The sun is bashfully peeking from behind the thin curtains, its soft orange hue cascading over the two bodies that lay pressed together on a four poster bed ─ a bundle of messy sheets. Jimin is awake and he can feel her pressed against him firmly. His body is sore all over, his wrist especially, and he remembers the night before so vividly that he can almost taste his swollen lips and feel the remaining wetness between his thighs. What he’s actually tasting is expensive cigars and spilled red wine ─ raunchy and cheap. But he refuses to acknowledge that anything he does is considered cheap.
Genre: AU, fluff, business man Hobi (feat. Namjin)
Summary: A mandatory company meeting gets spicy when someone shows up late.
Word Count: 2.7k
There are three words that every employee dreads. Three words that turn the stomach of every person no matter their position, pay-grade, or prestige. Three words that make you groan as soon as you open the email titled “Monthly Memo.”
Personnel Performance Review.
Beneath the big, bold, Copperplate fonted title is the expected mandatory public relations bullshit.
“Dear valued employee,
It has recently come to my attention that… etc etc… there has been a trend of decreasing sales, profit, employee satisfaction, and other important statistical figures… etc etc… so this Saturday, I will be hosting a mandatory workshop… etc-”
He wants you to come in on a Saturday? If you’d thought Kim Namjoon couldn’t be any more of an asshole than he already was, you were wrong.
The man couldn’t even use an autofill application to input individual names? No, he had to use a general “Dear employee.”
You huff, closing the email and opting to forget about it for the next few days. At least you’ll be getting overtime and hopefully they’ll buy those ridiculously good donuts that they served last time…
“A veggie plate?” you lament as you stare at the refreshment table.
I am AFAB and trying to figure out a way to express my genderqueer gender. Any tips on how to look androgynous?
The key is figuring out your own way of expression. Keep in mind these tips are NOT rules you have to follow if they don’t suit your personal style.
Anyways here’s a collection of tips from my earlier posts and some new tips:
1. Choose neutral colors such as white, black, gray or brown. Unless you’re sure that you can pull them off, avoid colors that are feminine markers (pink, magenta, pastels…).
2. Choose patterns and decorations in your clothing wisely. Or avoid altogether.
3. Pay attention to the cut of your clothes. Buy unisex t-shirts. Other ideas for tops that you can easily find in unisex cuts: sweaters, sweatshirts, button-down shirts, tank tops, leather/denim jackets, business blazers…
4. When it comes to bottoms, choose for example jeans, chinos or straight leg trousers. Avoid shorts because usually they aren’t gender-neutrally cut.
5. Shoes could be e.g. sneakers, trainers or some boots. Try these: Converse, Dr. Martens, Vans.
6. Pay attention to how you accessorize. There are multiple types of bags that are unisex (large totes, backbags, briefcases, messenger bags etc.) Other good accessories include wool scarves for winter and some necklaces or bracelets.
7. As you’re AFAB, binding or using a tight sports bra can also be a good option but not a necessity in any means.
8. Consider your hairstyle. Would you like to go for a shorter style? Styling your hair naturally and neutrally is generally thought androgynous. But you don’t need to cut your hair if you don’t want to. Rock your own style!
9. When it comes to makeup, I’d suggest something quite minimal.
10. Stay confident and wear whatever makes you happy.
Blazer: Topman - $40 on clearance
Shirt: Express Men’s- $18 on clearance
Pants: H&M - $20 on clearance
Tie: PenSee - $8 on Amazon
Pocket square: Asos - $8 on clearance
Shoes: Cole Haan - $42 on clearance on Amazon
A pink business-casual dress and blazer, so you can look cute filling out paperwork at the town hall and when you stop by The Roost for a little pick-me-up (Kilimanjaro beans, no cream and no sugar for me, thanks).