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#MICHAEL SCOFIELD LOVES HIS SON SO MUCH #since the minute he found out that he was going to be a dad #don’t even think about the fact that in both these instances he thinks he’s about to die and just wants to make sure his son knows how deeply he loves him #in case he never gets the chance to tell him himself #*cries forever* 

The older I get, the more I enjoy simple, uncomplicated, and boring relationships. None of that messy crap or emotional roller coaster. At this point in my life I am looking for stability, not quick and senseless fun.
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-My heart can’t handle messy anymore.

-m.t.t.

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Carmen’s housewarming party proceeds in the most predictable fashion. They eat and talk and drink and laugh, but despite the jovial atmosphere Westley wants nothing more than to leave. He feels lost here, his mind- and his heart- trapped miles and miles away. Locked, it slowly dawns on him, with a new mother and her baby daughter in a hospital room across town.

“What’s wrong? Where are you going?” Eugenia pouts as Westley extricates himself from her grasp. All night she has clung to him like glue, but this time as she rises to follow him West shakes his head and pointedly motions for her to sit back down.

“I need to make a phone call,” he explains. “Alone.”

“Are you coming back?” she whimpers.

Westley hesitates, but glancing around the room full of strangers he smiles and says, “I sure as hell hope not.”

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Imagine:

During Edward’s first visit to Central after he and Winry announce their engagement, he makes an offhanded comment about not knowing how to dance. And Roy overhears him and offers to teach him. Edward is skeptical, but after Roy insists that Winry will appreciate it, he begrudgingly caves. But, the one caveat Roy has is that it has to be after hours, preferably an hour or so after everyone goes home.

Edward thinks to question it, but instead figures that it’s Mustang who sometimes appears to have no rhyme or reason for how he does things until the last moment, he’ll just suck it up and go along with it.

And if worse comes to worse and Mustang disappoints him (what he’s banking on, in fact), he’ll badger him until he gets a drink for having to put up with him.

So he goes to Central Command around 7pm and finds Roy… and Riza. The perplexed expression on his face is enough for Roy to right away explain that it’s better to learn from watching first before trying, and that the Lieutenant graciously offered to help him. And that’s when Edward realizes why he had to meet him so late that night.

Edward again is skeptical because the Lieutenant never seemed to be the type to dance, but for her sake and Winry’s, he would go through with it.

Roy moves the needle to the record that’s on the phonograph he stole from Fuery’s supply room to start the music, gets into position with Riza

And they absolutely kill it.

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Hey! Who dis cutie taking selfies in the lift at work…. oh yeah….that’s me 🙈😂😍😅😏🔥💯👌🏼✌🏼💕

such great heights — part three

“Oh.” Harry pressed his lips together. “Was just thinking that maybe we should have a party.”

Kimber raised a brow. “A party?”

“Yeah.” Harry nodded. “Like, a proper celebration for you moving in and all.”

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Touka is so lucky to have Yomo. He’s such a good uncle, so nice and supportive, never left her, he took care of her and helped her with the shop, he’s so faithful to her, and even tho he’s older and wiser, it’s like she’s the one in charge and he would follow her anywhere no matter what, they’re like a duo? I can’t think of Touka without Yomo nor Yomo without Touka, they come as a set. Both went to save Tsukiyama together, both went to help Hinami together, besides of being his niece and literally the living image of his sister, I feel like Touka is like a daughter to him. I love their relationship so much 😭