big delight

  • Akashi: You'll never guess what just happened.
  • Midorima: You went out in the hallway, stumbled into an inter-dimensional portal, which brought you 5,000 years into the future, where you took advantage of the advanced technology to build a time machine, and now you're back, to bring us all with you to the year 7016, where we are transported to work at the think-a-torium by telepathically controlled flying dolphins?
  • Akashi: ...How did you know?
  • Midorima: ?!!??!?
  • Akashi: Just kidding. Tetsuya kissed me.
  • Midorima: !!!!!!!!
Valentines Day Brawl

Reinhardt: “It began… with a proposal…”

*Silhouette stage play of Hanzo and Mccree. Mccree is kneeling and holding out a box.*

Mccree: “Partner, this may be a bit sudden, an’ ah know we’ve only been doin’ this a short time but-”

Hanzo: “Jessie. It is alright. I know what you are asking, and I accept. I will marry you.”

Reinhardt: “For a time, things were happy. The great big Overwatch family was delighted by the prospect of a wedding.”

*Cut to Lucio, Tracer, and Soldier76 setting up decorations*

Reinhardt: “But life does not give us joy without trial.”

*Stage and silhouettes drop back, cut to shadowy, evil looking base set up.*

*Lightning flashes, briefly revealing Widowmaker, Sombra, and Reaper*

Reinhardt: “Talon, and evil organization opposing Overwatch, would stop at nothing to ruin such a happy occasion, for it could not allow our brave heroes any spark of happiness.”

*Shift to scene of Mercy, Symmetra, Zenyatta, and Mei in front of a wedding chapel.*

Reinhardt: “Overwatch would not so easily allowed Talon to have it’s way with the happy day, and sent forth heroes to halt their advance.”


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Make it happen, you two.

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bangtan bomb throwback 3/?

mcmoon-is-rising  asked:

Mullette headcanons? ëωë

YES I AM SO EXCITED (I’m currently writing a mullette fic on my AO3 so a lot of these are gonna be based on that but canon era) also excuse my run on sentences it’s noon here and I’ve had three cups of coffee today

  • Sooooo you already knew this but Herc loves hats!! And knitting!! He’s totally a stress knitter (I headcanon a lot of characters as stress knitters) and he constantly makes Laf hats that fit over his hair and they’re really big and floppy and delightful
  • Herc is the voice of reason in the relationship and tries his best to keep Laf from doing toooo many reckless, Guns-and-Ships-esque things during the war, but honestly he probably needs a backpack leash for his excited French bf because let me tell you Laf is the most uber-patriotic “FOR AMERICAAAA” type guy you’ve ever met and if Herc turns his back for 0.5 seconds Laf is outta there like a shot ready to save some prisoners of war and defeat the British
  • on the flipside, if you insult ANY of Herc’s crew you better be ready to run for your life because that tailor-solier-spy is deadly silent and the size of a small grizzly bear and you don’t stand a fighting chance against him when he’s angry. (Laf wipes away a proud tear.)
  • They’re both incredibly tactile people. Cuddles galore. When they’re together, they huddle “for warmth” (bullshit) and the times when Herc is away spying are probably the most trying months of the war for anyone who has to be near Laf when it’s cold out because he misses his portable space heater
  • They both assume “parental roles” when it comes to their sweet children Alex and John but let’s be real, Herc is Mom Friend and Laf is Wine Mom Friend, and those are two radically different things.
  • They’re totally dancing around each other when they first meet becuase they have such a good dynamic as friends and neither wants to mess it up, but finally they can’t take it anymore and Herc just gets fed up one night and kisses Laf and that’s it. No going back. 
  • But they don’t change much, they still act like they did when they were BFF’s except now there’s more kissing involved and honestly that’s pretty awesome

send me a pairing and i’ll give you 5-10 headcanons!

I think River is a woman who is completely fearless and not always entirely scrupulous and doesn’t suffer fools at all. She’s brilliant, she’s great, kind of- almost a super hero character to write for. You know she’s never apologised, she’s never fussed and she’s always on the move. I think, as a heroine, she works tremendously well. She’s fun, she’s funny. I’m always happier when River turns up.
—  Jenny Colgan, Behind the Scenes of The Diary of River Song