despite the distance and the challenges and everything that got thrown their way

Fic 515: Fire Keeper

A little Heavy/Pyro, where Pyro’s a bit exhausted. 

Oh, just a quick note. I’m doing National Novel Writing Month again this year, so my output might be a little slow for the rest of October and November as I finish up my prep and participate in the challenge. I’ll still be writing, but it might be a bit longer between fics. We’ll be back on a regular posting schedule in December.

The sun scowled down upon the parched desert earth and, for the first time in their life, Pyro wondered if perhaps there was such a thing as too hot. Beads of sweat rolled down the back of their neck and had started to pool where the rubber hugged snuggly around their collar bone. Despite the heat, they shivered as the sound of their sweat squelched close to their ears. Down in their boots was a similar feeling. Thick wool socks seemed to cling to them like a second skin and each step felt as if they were walking through a marsh. Their suit, which normally was their protective shield against the world, now felt like the bag that they’d be boiled alive in. Cooked like a sausage under the New Mexico sun.

How much longer was the match going to be?

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Our Birthday Girl (4)

A/N: You should know why you’re here~ ;p

Genre: Pure smut

Pairing: Namjoon x Reader x Jungkook

Soothing his hands up your spine, Jungkook glances down at you, quietly making sure that you’re doing alright. Sure, he’s a tough-handed dom, but that doesn’t mean he’s not attentive to his client. He’s got a heart.

Your breathing is fast, but steady, face flushed and ass and breasts glowing red. But overall, you seem alright, your body nearly pressed flat against him as you attempt to regain the strength in your legs.

“Think you can take my cock in this state?” Jungkook teases, eyebrows raising in challenge when you huff and look up at him. You place your hands on his bare chest and push yourself up, your legs finally having regained feeling.

“Think you can wait any longer before your cock starts weeping?” you respond smartly, your palm pressing flat against his crotch. You can feel how painfully hard he is, his cock straining against his pants, and just your touch alone has him bucking forward.

“You’re really asking for it,” he growls, smacking your hand away. Gaze menacing, he poignantly smacks your already sore ass, causing you to whimper, and he points to the mattress on the other end of the room. “Go.”

For once, not bothering to argue, you turn and slowly make your way over, Jungkook being sure to watch your behind as you go. Once there, you turn and sit on the table, silently waiting for Jungkook to join you, but he remains standing where he is.

“Spread your legs,” he commands, eyes locked on your closed thighs. You blush at the order, looking down to your lap, the insides of your thighs glistening with liquid. You’re a person who is far from modest, most days, but with Jungkook standing in front of you—his shoulders strong and his muscles flexing—your feel very small.

But he doesn’t ask you again, simply stares, and waits. He can see your resolve to speak out against their commands dying, and he knows that you’ll obey. They’ve already crumpled your walls enough. And, just as he thought, after a few seconds you push your legs apart, but refuse to look at him.

“Look at me, Y/N,” he growls, eyes soaking in your body eagerly. You’re so fucking beautiful and you don’t even know it.

Shy, but also complying, you turn and look him in the eye, your core pulsing with want when you see that Jungkook has finally freed his cock from his pants—stroking his length eagerly. Even from this distance you can see the precum that has slipped down his shaft, his dick absolutely begging to be enveloped in your pussy.

“Touch yourself for me.”

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Beloved Jimin


can i request a jimin scenario where you’re dying and he doesn’t know but he’s cheating and you know that so all you want is to spend time with him before you die and he agrees. he comes to realize he’s so in love with you again but he’s out of time. when you die, that’s when he finds out about ur illness and you leave a super heartfelt letter fr him. something really super angsty pls, i wanna cry😭😂 thanks :)

Hi! I’m admin Kim. This will be my first scenario in this blog. I did my best to make your request as angsty as possible. I hope you like it! 

p.s this was such a great idea. 

Originally posted by sweaterpawsjimin

Your body goes numb. Everything from the tip of your fingers to your toes, has no feeling. You walk towards the door like some sort of lifeless creature. You want to get out of the apartment and go home, you want to put as much distance from you and what you had just seen. But you can’t. You don’t even have the strength to make it across the living room. Before your knees give up on you, you manage to make it to the couch.

“Y/n!” Jimin calls after you, certain that you were long gone. He zipped up his pants already grabbing his keys to go and find you. He saw you sitting on the couch, staring at your hands blankly.

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anonymous asked:

Hello sunshine ! If you still taking request,Ive got a weird idea ~ Maybe you can write about the bidders reacting MC being a underground or street fighter and used to earn money with that way ? Maybe one of the business man who will work with bidders recognise her etc. I dont know,its up to you ! Please make MC really badass.We need more strong women in here ~ Also I love your writings.You're really talented and amazing! Love you ~~~~~

I loved this idea so much! I know it took me some time to answer, but I really wanted to make it a good one! I hope it lives up to your expectations and thank you so much for reading my stuff. Love you too!

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Why the finale ruined my favourite character Barney Stinson and the premise of character development

Okay so after 24 hours, and reading some really spot-on bad reviews about HIMYM’s finale, I think I can finally wrap my head around why I was so ridiculously angry (and tbh I’m still seething quite a bit) yesterday upon reading spoilers of the finale. I did not even watch the whole thing. I just scanned through the episode, merely to make myself believe that all the spoilers I read were actually true. I cringed, actually cringed, upon seeing the kids say that Ted “still has the hots for Aunt Robin”. I shut my computer screen at that very moment, in fact. I couldn’t bear to watch it.

My two favourite characters in the entire series are Barney Stinson and Robin Scherbatsky. Robin is very dear to my heart because I consider myself the “Robin” in my circle of friends. One of my friends even joked that I was a lot like her, having studied journalism, and acting more ‘masculine’ than ‘feminine’ in some ways. Robin is such a strong female character, and her development as an individual is crucial, so good for her, particularly in seasons 6-8. A very excellent meta has already been posted about women and how the finale completely and utterly destroyed the characters of Robin, Lily and Tracy, so I encourage you to go read that.

On a side note, the more and more I think about it, even what Robin uttered to Ted about wanting to run away with him was a foreshadowing that the writers were going full circle with the ending (because honestly no matter which way you look at it, what Robin said to Ted about “let’s run away together/everything Barney does are lies” in 9x22 is completely OUT OF CHARACTER considering what she has come to accept is Barney). But I didn’t want to believe it, because that would have been the most idiotic writing decision on the planet. Stupidly, however, the writers actually are idiotic enough to make that decision. So many reviewers and metas have pointed out that going full circle is the most irrational decision to make simply because it no longer makes sense. It is ILLOGICAL, and it completely DESTROYS everything they built the characters out to be for the last nine years.

But above all, if I had to choose, Barney is my favourite, and this is the reason why I’m writing this post. Barney has been a truly phenomenal three-dimensional character, especially if you project his growth since season 1. Neil Patrick Harris won my heart the moment I saw him being a womanising goofball in a sharp suit, and even more so when he was able to, time and time again, portray such complex emotions through this one character. Simply put, he is my favourite because he is the one who has, truly, undergone the most drastic and significant character development out of all five main characters on the show. He has gone from womaniser to committed and thoughtful man. He has discovered who he really is, why he was who he was, kicked his bad habits, and changed; not just because he loves Robin, but because his friends (Lily is one big advisor) have pushed him to see that he can be who he is, deep down, but also be a better person at the same time. And he has done exactly that.

He is, even to the end of the show, in 9x22, the Barney we remember, but a completely different and changed person as a whole. He does crazy things like writing a whole thesis of vows and breathing into a brown bag upside down because he is hyperventilating. But then he has already become a better person, so instead of doing something dumb like running away, he stays, and he admits that he wants to be honest to Robin. The vow he made to Robin came out of the heart of a man whose life has changed, whose character has changed, PERMANENTLY. That kind of change is not thrown out the window, and more importantly, the kind of love that he has for Robin does not die just because distance or time stands in the way. The amount of affection he demonstrated towards Robin over the course of season 5-9 has been astounding to the point that we as fans are made to truly believe with every ounce of emotion we’ve got, that these two are destined, forever. Not just for a period of time, that they are meant to be together for the rest of their lives. Why else would he say that “The Robin” is the last play he would ever run? Why else would he pass on his “Playbook” legacy to two other men to ‘carry it on’? Why else would he admit that he has been broken for a very long time, until Robin came along? Why else would he propose to Robin, if he did not want to be with her for the rest of his life? Why else would he say that he does not need a story to believe in true love anymore, because now he has Robin? Why else would he fight for her and actually even look out for her, to make sure she could stay in New York, and be there for her when she needed someone? All that time, all those moments, everything he did for Robin, was because he really loves her. And don’t you dare tell me that their love is not strong enough to withstand distance and time. I understand that in reality, the divorce rate is very high and more people are getting divorced. And yes, distance can cause difficulty in relationships. So can time. But if you look, just look at what TIME has spanned from the start to the stupid-i-don’t-accept-this-finale ending they gave Barney and Robin, and how across time, their feelings have not changed, their chemistry has not faded, and they have kept loving each other, though they were separated, though they were apart from each other, despite the DISTANCE put between them, and the high stakes, the challenges, the obstacles in their faces. So if we look at ALL THAT, which is a giant and huge pile, mind you, and see with clear eyes that they have withstood all those tests put in front of them, then how can the writers expect us, as fans, to buy the story that they oh, just divorced, and it was no freaking big deal at all. SERIOUSLY? As a HUGE, and I mean, HUGE, fan of those two being together, it was not just a giant slap in the face, it was an evil laugh, a bloody stab in the back, an atrocious ignorance of everything they have put Barney and Robin through, both individually and collectively.

And it’s not just what they put Barney and Robin through as a couple; it’s what they did to Barney Stinson in the finale. It is so insulting of them to make Neil act through his last few scenes as a man who threw his whole life away and went back to his womanising ways, effectively shattering his entire character development across nine years, and make him look like a misogynist and have an illegitimate child, on top of trying to RE-redeem him in the space of less than 60 minutes. From what I’ve seen, Neil has not yet said anything in response to the finale, and I’m really not surprised if he is not completely happy with the ending they have decided to give Barney Stinson, who honestly is the award-winning character of the show.

Character development is the most important thing in any show, to me. If any show lacks a consistency in character development, I immediately feel like leaving the show. HIMYM, to me, demonstrated this very well through Barney, and that, really, above all, is the reason why I stuck by the show from seasons 6 to 9. I only started watching the pilot when season 5 was airing. So think of it this way; the fact that they invalidated all of Barney’s character development to satisfy some personal fantasy and premature plan of theirs is proof that they do not value character development, and that they do not valuethe characters themselves which they have built and created over nine years. So many people have said that the journey is always more important than the ending, because the journey precedes the ending. If the journey is the most important thing to the writers, they would have realised that the ending cannot be what they planned nearly a DECADE ago. Because the journey took them down a different path. A GOOD DIFFERENT PATH, may I add. So if they KNEW THAT, they would not have executed this ending despite having filmed it, despite having the vision for it, 8 years ago.

Storytelling is a fluid process. The best writers write stories as they go along. They make sketches, outlines, rough plans, but the plan is still flexible. It’s there, but it can change. There must be allowance for transformation in time. Because Bays and Thomas, themselves, as writers, would also have changed. Therefore the stories SHOULD rightfully change as THEY themselves change. And IT DID, but AT THE VERY END, they unbelievably, foolishly, astoundingly decided to forget the entire journey they had gone through, as writers and with the characters. And honestly, this is the part that makes me so incredibly outraged.

From what I’ve read online, even Ted/Robin fans are upset with how they’ve ended the show. Now doesn’t that SAY SOMETHING? I can’t imagine how horrible and devastating and ludicrous this finale must be to result in such a response from even the fans of Ted/Robin. It’s clear that even fans of Ted/Robin can see that how they ended the show made absolutely no sense. It’s the stupidest thing in the entire world right now, and I can say that forever, from this day forward, if anyone wants to reference WORST WRITERS OF TV or WORST FINALE OF A TV SHOW, they will first mention How I Met Your Mother. And how stupid it is, to have such a loved and supported show, end on a note that destroys not only their characters, but the reputation and the quality of all its nine seasons? To have just 60 minutes erase all the credibility of their previous episodes, to have 60 minutes cause all the fans and everyone who has ever heard of HIMYM to now think of the show in the worst possible way?  And for me, a person who considers shows like TVD and GG to have the worst TV writers on the face of planet earth, to say that HIMYM trumps all the bad shows as having the worst writers ever, is an abomination. It is an absolute disgrace.

I want Carter and Craig to acknowledge everything the fans and TV reviewers have said about the show that point out every single little detail they have done in this finale that is DOWNRIGHT WRONG. I want them to SEE IT, READ IT, and REALISE THEIR MISTAKES. Because I don’t really care if they career ends right now, or if HIMYD fails, or whatever. I really don’t care about them. But I care to see justice served for the fans, and for the beautiful fictional characters of this show, that is Ted, Marshall, Lily, Robin, Barney and Tracy. For them to make even Ted go back on his word that he does not love Robin anymore in 9x22 is the most contradictory thing I have seen on television. And the reason I want to see justice for the characters is because stories live forever. They live on in our minds, in our hearts, in the fictional universe we create for them. And by gorge, even if we as fans remember these six characters in the best way possible as we had hoped for them, I won’t be satisfied until the writers of How I Met Your Mother apologise for the selfish, thoughtless ending they have given their millions of fans.

anonymous asked:

Sonamy, 6 :)

6. things you said under the stars and in the grass. 

Pairing: SonAmy Boom. 


It was just another night. Just like the night before, and the night before that.

Resting on a lushful carpet of green, she stared up at the moon, and no matter how far she reached, expanding her senses to the point of strain, she knew in her heart that he wasn’t there.

But she couldn’t help but pretend he was.

There were three good reasons why Amy snuck out from the comforts of her home to trek into the cold, dark woods. The first being that when the clouds weren’t veiling the sky, the sight of stars blinking and the moon shimmering through every tree branch was breathtaking, with only part of it hidden. The second reason was that this getaway was a special place where she could avoid everything in her life that brought her down. Amy longed to be free from negativity, she often wished she was one of the stars in the sky, watching the world spin naturally without a care in the world.

Which brought her onto her final reason for being here; she came to this particular spot hoping that he would be there, waiting.

But that was wishful thinking.

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