damnit hank

callmegallifreya  asked:

HC: The "Don Pines" thing started as a joke, the people that hang around Hank most and are close enough friends to do it started calling him Don and bowing or kissing his hand as a greeting to mess with him. He got used to it and it became a running thing, and then one of the others saw it and was like "Holy crap this is a mob guys we've accidentally joined a mob" and then everyone started doing it. Dipper once showed up, called him Don Pines and kissed his ring in front of everyone.

He does it in front of some n00bs too, and Hank looks at the way too overawed look in their eyes that is going to take forever to get rid of and god damnit Uncle Dipper

We Have a Basement?

I was having this “crisis” where I was unable to write for other people’s OCs for fear of getting their character wrong, so I needed to write something to get me out of that slump, and I wrote a fic about the triplets from the transcendence au (because honestly what else am I going to write for?) finding a hole in the floor. Also, it’s  from Willow’s perspective because I just finished the marvelous Miss Lilly fics. Enjoy?


Willow wasn’t sure what the standard procedure was for finding a mysterious hole in the middle of your hallway, but she was pretty sure it didn’t involve lowering your entire body into it to the point that only your finger tips were holding onto the floorboards and then—because what else is there to do at that point?—letting go. Of course, she didn’t get the chance to say this until Acacia had already done just that.

Willow had heard stories about caves that seemed to go on forever and ever down into the earth, caves that were so deep that if you dropped a stone in the darkness it would take minutes before you heard even the faintest of sounds. Willow wondered for one horrible second if this was somehow one of those caves, but then she heard Acacia’s sneakers slap the ground and she let out her breath.

“Woo!” was Acacia’s cry. “Not dead!”

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