warnings: drugs, pills, strong language, death is strong, more
talking than what I usually write, very long for show, girl’s savage, neck
You slammed your fist on the wheel as you glanced on the gas
meter—it was empty. You grabbed your backpack and pulled out a button-down
shirt to rip off a solid button. You placed the button in your mouth to prevent
your throat from drying. You threw all the other unnecessary things away to
lighten your luggage. Kicking the door open, and dragging yourself out under the
sun. You glanced at the deserted road every minute for a vehicle to appear,
desperate to live and get out the desert.
You kept walking beside the road until you get to finally
see the city, but your legs stopped wholly. You were standing there still in
your place, tears streaming down your face and a voice screaming and shouting
inside your head. You dropped to the ground while your eyes were open, but
everything seemed so distant.
You watched as a car passed, a weak smile on your lips;
although, you believed they only passed by without noticing you. You heard it
stop, your senses died down, yet your eyes were still open. You saw a pair of
shoes halt in front of you before the person lowered himself to look at you.
You managed to say, “I can’t move.”
You felt the man slide his arms under your body and lifted
you up to his chest, you were gently seated on the passenger’s seat of his
automobile. He lifted your chin up to him and parted your lips to fish out the
button you were sucking on. He placed a plastic bottle between your lips before
saying, “It’s just water.”
After you finished the whole bottle to his surprise, he
questioned, “Where did you learn this?”
You answered weakly, “The Cube.”
He raised his brow before you added, “It’s a movie.”
“Got it,” he said. He looked back at you confused once again
asking, “How the hell did you end up here?”
“My car was running out of fuel, so it stopped a few
kilometres from here. It’s black, a Chevrolet brand, and the right side mirror’s
missing. A gang was trailing behind me, so I rushed here.” It took you a minute
to realize the situation, the man you were with had a small crown tattoo on his
I finally stopped crying about 2 minutes ago but I am already thinking about season 3.
What we learned from season 1 is that Toffee is willing to do almost anything to get to Star. Which includes putting up with Ludo’s whiny butt, as well as KIDNAPPING MARCO.
To Star, Marco is her best friend/love interest and one of the most important people in her life, hell she even has a crush on him and felt so inclined to tell him the truth about her feelings, knowing lying to him would hurt her.
Toffee did it before why not do it again, when Star has no contact with earth anymore, therefore meaning Marco could be taken and no one would know.
IT WORKED BEFORE WHY WON’T IT WORK AGAIN.
Star cares aboutloves Marco a lot and has and will fight a whole army for him.
But let’s not forget Marco has his own dimensional scissors.
Chapters: 6/? Fandom: Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe Rating: Not Rated Warnings: Graphic Depictions Of Violence Relationships: James “Bucky” Barnes/Steve Rogers Characters: Steve Rogers, James “Bucky” Barnes, Sam Wilson (Marvel), Natasha Romanov, Tony Stark, James “Rhodey” Rhodes, Pepper Potts Additional Tags: Post-Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - PTSD, standard Winter Soldier trauma umbrella, POV Alternating, Bucky Barnes’s Metal Arm, Weirdness, Llamas, Bucky Barnes Has A Complicated Relationship With UFOs, Thirty Korean Grandmothers, Podfic, Audio Format: MP3, Audio Format: M4B, Podfic Length: 4-4.5 Hours, WIP Big Bang 2016 Summary:
Steve gets out of the hospital in two days, but just barely. “I’m fine,” he tells Sam, Nurse Eunjung and the phalanx of doctors assigned to make sure Captain America didn’t bleed out and die and get bad PR all over their nice clean hospital. “I have an advanced healing factor. It’s fine. See? I’m standing.”
“That is not standing,” Sam tells him.
“You’re bending the IV stand,” Nurse Eunjung adds pointedly. “Let go and sit down, they don’t grow on trees.”
aka Steve and Bucky’s Global Honeymoon Revenge World Tour.
maybe this is just me, but sometimes i feel like fandom “””explains away””” the most interesting parts of who aaron and robert both are as characters. and by that i guess i just mean that sometimes i feel like explaining the reasoning behind some of their more irredeemable (i mean, somewhat. nothing is irredeemable in soap) actions and sort of cancelling out the terribleness™ that makes each of them who they are is just sort of boring, to me. i like them both for being morally grey and complex, you know?