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Cause and Effect [Tim Drake, Bruce Wayne]

Because I have been thinking about Tim coming ‘back to life’ for six months and after this post I had to finally write out what I have been thinking. I worked on this for a pretty long time and am very happy so. Please enjoy.

Tim’s lungs burn. He’s not sure if it’s from the fight or the feel of breathing in real air for the first time in…he doesn’t know. There was never a way to keep count of time beyond the growth of his hair. It is longer now, enough to be in his eyes, enough so when the wind picks up on the skyscrapers of Gotham it whips along with it.

He is trying hard to breathe. He is panting. His body aches, limbs heavy from gravity alone with bruises swelling under his too-hot uniform, with cuts slashed out making his skin sing with pain. Much of the fabric is stained dark with blood, his gloves are slick with it. His entire body is shaking.

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My aesthetic is Tim Drake stealing clothing from his family because he never actually shops for himself unless it is to purchase business wear.

Or sundresses.

So basically his jeans were all once Cass or Steph’s- he’s probably hijacked a dozen hoodies from Dick. At least one jacket from Jason. Tim has a few of Bruce’s sweaters.

Not even Damian has been spared Tim picking up tshirts and carrying them home.

here’s a meme from @operakitten while i try to keep myself awake

Last movie I watched: lmfao it was the fault in our stars. i knew the cigarette scene was gonna be unbearable but boy was it ever! the anne frank scene was also wildly inappropriate. the discourse was correct. otherwise i mean eh, teen movie w/e. some of the most realistic teenage dialogue i’ve ever seen was when they were writing a craigtslist ad that described the swingset as “vaguely pedophilic” that is exactly what shitty teenagers would write and find hilarious.

Last song I listened to:  actively listening to “girls” by beatrice eli right now

Last book I read: i appreciate that you think i’m an adult who reads real books

Last thing I ate: it was a bagel from tim hortons and every time i order it in english they have no idea what i’m asking for because no one knows chive in english = ciboulette en francais. i should start ordering it in french but i am Ashamed

Fictional Character I would hang out with for a day: this is hard because all my favourite fictional characters are people who would wildly intimidate me in real life lmfao they’re too cool and/or reckless for my boring ass. like, what the fuck am i gonna do all day with jessica jones? sarah manning? fiona? just be awkward, that’s what. so. hm. maybe cosima niehaus, i bet we could have some good discourse and like watch cosmos or something

If I could be anywhere right now, where would I be?: lmao, “asleep” is a good answer i’m so tiiired hockey whyyyyy. generally, like, not at work would be ideal. i don’t even want to say somewhere cool because i’d be too sleepy rn to enjoy it. 

Current fandom obsession: tales from the borderlands, obviously. what gave it away. the saddest part is you all have no idea how much i’m restraining myself at any given moment. also obsessively thinking about game 7 tomorrow. it’s sort of just those two flipping back and forth today punctuated by “god i’m so tired”.

tagging uh whomever i guess – @beingfacetious @brilliantfantasticgeronimo @valoscope @shinyopals 

The signs as Tim Burton movies
  • Aries: The Nightmare Before Christmas
  • Taurus: Corpse Bride
  • Gemini: Dark Shadows
  • Cancer: Frankenweenie
  • Leo: Alice in Wonderland
  • Virgo: James and the Giant Peach
  • Libra: Sleepy Hallow
  • Scorpio: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  • Sagittarius: Edward Scissorhands
  • Capricorn: Coraline
  • Aquarius: Mars Attacks!
  • Pisces: Beetlejuice
  • [at the shoot for the Wayne family calendar]
  • Bruce: That's it. Everyone look like you're gardening.
  • Bruce: Jason, grab that little hoe.
  • Jason: [grabs Tim]

A Line of Hamlets with their Hamlet counterparts

1971 - Ian McKellen (UK/European Tour)
2008 - David Tennant (Royal Shakespeare Company)
2010 - Rory Kinnear (National Theatre)
2015 - Benedict Cumberbatch 
2016 - Paapa Essiedu (Royal Shakespeare Company)