he's filming her

In which somehow they got their hands on a functioning old world TV and vhs or dvds and Furiosa is totally not buying this horror movie at all, NOPE she’s just being considerate to Max who clearly is the distressed one. Max is not going to argue.

Number 12 for Prompts.

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  • Me: *is having a wonderful day*
  • My brain: remember how softly Jyn and Cassian held each other as they died in an inferno after saving the galaxy?
  • Me: welp, back to Depression Mode
Going Down (Jikook)

Hey! So, this has already been posted on Ao3, but I decided to post it here too because, well, why not? Along with this, the next chapter is available on my Ao3 here, as well as a ton of other jikook. 

-Shea

Title: Going Down

Pairing: jikook w/ side taegi

Words: 5.1k

Genre: smut, humor

Rating: NC-17


Jimin has been asked many odd, sometimes creepy questions while sitting alone at a club. Though usually, they are somewhere along the lines of “Wanna make out?” or “How about coming home with me?” Among the creepiest was when a young woman approached him and asked him if she could recruit him for her next porn film. He politely declined her and ordered another drink. As for the others, well, depending on the mood and the person asking, he might accept, or he might turn them away. (Usually the latter, because strangers in clubs could come from anywhere and carry anything.)

But the creepy ones aside, he’s been asked some weird, obviously alcohol-induced questions as well. Like just now, by the kid who came to sit next to him. He looks a little more than tipsy, his eyes drooping every couple seconds only to snap open again and stare at Jimin. Behind him, a couple stools down, two guys that look about his age sit and stare. One sends the boy an urging look, then the other waves his hand and mouths Well?

The boy continues to stare, expecting an answer to his ridiculous question.

Jimin clears his throat and says, “Can you repeat that?” It’s possible he could have heard him wrong…

He can’t see much of the boy’s face—just that he might be about his own age and is kind of cute—but even in this dark room he can tell he’s sweating. He tugs the sleeves of his red leather jacket and looks down, scrunching his nose like he’s in deep thought. Make that super cute.

He sends an uncomfortable glance back to his friends who sit idle, watching, waiting for him. One of them looks more interested than the other, but both have a look of mischief. Jimin is ready to feel bad for the way they seem to be patronizing him until he nods in their direction and clears his throat.

“I asked you if you were an elevator,” he says in the same shy way he asked it the first time.

Jimin laughs and sighs. This kid really is drunk.

“Sorry,” he says, lifting his drink to his lips. He can’t remember what he ordered and doesn’t really care, but it tastes good anyways. “But I’m not—”

“Because I would totally go down on you.”

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anonymous asked:

Hi! Question, if you are privy to the inside workings of a "fo-mance" the likes we're seeing played out. 1. Who'd be behind this; studio/network, agents, PR firms, actors? 2. Could the actors say no without putting thier jobs in jeporardy? 3. If the actors play along, can they choose to keep thier mouths shut and let others play it out with innuendo? 4. Do you know of any actors who do this 100% willingly? I appreciate any insite you (or others) could share.

1. All of the above. 

2. I’m sure some do.

3. Innuendo is the best course. Going hard almost always backfires when the truth comes out because although the public has short attention spans, they have long memories. They don’t like being manipulated or misled. It’s always better to let the masses fill in the blanks.

4. Tom Hiddleston is a very recent example of how a showmance can backfire. He started being associated with every actor’s favorite four-letter word (Bond). Although he has a strong, loyal fanbase, his career overall hasn’t reached the levels I’m sure his team originally thought given how he was the breakout actor following The Avengers. So he and Taylor Swift were suddenly doing awkward “candid” photo shoots on the shore. The gossip/entertainment community had a field day because a) she has a terrible public dating reputation whether it’s fair or not and b) it was SO obvious it was set up. Mmmhmm. He flew to Nashville to meet her parents. She flew to the U.K. to meet his. They went to Rome. She went with him to Australia while he shot the new Thor film. He attended her annual 4th of July party with that bunkassed I Heart T.S. tee shirt. Super public, super in your face. And they broke up after three months. Nobody was surprised and everybody got a good laugh at both of their expenses. (Spoiler alert: he ain’t Bond.)

Another fauxmance that crashed and burned was Kaley Cuoco’s weeks-long tour of grocery store parking lots with Henry Cavill when his team was trying to push his star up a little more when Man of Steel was coming out. Keep in mind that Kaley and co-star Johnny Galecki were together for nearly two and a half years on the down low and nobody outside their inner circle knew. 

I have to get a loaner kiddo to preschool, so I’m off like a prom dress. Take it easy, keep it sleazy. xoxo