flame and keys

A Playlist For My Ex

1. It Isn’t Meant To Be - Tame Impala
2. Ocean Breathes Salty - Modest Mouse
3. The Lengths - The Black Keys
4. Waiting To Know You - Fiery Furnaces
5. Trouble - Coldplay
6. All I Need- Radiohead
7. Do You Realize? - The Flaming Lips
8. Mouthful of Diamonds - Phantogram
9. Eventually - Tame Impala
10. 3rd Planet - Modest Mouse
11. Weird Fishes - Radiohead
12. Myth- Beach House
13. Forever Dumb - Surf Curse
14. Yes I’m Changing - Tame Impala
15. This Old Dog- Mac Demarco

‘Cause you’re a sky, 'cause you’re a sky full of stars
I’m gonna give you my heart

I JUST PASSED 800 FOLLOWER! THANK YOU!

I almost can’t believe it, one week ago it was 700… Guys you are crazy and I love you ALL! And I’m still waiting to be talktive, kay? :D I like to run my mouth so message me with anything. 

Finally I managed my first next-gen drawing with a baby Akiko ( From Japanese 晶 (aki) “sparkle”, 明 (aki) “bright” or 秋 (aki) “autumn” combined with 子 (ko) “child”.) She looks like her mom but really acts like her daddy. 
And there will be one boy as well :3 
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Commission info

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Title: Popeye The Sailor #142

Series: Gold Key Comics

Characters: Popeye, Wimpy, Rough House, Swee'Pea, Olive Oyl, Oscar

Noticeably absent characters: Pappy, Bluto, Jeep

Creators: Written by Bill Pearson, Art/Cover/Letterer: George Wildman 

Year: November 1978 King Features Syndicate Inc.

Publisher(s): Gold Key Comics, Western Publishing

Story:
1)      Popeye – Wimpy’s Old Flame – 22 pages 
Popeye helps Wimpy land a girl. Hijinks ensue.

Good/Bad: Good comic. 

Popeye Comics 171 (168) Issues
1-65 Dell Comics 1948-1962
66-80 Gold Key Comics 1962-1966
81-92 King Comics 1966-1967
93 Does Not Exist
94-138 Charlton Comics 1969-1977
139-171 Gold Key/Whitman Comics 1978-1984
(160-161 Do Not Exist) 

SHINee when asked about their sex life

Taemin: “Sex? Oh, I don’t do that stuff. I don’t even know what it is.” *hides*

Originally posted by duwbu

Minho: *Gets topless* “I mean, can’t you tell from the scratches and love bites? The lady can’t get enough of flaming charisma”

Originally posted by colorfulminho

Key: “It’s none of your business what I do with my handcuffs.. I mean sex life!”

Originally posted by daenso

Onew: “I don’t think my girlfriend would ever have sex with me again if I told you about it. But let’s just say it’s beautiful.”

Originally posted by leetaes

Jonghyun: “Sex is sex but I want to make love with someone special some day. Where can I find her?”

Originally posted by ablazedays

Side note: These are hella fun to do! Please send requests in for these gif posts!

Contract~ Nalu oneshot

Set after manga chapter 430.


It had been, of course, a relief to find out Gray had been acting, and was still their friend. It had cheered her up to discover Erza was still fighting, and working with Jellal at that. It turned out that even Gazille and Levy had recruited together in the council.

But there was something about all of this that didn’t sit well with the celestial mage.

“Why didn’t we train together?” Lucy asked, the next time she and Natsu were alone. She had imagined confronting him a million times: screaming, kicking, really letting him have it. She was embarrassed how pathetic her voice sounded.

“Huh?” Natsu asked, as he took a bite out of the chicken leg he was holding. “When?”

“When you left, stupid!” Lucy said, slamming her hand on the table. “All the others stayed together- Gray and Juvia even lived together, for crying out loud! Why did you have to leave me behind?”

That was more like it. She was shaking with emotion and had to take a drink to try and recollect her calm. The fire mage sitting opposite her put down the chicken leg. A wise decision.

“It wasn’t like I wanted to…” he grumbled, eyes averted.

“What?” Lucy asked, stunned. That wasn’t the answer she had been expecting. “You made the decision, not me!”

“I left you a note, didn’t I? Gray just fucked off without saying anything!”

“Do you think that stupid note helped any?” Lucy exclaimed.

Natsu sighed and ruffled his rose coloured-hair. “Look, it wasn’t easy, okay? You don’t know how much I wanted to say bye personally. But you would have never let me leave alone.”

“You didn’t have to leave me behind in the first place!” Lucy gasped.

“Yeah, I did.” Natsu stared directly at her, and his dark eyes were serious.

“Why?” Lucy asked. She refused to cry, dammit!

“Can’t talk about it here,” the dragon slayer said, looking around. “Let’s walk.”

*

There had never been such tension between them before. Sure, they had both been mad, but it was usually stupid arguments, like Natsu barging into her house without warning, or Lucy telling him to have a bath because he stank. This was different. Lucy could feel the nerves pinching the pit of her stomach, and Natsu had his hands thrust deep in his pockets, a scowl on his face.

“Here,” he said, once they had walked deep into the forest, and he sat down suddenly. Lucy didn’t really feel like sitting, but she knelt down anyway, fists bunched on her knees.

There was silence for a moment, and Lucy realised she had to get the ball rolling. “So?”

“Yeah,” Natsu rubbed the back of his neck, and he looked pretty uncomfortable. “Before I tell you, you have to promise me something, okay?”

“What?” Lucy asked sharply, because she didn’t make promises easily.

“You can’t cry or get upset,” Natsu said, staring at her.

“Fine!” Lucy said, biting her lip. “I won’t!”

Natsu looked like he didn’t believe her, and sighed, looking up to the sky. “I guess if I said it was because it was too dangerous, you would get angry, right?”

“Yes,” Lucy nodded. “You need to tell me more than that.”

“Okay,” Natsu took a deep breath, crossing his arms. “You remember the book of Zeref? And how Igneel wanted me to destroy it?”

“Yeah?” Lucy said, confused.

“Well…” Natsu bunched his mouth up, as if he had tasted something sour. “Don’t freak out, okay?”

“Just tell me, Natsu!” Lucy shrieked, “You’re scaring me!”

Natsu looked at her darkly, and then stood up. “I can’t do this. I’m not telling you.”

“Don’t you dare walk away from me!” Lucy shouted, grabbing onto his tunic. “I’ll never forgive you if you do!”

“There are worse things, Lucy…” he said, and his voice was hollow.

“Not to me!” Lucy gasped, and this time she grabbed his hand. “Stop shutting me out, Natsu! Can you imagine how you would feel if I did it to you?”

He blinked and swallowed. He turned, and held Lucy’s hand firmly. “I’m a demon, Lucy.”

The celestial mage swallowed. “Okay…?”

He gauged her reaction, trying to spot any fear in her eyes before continuing.

“One of the worse. I’m a creation of Zeref’s.”

“Oh…” Lucy couldn’t think of how to react to that.

“There’s more. From what I’ve learned, the book can be used to manipulate me. So my powers can be used against others.” Natsu explained, tightening his grip.

“Okay,” Lucy said and her voice wobbled. Her eyes were beginning to fill up.

“You promised,” he whispered, but his own voice was trembling too.

“I’m fine,” she insisted. “So, training?”

Natsu nodded. “I wasn’t sure if I could do anything. Luckily I met Gildarts, and he knows so much magic. I had to do a lot of…mental training. Stuff I’ve never done before.”

Lucy giggled at that. She squeezed his hand, and he was glad she was still smiling.

“But the thing is, the book can activate something in me. Something… bad. I might not be able to fight it. I might hurt people. I might hurt you, Lucy.”

Understanding had begun to seep into her eyes. She swallowed, but nodded. Telling him to go on.

“So, I needed a back up. In case the mind training doesn’t work. Something that would stop… it …  activating. And I had a thought. No magic, no manipulation, right?”

“Uhuh…” Lucy was trembling now, and Natsu pulled her into a hug. “No crying,” he warned. She nodded against his chest, gripping his clothing and he could tell by the tremors from her body that she was fighting it.

“So, I found someone that could teach me how to contain my magic into an object. It was tough, took me nearly six months. It had to be something small, that could be concealed, something that I could trust with another person to protect in case of a fight.”

Natsu held Lucy by the shoulders, so they were eye to eye. She blinked several times, but no tears spilled over. He grinned at her effort.

“So, now you have to make me another promise, Lucy. Or… what do you call it? A… contract! Yeah, a contract.”

“What do you mean?” Lucy sniffed, rubbing her eyes.

Natsu pushed aside his scarf, and Lucy spotted a gold chain. He tugged it out, and revealed a golden key. Using both hands, he snapped it off and handed it to her.

The celestial mage took a sobering breath. It was shaped like all her other keys, and on the white circle was a flame emblem in red.

“I don’t understand…” Lucy whispered. “You’re a demon, not a spirit. Why a key?”

“You gave me the idea,” Natsu grinned. “The baba who taught me the magic said it would be easier if it was an object that I knew well. I thought about my scarf, but it’s too big and obvious.”

He leaned over, tapping the metal. “It looks just like one of yours, so you can disguise it with the others. If it comes to it, and someone tries to manipulate me, I just need you nearby, and I can seal my magic into the key.”

Natsu ruffled his hair embarrassedly. “If you wanna, that is. The problem is I wouldn’t be able to fight, so I’d be relying on the celestial spirits to protect you. But you’ve gotten stronger too, right? Shouldn’t be a problem.”

Lucy rubbed her thumb over the key. “What about you? With no magic, you’re totally open to attack!”

“Hey, I’m still strong you know!” Natsu laughed, punching his palm. “I was training with Gildarts for that too. I’m not gonna let some stupid demon walk all over me!”

“This key is really important, though,” Lucy realised, glancing down at her palm. “If this is the only thing you can lock your power into… are you sure you shouldn’t keep it?”

“Nah, I trust you with it! After all, you’ve looked after your keys all this time. I’d probably lose it or something stupid!”

Lucy laughed, but then realised. “What if I’m not with you? What if it happens when I’m not there?”

“Why wouldn’t you be there?” Natsu asked.

Lucy blushed. “Um, well… what if we got separated, or something? It’s happened before, right?”

Natsu screwed up his face. “Yeah, I guess. You just gotta stick by my side, Lucy. And I won’t let you out of my sight, either.”

“O-okay…” Lucy agreed.

“Great!” Natsu grinned, grabbing Lucy’s hand, curling up her fingers and covering the key inside. “So, make a contract with me, ok? Like the way you did with the others!”