first hunger games


Someday I’ll explain it to you, why they came, why they won’t ever go away. But I’ll tell you how I survive it. I make a list in my head, of all the good things I’ve seen someone do. Every little thing I can remember. It’s like a game. I do it over and over. Gets a little tedious after all these years, but… there are much worse games to play.

Updated masterlist #8

It’s that time again! 

All smut is indicated
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(**) over 100 notes
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(!) over 200 notes
(!!) over 300 notes
(!!!) over 500 notes

(^) over 1000 notes
(^^) over 2000 notes

(^^^) over 27,000 notes

Text AU

You confuse them with Meghan Trainor lyrics (!!)
You loose something stupid (!!)
Messaging the wrong boy (!!)
You love superheroes (!!)
Food mishaps with the baby (!)
you play hide and seek (!)
They think you are ignoring them (!)
Kitchen mishaps (!)
you buy a dog (!)
Harry Potter (***)
Kittens (***)
you give him a heart attack (***)
You have a bad day at school (***)
Calum finding out that you had a seizure but you left your phone at home (***)
You tell him you’re pregnant (***)
1st december (***)
Michael’s black hair (**)
supernatural 5sos part 2.5 (the other parts are found in preferences) (**)

Non smutty visuals

Imagine #1 (Calum) (**)
Imagine #2 (Michael) (*)
Imagine #3 (Ashton) (*)
Imagine #4 (Luke) (*)
Imagine #5 (Calum) (*)
Imagine #6 (Luke) (*)
Imagine #7 (Ashton) (**)
Imagine #8 (Michael) (*)
Imagine #9 (Calum) (**)


you make him cum his pants *smut*  (!!!)
Bus Bunk mishaps  (!!)
You get in a car crash and lose your memory (!)
You get in a car crash and lose your memory part 2 (***)
He thinks you are cheating on him (!)
He thinks you are cheating on him part 2 (!)
Supernatural 5sos (!)
Supernatural 5sos part 2  (***)
Supernatural 5sos part 3  (**)
supernatural 5sos part 4  (**)
supernatural 5sos part 5 (**)
supernatural 5sos part 6 (*)
supernatural 5sos part 7 (*)
supernatural 5sos part 8 (*)
supernatural 5sos part 9 (*)
Pap problems  (!)
Shutting him out (***)
You’re his celebrity crush (***)
Camp half blood AU   (**)
Camp Half-blood part 2 (**)
Camp half blood part 3
having an argument/fight (**)
having a argument/fight part 2 (***)
you like him but to him you are just friends (**)
Part 2 (**)
Love me like you do *song preference*   (**)
Finding out you are pregnant (*)
He’s your best friend but you have a crush on someone else (*)
he is your best friend but you have a crush on someone else part 2 (*)
insecurities (*)
he insults you and the boys defend you (*)
He takes care of you when you are sick
When you’re gone Avril lavigne *song preference* (*)
Natalia Kills-Problem (*)
You ruin me by the veronicas*song preference*


Skype sex with visual  *smut* (***)
My wallflower (Nerd) (*)
My Wallflower Part 2
Luke Vs Ashton (*)
Personal Ashton imagine for wrecking-ball-love
Michael Vs Ashton
Calum Vs Ashton
Golden Compass AU
Ipod shuffle - Still into you
He walks in on your masturbating *smut*  (***)
He walks in on your masturbating part 2 *smut*  (**)
Skype sex with visual *smut* (**)  
Michael smut, overprotective older brother Luke (**)
Single parent (*)
Michael imagine where you’ve been dating a long time but Harry has a thing for you (*)
Secret boyfriend Michael (*)
Michael Imagine Welcome home *smut* (*)
Michael Vs Ashton
You’re just not punk rock enough for me (*)
Bad boy Michael (*)
He’s not that bad (*)
He’s not that bad part 2 (*)
He’s not that bad part 3  *smut* (**)
He’s not that bad part 4
No Sleep of the Wicked
No Sleep of the Wicked
Parenthood is hard
Trying to study
Even though I know you’re lying, I still almost believe you *requested*
You saved me from myself
I like you, not him. *smut* (***)
Neighbour (*)
Luke imagine Dont you forget me (*)
Luke Imagine Panic attack (*)
Skype sex with visual *smut* (*)
Luke imagine shower sex  *smut* (*)
Married at first sight (*)
The Hunger Games (*)
Backstage fun *smut*
Luke song imagine “Our July in the Rain” by He is We
Luke Imagine Not so secret relationship
Luke Imagine you like him but he doesn’t feel the same
Luke has a headache
Badly written imagine
Silent treatment from him (**)
Happy New Year (**)
Mad at Calum (*)
Secret love affair with Calum (*)
Jock meets Nerd (**)
personal Calum visual imagine for hoodswhisper *smut*
Calum imagine He has a headache
Calum Vs Ashton

Bad Boy werewolf michael (!!)
Fate is not our friend Ashton werewolf
Mr Nerd is my soul mate Luke  (***)

Random posts

Ashton doesn’t like cats (^^)
Michael’s voice (^)
5 members of one direction (^^^)
Zayn leaving (!!!)
My friend and I on the phone (***)
What’s ‘wrong’ about she’s kinda hot (!!)
Michael’s porn tash (!!)
My reaction to the skh ep (!)
Michael is too precious (!)
Return of red Michael (!)
Michael’s reflection (***)
Luke is rude (***)
Calum in glasses (!!!)
Ashton in glasses (!!)
toasted Ashton (!!)
Return of Brashton (^)
Ashton winking/kissing  (!!!)


Dry humping (!)
People in chairs have more fun (!)
Yes sir!  (!)
We dont need the bedroom (!)
Eating out (***)
Teasing (***)
Keep your underwear on (***)
Bath/shower (**)
Under the table fun (**)
Midnight at the pool (**)
Lingerie (**)
Lets go to the kitchen! (**)
Against the wall  (**)
Thigh riding (**)
Car sex  (**)
Do you want to be a cowgirl? (*)
Angry fun  (*)
Squirting (*)
Bondage  (*)
Holding Hands (*)
Orgasm  (*)
Fingering (**)
FxFxM threesome (*)
Wedding night (*)
MXMXF threesome (*)
Grinding (*)


Updated 10/8/17

Dick Grayson

Jason Todd

Tim Drake

Damian Wayne

Bruce Wayne

Stephanie Brown

Batboys + Batsis

Wally West

Clark Kent

Conner Kent

Peter Parker

Steve Rogers

I swear if I see one more person compare that fyre festival to the hunger games I’m gonna re-enact that “ read the book ” gif like first of all, why the fuck do we have this constant need to compare shitty events to fandoms? not to be “ that asshole ” but in some situations yall need to come back to reality.

second of all its literally nothing like the hunger games. first of all the island they’re at isn’t some god damn uninhabited destitute island there’s a town like ten minutes away from the festival grounds. people tweeting they’re hiding in their tent and trying to figure out how to make weapons binch stfu you aren’t on naked and afraid, take your shit and go to the town and kindly offer compensation to anyone who can offer you shelter until you can leave.

these mf are acting like the festival grounds are the entire island and they’re required by law to stay there so they’ve gone all lord of the flies in the span of like a day.

the only people I have sympathy for are the Bahamian’s that are gonna probably somehow be blamed for all this and stuck cleaning the damages with nothing to show but a massive dent in their tourism cause you dumb mother fuckers decided to loose your fucking minds because you weren’t getting spa treatments and rentable yachts fuck off.

Points of View (First, Second, Third Person)

Point of view may seem like a small and unimportant detail in the grand scheme of things when creating a story, but is an important decision that should be considered before writing can begin. It usually isn’t something that the reader will take notice of when done well, but the different styles lend themselves to different kinds of stories. I’m going to talk about the different kinds of POVs, and the pros and cons of each type.

The first kind is First Person. Writing in First Person combines the narrator and protagonist. Narration takes the form of the character’s thoughts, and uses pronouns such as “I”, “Me”, “Us”, and “We”. This style is very immersive and it is great for misleading the audience. Because they only ever get to experience the world through the narrator’s eyes, it gives the author plenty of ways to misdirect and trick the audience. This can also be a bit constraining, as being stuck to one perspective means that the author now has to find a way to put the narrator into every single important scene in the story. 

One good example of a series told in First Person is “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins. The narrator is Katniss Everdeen, and the audience stays in her perspective throughout the three books. We hear of scenes that happen in the background, but we do not get to experience them. When Katniss is in the Arena we do not hear of events happening at home, in the rebel headquarters, or in the President’s palace until Katniss does. (Note: As movies are rarely shot in First Person, the adaptation of the series does not follow this rule, and these other scenes are shown to the audience)

The second kind is Second Person. I’m not going to lie, Second Person sucks. Nobody likes Second Person. Writing in Second person has the narrator speak directly to the audience, and mainly uses the pronoun “you”. Second Person is not preferable when writing, and is best used in small doses. It’s mainly used for breaking the fourth wall, and can bring some humor into your writing. 

A good example of a series that used Second Person well is “A Series of Unfortunate Events” by Lemony Snicket. The series has multiple reoccurring jokes involving the narrator, Mr. Snicket himself, speaking to the audience. Some of the most memorable ones include: trying to dissuade the reader from reading the book, and giving silly definitions for some of the more complicated words in the story. The entirety of the narration does not take place in Second Person, but where it is used adds to the enjoyment of the story. (Note: Both the TV and Movie adaptation have included this aspect of the story in their narratives, although the show puts more emphasis on the humor of the narration style.)

The third kind is the most popular, and it comes in two different forms, Third Person Limited and Third Person Omniscient. Both use pronouns such as “he”, “she” and “they” in their narration. We’ll talk about Third Person Limited first.

Third Person Limited has the narrator telling the story from an outside perspective while still being largely tethered to one character. It is functionally similar to First Person narration, although it is not as restrictive. It is possible for Third Person Limited to shift focus to a background character for a short time a few times during the story, where plot points can be revealed to the audience without the protagonist having to be there. 

An example of this style is shown in the “Harry Potter” series by J K Rowling. While most of the story takes place though Harry’s perspective, it is not directly through his eyes. Most if not all of the books has one chapter not from Harry’s perspective but from the perspectives of other minor characters: Vernon Dursley, the British Prime Minister, a Groundskeeper. While these scenes do not have much of an effect on the overarching plot, they act as a teaser for what will happen and also offer some use as worldbuilding.

Third Person Omniscient has the narrator telling the story from an outside perspective, giving equal insight into the minds of the central characters. This style gives the reader knowledge of everything that is going on with the different characters. This style does not work well with plot twists. Most of the suspense and anticipation has to come from a genuine fear for the characters’ safety. This style leaves the most room for mistakes, and the author must be extra careful to avoid conventions when writing stories in this style. Another more logistical issue is the juggling of the different points of view, deciding when to cut between perspectives and how often to revisit them. 

Possibly the most well known example of a series told in this style is “A Song of Ice and Fire” by George R R Martin. Each book flits between several points of view, and no perspective is more or less in depth than the others. The story is very complex with hundreds of minor and background characters, and the various characters’ chances of survival accounts for the majority of the suspense in the series.