the amazing, talented @atratum asked me for that 70′s show fic recs, to which i immediately responded like this, because at this point i’m in too deep to feel shame:
the spun series by aceofdiamonds is in second person pov, but hear me out! - it’s sooo good. the voices are pretty spot on, it’s not too sappy like other fics i’ve seen, and it fills in a lot of the gaps from s5 up to s7
Missy’s trifecta of carsexficbecause this show was weirdly shy when it came to these two compared to the other couples
let me count the days by strongplacebo - because this show has practically no internal consistency (hi tina! bye tina!) and this relationship wasn’t planned, you’re left w all these little moments throughout s1-3 that you have to piece together into foundation for the later seasons. thankfully this fic is here to help you along!
two “outside looking in” fics: jekyll and hyde by mistiec and body language by j alfred prufrock because even though we were privy to him comforting her after kelso’s cheating and their veteran’s day date, the rest of point place wasn’t and, let’s face it, their relationship kiiiiinda came out of nowhere.
season 8 redo by tanith75 is a, if not the, classic, t7s fic. (seriously, every rec list has this on it). it’s fun and manages to fix season 8 (rightfully by completely ignoring it and going in it’ own direction). it can flatten the characters sometimes, but honestly towards the end the show did too, so why not read a version of s8 that actually likes its characters?
and finally, this is from a series of “diary entries” that fox put out as promo material or something and it’s a great example of hyde’s knack for giving simple, but thoughtful gifts (donna’s picture, jackie’s band tee)
Emotional Intelligence is categorized as the ability of identity, comprehend, use and manage one’s emotions in a useful and positive way. This includes possessing the tools to highly empathize with others, avoid conflict and overcome emotional hurdles.
This exquisite example of the minor arts was found where it had been placed on the chest of a deceased woman. It is a solid cast signet ring with a tiny bezel depicting a most important and expressive scene of Minoan worship. At the centre is a strong-looking female figure, possibly a goddess or priestess, wearing an opulent dress and raising her right hand in a gesture of benediction. This may be an epiphany of the Minoan goddess, also known from other similar representations. To her left is a young vigorous man who touches or pulls out a tree from within a walled tripartite shrine. At the other end of the composition is a second man who kneels in lamentation and holds an object, possibly a funerary pithos. This dramatic scene is interpreted as a representation of the human life cycle, a basic feature of Minoan worship. A chrysalis, two butterflies, a sacred eye and a column of the Egyptian god Osiris complete the composition.