Can I just request a daddy!dean with a teen!daughter reader. Nothing too specific. But can you toss in a little father/ daughter bonding mixed with angst mixed with family fluff and hell why not through some Uncle Sam and uncle cass in their too.other than that you have full range
It started a little something like this:
Your father was off in the alcohol getting the beer he would definitely not be letting you sample. Never. Your uncle was in the produce section gathering what you and your dad affectionately call ‘rabbit food’. You were twirling your hair and deciding which bakery item would magically find its way into the cart and through the checkout. He was a boy your age who was lingering too long by the cakes and none too shyly glancing your way. When you met his gaze, he grinned in the self-assured way of a boy used to getting a certain reaction from girls. In reply, you cocked a curious eyebrow and sidled over to a different table. Game on. Would he follow you?
He would. He sauntered over in his name brand jeans and Hollister shirt intent on getting your attention again. Barely giving him a look, you pretended to read the ingredients on a box of muffins.
a/n: i did say more cafe!au was coming, so… (also i agonized over a clever title for days and this is all i got)
Most mornings start like this; she and Rina unlock the shop while the night is just beginning to end. Misaki wipes the tables while her best friend retrieves their pastries from the freezer, loading batch after batch of uncooked homemade food into the ovens. They play music. Misaki writes in a notebook the screenplay she dreams will one day be accepted by someone—for now, it’s only a hobby, a passion, but someday she’d like it to be a livelihood of sorts.
(She believes it will.)
They unlock the doors at six o'clock, sharp, every morning. Their regulars at that time are generally exhausted, the coffee and bakery item they get seeming to switch their power buttons. Most of them offer no more than a small tip and a tired smile, and she understands.
A/N: I have returned and it feels so good to be back. This is something that I’ve been working on for quite some time, and it is notably different from what I’ve posted before. I had an idea of Chef Ashton and I’ve always wanted to explore polyamory within the bounds of fanfiction. This is what I came up with after about two months of messing around with it. Have an open mind if this is all new to you. Enjoy. :-)
Created for: The Sims 4 Old fashioned bakery items for your Sims to have a quaint establishment. This set is meant to work with The EP GET TO WORK, however the only things that are not base game are the cash register and the display case. The rest will work without the EP. There is one extra color option.
Did you guys know I started my own self-anthology, Shonen Jump-type comics series called SUN BAKERY? ??? ???? It’s a *for real comic* that you can *for real attain at comic shops* and/or order it if your shop needs copies!
It’s a bi-monthly ongoing series. First issue came out in April, issue 2 (right) comes out this month on the 15th.
Sun Bakery #1 | Item Code: FEB161067 Features: - Arem - Dream Skills - Bat Rider - Seedless
Sun Bakery #2 | Item Code: APR161202 Features: - Arem - Dream Skills - Bat Rider - Bloodshed - Seedless
Sun Bakery #3 comes out in AUGUST Features: - Dream Skills - Street Knuckle - Bat Rider
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This is true grassroots new energy independent comic books.
If any of that sounds appealing to you; I humbly suggest you support this series!
*NOTE: this series is unrelated to the SUN BAKERY Kickstarter I did in 2013. They share no content. They only share the title. I call the Kickstarter one Sun Bakery #0*
I feel like Harry would do the whole bday week where everyday he's would get you a smaller gift (inside jokes or an item of clothing you'd secretly been eying) but leave them in random places around the house for you to open on your own. But when your bday really comes, he would get you one big thing and give it to you right when you wake up.
I feel like a lot of it would be handmade,since I’m HOE for handmade things. Like poems, bakery items, pinched pots, etc. I would take it all and probably cry over each one haha
A few weeks ago I got a welcome email for the Starbucks app despite having had the app for over 2 years now! Starbucks then emailed again offering me a free bakery item as an apology for sending the welcome email…even though I hadn’t even realised they’d sent a welcome email in the first place but I was thankful for the free slice slice of fig and cinnamon loaf which i happily picked up the following day (whilst also buying a christmas flavoured drink). However, when I went into Starbucks today, the bakery item offer was still there on my app AND it was there in place of the barcode they usually scan for me to pay. So I wasn’t entirely sure how I was able to pay via my app for the Chai Latte I had ordered. (I didn’t want anything from the bakery bear in mind. I’d used that offer. I just wanted a Chai latte.)
Barista: That’s £3.25 please.
I can’t seem to get the bar code up. *shows her my phone*
Barista: Yes what do you want from the bakery?”
No no. I don’t want anything just the drink but the bar code won’t show up for me to pay for it. How do I find it?
Barista: Yes, what would you like? *gesturing to the cakes*
No…I mean the bar code. It’s not there. Is there another way to get it up on the app?
*Barista is now getting out cake tongs to get me something from the bakery*
No, no. The bar code. I can’t find it. Can you help me find it?
Barista: What will you have?
…*sighs*…I’ll have a slice of lemon cake. (I was willing to pay for it as I was expecting the app to say I’d already used the offer but I was hoping if they offer got declined, it might disappear and my beloved bar code may come back!)
Barista: That’ll be £5.24 but the lemon slice will be free when you scan the bar code on your phone.
…yes I know. But the bar code isn’t showing up. How can I find it?
*Another Barista comes over and says she’ll have to type in the 20 digit number instead if the app doesn’t show the bar code. First barista rolls her eyes and proceeds to type in the number read aloud from my phone by the second barista*
Barista: Okay so that’s £3.25.
*She looks at my phone…as if I need to scan it again*
Second barista to the First Barista: It’s done now!
First Barista: Okay you can go.
(Not having a go at the lovely Barista by the way! She was very sweet! It was just a funny, almost sketch like, scenario in which there was a lot of miscommunication and thought I’d share!)
(If you could post on anon that would be awesome, but if not no big deal)
Okay so I work at a higher end fast food/bakery chain. We serve sandwiches, salads and soups, along with a crap ton of bakery items. I’ve only been here four months, and am already becoming a trainer.
So with any restaurant, Saturday nights are one of our busiest. I came in at four, and got all the preclosing stuff done for both myself and the bakery closer, as I was in charge of closing the dining room. I was the most experienced team member there, and the night was going kinda smooth.
Fast-forward to after the dinner rush, with only 1 ½ hours to go, and we were busy, but not too packed. Something happened to piss off my manager, so she called me into the office, handed me her keys, authorization card, and the code to the safe and just walked out. I knew how to close the money from asking questions and being curious, but still was panicking. Called all of the other managers and nobody picked up.
THEN while I was busy trying to get someone, one of the idiots who makes the food thought it would be a good idea to toast a bagel 4 times, to which the bagel burst into flame. I put the fire out and everything was fine.
Finally I called another store nearby, who was sending a manager over, but then our GM finally called me back and asked what the problem was. As soon as he heard, he rushed over to help.
As soon as he got there, I was relieved, but kind of pissed off when he told me that I should have kept up on the dining room, when I LITERALLY was the acting manager!!! I can’t wait to get out of food service.
I brought five tables of bakery items, you’re welcome to and if I’m lucky the wind or tide won’t knock them over or the raccoons won’t strike, but I mean raccoons eating baked goods are cute regardless, so.