happy happy happy for them


Eunji talking about the group conversation (and friendship group) Bada introduced her to. The group is called “Fairy Princess Group” and consists of other idols like Sandara Park, Secret’s Jeon Hyoseong, Rainbow’s Ji Sook, Sol Bi, Cha Ye Byun, Eugene etc. Bada said the purpose of the group was for girls to have fun and have others to rely on. #girlssupportingothergirls

Discord… was so fun. 

I love listening to everyone speak they are all so cute and nice and supportive. Azura wailing about a spider and Cam staying up till sunrise and Aki making more AUs and Danny being a sweetie reciting Chariot lines and Rae being supportive sending me stuff from Alex and Ray laughing so hard at Neon’s gif they literally stopped breathing and had to lie down and Neon crying for like an hour straight.

Everyone. Is so cute. I am in heaven I am blessed with all of these angels.

thursday evening

Fandom: Skam
Ship: Noora x William
Summary: Noora can’t remember the last time she felt this warm. (Set a few hours after William’s clip.)

It’s the first day of summer, and the sun is still beaming late into the afternoon, early into the evening. Noora can feel it heating her hair and warming her skin; warming William’s skin.

(She murmured as much to him just a few minutes ago after exiting the corner store with a bag of toilet paper for Linn. “You’re so warm,” she said, twining her fingers with his.

William leaned down to whisper his lips—also warm—across her earlobe. “I thought I was cold—” a kiss “—manipulative—” another kiss, pressed into her neck this time “—selfish.”

Noora shook her head, rolled her eyes, and turned her chin until she was kissing him back. “No. Just warm.”)

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anonymous asked:

In your teenage mecha ninja turtles fic what's all of the main 6 doing with their lives? Are Donnie and April just collecting degrees and being geniuses? Are Leo and Usagi making use of dimensional skype calls? I'm so pumped to hear what you think they're doing.

In this fanfic of mine, the main six have all aged as well as six human/mutant disasters possibly can, and this is what my version of things has them doing:

April and Donnie started a company together once alien/mutant rights were established; the company is O’Neil laboratories and majority of their work is in sciences that no one else for a long time could even comprehend. Very world changing stuff. Donnie is mostly only involved with the scientific portion of things, he remains the top scientist and likely will even after death, while April is a tiny devil in a suit that continues to crush their competitors/saboteurs under her fist. She might be pushing ninety, but she is A) still a kickass kunoichi, and B) the most powerful psychic this side of the galaxy, possible in all the known universe. She’s a scary as hell old battle ax, and Donnie is a grumpy old codger. They live together for convenience and because they’ve remained best friends their whole lives.

Casey and Raph got restless around sixty or so, and ended up becoming travelers. Like, inter-dimensional and universal travelers. When they’re on earth Casey and Raph spend most of their time crashing at April and Donnie’s place, but otherwise make their way through dimensions and galaxies as they feel like it. Traveling with them is typically Casey’s daughter, Shadow (they couldn’t stop him from giving her that name, trust me they tried), who is buff, stubborn, and too much like her uncle and dad. Their time spent on earth is getting longer lately, since they’re really getting up there in years, but they remain the hellraisers they’ve always been.

Leo is a bit of a drifter on earth, moving between his siblings and friends and spending months on his own wherever he ends up next. Occasionally he’ll visit other dimensions, like Usagi’s, which has always felt like a home to him, but he likes earth best of all. He spends the most time in Japan, partially because it’s where his father was from, partially because he just prefers the culture and atmosphere of the country. Once they were really done their wars and battles, he hung up his mantle as a sensei and leader and retired for good. A lot of bad stuff happened to them over the years, and his choices directly led to some of those things. They’ve all got issues like that, even years later, but Leo feels the weight of them the most at times.

Him spending time with Karai and her wife Shinigami helps with that, since Karai’s role as the Godmother of the Foot clan is hardly an easy one. Her popular saying is that her daughter Pimiko will have to cremate her before she lets go control completely. They basically spend a lot of time being meddling meddlers and showing the current generation of crime bosses they still got it.

Mikey is the only one who remained in New York, but sometimes still goes to stay with one of his siblings/friends or goes on a road trip with Raph, Casey, and Shadow (and whoever she’s dating at that moment). Home sweet home is where he’d rather be though, even if Donnie keeps telling him he should at least buy a real house. (Mikey still prefers living off the grid, and this has resulted in Donnie and April putting money into creating a new lair for him. One they admittedly also really love being in, same for everyone else in their family. They’ve come so far from who they were as teens, but sometimes they just gotta go back to where they started.) He ends up semi-adopting his four ‘turtles’ one by one, and eventually becomes the Hamato who follows in Splinter’s steps. He’s pretty proud of himself for that and he loves all his kids down to his old bones.

Family reunions are a huge mess, since the Hamato clan has gotten pretty large over the years, but they make sure to have one every few months regardless. Family is a precious thing, and they’ve all got the lingering feeling that one of them could disappear at any time if they’re not careful. The whole process just gets even more chaotic now that Mikey has kids too, and honestly the idea of them all being wrinkly old hellraising veterans together is an excellent one. Especially now that the next generation is there to learn from them all.