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Imagine Jason Todd cuddling with you

His strong scarred up hands placed on your hips, his head resting on your neck. Stealing warmth from him. Feeling heat from him breathing on your neck. Whispering sweet nothings to you in that beautiful almost New York accent like voice.Falling asleep to that voice in your ears.

(TURBULENCE in D.C.) “Youngjae, can you please sing Trauma?” (my video please do not repost without credit)

Imagine Jason Todd with a plus size reader
  • When ever Jason is cooking for you: “Stop you’re gonna make me fatter!” “Who cares you look amazing anyways!”
  • Jason knows what it’s like to feel insecure about appearance (him having his own scars)
  • Jason and you having the same clothing sizes so you steal his clothing and him stealing yours
  • Dick:“Isn’t that (y/n)’s jacket?” Jason: “Yep.”
  • Stealing his leather jacket all the time
  • Jason loving cuddling with you because you’re all soft and warm
  • Jason loving how soft and warm you are
  • Pulling you into his arms and reading to you
  • Jason: “Is that your hoodie or mine?” You: “I don’t know, I think it your’s.”
  • Knowing that you have some good and bad days when it comes to your self esteem
  • Jason being the little spoon (fight me on this)
  • Jason and you complaining about chub rub (thick thighs save lives and Jason definitely has thick thighs)
  • Feeling insecure around all of supermodel thin superheroes
  • “How the ever loving fuck does Donna’s costume not fall down when she flies? All that is holding up her costume is a piece of metal? Metal can’t even hold up my boobs, how the fuck does Donna wear her Wonder Woman costume without her boobs falling out?” “Don’t ask me.”

The average L.A. driver lost more than 100 hours and more than $2,400 in fuel and productivity last year.

Cheap gas and a surging economy are taxing the nation’s roads and contributing to congestion that cost U.S. motorists almost $300 billion last year in wasted time and fuel, according to a new report.

Los Angeles had the worst traffic in the world among the 1,064 cities studied by transportation analytics firm INRIX. The average driver wasted 104 hours sitting in gridlock during the busiest commuting times last year, and lost $2,408 each in squandered fuel and productivity.