summary: you and michael finally get to hang out on your day off
a/n fluffy fluff its not the best but i was bored so i wrote this
Being able to hang out with Michael on his day off was a miracle. With the boys always traveling around or having to do interviews and you living on the other side of the country, you were lucky to even see each other.
Oh my gosh. I just finished this fic and I died. It’s short and sexy; it’s mysterious without being too boring and best of all it’s Drarry.
Since I suck at summaries, here’s the one straight from the author, Cheryl Dyson:
“Decoy Dilemma » Auror Potter and Counsellor Malfoy return to Hogwarts in order to protect their children from a man who has vowed revenge. Of course, it’s quite a lot more complicated than that. MATURE CONTENT BLAH BLAH.”
40k words, 8 chapters
And here is my review:
I LOVED IT OMG OMG SCORBUS + DRARRY IN ONE FIC WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK FOR??? They were portrayed just perfectly and I DONT KNOW WHY I HAVENT SEEN THIS FIC BEFORE. READ IT BC I LOVED IT AND ITS WORTH IT. It has Hogwarts in it and the next generation of people we all loveeeee. Ravenclaw!Albus + Slytherin!Scorpius; feisty cousins; hybrid polyjuice; fluffy feelings; a lil sprinkle of smut; lovely writing. Shit I suck at reviews so sorry.
Also, if you have read it, feel free to fangirl with me bc its utter perfection! xx
Kam wandered the base camp all day. Someone apparently decided to take his sword. I could have sworn I left it by my desk, he thought.
Something shiny appeared on the corner of his eye. He looked in the general direction. There was no mistaking it. Red aura around the blades. Feather design on the hilt. That was his Omega Yato. Inactive, but still powerful. He held his hand out, causing the sword to float towards him… carrying what was safe to assume was the thief.
He raised his arm up, grabbing the blade by the hilt and the face of the thief was close to his. He looked at her, irritated and bored being the best words to describe the expression on his face.
“Why do you have my sword, Crystal?” he asked, raising an eyebrow. Today, he was not having any of these shenanigans.
College is filled with opportunities to join clubs and organizations that are not only socially beneficial, but also look great on your resume. Sure, join the Ping-Pong team for fun, but here are some college clubs you should join that will help you prepare for your career.
1. Become a tour guide.
I know you probably loathed doing a lot of campus tours in high school:
“To your left is the first bathroom ever created on campus…and to your right is a tree.”
Butyou probably didn’t have the best tour guide if you were bored. Being a tour guide is a great way to gain public speaking experience. When I was a tour guide, sometimes I had groups as big as 200 people. The more you speak in front of people, the easier it gets. When your boss asks you to pitch a new idea to the whole office, you won’t be as nervous. Tour guides also typically work with administration. One of the best letters of recommendation I ever got was from my administrator when I was a tour guide.
Also, being a tour guide can have perks. Some schools pay their students. For my school, we got to register first for classes, so I never had any trouble getting into a class I wanted. This incentive was amazing. Start as a freshman and give tours all four years. Campuses love hiring freshman to give tours because it adds diversity to their lineup and they know they can have you on their team again.
2. Join debate club.
Learn how to hold your own in a discussion. This skill is extremely helpful in business meetings and life in general. This club takes public speaking to the next level because it adds a sense of pressure and argumentation. Learn how to speak clearly, be poised when you’re under pressure, and voice what you believe in.
3. Get involved in student government.
Not only will you be a voice on campus representing your student body, but you’ll also learn how the school functions: what works and what doesn’t work. Being in student government opens the door to gain leadership experience on campus and work with the administration.
4. Seek out (your major) club.
If you’re in premed, join the premed club. If you’re in media, join the student media team on campus. You’ll not only meet people that are probably in your classes, but you’ll also gain networking experience with people in your field. Not to mention, you just gained a group of study buddies!
5. Consider philanthropy club.
Joining a club that does work for charity or volunteering in the community will help you gain a better perspective while you’re in college. Plan a canned food drive or get a group together and clean up your local park. Bring board games to a senior citizen home or visit your local children’s hospital. There are so many ways you can get a group together on campus to give back to your local community. Of course, this looks great on a resume, but do it for the bigger purpose, and change lives while you’re still in school.
6. Start your own!
If you’ve always wanted to have a book club on campus but there isn’t one, start it! Or if you want to get a group of people together to run every Monday and Wednesday evening, start a running club. No matter what the club or organization is, it says a lot about your drive, organization, and work ethic if you build something from the ground up.
Try to join a couple of these kinds of clubs your freshman or sophomore year so you can stick with them throughout your college experience. It looks better to have committed to one or two clubs for four years than to have bounced around to a lot of them throughout college. And don’t forget to throw in some fun and random clubs, like ballroom dancing or crafting!
Tips for being the best Pokemon GO Trainer you can be!
Bring a GO bag. No, not an escape bag–just some essentials you’ll need while spending a long day hugging lures or hunting through tall grass. Mine includes deodorant, a bottle of water, a spare charger, bug spray, and some snacks. Some of my friends also include stuff like first aid kits, tissues, sunscreen, hats, etc.
If you see someone else on their phone near a PokeStop, smile and ask them what team they’re on!
Don’t offer snacks unless you know the other trainers or until after you’ve conversed for a couple of minutes. I got overeager and learned this the hard way after several funny looks.
If you’re not used to walking around a lot, try to take a break every so often. Even better, try and take your break near a PokeStop, preferably in the shade and preferably one with a Lure.
PokeStops refresh every five minutes, whether or not you’re moving. If you’re tired of walking, park your butt near one and reap the sweet, sweet rewards.
You can pick up Razz Berries (to keep pokemon in balls) at Level 8 and Great Balls at Level 12.
You’re probably not going to be able to predict what your Eevee evolves into. There’s a lot of wild guesses going around the internet. Sorry about that.
If someone is a new trainer and needs some help, help them! You were a new trainer once, it’s nice to have someone walk you through things.
At the same time, do not wander off with a new player asking for help. Don’t wander off looking for Pokemon. Remember that you’re a nerd looking at your screen, and just because you’re training pixellated monstrosities that can move heaven and earth doesn’t mean you’re not susceptible to real-life harm. The buddy system is key! Try to have at least one other trainer watching your back at all times, especially if you’re in a dark or deserted area. Stay safe.
Overall, just remember: we’re all here to have fun and play with vicious pretend monsters. If you can do something to make someone’s experience more fun, do it! Drop that Lure Module in the middle of town. Point out where a rare Pokemon is spawning. Smack-talk with people who want to smack-talk (key word: want to. not everyone does.) Share the love. Be a Pokemensch.
being backstage with best friend!luke before his show and you’d both be bored so he’d pull up a video of spongebob on his laptop and unlock his phone to take a video, his thumb swiping across the screen as you raise your eyebrows at him while he makes a serious face into the camera. you’d jump when you hear “CHOCOLATE!!!!!” blast from his computer, causing luke to burst out laughing as he saves the video then starts a new one. he’d then start imitating the crazy fish from the show, turning his phone to you as you aggressively screamed “CHOCOLATE?!!!!” at the top of your lungs, a high-pitched laugh coming out of luke as your face contorted into a weird shape and you raised your fists at the camera. you weren’t surprised to see the video end up on his twitter with no caption, the fans freaking out as you scrolled through their tweets and laughed at their reactions, your heart beating a little faster in your chest when you kept seeing tweets saying that you two are perfect for each other and that you should start dating luke.
listen here is a cool fun secret. if someone is talking about something outlandish or strange to you and your response is to jump in with something like “why the fuck would you think of this” or “what drugs are you on”, you’re not being funny or witty. you’re being, at best, boring. the person PROBABLY knows that what they’ve said is strange, and you’re not illuminating some new exciting truth. you’re adding something useless to a conversation, and you’re probably also going to make someone feel bad. so like??? if you do not want to join the Fun Weird Party, that’s cool, but also just Shut the Fuck Up if your immediate response is to put on your Fun Police Badge.