dracodormiensnunquamtittilandus  asked:

The fandom is actually particularly bad. I've been in some bad ones, but this one is worse I think.I never actually took part, but I love the show (especially Jake and Olivia) so i decided to check out the tags and saw so much hate that I just followed a couple of blogs that seemed to be about loving characters and not hating on them and that was it. So thanks for being a great blog and sorry you have to put up with so much hate :)

I think every fandom has its bad apples, and I avoid those bad apples as much as possible. I try to quickly scan tags for graphics. I just don’t understand why people have to be nasty. Especially on a graphic of a couple they loathe. I’ve tried very hard to keep this blog hate-free. 

Magical Moments - Part 1/2

Originally posted by patheticmortal-wtchemicaldefects

Pairing: Scott Lang x Reader

Word Count: 1,984 (Shocking, I know)

Warnings: None

Tagging: @loveitsallineed@peachandpoppyposts@macdiedver@dividedwecantfall @buckys-other-punk @imagine-assembling-the-avengers @fanficqueen306 @dracodormiensnunquamtittilandus

A/N: I thought of this story months ago and finished it in one night. Life got in the way though so I never got to post it. Finally edited it completely so here it is! Any indents within the story are supposed to be past events. 

(Y/F/C) = Your Favorite Color; (Y/H/C) = Your Hair Color; (Y/E/C) = Your Eye Color

Magical, adjective = beautiful or delightful in such a way as to seem removed from everyday life.

Scott Lang had lots of moments in his lifetime.

There were the good moments: Graduating with his Masters in Engineering, marrying Maggie, and successfully hacking Vista to return the stolen money to the victims. 

And there were the bad moments: Being labeled as a criminal, Maggie divorcing him, and going to prison for five years after the renowned “Vista Job.”

Yes, Scott had a lot of moments. But even with all those moments over his lifetime, there are only a couple that he would consider to be magical.

When someone usually uses the word magical it is often associated with literal magic like in a storybook or science fiction novel. When Scott uses it, it is to describe moments so unreal, so perfect, that nothing else matters within that moment in time.

So far, his magical moment count was up to two.

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