Synopsis: Negan wants to rid his beard and wants you to help.
Warnings: NSFW, swearing, Negan himself is a warning lol
Note: ‘Cause I think beardless Negan needs more love. Honestly feeling meh about this but I couldn’t get the idea out of my mind. Hope you guys would still enjoy!
“You busy tonight, sweetheart?”
It was only when Negan’s shadow
loomed over your figure on the couch that you looked up and realized that it
was you he was talking to. Even after noticing how Negan’s eyes were glued on
you and you alone, you still bothered to look around the lounge area to make
sure that you weren’t hallucinating. You weren’t a new wife, in fact, you were
the third one (out of six) but you were aware that Negan has his favorites.
Sherry and Amber topped Negan’s list but the other wives still get their share
of Negan’s time.
You’ve had your moments with
Negan too, but they weren’t as much as the rest so you assumed that you were that girl— one who was easily forgotten.
It was really hard to believe that Negan was really talking to you.
“You have been told to follow your dreams, but what if it’s a stupid dream? For instance, Stephen Colbert of 25 years ago lived at 2015 North Ridge with two men and three women in what I now know was a brothel. He dreamed of living alone—well, alone with his beard—in a large barren loft apartment, with lots of blonde wood, wearing a kimono, with a futon on the floor and a Samovar of tea constantly bubbling in the background, doing Shakespeare in the street for homeless people. Today, I am a beardless suburban dad who lives in a house, wears no-iron khakis and makes Anthony Weiner jokes for a living, and I love it because, thankfully, dreams can change. If we’d all stuck with our first dream, the world would be overrun with cowboys and princesses”
-Stephen Tyrone Colbert.
Dionysus was the god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, of ritual madness, religious ecstasy and theatre. He may have been worshipped as early as 1500-100BC by Mycenean Greeks according to very old scripts inscribed with his name. Earlier images and descriptions of Dionysus depict him as a mature male, bearded and robed holding a fennel staff tipped with a pine-cone. However, in later images the god is show to be a beardless, sensuous, naked or semi-naked androgynous youth. He is described in literature as womanly or “man-womanish”.