A History of Window Cleaning

Pairing: RinMaki

Rating: K+

Word Count: 1,530

Note: Inspired by this post by xirsten. Dedicated to xirsten, maki-no-waifu,  and meme-hero-nanami because I needed to dedicate this to somebody to feel like a cool kid B)

In which Maki is a librarian and Rin wants to check out what may be the most inane book in history.

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anonymous asked:

akafuri? :)


meme here

  • immediately begins to shimmy when maroon 5 comes on - Koki because of his love  for modern western music yiss, and sure he’ll try to dance with Sei but Sei always manages to turn it into slow dancing (and inevitably sex)
  • wakes the other up at 3am demanding pancakes - Koki very well might ((aha i’ve got it pregnant dfab demiboy Koki who has definite cravings for chocolate chip pancakes and probably some other weird shit with it and of course Sei has to comply because Koki pulls the whole ‘I am carrying your child even though I never wanted a womb give me the pancakes’ and omfg I’m squeeing from how cute this is this may need to be a fic))
  • sends the other unsolicited nudes - Koki is the most likely actually. Sei is more likely to text dirty talk ((and now another scenario, Sei in a really important meeting but bored out of his mind and he texts Koki something about wanting to fuck him hard wow sei so imaginative and Koki sends back a nude and ‘what about now? ;)’ and suddenly Sei is a lot more uncomfortable yiiissss shameless teasing Koki this has become such a thing in this fandom that it’s basically canon))
  • brags about knowing karate even though they never made it past yellow belt - Koki maybe? they usually end up play fighting and wrestling after that
  • comes to a complete halt outside bakeries/candy shops - Koki. Dragging Sei back by his collar probably.
  • blows sarcastic kisses after doing ridiculous shit - Sei. I can imagine him blowing kisses to Koki if he’s ever in a street match and Koki’s standing at the side
  • killed the guy (also, which hid the body) - let’s be honest Sei’s probably already killed a guy and hid the body where’s kagami gone
  • wears the least clothing around the house - Sei may do it quite naturally. Because his stuff tends to be scattered about in the morning he’ll walk around half-dressed. Koki walks around in just a shirt sometimes ((or in Sei’s basketball jersey but that’s basically like wearing a dress))
  • has icky sentimental moments for no apparent reason - Sei is really icky and sentimental loads of kisses and hugs ((it’s pretty much possessiveness but as long as it doesn’t get to crazy Koki quite likes it even though it’s so embarrassing))

thelatenightstoryteller asked:

OK, even though I love it and it's amazing, even great stuff can be improved or altered right? I give you Harry Potter (books) for this challenge thing.

1. Why does every girl have to grow up and have kids? I’m 10000% not here for compulsory motherhood. Especially Ginny leaving her Quidditch career to have kids, I don’t even like Ginny and I will fight you.

2. Explicitly canon Remus/Sirius. We all know it happened, c’mon now. 

3. More diversity at Hogwarts. We had post-book Dumbledore is gay and now tongue in cheek Hermione could be black maybe if you want her to be I guess, but like…no. C’mon. This whole series is an allegory for how white supremacy is bad, except all it is is an allegory. 

4. Not enough emphasis on how fucked up the wizarding world is. They are okay with the potential murder of children for sport (Triwizard Tournament, Quidditch), but education is fundamentally flawed on every level. The economy makes no sense, the only jobs seem to be journalist, merchant, government worker, or teacher (who are paid how? Hogwarts doesn’t seem to be a government-funded school, but I don’t think the Weasleys could pay for tuition for 7 children for 7 years). But it’s cool, I’m super glad that everyone has great parents that can home school them until they’re 11 or send them to Muggle school (and yet somehow also no one knows anything about the Muggle world?). 

5. The books were all about defeating Voldemort, but never actually dealt with the underlying issues that sustained him and got him followers? Like, obviously a child isn’t going to defeat racism and bigotry forever, but even though “all was well” there is nothing to keep another charismatic man with similar boring backstory daddy issues from rising up and taking over the badly organized central government. The story never dealt with the separation Slytherin felt from the other houses and how that helped the leaders in that house build their own “families” that gained power outside of the central power of the wizarding world. It never showed an integration of the house system or, even better, a dismantling of the house system because separating people based on core values they show at age 11 is inherently flawed because kids are always awful and will grow up to be more awful. All that happened was defeating was powerful figurehead, they didn’t do anything to get rid of the power that sustained him.