Summary: Dans visiting family in the states and is having a bit of trouble getting to his destination. That’s when he meets Phil on the side of the road. The situation was meant to be temporary and short but there are a few complications.
Summary: Dan finds that capitalizing some words that aren’t supposed to be capitalized changes the whole meaning of the word, and goes most of his life keeping it his little secret until Phil notices it. Then things become a whole lot better.
Summary: Dan and Phil live in a world where magic exists. They’ve grown up together in a same small town and have learned to hate each other. One day a ‘witch’ casts a spell on them to make them switch bodies with each other. They spell can’t be undone until they learn to get along.
Summary: “As a twenty-two year old failing writer who occasionally rocked up to work at his friends book store, it wasn’t much of a surprise really that Dan often fell in what he liked to call a ‘state of existential crisis’ but Pj preferred to call it a ‘state of depression’ which it really wasn’t, in all fairness. But at the same time, it really was.”
Summary: Phil and Dan are in Spanish class, and Dan asks him to translate something that isn’t in the book. Phil finally learns the meaning of his words when they’re home, and it takes him by surprise. But what will the ebony-haired boy do about it?
Summary: Phil takes Dan’s hand as they enter the party, already in full swing, pulling him through the crowd. It’s a reasonable thing to do, something they’ve done before, even, later into more private parties, but Dan can still feel his hand start to sweat. He registers surprised looks from a group of acquaintances as they brush by, studiously ignores it.
Summary: Since Dan and Phil’s return from Australia, they had a little bit of time off after wrapping some lengthy projects and collabs. A week together takes an interesting turn, when Phil wakes early one morning, discovering that Dan had particular listening preferences - as does Phil.
OKAY SO ME AND MY FRIEND WERE TALKING ABOUT HOW WE WISH WE COULD ESCAPE DURING THE SUMMER TO A PLACE WITH OTHER FANGIRLS, AND THEN THAT GOT ME THINKING WHY NOT A SUMMER CAMP FOR FANGIRLS? LIKE INSTEAD OF BEING OUTSIDE WE’RE ALL INSIDE AIR CONDITIONED CABINS WITH WIFI, AND THERE ARE LIKE HOUSE GROUPS FOR ALL FANDOMS AND EACH YEAR THERE’S A COMPETITION FOR THEM AND WHICHEVER HOUSE GROUP WINS MEETS SOMONE OF IMPORTANCE TO THE FANDOMS, THERE ARE ALSO COUNCILLORS ON STANDBY FOR PEOPLE WHO JUST HAVE RANDOM FEELS ATTACKS. ANYONE WHO MAKES RACIST, SEXIST OR HOMOPHOBIC COMMENTS GETS KICKED OUT (though I doubt any of us will) AND THERE IS JUST PIZZA AVAILABLE ALL DAY. ALL GENDERS AND SEXUALITIES WELCOMED
New photos of Ed from the other night at the TCA ABC Summer Press Tour!!
I feel like all I’m posting at the moment is Ed related things, I apologise! It’s just he seems to be the one with the most new photos recently! Hahah, I’m sure you’ll all live with photos like these though;)