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fuckboy!jungkook, college!au, smut?, angst?
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despising jeon jungkook as he hooks up and steals your best friend away from you. 

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Jeon Jungkook.

The man who every girl on campus had an eye on, along with his crew of other fuckboys. He would show up on campus with different girls everytime, wrapping their arms around his frame, “claiming him”.

You despised him though, because his next target was your best friend.

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Hate it or Love it: 50 quotes from MLK that white people can use besides ‘hate cannot drive out hate’

Every year around Martin Luther King Jr. Day everyone likes to drop an inspirational quote from Dr. King. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a multifaceted philosopher and an amazing orator with a plethora of accessible speeches, sermons and books; yet, somewhere along the way it seems as if a rule was created, restricting white people to one quote in particular:

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

I don’t know the reason behind the restriction; perhaps because this is one of the better quotes to try to push the “I don’t see color; we’re one race – the human race” agenda. Or perhaps the darkness and the light can be used to represent black and white and thus play into the white savior movement. Whatever the reason may be! BlackHistoryDay.tumblr.com is here today to give you 50 quotes from Dr. King that I encourage you to keep in mind for your future references:

1. “No movement of essentially revolutionary quality can be neat and tidy.”

2. “The only answer that one can give to those who would question the readiness of the Negro for integration is that the standards of the Negro lag behind at times not because of an inherent inferiority, but because of the fact that segregation and discrimination do exist.” 

3. “There is no more torturous logic than to use the tragic effects of segregation as an argument for its continuation.”

4. “It is one of the ironies of history that in a nation founded on the principle that all men are created equal, we’re still arguing over whether the color of a man’s skin determines the content of his character.”

5. “There comes a time, my friends, when people get tired of being plunged across the abyss of humiliation, where they experience the bleakness of nagging despair. There comes a time when people get tired of being pushed out of the glittering sunlight of life’s July and left standing amid the piercing chill of an alpine November.”

6. “There are some things that we’ve got to learn to sacrifice for. And we’ve got to come to the point that we are determined not to accept a lot of things that we have been accepting in the past.” 

7. “We can never be satisfied as long as the Negro is the victim of the unspeakable horrors of police brutality…”

8. “We must see now that the evils of racism, economic exploitation and militarism are all tied together… you can’t really get rid of one without getting rid of the others… the whole structure of American life must be changed. America is a hypocritical nation and [we] must put [our] own house in order.”

9. “What good is having the right to sit at a lunch counter if you can’t afford to buy a hamburger?” 

10. “Increasingly, by choice or by accident, this is the role our nation has taken, the role of those who make peaceful revolution impossible by refusing to give up the privileges and the pleasures that come from the immense profits of overseas investments.”

11. “If we will but make the right choice, we will be able to speed up the day, all over America and all over the world, when justice will roll down like waters, and righteousness like a mighty stream.”

12. “That the poor white has been put into this position, where through blindness and prejudice, he is forced to support his oppressors. And the only thing he has going for him is the false feeling that he’s superior because his skin is white—and can’t hardly eat and make his ends meet week in and week out.” 

13. “Through our scientific and technological developments we have lifted our heads to the skies, and yet our feet are still firmly planted in the muck of barbarism and racial hatred. Indeed this is America’s chief moral dilemma.”

14. “To keep a group of people confined to nasty slums and dirty hovels is not a State Right, but a State Wrong.”

15. “It may be true that morals cannot be legislated, but behavior can be regulated.”

16. “It may be true that laws and federal action cannot change bad internal attitudes, but they can control the external effects of those internal attitudes.”

17. “The law may not be able to make a man love me, but it can keep him from lynching me.”

18. “Even this nation came into being with a massive act of law breaking; for what implied more civil disobedience than the Boston tea party…there’s nothing new about law breaking.”

19. “God has brought us here for this hour to tell us to save America because our white brothers is carrying it more and more to destruction and damnation.”

20. “We’re called to do it so that means we can’t stop. This should make us more determined than ever before.”

21. “Now they always tell us to cool off and I know that when you get people cooling off too much they will end up in a deep freeze. They tell us to slow up and some of them even say that the Negros in Albany out to go home and be quiet because there’s a political campaign going on and you may help elect some particular candidate that shouldn’t be in office. Well I don’t know if you have an answer for them and I don‘t know if I have an absolute answer but I want to say to those who are telling us to stop merely because a political campaign is going on that this is a moral issue for us. We’re moving on towards freedom’s land. We cannot stop our legitimate aspirations for freedom merely because some immoral person will use this for his own political aggrandizements…”

22. “We worked in this very nation 2 centuries without wages. We made cotton king; we built our homes and the homes of our masters in the midst of injustice and exploitation. Yet out of a bottomless vitality we continue to grow and to live and if the inexpressible cruelties of slavery didn’t stop us, the opposition that we now face cannot stop us.”

23. “The absence of brutality and unregenerate evil is not the presence of justice.”

24. “As the nation passes from opposing extremist behavior to the deeper and more pervasive elements of equality, white america reaffirms its bonds to the status quo.”

25. “Whites, it must frankly be said, are not putting in a similar mass effort to reeducate themselves out of their racial ignorance.”

26. “It is an aspect of their sense of superiority that the white people of America believe they have so little to learn.”

27. “To find the origins of the Negro problem we must turn to the white man’s problem.”

28. “It seems to be a fact of life that human beings cannot continue to do wrong without eventually reaching out for some rationalization to clothe their acts in the garments of righteousness.”

29. “The greatest blasphemy of the whole ugly process was that the white man ended up making God his partner in the exploitation of the Negro.”

30. “Just as the ambivalence of white Americans grows out of their oppressor status, the predicament of Negro Americans grows out of their oppressed status.”

31. “Negroes have grown accustomed now to hearing unfeeling and insensitive whites say: ‘other immigrant groups such as the Irish, the Jews and the Italians started out with similar handicaps, and yet they made it. Why haven’t the Negroes done the same?’ These questioners refuse to see that the situation of other immigrant groups a hundred years ago and the situation of the Negro today cannot be usefully compared.”

32. “The Negro was crushed, battered and brutalized, but he never gave up. He proves again that life is stronger than death.”

33. “A riot is at bottom the language of the unheard. It is the desperate, suicidal cry of one who is so fed up with the powerlessness of his cave existence that he asserts that he would rather be dead than ignored.”

34. “What is needed today on the part of white America is a committed altruism which recognizes this truth.”

35. “True altruism is more than the capacity to pity; it is the capacity to empathize. Pity is feeling sorry for someone; empathy is feeling sorry with someone. Empathy is fellow feeling for the person in need— his pain, agony and burdens.” 

36. “I can never be who I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. This is the way our world is made.”

37. “True education helps us on the one hand to know truth, but more than that it helps us to love truth and sacrifice for it. It gives us not only knowledge, which is power, but wisdom, which is control.”

38. “If you can’t fly, run; if you can’t run, walk; if you can’t walk, crawl; but by all means keep moving.”

39. “We will move out of these mountains that have so often impeded our progress, the mountain of moral and ethical relativism, the mountain of practical materialism, the mountain of corroding hatred, bitterness and violence, and the mountain of racial segregation.”

40. “…Always have faith in the possibility of getting over to the Promised Land. Don’t become a pessimist and feel that we cannot get there; it is difficult sometimes, it is hard sometimes, but always have faith that the Promised Land can be achieved and that we can possess this land of brotherhood and peace and understanding.”

41. “An individual who is not concerned about his selfhood and his freedom is at that moment committing moral and spiritual suicide…”

42. “But I know, somehow, that only when it is dark enough can you see the stars.”

43. “There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.”

44. “Many people fear nothing more terribly than to take a position which stands out sharply and clearly from the prevailing opinion.”

45. “Many sincere white people in the south privately oppose segregation and discrimination, but they are apprehensive lest they be publicly condemned.”

46. “’Do not conform’ is difficult advice in a generation when crowd pressures have unconsciously conditioned our minds and feet to move to the rhythmic drum beat of the status quo.”

47. “This tragic attempt to give moral sanction to an economically profitable system gave birth to the doctrine of white supremacy.”

48. “Unlike physical blindness that is usually inflicted upon individuals as a result of natural forces beyond their control, intellectual and moral blindness is a dilemma which man inflicts upon himself by his tragic misuse of freedom and his failure to use his mind to its fullest capacity.”

49. “Only through the bringing together of head and heart-intelligence and goodness shall man rise to a fulfillment of his true nature.”

50. “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.”


Homicide detective Jerry Thompson questions Ted Bundy after picking him up at his apartment on a warrant for possession of burglary tools-

“Did you ever go sailing, Ted?” detective Jerry Thompson asked. “Ever own a sailboat?” Bundy shook his head.

“What about skiing? Thompson asked. “Ever go skiing in Colorado, Ted?”

“No,” Bundy answered.

That afternoon, Thompson searched Bundy’s apartment. He removed a book called The Joy of Sex, a map of Colorado, a Chevron credit card and a Colorado Ski Country brochure. The Wildwood Inn, the lodge where Caryn Campbell had disappeared, was underlined in black ink. Salt Lake police contacted Michael Fisher, the Aspen investigator in charge of the Campbell investigation, and informed him about the brochure. Bundy’s statement that he had never skied in Colorado was reported as a flat denial that he had ever been in the state.

“The denial was the ticket,” Fisher said later. “We really had no suspects. We had nothing on the case except the boyfriend, and we had cleared him in ten days. Bundy had denied ever being in Colorado. With that in mind, I ran a credit card check.”  (Rolling Stone, 1978)

The second floor elevator of The Wildwood Inn where Ted may have encountered Caryn Campbell. Caryn (23) was last seen on January 12, 1975 at the Wildwood Inn where she was staying with her boyfriend and some friends for a skiing holiday. She disappeared while on her way to fetch a magazine from room 210 on the second floor and never returned.  Photo by @cmortensen from “Ted Bundy: A Visual Timeline”

Yes Sir Part 12

Yes Sir Part 12: No One is Perfect

Every relationship faces pains and imperfections. 


Warnings: Angst. Smut, alcohol, swearing, dirty talk. WC: 4794 On AO3

A/N: These are my characters, I know what’s best for them, and I love them very much. See second authors note at the end.  Part 13 will be out this week.

I stacked my textbooks on my little kitchen table, getting them ready to sell back at the university’s bookstore. My last few assignments were done, one more paper to finish and turn in, and then I officially would have my credits completed to earn my first degree. I’d done it. One major hurdle crossed, two more years of school, and an internship to go. And then I’d be practicing law.

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Lance didn’t want to put on the helmet. Not yet. Putting it on meant he was giving in, sealing the deal. Saying goodbye to Blue.

Lance loved Blue. He loved her so, so much- her kind, motherly presence, flying with her, being one with her. Saying goodbye was like throwing that all away.

Blue also reminded Lance of Earth. Her presence reminded him of his Mami’s sweet embrace, her comforting words. Flying with her reminded him of the freedom he felt in the never-ending ocean. Blue reminded him of the blue, blue skies of home. He didn’t want to say goodbye to Blue or his memories.

But then he felt Blue’s gentle nudge that was so familiar to Lance. Lance hadn’t wanted to leave home when he was accepted into the Garrison, but his mother had hugged him close, tears streaming down her face, and then she had nudged him gently. “Go be a hero,” she had said with a watery smile, “and come back home to me.”

Go be a hero, child. You will always be my paladin. I love you.

Lance felt a tear slip down his cheek. I love you too, Blue.

Before he could change his mind, Lance jammed the red helmet on his head, and the blue skies faded from sight.

what’s the use of feeling blue? haha because now Lance is the red paladi-

ok i’m gonna go be sad

Thunderbolts and lightning, very very frightening

Summary: A younger Roman trying to fight the sky with a wooden sword to protect his fellow frightened sides. 

Tag list: @fancifulfox @dudlebuggs @amydiddle @thisimmortalnerd @lackingroman @smutty-sanders-sins @ssides @gloomy-goober

They had been warned about the storm that was due to drench the entirety of the city in rain, but had ignored it. It was sunny now, why wait inside for the weather to change when they could go and enjoy it while they could? So, donning armor and swords made from cardboard and paint, the four of them ran out into the yard.

Well, Roman and Patton ran out into the yard. Roman held his wooden sword high, proclaiming that there was a dragon terrorizing a nearby village and they had to save them before it was burned to the ground. Patton, giggling, followed suit. He was a knight, wearing blue armor over his shirt and a sword tucked into a belt.

Logan was busy reading. It was truly a fascinating book, but none of the others were interested when he tried to explain what it was about. He sat down on the step, out of the sun, and continued to immerse himself in the environment the book provided.

Virgil stood on the porch, hands in his pockets. He hadn’t wanted to go outside, perfectly content curled up on his bed with his iPod, but had been dragged outside anyway. Roman had presented him with a hastily made dragon mask and wings, which he had refused to put on out of embarrassment. They;d have to find and slay something else.

“Come, my knight in shining armor!” Roman proclaimed proudly, standing on top of a rock with his sword held to the sky, “there’s a town in peril, we must go and save them, for we are heroes!” The young boy smiled, showing the gap where he had lost a tooth a few days ago. Patton eagerly agreed.

“What a cutting remark! Get it? Cutting? Because you have a sword?”

Roman rolled his eyes before taking off down the hill at full speed.

“Come on! We have to go slay a dragon!” Patton grabbed hold of both Virgil and Logan, dragging them along.

Behind the house was a thick wooded area, where they would often go and play. Hide and seek was a favorite game of theirs, and sometimes, Roman would insist that the forest went on forever, and would lead them to a magical, make believe land like in the fairy tales. Marching along, he made it clear that was exactly where they were going, it was the most likely place a real dragon would call home, after all.

No one seemed to notice the darkening skies over head until rain began to fall. Small drops, at first. Logan raised a hand, feeling the rain upon it, and complained that his book would get all wet and then he’d have nothing stimulating to read.

Roman assured him that it would be just fine if he just tucked it into his jacket- they were too close to turn back now.

And then, a flash. It lit up the entire sky and felt uncomfortably close. Next came the loud, almost unbearable thunder that shook the ground, caused Logan to drop his book, and made Patton cover his ears. Once it was over, the four of them huddled close together.

“I want to go home,” Patton whispered tearfully, gripping the back of Logan’s shirt. Virgil nodded quickly, staying very close to Roman, whose sword was still drawn. They linked arms and started back the way they came, walking briskly, when another flash lit up the sky.

And then the thunder.

Counting the seconds between each rumble, Logan guessed that the storm was getting closer- and soon it would be directly overhead.

“Do not fear, I will protect you!” Roman announced, pointing his sword towards the sky.

“…from a storm? With a sword made of wood?” Virgil looked skeptical.

“Quiet, you! The Gods know not to mess with Prince Roman!” He waved the little sword about frantically, keeping the other three behind him as they backed carefully through the forest.

Another flash, another rumble, it was almost as if the sky was falling. Terror filled their hearts, but still they stood tall, until they were back on the safety of the porch, drenched with rain.

Roman would not shut up about how the time he saved them all from certain destruction for the next week.


I’ve had this idea in my mind a while before Gency Week 2.0 came around but now I get to let you all in on the Angst™

Gency Week 2.0 Day 3 — Healing. Fluff. Angst. Hurt/Comfort. Loss of limbs.


“I’ll go in and clear any enemies out.”

Before she responds, he’s leaping across the alleyway and into the building. Several Talon agents are attempting to break into the facility for information. What exactly, they are unaware of, but if Talon wants it, it won’t be good in their hands.

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A Letter to My Love

Requests:  Hi dear! I finally remembered what i wanted the Caspian Imagine to be about hahaha Could you do one where caspian wife is giving birth to their first son and he’s waiting outside the bedroom where she’s giving birth and he keeps thinking everything they have been through? Maybe how they met, how was their courtship, wedding, the coronation of his wife, all that stuff and finally how he reacts when he finally hears his son cries and enters the room and meet his wife and son hahahhah I know its quite specific but I love the way you write and how well you describe everything

A/N: OMG this took me forever @ladyblablabla but I literally rewrote three times before I decided this was the sweetest way to capture what you envisioned. I hope you love it as much as I loved writing it and that it was worthy of the wait. I literally listened to Lovesong by Adele probably thirty times writing it because i think it’s a song that captures the way Caspian would love his wife. Enjoy!!!

Warnings: None

Permanent Tag List: @la-fille-en-aiguilles, @starless-skyox @livelearnandtravel

Originally posted by bentbarnes

My love,

You always ask me how I fell in love with you. What was it that pulled me into the enigma that is you. I must tell you, my dear, that it was your smile. It was bright as you walked along the courtyard that young spring day, laughing along with your ladies in waiting, your hair pulled back in coils and curls, falling along your back.

It was your smile that had captured my attention.

I loved the way you smiled at everyone, didn’t matter who they were, as you talked among court leaders about ways to expand the lands of Narnia. It was they way you smiled at me, your eyes barely flicking and taking me in, before walking past me as though I was no one. You did this for weeks and I wondered what I could do to have your eyes fall on me longer, your eyes tugged into that perfect smile.

I knew from the start that I wanted to look at that smile forever.

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Precarious // 4

mafia!bts: park jimin
precarious: adj. dangerously insecure or unstable
Psychotic, that’s how he viewed himself. He was a precise hitman who never made a mistake, until now. Set on an all kill mission, he brings back more than just blood stains.
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warnings: explicit language, violence

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Jimin scanned the room, keeping a watchful eye on your tiny figure. He was on the second floor, waiting for his cue with Jungkook. He leaned over the balcony and watched as you chatted happily with the men.

A small source of warmth filled his cold insides. He realized that you looked very pretty when you smiled. He liked seeing you smile. He was unsure how to separate between genuine and not because you never smile around him. 

“You done yet, Romeo?” Jungkook’s sarcasm lingered in the casual air. Jimin regained himself and turned to see Jungkook already heading in front of bedroom 8. Jimin proceeded to stand in front of bedroom 3. 

He wrapped his black bandana around the lower half of his face and checked his perimeters for safety measures. The top of your head peeked between the railings and Jimin cursed himself for getting distracted by you. 

Jimin listened for a screech and watched Jungkook count down with his fingers. 3, 2, 1. The door was quickly down after one strong kick and he locked his target with his gun.

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Feliciano and the King of Hearts

Chosen by the gods as the Queen of Hearts from the moment of birth, we follow Feliciano’s story as he grows into royal life, learns to rule, go against age old customs, and his relationship with his husband to be, the King of Hearts.

Chapter 1 I  Chapter 2 I Chapter 3 I Chapter 4 I Chapter 5 I Chapter 6I Chapter 7 I Chapter 8 IChapter 9I Chapter 10 I Chapter 11I Chapter 12 I Chapter 13 I Chapter 14 I Chapter 15 I Chapter 16 I Chapter 17 I Chapter 18 I Chapter 19 I Chapter 20 I Chapter 21 I Chapter 22 I Chapter 23 I Chapter 24 I Chapter 25 I Chapter 26 I Chapter 27 I Chapter 28 I Chapter 29 I Chapter 30 I Chapter 31 I Chapter 32 I Chapter 33 I Chapter 34 I Chapter 35 I Chapter 36 I Chapter 37 I chapter 38 I Chapter 39 I Chapter 40 I Chapter 41 I Chapter 42 I Chapter 43 I Chapter 44 I Chapter 45 I Chapter 46

Yet another long chapter, but not as long as the last two, but still long. I believe this to be a rather important chapter and I hope it is the same for you. I really hope you enjoy!

                                                  Chapter 47

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Woods of Ypres - Kiss My Ashes (Goodbye)

Here is your Tattoo Aftercare. Repeat Morning and Evening Before Bed.