Kenny Omega reveals his true colors and joins the Bullet Club in his persona of The Cleaner, November 2014. His time as the Cleaner has been marked by his tendency to deliver every line as if he were the final boss in a video game (YOU FOOLS!), combined with vestiges of an endearing dorkiness (like in that last gif where he abruptly realizes that chewing the scenery with a toothpick in your mouth is harder than it looks and chucks it away). He is fantastic.
The Top Ten 90′s Teen Comedy Movies As Chosen By Me:
1. Clueless (1995) 2. Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999) 3. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) 4. Election (1999) 5. Never Been Kissed (1999) 6. Bring it On (2000) 7. Can’t Hardly Wait (1998) 8. Jawbreaker (1999) 9. American Pie (1999) 10. She’s All That (1999)
Honorable Mentions: Drive Me Crazy, Idle Hands, Empire Records
I’ve always wanted to write the Can’t Hardly Wait bathroom scene as an Olicity fic and this seemed like the perfect opportunity because…well goth!Felicity and pre-island!Oliver stuck in a bathroom together was always going to be a gift lol. I hope you enjoy this little fic and that you have a happy holiday! - Jesse @spaztronautwriter
She didn’t know why they were even here. High school parties weren’t exactly Felicity Smoak’s thing.
“It’s the last one before graduation, babe,” Cooper said, pulling the car to the curb half a block down from the party. Even so, Felicity could hear the thumping music from here. “Our last chance to laugh at these rich assholes.”
“I’m sure we’ll have a whole new group of rich assholes to laugh at in Boston.” Felicity rolled her eyes, but got out of the car to follow the steady stream of people into the house.
“These assholes deserve it, though,” he said, gripping her arm. “And they’ll get what’s coming to them.”
She tilted her head to the side—her long black hair falling over one shoulder—and shot him a questioning look, but he just winked at her.
“Come on. This is gonna be fun.”
She scrunched her brow, totally confused by how ominous Cooper was being, but not that surprised. She should have known Cooper was planning something for tonight. He was always planning something. She’d found it fun and even a little charming at first, but after a year of dating, she just hoped whatever it was wouldn’t get him arrested. On the list of things she wanted be doing tonight, potentially bailing her boyfriend out of jail wasn’t one of them.
The music got even louder as they approached the house, the crowd bottlenecking at the front door. Carter Bowen’s parties were pretty legendary according to people at school. Not a Queen or Merlyn bash, but still pretty good. Felicity wasn’t interested in the drunken shenanigans of her classmates as much as she was interested in free booze until Copper decided he was bored with whatever prank he was playing and wanted to leave. She didn’t think it would take long. She honestly had no idea what he was planning, but this wasn’t his scene any more than it was her’s. He hated Carter and the other rich kids that went to Starling Prep. She figured he’d pull whatever prank he had planned and they’d get out of dodge before anyone was the wiser. Or, she hoped that was the case.
Cooper’s little pranks had been getting more intense lately and, she hated to admit it, but it scared her a little. Cooper was smart and a good hacker with a self-righteous sense of justice. It wouldn’t take much for him to cross that line from innocent fun after school to orange jumpsuit in Iron Heights.
Once they made it inside, Felicity left Cooper to do his thing while she found the keg. If she had to be here she might as well try to enjoy herself, after all. She found it in the living room, a group of howling idiots surrounding it. She didn’t let that stop her from elbowing her way to the keg and grabbing a cup.
“Here, let me,” someone said and a hand reached out, nabbing the red solo cup from her. She raised an unimpressed eyebrow at her knight in shining polo shirt. Tommy Merlyn smirked down at her as he filled her cup, blue eyes sparkling like he’d already had one too many. “What brings the infamous Felicity Smoak to our little old party? I thought you wouldn’t be caught dead at one of these things.”
Felicity rolled her eyes. The guys at school didn’t usually mess with her, not after she’d hacked Max Fuller’s phone sophomore year after he’d been nothing but a dick to her since she first transferred to Starling Prep the beginning of that school year. To be fair though, everyone hated Max Fuller, so she’d gained a certain respect from the incident. And Tommy had always been nice to her, so she allowed him to tease her every now and then. It was his best friend she couldn’t stand.
“My boyfriend thinks watching billionaire spawn get drunk and idiotic is a form of entertainment,” she said over the music, accepting the beer and taking a sip.
Tommy laughed, shaking his head. “If you ever get tired of Seldon, you know where to find me. You know what that goth look does to me.”
He winked and Felicity repressed the laugh that wanted to escape. Tommy really was a good guy, it was too bad he had such rotten taste in friends.
“And what would your heterosexual life mate have to say about that?” she asked, taking a long sip and watching him over the rim.
A/N: Flashbacks are labeled. 100 follower celebration!
Today was a dark day for you. 7 years ago today you lost both of your parents and eventually lost your brother. You laid in bed unwilling to move as you replayed the moment you found your parents over and over. Your head was stuck in a loop that you know you wouldn’t be able to get out of.
You and your brother are coming home for the weekend. He picks you up from your college dorm after arriving home from his latest tour in Iraq. You can hardly contain your excitement in the passenger seat. You can’t wait to see the looks on your parents face when you not just tell them, but show them your brother home safe. You’re walking into your parent’s house fighting with your brother about which one of you, your parent’s were going to be more excited to see. Clearly it would be him but you weren’t going to admit that.
You walk in first to try and find your parents and tell them you had a surprise for them. They knew you were coming home but they didn’t know your brother was. The house is dark and you can’t see anything. You reach to your left to flip on the light. You let out a blood-curdling scream and your brother comes running in the door. He stops when he gets to you. He takes in his surroundings carefully stepping around the shattered glass and broken lamp. He enters the kitchen with you behind him and that’s when you see the blood.