but whoever did

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Gif is mine

maybe you could do a LaSalle one, where the reader is his younger sister and gets kidnapped by their latest unsub and he wants to get her back at all cost! 

Requested by Anon~


“Chris, we’re gonna find her-”

“You’re damn right we will!” LaSalle barked back to Pride, who merely closed his mouth and allowed the other agent to vent his frustration. “Whoever did this is gonna have to deal with me.”

Pride’s lips tightened into a line, and he took a step closer to LaSalle. He knew just how invested he could get; especially when it involved family. And because you were Chris’ sister, you were automatically family to Pride, as well. “Just take a breath. Calm down.”

LaSalle did as he was told and inhaled before letting out a sharp exhale. But the worry and the anger was still there. And he rose his eyes up to meet Pride’s. “They’re gonna be sorry they messed with us.”

anonymous asked:

Gibbs reacting to you getting hurt? Are you still doin these because if not sorry bye

Yes, I am, so no need to be sorry and hello!

If you were hurt, Gibbs would:

- Be ready to murder whoever did it or whoever let it happen (i.e. Tony or McGee or whoever) because if they let it happen Gibbs would have their head on a silver platter.

- Take care of you and pretend like he wasn’t upset at all so that it didn’t stress you out that he was low key pissed

- He would be more angry than upset if you were okay. If you put yourself in danger, he would go off on you. “What the hell were you thinking?” or “Why would you do that?”

-He would wait on you hand and foot and never leave your side. If you were in the hospital, he would not leave your bed. When you woke up, he would make sure that he was the first thing you saw. Even if he was there all night and all day and never ate or showered, he wouldn’t look tired at all because he’s Gibbs and he can do that stuff.

-He would know that it was part of the job and the field you were in, but it would be different for you. Like, “Yeah, people get hurt, but there was no reason for (Y/N) to be injured.” and Tony would call him out, “Why is it different with (Y/N)?” Gibbs would be mad, “It just is, DiNozzo.”

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THIS UGLY GORILLA, HANA, HAS GRADUALLY BECOME A BITCH LET’S HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT HER CARETAKERS’ RECORDS SAY AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

 You can’t love someone unless you love yourself first? That’s bullshit. I have never loved myself. But you? Oh, Gods above. I loved you. I loved you so much, I forgot what hating myself felt like. 

Some days I am absolutely convinced that the Legends of Tomorrow writers room just consists of a bunch of people playing a weird tabletop RPG and writing down whatever happens:

DM: the countdown is nearly up, and NASA is about to discover the time travellers on the moon

Stein’s player: I start singing the ‘Banana Boat Song’

DM: *sighs* roll

In case you are wondering about whether you should watch A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix (because say, you are a fan of the books and you don’t want to get burned the way you did with the movie), I have only watched the first two episodes and can assure that this is quality shit:

  • It starts out with a dedication to Beatrice
  • Lemony Snicket is a character, narrating onscreen, which is good because a) in hindsight, how was that movie franchise planning on doing that when it became important? it’s much better to do it from the beginning and b) it means some of the best literary devices can be easily reproduced
  • There is a good amount of subtle references to future events and certain initials
  • They really doubled down on the whole mixed-up time period thing to hilarious effect, including a self-referential Netflix joke that I had to pause after because I was laughing so hard
  • Same with every single time Count Olaf says “theatre” or “actor” NPH is a great Count Olaf
  • He has a musical number and it is awful in the best way
  • The Beaudelaires are perfectly cast and also the perfect mixture of charmingly tragic and cleverly witty
  • Especially Sunny she is a GIFT
  • There is stuff that isn’t in the books, not in a “deviating from the plot” sense but in an “adding vital information about what was going on elsewhere that I am VERY FREAKING DANG EXCITED ABOUT” sense

In conclusion this is exactly what you would expect given that Daniel Handler played a major role in it, it’s everything I wanted it to be, please watch.