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It was never easy for you to live with them, even when they’re your family and respect you the way you are.
Rick took always care of you, especially during your heat what was and will always be an awkward situation between the two of you. But you handled the situations well, even with the weird sexual tension in your heat.
Everything went so well since you’re in Alexandria where you can hide in the cell Morgan built when you’ve to, until you meet another Alpha.


Like the king of the world Negan steps out of the RV, his intense smell of power and dominance making you shiver. Instinctively you press closer to Rick who somehow tries to cover you and your scent.
But it’s pointless.
Even when Negan wouldn’t be that powerful, he’d for sure notice what you are.
And that scares you.
“Hi, you’re Rick, right?” Negan asks unnecessarily, his eyes shifting to you. “I’m Negan and I do not appreciate you killing my men..”
His voice, the subliminal growl in it, mixed with the fear and slight anger you can smell on Rick, letting you whimper. Submissive you stare at the ground as Negan’s flashing eyes catch yours.
“What do we’ve here?” Negan purrs and crouches down in front of you. “A little Omega. Fuck, I thought you’d be all fuckin’ dead by now.”
“Leave her.” Rick growls while you feel torn between the two Alphas.
Angrily Negan clicks his tongue and raises his finger to shut up Rick. “Look at me, Omega.”
You do what he wanted, having no choice even when he wouldn’t be an Alpha.
“Good, you listen.” Appreciatively he nods, his finger sliding over your stomach now. “Does our Rick take care of you… and your needs?”
A blush creeps over your face and you look back to the ground, nodding and shaking your head at the same time.
“Fuck Rick, how do you resist her?” He asks amused, his glowing eyes still on you. “She isn’t even in her heat and I want to ping pong my dick all over her.”
Another whimper is leaving your throat as a well known warm feeling spreads in your lower abdomen. Rick hisses a growl at Negan, at you, at the whole situation, but doesn’t stop you as you press yourself closer to him.
“That’s not how it fucking works. Not anymore.” Negan pulls you back in line, his hands still resting on your shoulders. “Would you like me to take care of you?”
Against your will, the animal instincts took over, you nod as Negan suddenly grabs your chin.
“Speak when your spoken to.”
“Y-yes, Neg.. Alpha.” You respond quickly and he smirks satisfied, standing up.
Rick next to you gasps shocked and kind of hurted.
“Al-fucking-right, let’s go back to business.”

What have you done?

anonymous asked:

what would your name be had you been born a girl?

Katherine or Stella. I was almost named Dallas because my mother adores The Outsiders, but my father didn’t let her and being the narcissist that he was, he named me after himself. Dallas McNulty is such a cool name though. I’d be almost too powerful with a name like that. Daniel is a bit of a soft name. 

Solar System: 10 Things to Know This Week

State of the Solar System: 10 quick updates from around our galactic neighborhood.

1. Powered by the Sun

Fifty-nine years ago, Vanguard 1 launched to demonstrate a new spacecraft technology – solar power. We’ve been going farther and for longer ever since.

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2. Mapping Mercury

A big week in history for exploration of the innermost planet. On March 16, 1975, our Mariner 10 made its third and final flyby of Mercury. One day and 36 years later, MESSENGER became the first spacecraft to orbit Mercury. Next up: ESA’s BepiColumbo, undergoing testing now, is set to launch for Mercury in 2018.

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3. Return to Venus

U.S. and Russian scientists are discussing a planned revival of the successful Venera program that revealed much about Venus in the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Meanwhile, Japan’s Akatsuki orbiter continues to study our sister planet.

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4. Rocket Power

Back on Earth 91 years ago (March 16, 1926), inventor and dreamer Robet Goddard changed the world forever with the first test of a liquid-fueled rocket. We’ve been going farther and faster ever since.

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5. Moon Watch

Our Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has been sending a steady stream of high-resolution images back to Earth for more than seven years.

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6. Busy Mars

There are currently five orbiters (Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Mars Odyssey, MAVEN, ESA’s Mars Express and India’s Mars Orbiter Mission) and two rovers (Curiosity and Opportunity) exploring Mars, making it second only to Earth in the number of robotic spacecraft studying its secrets.

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7. Vote for Jupiter

Polls close today (March 20) so vote not to point a real spacecraft camera at Jupiter during the mission’s 5th perijove pass.

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8. Science to the Last Second

In a little less than six months, our Cassini orbiter will plunge into Saturn as a spectacular finale to its 19-year mission – but not before it embarks on a completely new mission into unexplored space between Saturn and its mighty rings.

+More on Cassini’s Grand Finale

9. By George?

Happy belated birthday to Uranus, discovered on March 13, 1781 by William Herschel. The English astronomer wanted to name his discovery – the first planet discovered in recorded history – “Georgium Sidus” after England’s King George III. But he was overruled, and astronomer stuck with traditional mythological names – creating an opportunity for 263 years of student jokes at the expense of the ice giant planet’s name.

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10. Go Farther

The round trip light time from Voyager 1 to Earth is more than 38 hours. Voyager 1 is almost 13 billion miles from our home planet.

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Power Rangers (2017) Movie Review: SPOILERS!

It’s been 20 long years since the Power Rangers were last featured on the silver screen, and they’re finally back in this big-budget reboot film based on the original series. Featuring a perfectly-balanced cast of both well-known actors and newcomers, this movie does a good job at recreating the essence of the show, while also building its own cinematic universe for potential sequels.

Without further ado, It’s Morphin’ Time! Spoilers after the cut!

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