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The One with the Giant Poking Device

Characters - Dean x Reader

Summary - An awkward moment while sharing a bed leads to an interesting morning.

Word Count - 5864

Warnings - Swearing (duh), injury (very slight),smut, oral sex/face riding (female), fingering, unsafe sex (remember irl to wrap it before you tap it)

A\N - This was written for mine and Jill’s Hubba Bubba Birthday writing challenge. Thank you to @sis-tafics for reading through and encouraging me. And a special thank you to @deansdirtylittlesecretsblog for betaing. You ladies are the absolute best!

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Originally posted by jessica-bones-winchester

Long, calloused fingers grip you tightly, digging into your soft curves as his hands pull you flush against his body. The heat spreads, radiating from him to sink into your bones, flowing through you to settle heavily in your center. The strength in the arms wrapping around you, the firmness of his chest against your full breasts, the gentleness of his hands as they caress you, all of it makes your breath slow, your heart race. You can’t hold back the low whine in your throat when you feel his hardening length pressing against your lower belly. He dips his head to nuzzle into your neck, his warm breath fanning over you. He nudges your head back further, the scruff on his jaw a delicious burn on your skin. Soft sighs catch in your throat as his lips glide over you and you can feel his cock twitch against you in response.

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Norm: You wanna tussle? You wanna start a rumble? Insult soup in MY HOUSE? I’ll froggy kick you right in your bitter bouillon cubes! 


[ something seems to be below the surface… ]

[ @ask-team-fancy-pants ]


Pairing/Characters: Loki Laufeyson x Reader!Stark

Guest Apperances: Bucky Barnes, Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, Heimdall, Thor Odinson, Peter Parker, Sam Wilson, Brock Rumlow, Jack Rollins.

Summary: This tale follows the quest of pirate captain Loki Laufeyson, a savvy pirate and Bucky Barnes, a resourceful blacksmith, in their search for reader, (Y/N) Stark. A feared pirate has kidnapped reader, the daughter of the governor. Little do they know, the he along with his crew has been cursed. Doomed for eternity to neither live nor die, unless a blood sacrifice is made.

Warnings: Piracy, kidnapping, violence, murder, love triangle, language. 

Word Count: 1280

A/N: I am not sure about this one… but hey Loki is finally here! Thank you all for reading, i love you all so much! Please,  please tell me what you think. Comment or send a ask/message to me, i would really love it. Or just say hi! 

Updates every Monday & Friday.

Based on Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the Black Pearl.



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To celebrate the glorious return of @meldy-arts to the internet, have some headcanons set in her future AU:

Kai Syndulla:

  • While his hybrid nature is nowhere near as obvious as Dawn’s, his gastrointestinal system isn’t exactly twi’lek or human.
    • This means he can’t eat some things his mum can. Not safely.
  • Like his sister, he was born in space.
  • Like his sister, he’s a bit of a grease monkey
  • Unlike his sister, he isn’t so into piloting. He isn’t too bad, but piloting was always Dawn’s passion. Not his.
  • While he isn’t a bad shot with his Glie-44 blaster pistol (Hera gets both her kids Ryloth-made blasters), he prefers fixing things to breaking them.
    • The galaxy needs a lot of rebuilding!
  • Once, while holed up for a month or two in an old seperatist outpost, his sister, himself and his aunty ‘bine kept themselves occupied by building droids.
    • many of Dawn’s training remotes and his own engineering helper had their first iterations here.
    • The three of them working together made a pretty decent sparring droid from bits of a wrecked magna-guard, a few commando droids and (believe it or not) half a Gonk droid!
      • Rona later added quite a bit to this old friend - without telling Dawn or her sister!
  • Kai is often trailed by droids that want repairs or fancy a tune up.  
    • He knows a fair few kinds of droidspeak, and treats them like equals
  • A (heavily tinkered with) WED Droid helps him repair the ships resistance pilots bash about daily.
    • It also helps with personal projects, since Kai gave it a fair bit more processing power than most repair droids tend to have.
  • Kai has helped Sabine improve the defenses on Lothal after Kylo Ren’s attack on Luke’s New Jedi Order.  He’s very proud of how he tuned up the surface-to-orbit Ion Cannon.

Rona Wren-Bridger:

  • All four of the children got quite a lot of training from Zeb.  While things couldn’t ever be exactly the same, he wanted to pass on some of how he was taught as a kid.  Thus he took all four of them together on a fair few training trips.
    • This includes a number of fun lessons and “fun” lessons.  
      • Protecting your food from your siblings with only a stick and your wits. 
      • How to walk on your hands safely.
      • Setting traps to catch your dinner
      • completing a few simple martial forms while balancing a full bucket of water on your head. Everyone gets soaked. A lot.
    • Rona takes very well to his lessons on stretching and balancing, and works very hard to grow those skills.  Zeb’s rather happy, since those sorts of exercises were considered vital for learning how to be a priest as well as a warrior - and Jedi are basically both!
  • While Kai tend to figure things out while he works on the problem at hand, Rona prefers to spend time thinking through any engineering problem before she starts on it.
    • This means that she isn’t always as upbeat about setbacks as Kai!
  • With R4-SE’s help, she’s done an awful lot of study and research on energy distribution (and disruption) technologies.  This helped her design her lightsaber, since there wasn’t much information in the holocron about the kind of weapon she somehow knew she would wield.
    • It also helps her tune up Dawn’s and Mira’s starfighters!
    • And helps keep the weapons and shields that they need for when the First Order come for them as good as they can be.
  • She actually has the record time for defeating the sparring droid. Mira grumbles good-naturedly that Rona programmed it, so it isn’t exactly an entirely fair competition!

Just a little Doctor x Rose fic I hammered out this morning…the idea popped in my head and I had to get it out. :) I wrote it in a bit of a rush, so sorry…it’s not very polished.

Nine x Rose, Ten x Rose, Twelve X Rose - MultiEra

Rated G - 1526 words - read it on ao3! 

Originally posted by thatcatchingfeeling

One of the things that the Doctor noticed shortly after he brought her on board was that Rose wrote a lot.

It wasn’t anything substantial, really, she certainly wasn’t composing sonnets or writing a novel. They were mostly reminders to herself, little lists or little notes quickly jotted down on whatever paper she could find to help her remember things she may forget. But the Doctor was somewhat less than pleased the first time he found a note taped to the Tardis’ refrigerator a couple of weeks after he took her on board, reminding them to pick up milk when they stopped off on Earth.


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If I die - Six of Crows tribute
Written by toastyhat

Original poem written by @toastyhat ! It’s not very fancy in terms of tune because I’m not a composer in any sense, but this is the tune I read it to when I first saw her post. c:

I finally got around to recording this thing, except funny story, that involved discovering that my parents’ closet is the best place we have to record. He then proceeded to walk in and wonder why the hell his offspring was singing in his closet.

Memories in digital age

Though-provoking perspective, as I live a compulsively digital life and yet fancy tuning-out. And in-between this paradox, life unfolds day after day, with time passing by unaccountably. 

…two key things about memory in the digital age. First, that more and more ephemera seems to be kept online – accidentally or otherwise. Second, that memories are becoming increasingly public – social, even.

The web has become an accessible – and often very public – repository for our lives: a place to store memories, to be reminded, and to find other people’s memories too. For many people, this shared experience raises questions about the nature of memory. Remembering is often a deeply personal event – do we want to experience it collectively?

The fact that PipeOrganKind is just a really fancy tuned up version of Showtime really gets to me. I mean after all of these years, Five years. Five Years, we’ve seen John grow and change, and mature into the kid he is today, while still being himself. He’s still that dorky little prankster that we saw all those years ago. And the fact that after so many years, after so much change, we go back to the very roots of Homestuck with Showtime. And the fact that the music alone, how it’s still the same, yet so different after so long shows us perfectly how John’s changed after all this time.

Andrew Hussie just managed to show so much character development by playing a fucking song.

And this is why I love Homestuck.