babies?  Yongguk and Himchan always wanted a big family.  They couldn’t be happier with their 4 bundles of joy.  From their first born to their fourth born, everyday was something new and unexpected. 


Sea of Love [fluff/romcom/merman]

When Yongguk decided to go back home to the small island he grew up on, it was to relax and get away from the hectic life he has in Seoul. His plan was to stay in his childhood home for a week then back to his life in the big city but all that changed the day his nearly drowned while swimming in the sea. He would learn that the ocean was filled of mysterious creatures when one of them saved his life, a merman.

Himchan was one of a kind. The beautiful merman had spent most of his life alone swimming the ocean. He never dared to venture so close to land in fear of getting caught by the mysterious land creatures until he spots one of them being dragged into the rough waters of the sea.

Curiosity would bring Himchan and Yongguk together but for how long?

Kylux | Mortician-Six Feet Under au Aesthetic


“You don’t really believe in God, do you?” Hux asked.

“Well yeah,” answered Ben, shrugging. “I mean, I don’t believe in a bearded little old man up in a cloud but I believe in something. Some sort of undefinable creative force.”

“I think it’s all just totally random,” said Hux.

“Really?”

“Yeah. We live, we die. Ultimately, nothing means anything,” said Hux almost nonchalantly.

“How can you live like that?” asked Ben.

“I don’t know. Sometimes I wake up so fucking empty that I wish I’d never been born, but what choice do I have?”

anonymous asked:

Do you ever wonder how many of your anon asks were sent by the same person? Cause I haha have been sending you asks almost everyday since I started a week ago. I'm too anxious to show myself so I'm always anonymous. You deserve the recognition not only for your voice but also for your kindness, humility and humor lol. I'm so glad I've stumbled on this blog a few months ago. Love you dear.

I often wonder that. I have a lot of messages that I can’t get to, and sometimes you can tell by writing style if someone is sending a lot of messages. Why be anxious? I mean I get it, but I’m never going to judge someone for what they say. I’ve had people tell me they get off to my audios, and I was nothing if not flattered by it. 


Thank you so much, you absolutely wonderful anon <3 Feel free to say hi anytime you want <3

daddys--littlekitty  asked:

So I've been with my daddy for almost a year now and he's now all of sudden he's starting to be mean to me and he ignores me for video games. Idk what to do anymore 😔😔😔😔

I suggest talking to him about it. Sometimes Daddies forget that we need to be lovey. Maybe he is going through something right now and hasn’t talked about it. Talk to him and explain your side of things and how you feel, and ask him if there is a reason for the change. You never know, it could just be stress. 

Headcanon dump for the sexual/romantic orientations of DGM characters!

Allen is pansexual. If asked he will blame this on Cross. Cross will accept this blame gleefully.

Kanda is demisexual. Coupled with his charming personality, very few people get close enough for him to be attracted to them; a lot of people think he’s aroace. A couple know better.

Lavi is bisexual. He’s more likely to get crushes on boys but more likely to be sexually attracted to girls.

Lenalee is aromantic and heterosexual. Komui wails about this sometimes, but he doesn’t really mean it. But he does fret.

Alma is a heterosexual trans woman. She likes to flirt indiscriminately though.

Link is gay, through and through. I’m not really seeing anything else. He tends to keep very quiet about it, though.

Miranda is demisexual. Often she doesn’t notice, at first, that she’s developed a crush, and the realization almost always comes to her slowly. She never minds.

Krory is demiromantic asexual, but easily flustered and vulnerable to flirting anyway. It makes him a bit of an easy target.

Marie is bisexual. He’s usually very self-aware about these things, more in-tune with himself than most.

Pairing: Clint Barton & Reader Drabble

Warnings: NSFW. Language. Minor Smut.

Authors Note: Hey—I am feeling good and on a roll lately. Let’s hope this lasts. Send in requests, guys! They are open. Anyway, here is another drabble.

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“You look so fucking good.” Clint whispered in her ear, one hand holding hers and the other resting on her hip. She laughed at his words, glad to be enjoying a normal night out with her boyfriend. It was hard dating an Avenger. Before that, Clint had been an agent for S.H.I.E.L.D, basically meaning that Y/N almost never saw him and that he was gone for weeks at a time, sometimes with no contact. It was near impossible for her, and it almost ruined the relationship she shared with him. It wore her down, and there were times she just wanted to walk away. In the end, she stayed and their relationship grew from it. The breaking points healed, and much stronger. It was a lot of work, but patience, time and love had led them here, and here was a good place to be.

“You look handsome as well. I like you in a suit.” She spoke and he raised an eyebrow. She knew that mischievous look in his eye quite well. “A real suit, Barton. Not that one you run around the world in with a bow and arrows.” He shot her a look, causing her to smile at him. It happened rarely, but sometimes Y/N was able to beat him to the punch.

“Don’t get used to it, Babe. I’m more into my bow and arrows than a tie.”

“Trust me, Barton, I know. I’ve been invited to plenty of weddings and this is the only one you’ve ever been able to make it as my plus one.” She wasn’t mad. Maybe at one point in their relationship she would have been, but she understood now.

“Right, work. I really dropped the call on my schedule for today.” He joked and Y/N lightly stomped on his foot. “Hey” He said, twirling her around the dance floor. Never in her wildest dreams did she imagine dancing with Hawkeye at a wedding reception. “What I meant was that I have the most amazing, understanding, patient and sexiest girlfriend.”  She laughed at his words as he leaned forward to capture her lips with his in a soft kiss.

“That’s better.” She said and he laughed. As of late things had been good, almost like it was easy for them. She knew the truth, but it felt so natural. Being with him did come naturally to her, just like breathing.

“You really are absolutely the sexiest.” He joked leaning in as he captured her lips with his. She relaxed against him, returning his kiss fully. “After these years I still want you all the time.” His voice dropped on those last three words. She raised her eyebrow at him.

“Like against a bathroom stall at a wedding?” She teased, whispering those words in his ear. She heard him groan.

“Fuck yes.” His fingers now dug into her hip. She nodded her head slightly. She had never had sex in such a public place, but the thought was thrilling. He led her off the dance floor, pulling her behind him as he headed towards the bathroom. He checked the stalls to make sure nobody else was in there with them.

Once they were in the clear, he pushed her back against an abandoned stall and locked the door behind them. His mouth was against hers, claiming dominance of the kiss in a matter of moments. Her hands made quick work of his buttons, unbuttoning his shirt and pulling it open, just to run her fingers over his bare skin. His hand moved to her thigh, gently grabbing the skin there.

“This dress is incredible.” He whispered as he bit down on her earlobe, causing a loud gasp to leave her mouth. “It’s going to look even better on our bedroom floor tonight.” He commented as he pulled it up, leaving her exposed in her red underwear. He grinned as he ran his fingers over the lace of her panties, causing her to moan out.

He bent down slightly, pulling the panties down her leg before sticking them in his pocket. He looked at her for a moment, before taking the tie off his mouth.

“Open your mouth.” He whispered.

“Why?”

“Just do what you are told to for once, Babe.” He said, a small grin playing at the corner of his mouth. She nodded, opening her mouth slightly. He grinned as he gently shoved the tie in her mouth, despite the look on her face.

“Cffn?” She mumbled around the fabric. He chuckled for a moment before bending back down, spreading her thighs. He moved one of her legs so it was over his shoulder. He parted her, blowing against her heated flesh.

“Didn’t want someone walking in. I needed to make sure you weren’t too loud.” He said shooting her a wink before his tongue swiped up, licking her and savoring the taste. “You tend to make a lot of noise when you come, Babe, and I plan on making you come…” He said before gently taking her clit between his teeth. “Several times.”