flavoured crisps

why bisexuals shouldn't marry each other
  • Me: hey, which flavour of crisps you want?
  • husband: what is there?
  • me: salt and vinegar or lime and black pepper
  • me: I like both flavours, so I don't -
  • husband: I know you like both flavours
  • me: omg, why - why are you like this. just. pick. just pick a flavour
  • husband: *laughing*
  • me: i'm asking a bisexual to choose. just - just - fuck you.

anonymous asked:

I forgot that even in Canada you call crisps chips and I was thinking of chips (uh, fries? steak fries? thicker chips than the skinny shit you get in america but i forget what you guys call them) and was thinking ketchup on chips is pretty nice, so I didn't get why you were saying it was gross, but ketchup flavoured crisps do sound pretty gross

I think they are really gross…I remember sometimes during elementary school, teachers would bring a value pack of chips to school for a treat, and there was a mad scramble to grab the ruffles, lays, and cheetos because if you were too slow you’d be left with the ketchup chips bc an average of only 1-2 people actually liked them so there’d just be a huge pile of ketchup chip bags left in the box and they’d sit there uneaten because THEYRE GROSS (and then the one or two ppl who actually liked them were having a field day bc there would be so many leftover that nobody wanted and they got to have more lol)

and yeah we call your chips fries! and they’re pretty good with ketchup uvu I still prefer plum sauce instead though

Just A Regular Hang Out - Dylan & Cole Fluff

Request: A nice Dylan and Cole one with the reader, a fluff moment of simplicity where their just hanging out, and things are normal? Maybe their debating what to watch on TV. Or for some drama the reader is sneaking them out of a public place so they don’t get bombarded with intrusive fans.

Warnings: Mild language

NotesI have never in my life said crisps 😂

Tag List: @xbobaaa @superoriginalteenwolf @jbrhs-princess @kindfloweroflove@katshrev @itsbee63 @lost-in-wonderland-x @princessal @love-darren-criss1234 


*YOUR P.O.V*

A laugh escaped my lips as Dylan snatched the tv remote out of Cole’s hand.

“We’re not watching the fucking discovery channel,” Dylan huffed as he flicked the channel for the 100th time. 

“Ooh, Orange Is the New Black is on. Can we please watch it?” I asked, as I saw the title appear on the tv screen. 

“It’s just a repeat from a few weeks ago - there’s no point if we’ve already seen it,” Cole whines, slumping further down the couch, that we were all sitting on. I was in between them with my legs were to my chest and arms were crossing over my legs, as I shared a blanket with Cole. We’ve all sat on the same couch for about an hour - debating what to watch. We flicked from Netflix to regular tv, but still found nothing we needed to watch.

“Fine, how about we just settle on ‘Once Upon A Time’?” Cole suggests as the title of the show appeared on the screen. 

“Ooh yes please,” I smile, looming over at Dylan, who still had the remote. 

“Fine, only because this one’s a good episode,” Dylan finally gave in, leaning over and placing the remote on the coffee table, that was situated in front of the couch.

“Right, who wants food?” I ask as the adverts start up, pushing off the blanket and getting up from where I was sitting. 

“Me!” they both shout, causing me to laugh at them again and walk to their kitchen. I searched in the pantry and found a bag of flavoured crisps, as well as a bag of M&M’s. 

“Okay, so we have crisps and M&M’s. Which one?” I call out from the kitchen. 

“Crisps,” they both reply, in their cutesty American accent. Coming back in time for when the show started up again, I sat back in my seat and opened up the bag, to which Cole snatched it and took a handfull of them. I just giggle and shake my head at him, paying my attention back to the show. 

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—–

The show finished, and it was getting quite late.

“Hey, do ya’ll mind if I crash here for the night?”

“Of course not! You don’t have to keep asking,” Cole laughs, getting up and stretching. I smile and thank him, making my way to the guest bedroom. A few minutes later, Cole knocked on my door;

“Hey, I - uh - have a few spare clothes from last time you were here,” he smiled, walking over to me and handing my my clothes. 

“Thanks, Cole. I completely forgot that these were here,” I laughed, and so did Cole.

“Well, I’ll leave you to it then,” he smiles and walks out the room, closing the door behind him.  

anonymous asked:

Could you write a story where Darvey is together but no one knows yet and there's a gala or some fancy party at PSL and someone (mike, rachel, louis) catch them together in one of their offices? Thank u! I love your stories :)

The Celebration - Rated M. (Beta’d)

It was natural, that eventually they’d celebrate the change over. Of Jessica leaving. Of Harvey taking over. Of him taking the reigns.

No less than one calendar year later, the firm was finally standing alone, without the aid of anyone, or anything, and although it was a little late coming in their eyes, the celebration marked the first year of Specter & Litt being a successful business and something to be proud of. 

It had been a hard slog, pulling at every last nerve, but together, as a family, they made it work.

Long gone were the days of anguish and falling under the weight of obstacles being thrown at them.

Donna, in particular, was eager to celebrate. She had been planning this particular party for months. The food, the decorations, the music - a neo-jazz band with a name about town and Harvey’s particular interest - and a shiny new prospective client list for Harvey, Mike and Louis to eagerly sink their teeth into.

Everything had to be especially perfect because the firm was now hers, just as much as it was Harvey’s and Louis’s. She made sure that everything was to the very letter. She had decided to hold the party in the Library and research areas of their main ‘Associate’ floor, which over the past few months had begun to fill more than she’d seen it do in over two years. More and more young Associates, hungry Partners and solid Administration flooded through the doors with every month that passed between Jessica being disbarred and their pact to get the firm back to a newer kind of glory.

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Lady Madonna (Overdub Track)
The Beatles

February 3rd + 6th, 1968 (Studio 1, EMI Studios, London): The Beatles record overdubs for ‘Lady Madonna’ - including George suggesting Marmite-flavoured crisps, John, Paul, and George vocalising a brass combo through cupped hands, and John and Paul playing around with the last mee-eet

jared kleinman headcanons!!

its yo boi jared kleinmeme

i am so so so sorry

the meme king himself:

-he does allnighters all the time

-normally to play LoL or Splatoon

-sometimes he plays WoW

-and this one time he locked himself in his room with 5 bags of crisps and 3 bags of bathbombs and some pot and did a run through of all the episodes of TWD

-he has so many TWD posters in his room

-and so many Splatoon posters

-and pot

-this is really off-subject im sorry

-he goes to school very late

-like in regestration, he’s taking a shower

-an hour long shower

-evan scolds him lots and calls him a whale killer

-he eats crisps for breakfast

-crisps in bread

-crisps in bed ;)))))

-he tried making bath bomb flavoured crisps once, in the science lab with the gang™

-they all got suspended for a week because of this

-jared’s the middle child and his parents don’t care about him so he does what he wants ;-;

-he doesn’t actually have a routine tbh

-jared you bab

-he ditches school lots

-and his grades hate him

-and jared is v insecure so he confides in the gang™

-he prefers his friends over his family

-lov the cronch

cool fun ask meme

1. what is your name?
2. how old are you?
3. what is your middle name?
4. what is your zodiac sign?
5. opinions on other zodiac signs?
6. what is a fun fact about you?
7. where do you live?
8. were you or any of your family born somewhere else?
9. what countries have you been to?
10. what countries would you like to go to?
11. what place within your own country would you like to go to?
12. what songs have you been listening to?
13. what are you listening to right now?
14. what is your favourite song right now?
15. what is your favourite album?
16. what languages can you speak?
17. what languages are spoken where you live?
18. what languages are you learning?
19. what languages would you like to learn?
20. write something in another language.
21. do you like to sing?
22. do you like to dance?
23. can you play any instruments?
24. what instruments would you like to learn?
25. what are you reading right now?
26. what is your favourite book? book series?
27. what books would you recommend?
28. standalone book or book series?
29. have you read the harry potter books?
30. what was the last film you watched?
31. do you prefer watching films are the cinema or on dvd?
32. what do you get to eat at the cinema?
33. what is your favourite film?
34. favourite ice cream flavour?
35. favourite pizza topping?
36. favourite crisp flavour?
37. favourite kind of chocolate?
38. favourite food from another country?
39. what are some stereotypes about where you live?
40. talk about the culture/traditions/history of your country?
41. talk about the food in your country?
42. do you know the words to your national anthem?
43. are you religious?
44. what are you scared of?
45. what makes you happy?

Duterte faces nationwide revolt over drugs war after killing of schoolboy sparks outrage

A horrifying image of a schoolboy being dragged to a violent death in a dirty alleyway has galvanised the Philippines against a brutal state-led war on drugs that has killed over 12,500 people in the last year.

For a nation now largely immune to the bloodied corpses of alleged small time drugs users and dealers dumped on the streets, the graphic reports of the final moments of Kian Delos Santos, 17, who was allegedly shot three times by undercover police officers, have been too much to bear.

His killing last week has united the public, senior politicians and the Catholic Church into the most significant sweep of mass protests since President Rodrigo Duterte pushed for a savage crackdown on drugs after his election last June.

Most of the 12,500 casualties have been killed by masked assassins.  An estimated 3,500 have been killed in police shoot-outs, which officers often claim were self-defence.

Protesters wearing masks depicting victims of extra judicial killings taking part in a demonstration against the killings of suspected drug users in Manila Credit: AFP

In the case of Delos Santos, the police initially claimed he had fired first.

But their story was contradicted by witnesses and CCTV footage that showed the teenager being dragged down alleyways into a dead-end corner where he was asked to run with a gun, and shot when he did.

He was heard screaming “Please can I go home, I have school tomorrow.”

Delos Santos is one of 81 people killed last week during mass police raids in what was the bloodiest period of the drugs war so far. His bullet-ridden, semi-naked body was found in a foetal position with a gun in his hand.  

Speaking to Rappler news, his parents, Saldy and Lorenza, said he was a well-behaved teenager who loved watching YouTube and who helped with the family shop. His only vice was eating cheese-flavoured crisps.

Protesters display placards and candles outside the wake for slain Delos Santos Credit: AP

On the night he died, his father gave him a prescient warning to come home early. “You know how it is on our street, it could be dangerous,” Saldy said.

Images of his devastated parents, comforting each other by his open casket have since dominated the local media. “I need to speak up for my son,” Lorenza told reporters.

Saldy Delos Santos hit out at police attempts to smear his son’s name by alleging he was a drugs runner. “We are the victims here. We are the ones you should help,” he said.

Several children have been caught in the crossfire of the drugs war, but the killing of Delos Santos has resonated in a way that none other has done before.

Saldy Delos Santos comforts his son’s girlfriend at his wake  Credit: AP

Church leaders have led the outcry, pledging to ring church bells every evening in protest. The senate has launched an inquiry into the escalation in killings, and people have gathered in candlelit vigils.

Vice-president Leni Robredo, said Delos Santos could have been her own child. “How many Kians have we had? How many more Kians will follow?” she asked.

Three police officers, suspected of the murder, are currently in custody while the case is probed. Mr Duterte’s hardline stance wavered on Monday when he said if they were guilty they would “rot in jail.”

Meanwhile the poignancy of his son’s future ambitions are not lost on Delos Santos’ father.

“They killed an innocent child. And to think, he wanted to be a policeman,” he said.

remaining-head-spirits  asked:

give me robin and viv under the mistletoe bc my body needs that vomit inducing sweet flavour .

hhhow aboyut a crisp Chrisymas high five insteAD uerintknbrubegrkuhbrltgletrhb

The Quill Seal Of Approval Awards - The Best Of 2017

It’s an established scientific fact that the real world is horrible. Full of nasty, hideous and deeply unpleasant things like racism, corruption, global warming, terrorism and prawn flavoured crisps. No wonder more and more of us are turning to the world of fiction to escape from our unhappy lives.

Yes a number of good stories have come out this year, and as it’s the last day of 2017, it’s time once again for the Quill Seal of Approval Awards. Where I pick my personal favourite stories of the year and hopefully persuade you to give them a try if you haven’t already.

Before we start, two things. One, this is my list. If you disagree with my choices, that’s absolutely fine. Go make your own list. And two, full disclosure, I haven’t been able to see everything 2017 has to offer for one reason or another. So please don’t be angry at me because movies like Get Out aren’t on this list. I’m sure Get Out is as brilliant as everyone says it is and I’m sure it would win a Quill Seal of Approval Award. I just never got around to watching it this year (also fuck you Golden Globes. Satirical horror is not the same thing as comedy horror. From what I’ve heard, Get Out is not remotely like, say, Shaun Of The Dead or Zombieland. Satire is not synonymous with comedy, you know? It doesn’t need to make you laugh. That’s not a requirement of satire. I mean look at Black Mirror. That’s satirical. What about George Orwell’s Animal Farm? That’s satirical. Would anyone ever consider either of those to be comedies? No! Of course not! Do you know why? Because they’re fucking depressing, that’s why! If you thought either of those were funny, you require serious psychiatric attention, you sicko!)

I’m sorry, I went off on a total tangent then. What were we talking about?

A Series Of Unfortunate Events (TV Series)

There had been rumours for ages that we were going to see another attempt to adapt Daniel Handler’s post-modern series of gothic children’s books after the painfully lacklustre movie starring Jim Carrey, and on Friday the 13th January (on my birthday! EEEEEEE!!!), we saw Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events arrive on Netflix. Speaking as a massive fan of the books, I absolutely adored this adaptation. TV is just such a better medium for the Baudelaires than the movie was.

Adapting the first four books of the series, Season 1 follows Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire, having recently lost their parents in a terrible fire, trying to keep their fortune out of the clutches of Count Olaf; a vile villain and even worse actor. The series is being adapted by Barry Sonnenfield and Daniel Handler himself, and not only remains close to the original source material, but also expands on it thanks to the TV medium. It also boasts a great cast. Neil Patrick Harris is incredible as the villain Count Olaf, able to walk the line between comic and sinister effortlessly. Malina Weissman and Louis Hynes are both great as Violet and Klaus, and share excellent chemistry on-screen, selling the sibling affection better than the movie did. There’s also Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket, who offers deadpan comic narration, as well as K. Todd Freeman as the incompetent Mr. Poe, Aasi Mandvi as the eccentric Uncle Monty, Alfre Woodard as the petrified Aunt Josephine and Catherine O’Hara as the perfectly innocent, I swear, optometrist Doctor Orwell.

Admittedly this may not be to everyone’s taste, but if you’re into family friendly viewing that intelligently mixes both the surreal and the macabre, then I’d say definitely check out A Series Of Unfortunate Events. It’s perfectly wretched :)

Wonder Woman

Warner Bros and DC may have completely fucked up their shared universe thanks to the total cock-up of Justice League, but one good thing did come out of the DC Extended Universe this year. Wonder Woman.

Finally making her cinematic debut, Wonder Woman is definitely one of the strongest superhero movies to be released in recent memory. Patty Jenkins does an amazing job bringing this feminist icon to life and Gal Gadot gives quite possibly one of the best performances in any superhero movie to date. This naive, but passionate warrior who takes it upon herself to try and save the world from the evil influence of the Greek God Ares. But what I especially appreciated was how the movie went beyond the simple hero vs villain story and really created something both powerful and socially relevant with its themes of love and sacrifice. The main takeaway from the film is that evil isn’t an external force or outside threat. It’s something that exists in all of us. We all have the capacity for violence and treachery, but if we could all just learn to love and support each other, and work together, we could help change things for the better. It sounds incredibly hokey when you say it out loud, but the movie conveys it extremely well.

If you haven’t already, definitely check out Wonder Woman. It boasts a strong female protagonist and an intelligently written and emotional story with a noticeable lack of the sexist tropes and cliches you’d normally find in these kinds of movies. Hopefully Wonder Woman will be the start of a whole new wave of female talent both in front of and behind the camera (and when I say women, I don’t just mean white women… please! Feminism only works if all women benefit from it after all. Let’s see some more women of colour in the director’s chair and on the red carpet).

War For The Planet Of The Apes

The long awaited conclusion to Caesar’s story, War For The Planet Of The Apes is simultaneously both the darkest and the funniest of the rebooted Planet Of The Apes movies. As the human race lash out against the apes in their desperate bid to survive, we see Caesar face his ultimate test. Will he lead his tribe to salvation or be consumed by inner darkness just as Koba did in the previous movie?

While not the strongest movie in the Caesar trilogy, it’s still exceptionally good. Andy Serkis gives the best performance so far as Caesar, and you really feel for him as he undergoes his inner conflict. He’s by far one of the strongest protagonists to come out of a Hollywood blockbuster, and War serves as a fitting end to his story. Director Matt Reeves continues to make us care deeply for the apes’ survival, with characters like Maurice, Rocket and newcomer Bad Ape providing many touching and comedic moments to alleviate the tension and darkness. We also see some strong human characters, such as the mute Nova, played by Amiah Miller, and the antagonistic Colonel, played by Woody Harrelson, who definitely stand head and shoulders above the other human characters in the previous films.

A lot of filmmakers could learn a thing or two from these films. 20th Century Fox should be immensely proud of this trilogy, and I hope the franchise will remain this intelligent and impactful in the future.

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

No! Stop it! I can see you sniggering! ‘Oh! Quill honestly thinks this puerile kids movie full of toilet gags is worthy of some kind of award, does he?’ Well, actually yes. Yes I do. And before you judge me, have you actually watched the movie? No. I didn’t think so. So why don’t you get off your high horse and go into this with an open mind because I’ll think you’ll find Captain Underpants is one of the best kids movies ever, so there!

Based on the popular (and surprisingly controversial) series of children’s books written by Dav Pilkey about two troublemaking schoolchildren, George and Harold, who hypnotise their mean principal into thinking he’s a superhero and go off on a series of whacky adventures, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie is an excellent adaptation that captures the books’ humour and message perfectly. Yes it’s filled with toilet gags and fart jokes (and I can see you rolling your eyes dismissively already, you snob), but it all serves a purpose, and the message behind Captain Underpants is incredibly unique for a kids film. That sometimes a little rule breaking is okay provided it doesn’t go too far. Children are often forced to conform to societal norms, and discouraged from certain things because they’re ‘inappropriate’. Captain Underpants serves as the perfect antidote to that, encouraging children to actually have fun and let their imaginations run wild. The toilet gags and adolescent humour in this film are very funny. It’s not very high brow or sophisticated, but it doesn’t really need to be neither. That’s the point. Captain Underpants is basically a celebration of the childish and the silly, implying these things have value in and of themselves rather than just dismissing them as being ‘immature’.

If you have kids, this would be a perfect movie to show them, and you just might reconnect with your inner child in the process. And if you need further convincing that Captain Underpants is worth watching, consider this. Did you know Harold is gay? Yeah! In the final book of the series, Harold meets his future self and discovers he’s married to a man and has two children. So it’s a cleverly made family movie that encourages children to be creative and to not feel constrained, and offers positive representation for the black and LGBT communities. Suddenly this movie doesn’t feel so puerile anymore, does it?

Logan

I never thought I’d see the day I’d actually be praising a Wolverine movie. 

After two failed attempts, 20th Century Fox finally offers a Wolverine movie that doesn’t make me want to fall asleep, tear my hair out in frustration or gouge by eyes out with ice cream scoops. Logan is not only the best Wolverine movie, but quite possibly the best movie in the entire X-Men franchise. Hugh Jackman gives a brilliant performance in his last ever portrayal of the character and Patrick Stewart is equally as good as an elderly Professor X.

Logan is as tragic as it is thought provoking, deconstructing the idea of a superhero and spelling out in no uncertain terms how Wolverine utterly fails to meet that criteria. It’s dark, hard-hitting and surprisingly poignant as we see Wolverine desperately try to redeem himself, escorting a group of young mutant children across the border whilst metaphorically passing the baton to them. He may have failed to be a superhero, but he could well have saved a new generation of mutants that will succeed where he failed.

If you haven’t already, you need to watch this movie. Even if, like me, you don’t like Wolverine very much, you should still watch it. Logan more than makes up for past mistakes, I assure you.

The Tick

Are you getting sick to death of the over-saturation of superhero movies and TV shows these days? Then The Tick is the perfect antidote for you!

Based on the comics created by Ben Edlund, The Tick essentially drops a Saturday morning cartoon character into a Christopher Nolan-esque environment. Serving as an affectionate parody of the superhero genre, The Tick is both incredibly funny and surprisingly clever. Peter Serafinowicz does a stellar job in the title role, giving a performance almost reminiscent of the late Adam West, and is both charming and hysterical. But the true star has to be Griffin Newman as the Tick’s sidekick Arthur. While his surroundings are incredibly wacky and surreal, Arthur himself is treated with the utmost care and sincerity. He is to all intents and purposes the main character, as we see him try to overcome his own anxieties and insecurities in order to expose a plot from supervillain the Terror. He is the emotional centre that the show revolves around and is what elevates The Tick from being just a simple parody to a legitimately good superhero show in its own right.

The first half of Season 1 is available to watch on Amazon Prime, with the second half due to be streamed in February 2018. if you haven’t already, check this show out.

Horizon Zero Dawn

Finally we end with a video game, and it’s a very special video game (well it would be. It’s on a best of 2017 list). Horizon Zero Dawn. Created by the same people who did the Killzone games, Horizon is an open-world adventure game set in a post post-apocalypitic world where machines dominate the landscape and humanity have gone back to basics, living in isolated tribes and shunning the technology of the ‘Old Ones’.

Two things make Horizon Zero Dawn stand out. The first is the world itself. Guerrilla Games have created a very rich and nuanced setting, and as you explore the environment and collect datapoints, you begin to piece together how exactly human society as we know it initially fell hundreds of years ago. The machines are well designed and each have a very specific purpose, and the tribes are incredibly well thought out with believable hierarchies, belief systems and societal structures. It’s simply fun to explore this world and interact with its inhabitants.

The second is the protagonist the entire game revolves around. Aloy. A young outcast woman who goes in search of her parents and ends up discovering herself. She’s a classic archetypal hero and one of the best female protagonists to come out of the video game industry for quite some time. She’s a fully realised, three dimensional character with her own goals and motives, and is at no point ever sexualised or objectified. Even when she’s captured by the baddies, the game never resorts to sexist tropes or cliches. Just as Wonder Woman represents a significant milestone for women in film, Aloy represents a significant milestone for women in video games. She’s intelligent, resourceful and immensely likeable and I was completely emotionally invested in both her as a character and her journey. It’s not only fun to explore the world of Horizon Zero Dawn. It’s fun to explore the world of Horizon Zero Dawn with her. If you have a PS4, definitely get this game. It’s a must-own and you won’t regret it.

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And that’s it for this year. All that’s left for me to say is Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and I hope that your 2018 is less shit than your 2017 most likely was.

Perfect (Barry Allen x Reader)

A/N: For the lovely anon! Hope you’ll feel better!!!

Request:  Can I get a Barry Allen imagine where reader is really sick and in a lot of pain because she’s on her period too and he takes care of her? I’m in bed like dying right now and this could do some good.

Pairing: Barry Allen x Reader

Warnings: swear words

Originally posted by olicitys

             I was dying. I knew I was dying, and I was prepared for the end. Millions upon millions of small knives were constantly digging into my abdomen. I was prepared to welcome the darkness that was slowly edging on my vision. I was so tired, my head was pounding and I was pretty sure I was slowly bleeding out. That was how I died. Not because of some rogue metahuman, not because of car crush, not even because of failed bank robbery. My own body was failing me, the sickness overwhelming any reasonable thought that could appear. Not only I got my period earlier this month and didn’t really have time to psychologically prepare myself for the pain, but also my piece of shit body, decided to get sick. Well done. Fucking perfect.

‘Barrryyyy… I’m dyyying’ I whined into the phone.

             Not five minutes later my boyfriend was standing over my dying body, looking really, genuinely worried.

‘Are you kidding me, Y/N?’ he asked, kneeling by my side ‘I was really worried…’

‘You should be. I am literally dying.’ I said, showing him my belly.

             Fresh tears sprinkled on my cheeks and I knew that wasn’t going to help with my runny nose. I might have been a little over dramatic, but since my hormones were all over the place I couldn’t bring myself to care.

             New wave of crumps hit me and I moaned in pain. That was it. That was what was going to kill me.

‘Cut it out, Barry, I BEG you cut it out!’ I screamed.

             His worried expression really didn’t help. I knew he couldn’t imagine the pain I was in, nobody really could, but he tried so hard. He tried so hard to understand me in the times of pain and I was grateful for that.

             I felt the wind in my face and my boyfriend was gone. Great. He left me. He left me to rot in my own pain and I really couldn’t blame him. I was over dramatic, I was sad and I was angry at the same time. Who would put up with that mess? Nobody would. And though Barry was the kindest person I knew, he also had his limits. And I was so worried I crossed his long time ago.

             Few minutes later Barry stood before me, his hands full of groceries.

‘Please don’t leave me’ I whispered, feeling suddenly sad.

‘I would never leave you, silly’ he said laying a kiss on my forehead ‘There was a queue at the registers.’

             My eyes widened and I saw him taking out all my favourite things. Favourite flavoured ice cream, crisps, chocolate bars and few kinds of pain killers. It was so nice I couldn’t stop the tears. I knew all of that were hormones, but I felt so touched that he would do that for me I couldn’t stop. Sobs rocked my body and I couldn’t stop them from escaping my lips.

‘Y/N… Is everything alright? Did I do something wrong?’ he asked, his expression worried.

             I wailed harder, not really comprehending how he could think that he did something wrong. He was so perfect and I cried partly because of that.

‘You didn’t do anything wrong, Barry’ I said, looking into his eyes ‘You did everything right. And I love you so much, how can you be so perfect?!’

             He chuckled quietly, running to get hot water bottle and laying it down on my belly. In few seconds I was a blanket burrito, with warmth spreading towards my pain and enveloped into his strong arms.

‘I love you, Y/N’ he said, laying a kiss on my cheek ‘I would do anything to make you feel better’

             He switched the TV on, putting on my favourite show and I knew that I could never let him go. He was perfect and I knew that he loved me. Him putting up with all my dramatics during my period, was a clear sign of his love. The best thing was, he not only put up with them, he found them adorable and tried to do anything to keep me comfortable. If that wasn’t a perfect boyfriend, I didn’t know who was.

‘You are adorable; you know that?’ he asked looking into my eyes.

‘Let’s get one thing straight, I am over dramatic and sad and I don’t understand why you haven’t dumped my messed up ass’ I said quietly.

             He laughed shaking his head, like he couldn’t believe that I would actually say anything like that. But that was the truth. He was kind, handsome and smart, plus he was a superhero, so that was like plus infinity in hot guy terms. And somehow he ended up with me, simple, normal Y/N. That didn’t add up in my head, my anxiety telling me that there was something big I was missing.

‘For such a smart person, you can be silly sometimes’ he whispered ‘You are wonderful, you are smart, funny and beautiful and it pains me that you can’t see it. I love you with all my heart and I hope that one day you’ll see yourself the way I see you.’

             I couldn’t speak. I didn’t want to cry again but his words were filled with so much love that I felt warmth. I didn’t feel bad anymore, his words and pain killers finally working.

             He got up and in few minutes came back, chicken soup in my hands. He was taking care of me and I couldn’t ask for a better boyfriend.

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Danny is at home again.

Since his spies all earn money easily into six figures they insisted that him continuing his menial word at the warehouse was pointless and it was so dull that Danny had to agree. He loves that warm curl in his chest that comforts his heart when he knows he’s being taken care of. Still, it means he has a lot of time on his hands.

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YASUJI.

Coffee Pen
6 Basque Rd, Eden Terrace, Auckland, NZ


What made you fall in love with coffee?
My first cup of espresso in Australia, about 17 years ago.

What’s your go-to coffee preparation method?
The Hario V60. It delivers the most accentuated and crisp flavours, in my opinion.

Who’s the most fascinating person coffee has connected you with?
Probably all the local baristas I got to meet in Sydney when I worked there.

Outside of making coffee, what are you passionate about?
Music. Just about any kind of music, really - post-rock, jazz, ambient, break beats, techno, contemporary, noise (except pop), gangsta rap, punk, metal etc.

Where do you get your caffeine fix on your days off?
My favourite cafés in Auckland are Be Specialty, Camper and ARK.

What was the idea behind Coffee Pen when you started?
The idea was to create a space that people find necessary. The same way that speakers don’t work without amplifiers or doors without doorknobs - I wanted Coffee Pen to be that in people’s everyday lives.

How does New Zealand’s coffee industry differ from other cities you’ve worked in?
In the USA or Japan, people tend to choose cafes by their name or brand, but here in New Zealand, people have identified and are loyal to their favorite cafes or baristas.

If you could have coffee with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be and why?
Definitely Steve Reich. I want to know what makes him tick.