Preference “How they react to meeting your parents”

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Negan-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be a little too comfortable and confident and would actually go more than the extra mile to look presentable and prepare them an unforgettable evening. He’d show them around and go over the top with everything, trying so hard to impress them, only to really stun them and for them to try and have a word with you.

Daryl-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be awkward from the instant they’d welcome him but would try his best to initiate a conversation. As they’d spend the day together, he would subconsciously end up proving himself to them with his kind and caring gestures and truly make them start to like him even more.

Rick-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be rather confident and would treat them accordingly as he would his own if it were the other way around, making them feel more than welcome. By the end of it, your parents would only have nice things to say about him and just hope that you’d both stay together.

Merle-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be a little too friendly and would come off as weird, trying too hard to be comfortable with them with his slightly inappropriate jokes. Nonetheless, he’d try his best to treat them right but they’d definitely have a serious talk with him about the age gap between you both.

Glenn-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be nervous about it but would come as so friendly and kind, your parents wouldn’t be able to deny how loveable he really is. He’d help them out with so much stuff and just get easily embarrassed, laughing it off and all, that they’d end up getting more than along.

Carl-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be his usual self and truly wouldn’t do anything that might disappoint you or them. He’d present himself properly and would just offer to show them around just so he could show them how worthy and friendly he actually is.

The Governor-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be just as confident and comfortable as the day he met you, truly making them rather glad to have him in your family. He’d welcome them with a nice dinner and really spend time asking about them and your youth, trying his best to get to know them before explaining himself.

Abraham-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be reserved for once and try his best to be to not talk more than he has too, only to end up being the opposite the moment you’d all sit and have a drink. He’d get really close to them in a matter of seconds and would have no problem joking around about you.

Eugene-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be more than nervous but would manage to hide it behind his blank yet stoic expression. However, his nervousness would show the moment they’d ask him about himself as he’d start to stutter or fumble, only for them to reassure him that it’s alright and that he’s just fine.

Ron-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be rather friendly towards them and welcoming, making them already trust him. He’d go out of his way to prepare everything for them and just so comfortable that truly he’d end up not only impressing your parents but you yourself.

Jesus-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be slightly shy but would try his best to hide it, only to make for some embarrassing moments but always make them think of how sweet he really is. He’d feel more comfortable as they tell him it was fine to be shy as he is and really he’d slowly start to come out even more, eventually making them laugh and love him.

Dwight-When it comes to meeting your parents, he’d be nervous about them saying something about his scar and would keep shying away from them despite his tone of voice. As your parents would notice, they’d be kind enough to make him feel welcomed among you all, making him get more and more confident and start to relax with them.

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She Was My Mother // C.G (Pt. 2)

Summary: You recognize your father, Negan, in the lineup.

Pairing: Carl Grimes x Female!Reader

Warnings: Swearing, mentions of death, slight violence

Word Count: 419

A/N: This is super short, so apologies in advance. But here’s part two! I’m considering a part three in this series.

“Y/N?”

Bruises form on the back of my right arm as his men hold me down, pointing their stolen weapons to my temple. I breathe in dirt from how close I was to the ground.

“Let her stand.” Negan says, wiping the blood from his upper lip with his thumb. I can feel myself being lifted up, arm twisted behind my back. Hair gathered in my face, allowing a distraction for myself, and a shield from the bodies of friends I once knew.

“Y/N.” Negan steps closer, as if in disbelief that I’m still alive after the circumstances that drove us apart. It’s when I feel his calloused hand on the side of my cheek, brushing my hair back that I jerk myself away from him. His eyebrows furrow slightly, finding my eyes again.

The last time I saw my father was two months after it started. He was a broken man then - grief stricken and distraught among other things. We ran into a group that outnumbered us by six, demanding our weapons and food. We refused. That night they ended up leaving with our weapons, food, and me tied up in the backseat of their truck. I managed to break free, but I didn’t turn back to find him. I didn’t turn back, because a man that broken was already dead.

“What’s going on?” Carl seethed, pulling me back to the present. There was no coming from this. With my arm numb, I peer up to see Negan with the bottom half of this face buried in his hands, standing completely still. He looks as if he’s seen a ghost, which I suppose he has.

“What’s going on?” Carl repeats.

“Shut the fuck up kid, or I’ll keep that fucking promise and rip your eye out-”

“Stop. Just stop.” I snap, a smile forming on Negan’s face. He runs his hands through his hair, laughing coldly.

“You know what kid? I’ll tell you what’s going on.” Negan pushes past me straight to Carl, knocking his hat off and yanking a patch of his hair.

“Dad, stop!” As soon as I say those words, I see Carl sink deeper into the floor, his hands in his lap.

“‘Dad.’ Man, I haven’t been called that in so long.Thought I’d never see you again, sweetheart. Damn. ‘Dad.’” His men immediately loosened their grip on me, but not enough for me to run. All I can do is look back to Carl, and all I see is a broken boy, crumbling before me.

The decision was made a long time ago, before any of us knew each other.  We were all strangers who would’ve just passed each other on the street before the world ended.  And now we mean everything to each other.  You were in trouble.  You were trapped.  Glenn didn’t know you, but he helped you.   He put himself in danger for you.  And that started it all, from Atlanta, to my daddy’s farm, to prison, to here, to this moment now.  Not as strangers, as family.  Because Glenn chose to be there for you a long time ago, that was the decision that changed everything.  It started with both of you, and it just grew.  All of us.  To sacrifice for each other.  To suffer, to stand, to grieve, to give, to love, to live, to fight for each other.  Glenn made the decision, Rick.  I was just following his lead.
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Maggie Rhee

ok but the fact that glenn started team family.  maggie was right and i never explicitly thought about it that way until now.  glenn didn’t just save rick’s life back in atlanta - he put into motion every event that would lead these characters to meet and come to care about each other so much.

team family wouldn’t exist without the selfless, compassionate, caring, pure heart and soul of glenn rhee and everything they do to protect each other honors him and his memory and everything he risked and sacrificed and that’s honestly the most beautiful thing i’ve ever heard. 

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You were in trouble. You were trapped. Glenn didn’t know you, but he helped you. He put himself in danger for you. And that started it all. From Atlanta, to my daddy’s farm, to the prison, to here. To this moment now. Not as strangers, as family. Because Glenn chose to be there for you that day a long time ago, that was the decision that changed everything. It started with both of you, and it just grew. To all of us. To sacrifice for each other. To suffer, to stand, to grieve, to give, to love, to live. To fight for each other.