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Sorted myself out showered and feeling funky fresh. Quick moistuise, socks on and off to work I go 😒
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Things they don’t tell you about top surgery

- Talk to the surgeon about the size you want your new areolas/nipples (don’t be afraid to ask)

- Numbness. No one talks about this for guys who are about to have surgery. You’re going to be numb all in your chest area, especially where the incisions were. They cut nerves as they pass along your chest, and it can take up to a year to regenerate those nerves. Still, feels super foreign for the first two weeks

- Make your bed into a pillow chair, body pillow, two on each side, and two for your head. 

- Sleep alone. I tried to sleep with my girlfriend and it was miserable. You really do need the entire bed for yourself

- Go on Groupon, & get yourself a 10 foot lightning cable iPhone charger, BEST THING EVER, can reach from wherever you are

- Don’t take a week off from work, take two. You will regret the one week, and love the extra time

- When they say “don’t move too much, even after the first week”. LISTEN. I moved way too much and got so sore super quickly. 

- Drink lots of water & eat if your taking the pain medication, otherwise your stomach feels super funky.

- Get stool softeners, & don’t be afraid to take those babies. Don’t wait a week to poop. you’ll surely regret it. 

- The drains are scary & they may hurt while draining or rewrapping your dressings, but once they come out, the second they do, its no more pain, its crazy. 

i hope this helps someone, because i wish i knew all of this when i was having mine a month ago. Looking back its like everyone forgets all the real negatives, its a great experience, & i healed very well & quick compared to most, but the first few days are crazy. They hurt, suck but it gets better. 

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I hope their relationship progresses to big sis and lil bro always making fun of each other vibe

listen don’t get me wrong i love epic fantasy and sci-fi but it is very very important to me that we get fantasy & sci-fi on a smaller scale as well. i’m tired of reading about the Special Person Who Will Save The World. that’s not relateable. i want to hear more stories about bit players on the world stage! a traveling theatre troupe of goblins struggling to write a new play, two rival families of smugglers living on the same space station transport hub, a rom-com about a young hedge witch, a coming-of-age story about a dryad

give me more weird clever small stories

Since people have a huge problem with giomis and josuhan. Because it’s pedophilia. Do you even kurwa know what pedophilia is? Y'all fucking dumb shit and please get out from jjba fandom. You are making artists disappointed over their art, you ruin their courage to do things they love. Most importantly, understand that fictional characters aren’t fucking real. You think every artist who ever drew josuhan is a stinky pedophile? You think gore artists are murderers and furry artists fuck animals? Open your fucking holy jesus'ed eyes and think about it.

bokuaka+ 36— being so close that you can feel your lips brush when you whisper & 52— exhausted numbness after crying; requested by anon. 

It starts with a sniffle that he hears in the dead of night. The sound draws him out of his sleep. 

Bokuto shifts around in his bed, body too cramped on the super single bed with someone beside him. He stretches his limbs, comfortable warmth lulling him back to slumber until—

he hears—

Rolling his weight over, his hand reaches out into the darkness. He feels the tremble of a body before the sound of another sniffle breaks through. Bokuto’s voice pierces through the night.

“Akaashi, what’s wrong?”

Akaashi’s hands are on his face, the black of night a cloak over them both. Unable to see his expression, Bokuto’s hands come to rest on the small of his back, patterns traced lazy over naked skin. It’s comforting for Akaashi, he knows, the heat of skin-on-skin, the need of just wanting to feel.

“Bokuto-san, please don’t mind me… go back to sleep,” Akaashi’s voice wavers as he tries to speak. Bokuto can still feel him shaking, but when his attempt to tangle their legs together doesn’t receive protest he pulls Akaashi closer.

He waits until the words tumble out.

“I’m so— difficult, and… I don’t understand how you could ever love me,” the sentence is punctuated with gasps for air, the uncontrollable sobs laying anchors in Bokuto’s heart. “I’m so scared, Koutarou.”

Hand weaving into the other boy’s hair, Bokuto shifts them until his lips are brushing against his lover’s cheek.

“It’s the first time you’ve called me that,” and when he feels Akaashi open his mouth to apologise, “You don’t know how happy it makes me, hearing you say that.”

Akaashi chokes out a laugh, able to feel Bokuto’s cheeks go hot against his neck. 

“I love you, Keiji,” he says, lips brushing against Akaashi as he speaks, the intimacy of it all filling Akaashi with so much warmth it scares him. Bokuto continues, as though he knows.

“I love you more than anything. It sounds crazy, but I know you’re my other half. You’re the most patient and most kind, and you makes me eat all the vegetables I don’t want to it because it’s good for me.”

His eyes have adjusted to the dark, hand brushing Akaashi’s fringe off his face. He sees Akaashi’s expression then, eyes swollen, skin of his lips broken and bruised. His hands, now moving to rest on Bokuto’s chest, had peeling skin from the bad habit of stress biting.

He sees the doubts written on his lover’s face: too uptight, too strict, no fun, a wet blanket to a ball of sun, too quiet, too conservative, too rigid, too much of the opposite and too unlovable.

Bokuto wants nothing more than to crush those insecurities with the muscles he’s built over years.

Instead, his hands are gentle and his lips over more so, the two of them with no spaces in between. It takes a long while before the smallest trembles stop, and exhaustion takes Akaashi to sleep. Firm, strong hands wrap around his body, Bokuto joining him soon after, a long list of love at the top of his head ready for the morning to come. There are no doubts in his mind about the boy laying next to him. 

Of this, Bokuto has never been surer.

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i don’t wanna be…a merderer….

RollingStone: Hear Niall Horan's Sexy New Funk-Pop Song 'Slow Hands'

Niall Horan has unveiled a new single from his forthcoming debut solo album, which will be released via Capitol. It’s the second song he released since One Direction announced their hiatus in 2015. On “Slow Hands,” Horan takes a turn from the more reflective, slowed down “This Town” and goes for a more muted sound. Above a stomp-and-clap beat and muted guitar, Horan allows his lower register to showcase his more seductive side on the track which is reminiscent of early Aughts hits from Jack Johnson and John Mayer. Prior to his new single’s release, the singer discussed the track in an interview with Mikey Piff on Sirius XM Hits 1 on Wednesday. Horan told Piff that after listening to some of the material he had, he wanted to add a bit more grit, funk and heavier bass. At the time he was listening to late Seventies and early Eighties music, like Don Henley. “When he went solo in the early Eighties, he just kinda had this funky kind of feel to it – heavy bass, heavy guitar – so I just thought, ‘Let’s give this a crack,’” he said of making “Slow Hands."Horan added that the song was off-the-cuff. "I wanted it to be a little bit cheeky with the lyric,” he explained. “And we wrote this concept.” He said that it’s set in a bar and the song’s theme changes up stereotypical roles. “The first line is 'As long as we should take this back to my place’ – and usually that’s what the guy would say, but we flipped it that the girl would say that, and that’s what she said right to my face.”'Cause with the song, like before we even wrote lyrics, we had all this big track and it sounded kind of sexy,“ he continued. "So we thought this concept would match the vibe of the song, and I think we might have been right.”

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Hear Niall Horan's Sexy New Funk-Pop Song 'Slow Hands'
Niall Horan unveiled his new single 'Slow Hands' from his as-yet-untitled debut solo album.

Niall Horan has unveiled a new single from his forthcoming debut solo album, which will be released via Columbia. It’s the second song he released since One Direction announced their hiatus in 2015.

On “Slow Hands,” Horan takes a turn from the more reflective, slowed down “This Town” and goes for a more muted sound. Above a stomp-and-clap beat and muted guitar, Horan allows his lower register to showcase his more seductive side on the track which is reminiscent of early Aughts hits from Jack Johnson and John Mayer.

Prior to his new single’s release, the singer discussed the track in an interview with Mikey Piff on Sirius XM Hits 1 on Wednesday. Horan told Piff that after listening to some of the material he had, he wanted to add a bit more grit, funk and heavier bass. At the time he was listening to late Seventies and early Eighties music, like Don Henley. “When he went solo in the early Eighties, he just kinda had this funky kind of feel to it – heavy bass, heavy guitar – so I just thought, ‘Let’s give this a crack,’” he said of making “Slow Hands.”

Horan added that the song was off-the-cuff. “I wanted it to be a little bit cheeky with the lyric,” he explained. “And we wrote this concept.” He said that it’s set in a bar and the song’s theme changes up stereotypical roles.

”The first line is 'As long as we should take this back to my place’ – and usually that’s what the guy would say, but we flipped it that the girl would say that, and that’s what she said right to my face. Cause with the song, like before we even wrote lyrics, we had all this big track and it sounded kind of sexy,“ he continued. "So we thought this concept would match the vibe of the song, and I think we might have been right.”

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