baseball win

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A quick follow-up to reassure you that, yes, I am aware that being bad at video games is a Joestar family tradition.  This was another tangent–next time, things get a little more serious. Stay tuned!

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No matter what

Originally posted by qrunge-alexxaa

Summary:  Reader has news to tell her longtime boyfriend, Jeff, but isn’t sure how he’s going to react.

Pairing: Jeff Atkins x Reader 

Request:  “Can I get #20 with Jeff?! I’m too excited to think rn”

Warnings: None that I can think of

Word count: 1247

Links: Prompt list

Y/F/F = Your favorite flowers 


Black dots clouded your vision as your back arched and loud moans slipped out of your mouth.  You were panting as your boyfriend of 3 years grunted, slowly pulling out of you and discarding the condom before flopping down next to you.  You tried to control your breathing, smiling as you reminisced in the memory of what has happened in the past hour.  You felt Jeff lazily throw his muscular arm across your waist and nestling his face into your chest.  Although it wasn’t the first time, it sure felt like it, as every time was better than the first even though the same result happened.  Your fingers ran through his silky soft, brunette locks and you felt your eyes get heavy before you drifted to sleep.

That was all almost two months ago.  You found out that you were pregnant about two weeks ago, but every time you were about to tell Jeff, you chickened out.  It’s not exactly everyday that you get pregnant halfway through senior year, so you had a reason to be afraid, even though your boyfriend was always too nice for his own good.

Tonight, you were at another party, sober of course, celebrating the baseball team’s win.  You stood next to Jeff with a bottle of water in hand as he played beer pong with Monty, who was currently losing.

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America: Did you know that the last time the Cubs won the world series the Ottoman empire was still an empire? 

Turkey:…

America: So are ya prepin’ a comeback?

Turkey:

America: Cause they just won again!!!!

***

America: Did you know that a baseball has 108 stitches?

Canada:…

America: And it’s been 108 years since the Cubs last won a Wold series?!

Canada:

America: The curse is broken!!

Mood : Jonathan as a baseballer. He wants to win for Sherwin. And he probably signed this picture of him and gave it to Sherwin who was encouraging him in the crowd. 

Since Jonathan is sporty I want to draw him doing all the sports 

((i know absolutely nothing to baseball so don’t blame me if it’s not accurate I took some references but still))

anonymous asked:

I think when the Justice League has seemingly random and uncared for characters on the roster it sticks out a lot more, while the Avengers have always sorta been a b-team thanks to Spider-Man and the X-Men dominating Marvel for so long, so they can afford to have more variety without being like "Superman, Batman, and fucking Vibe".

Fun fact: the longest continually serving Avengers for decades were the Vision and Scarlet Witch (like all couples, you start to think of them as one unit, a “package deal” after a while). I think that points to the fact that the most important characters in Avengers, the ones that formed the heart and soul of the team and were essential to their identity, were not the most famous, merchandise-friendly heroes who had their own comic, but the “cool whip” characters you wouldn’t necessarily read on their own. The movies, to their credit, understand this. 

It’s interesting how the Avengers were never actually the “greatest Marvel heroes assembled together,” because that’s a fundamentally hollow concept, created by marketing. The Avengers are the greatest, but as a team, not individuals. Kurt Busiek once said that the difference between the Justice League and the Avengers is that the Justice League are the US Olympic Team, and the Avengers are the baseball team that wins the World Series.

The Avengers had some guys who connected them to the “core Marvel Universe” to be sure (Cap, Thor, Iron Man), but more often than not, they were  made up of people who were reformed supervillains (Hawkeye, Swordsman, Black Widow, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch), oddballs who had no other comic but who were central to Avengers history and identity (Wasp, Hank Pym, Wonder Man, Vision), even guys who were not big-leaguers but who brought something very special to group dynamic that made the team bigger than the sum of their parts (She-Hulk, Quasar). 

minccino40681  asked:

Jyushimatsu! Tomorrow Is My Graduation At My School! Which Means I Will Move On To A New School, I Am Kinda Nervous... Can You Wish Me Good Luck? And So Does Your Other Brothers If That's Okay, Also Enjoy This! *Gives You A Giant Baseball* I Found This Some Where, IDK If I Remember, But Happy Belated Birthday! To You And All Of Your Brothers! *Winks* (Sorry If I Bug You Mun...)

And thanks so much for the gift!! =D

I realized at the ball game today that it is totally possible to list off the various Traditional American Baseball Songs in the style of Cultural Folk Ballads

  • I Am So &#$@ing Ready To Play Baseball!! 
  • We Will Definitely Win Today
  • This Is The Song We Chant In The Stands
  • He Was Not As Ready To Play Baseball As He Believed
  • I Want Some Snacks
  • Our National Anthem Is Super Hard To Sing 
  • This Lady Is A Nice Lady, I Really Like Her
  • Nah Nah Naaaaaa Nah NAH NAH NAAAAAAAA NAH 
  • This Is The Song Where We Clap
  • Someone Popular Wrote This, I Guess We Have To Like It