Sometimes my train just gets outta control and eventually goes off the rails completely. That’s what happened here ehehe. Illustrations for @ceruleancynic’s terrible high school Kylux AU Boys on the Radio chapter 5. All dialogue is naturally lifted straight from the fic.
“Dean, I feel ridiculous,” you said from behind the changing room curtain, looking at yourself in the mirror.
You and Dean were going on a hunt for a vampire tonight, and this particular vampire was a rich one. A rich one who just so happened to love throwing parties, which meant you and Dean were going to have to crash one. And to blend in, you’d have to dress up nice.
Being a hunter meant you didn’t really own a lot of nice clothes, so Dean offered to take you clothes shopping.
“C’mon, sweetheart, I’m sure you look great,” he encouraged, sitting on the couch outside the dressing room.
You sighed, opening up the curtain and walking out in the strappy red lace dress that hit above the knees.
Dean’s face lit up like the Fourth of July as he took in the sight of you, and your cheeks felt warm under his sweet stare.
“There’s my girl,” he beamed.
You grinned and looked down at your shoes.
Dean walked over to you and gave you his arm to hold, a gleam in his eyes.
Maybe Trump was talking about
Kmart. Either way, Donald Trump, PROVE IT!
Definitely not, said Martha Slagle, vice president and general manager of the Neiman Marcusin Friendship Heights. If a ball attendee were to walk in today, “you have more than a thousand evening gowns to choose from,” she said, noting that the store stocks up every four years in anticipation of inauguration demand.
The son of retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s pick for national security adviser, embraced a baseless conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton on Sunday after a man who claimed to be investigating the hoax fired a rifle inside a pizza parlor in Northwest Washington, D.C., on Sunday.
The man, 28-year-old Edgar Maddison Welch of Salisbury, North Carolina, entered the restaurant, D.C. police said, to “self-investigate ‘Pizza Gate’ (a fictitious online conspiracy theory).“ After firing his gun inside the establishment, he was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. No one was injured.
The baseless online conspiracy theory in question, spread by supporters of President-elect Donald Trump, holds that the pizza shop, Comet Ping Pong, is actually a front for a child sex ring led by Clinton, the Democratic nominee.
The conspiracy theory got its start when emails from Comet Ping Pong’s owner James Alefantis were hacked from the Gmail account of Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta and released by WikiLeaks.
The New York Times reported: “While Mr. Alefantis has some prominent Democratic friends in Washington and was a supporter of Mrs. Clinton, he has never met her, does not sell or abuse children, and is not being investigated by law enforcement for any of these claims.”