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i’m so excited for the day donna moss holds her…

I approve of this post, and would like to subscribe to your newsletter. Because Donna *would*

listen if they set up a parallel for anyone to inherit jed’s legacy, it’s either charlie young or donna moss and listen charlie as donna’s vp

donna, who made almost the exact same analogy as the president did when talking about economies–josh originally laughing at her diet analogy of all things in moderation–that is, until the president says almost the exact same thing, but using different language. Donna, who came up with the idea of nominating both christopher mullreedy and evelyn baker lang to the court and it worked, who can take issues and explain them in terms the everday american can still understand, without fully taking away the nuance and complexities–but she’s not richie, she’s not just “10 words or less,” and she can still easily absorb information like a sponge.

She’s constantly giving fun facts about what’s going on yes (just like Jed) but it’s also from what she learns from politics as well–she knew the filibuster rules intimately, despite the fact that at the time her only foray into the world of politics was as the deputy chief of staff’s assistant, with no one else including the President knowing the rules.

there’s also the fact that when josh was shot, back in season 2, he was out of commission for months and yet? when he got back? there was no one at his desk, there was no replacement. CJ Cregg was gone for like a day and as the Chief of Staff and you had Toby saying on national tv she was going to swat at suicide bombers with her purse. You know who was probably running that office?

Donna Moss.

CJ Cregg, who was making 500,000 a year in Hollywood, tells Donna that Josh is never going to find someone as good as she was. CJ has experience with assistants ok. This is the White House–do you know how many applicants there would be to be Josh Lyman’s assistant (that old friend of Donna’s said it: that’s like a Master’s degree in public policy. Season 3 Donna was considered valuable enough that she thought her starting salary was their entire budget). In like a year she rapidly improves as well, becoming indispensable to the Bob Russell campaign. (listen we don’t talk about the chicken suit moment ok. Bartlet rode his bicycle in a tree. This is her bicycle accident alright)

“ Every time we think we have measured our capacity to meet a challenge, we look up and we’re reminded that that capacity may well be limitless.”

And there’s that line when they got stuck behind in Iowa from Jed Bartlet, President of the United States: “300 IQ points between them, they can’t find their way home. I swear to God, If Donna wasn’t there they’d have to buy a house.”

And keep in mind Donna probably had extremely limited experience before coming to the Bartlet for America campaign. She didn’t have a college degree, and was at best going from temp job to temp job. And even comparing her to the other assistants, except maybe Margaret and Mrs. Landingham, who’s probably been with Leo and in politics for years, she became brilliant at her job.

So much of Donna’s outward appearance is wrapped up in the pretty smile and the blonde hair and the oh shucks wholesome, Midwestern farm girl image that people don’t realize behind that is a razor sharp wit, someone who is ruthlessly compeent, possesses a brilliant mind that is so overwhelmingly observant–she sees everything (you know who noticed there was something wrong with Josh first, right before he got diagnosed with PTSD? Not his best friends, not his boss, not his surrogate father–Donna), and someone who could eat you alive if she wanted.

And every single task Josh has ever given to Donna, she’s done it–Josh. This isn’t CJ or Sam or hell even Toby. This Josh “Mr Secret Plan to fight inflation” Lyman. Do you know how many idiotic and seemingly impossible tasks he’s probably given her. Do you.

”If you were in an accident I wouldn’t stop for a beer”
“If you were in an accident i wouldn’t stop for red lights” Donna would eviscerate anyone who hurt who she cared about –and now, unlike when she was “just” an assistant, she has the means as well now.

You want to talk to me about the two Bartlets? What about the two Donnas?

anonymous asked:

How would the 2ps react to their v v v v short s/o wanting to be taller so she wears heals all the time even tho they hurt her?

(( hello!! I will eventually reblog the rules again. Terrible sorry for the bad writing, mun doesn’t speak english very well and also wRiTINGS BLOCK HIT ME UP YO. I don’t want to nag, but please please please don’t hurt yourself to become your illusion of pretty. Pretty doesn’t exist.))

2p america: Babydoll, look, i love ur fucking great ass the way it is, now stop wearing those heels. Wait lemma get you some other shoes that don’t fuckin’ kill ya feet. ( will comfort you and even buy you other pair shoes that are more comfortable)

2p canada: Shortstack, your feet are bleeding, put it the fuck away. They belong in the trash. *grumble* I tolerate you just the way you are. ((he’s saying i love you but in an awkward way, he will put you into place and burn those damn shoes)

2p england: Oh my, poppet! Quick put them off, here i got you a nice bath and i’ll give you a foot-massage. Now let us talk.. ( will talk to you about it and give you nice massages)

2p france: Mon dieu, s/o, why are you doing this? Tch, stupid. Give them here, you don’t need those ( grumbles about it but that’s bcs he cares)

2p china: Kitten why do you need these? Now drop these, otherwise you’ll be taller than me! Let us both be short together.

2p russia: Short girls are c-cute. You don’t h-have to be taller for m-me. ( he tries to give a compliment )

2p italy: ragazza, why would you do that to yourself? A beautiful donna such as you should’t do that. ( a 27hour lecture)

2p germany: Katze, stop this. Ya don’t need to be taller, to hell with the rest. Short girls rule!! * insert sexual joke about short girls*

2p japan: Tch, tch. You don’t need high heels. But if you insist to be taller, at least buy comfortable shoes. ( doesn’t care if you want to be taller or not, just wants that you wear other shoes)

2p lovino: Bella donna! Here let us go to a masseuse and go shopping. You’ll be taller and more fashionable.

2p prussia: Don’t do that to yourself, y/n, i don’t want to see you hurt.

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Girls’ Night

Summary: You work for the BAU and get called in my Sheriff Donna Hanscum for a case

Word Count: 2490

Warnings: None

A/N: So… I was watching Criminal Minds and thought “What if Dean and Sam picked up a case the BAU was on?” And this just kind of happened…

Version en Español: Noche de Chicas

You sat at the table in the room the local police had set aside for temporary FBI headquarters and stared at the boards in front of you. Pictures of mutilated bodies were taped next to the smiling pictures of the victims before they’d been killed.

Something was off. The thought had been niggling at the back of your mind since you’d begun the case. As a member of the Behavioral Analysis Unit, you had learned to trust your instincts. The only problem was that you weren’t sure exactly what your instincts were trying to say.

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I think everyone could use some dancing Hogwarts founders on their dash right now, so here you go :)

Donna as Godric Gryffindor

Misha as Helga Hufflepuff

Cissa as Rowena Ravenclaw

Johnny as Salazar Slytherin

gifs from this video filmed by @loubellecosplay

Write all the Words, 6/6

So, I think I need to do these little excerpts again to keep me motivated to actually work. I managed… oh, maybe an hour or so of writing tonight, well after my brain was too tired to Word properly. I’ve already made a note on something I’m going to go back through and change in the section I worked on. 

However, I love the opening, so here you go. The beginning of chapter 10 of FANA:

Donna laughed and held onto the TARDIS console as they flew through time and space. “Do you even have your license to fly this thing?” she asked the Doctor.

Rose stretched across two panels and nudged a control, and their flight smoothed out considerably. “Would you believe he failed the driving test?”


The Doctor stuck his tongue out at her sarcasm.

“Oh, very mature, Spaceman,” Donna riposted. “How old are you, twelve?”

“Add two zeroes on the end, and you’ll come close,” he retorted.

The One with the Tree That Needs Decorating

Title: The One with the Tree That Needs Decorating

Summary: Christmas has become just another day for Dean, not worth celebrating. Donna, on the other hand, loves Christmas. Can she instill him with the Holiday Spirit by Christmas Day?

12 Days of Dean and Donna: A Christmas Story

Author:  Dean’s Dirty Little Secret

Characters:  Dean Winchester x Donna Hanscum

Word Count:  2925

Warnings: language, light smut, mentions of death, tiny bit of angst (miniscule)

Author’s Notes: Written for the 12 Days of Christmas Challenge from @waywardlullabies. Day 6 of 12 Days of Christmas, Prompt: Decorating + Sweaters

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In Name Only-Chapter 9

The Winchesters are the richest family in your hometown of Lawrence, Kansas. John Winchester has his hands in just about everything in town. Oldest son Dean helps his father run the company. Younger son Sam wants nothing to do with the family business and is constantly getting in trouble. Your parents have just died and you find out that your father owed John Winchester a LOT of money

Characters: John Winchester, Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester, Donna Hanscum Winchester, Sarah Winchester (OC Dean’s daughter), Bobby Singer, Karen Singer, Amy Singer (OC Reader’s sister), Reader, Jody Mills, Fergus MacLeod, Billie

A/N: For the flow of the story I have changed aspects of Amy’s treatment. Any mistakes are mine.

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Dr. Harvelle shuffled her papers.  “Y/N you are not a match for Amy’s bone marrow, but luckily Sam is. We won’t have to go to the registry. That will save us time.”

“What do I have to do?” Sam asked.

“It’s a fairly straightforward procedure.  You will be given anesthesia, and the bone marrow will be drawn through small needles from the back of your pelvic bone.  It’s relatively painless. But before we even get to that you will have to have some other tests.“ Dr. Harvelle told him.

“I don’t care what it takes, I’ll do it.” Sam stated emphatically.

“So what’s the bad news?” You asked nervously.

“Amy has a very rare type of Leukemia.  It’s called Burkitt Leukemia. It only makes up 4% of all cases of ALL diagnosed.  It’s very agressive. We need to start treatment right away.”

Dr. Harvelle began so explain to us what Amy’s treatment would entail.  High dose chemotherapy to kill off her own bone marrow.  Infusion of Sam’s marrow.  Amy’s immunity would be severely weakened and she would have to stay in isolation. 

Amy was getting a very nervous look on her face.  This was suddenly very scary, and very real.

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Darling, It's Cold Outside
  • Sadie: Frank darling, are you sure you’re too sick to come with me to Donna and Dave Henderson’s Christmas party?
  • Frank: I’m sorry Love, but I’m afraid I’m just not up to it, and I do wish you’d stay here with me.
  • Sadie: I can’t! I promised Donna I’d go. You stay here and drink your medicine… but be sure to leave some for me.
  • Martini Glasses: *clink*
  • Frank: Well I don’t like it! It’s much too cold for you to be outside, and it’ll be much too dull in here once you’ve gone. I insist that you stay here!
  • Sadie: I really can't stay
  • Frank: But Darling it's cold outside
  • Sadie: I've got to go away
  • Frank: But Darling it's cold outside
  • Sadie: This evening has been
  • Frank: Wait here while I fetch more gin
  • Sadie: So very nice
  • Frank: Hold out your glass, it needs more ice
  • Sadie: Donna will start to worry
  • Frank: Beautiful, what's your hurry?
  • Sadie: And Dave will be pacing the floor
  • Frank: Listen to the drinks while I pour
  • Sadie: So really I'd better scurry
  • Frank: Beautiful please don't hurry
  • Sadie: Well maybe just a half a drink more
  • Frank: Just half a drink? How about four?
  • Sadie: I do love that *clink*
  • Frank: Darling it's bad out there
  • Sadie: Say what's in this drink
  • Frank: Not much now your glass is bare
  • Sadie: I wish I knew how
  • Frank: Your eyes are like starlight now
  • Sadie: To break this spell
  • Frank: I'll fill your glass, and mine as well
  • Sadie: I’ll fetch the bitters while you stir
  • Frank: Mind if I move in closer
  • Sadie: At least we still have plenty of rye
  • Frank: Good, my glass was getting too dry
  • Sadie: I’ll just put this back on the tray
  • Frank: Darling don't hold out
  • Sadie: Ah, but it's cold outside
  • Frank: Darling it's cold outside
  • Sadie: I simply must go
  • Frank: But, Darling it’s cold outside
  • Sadie: The answer is no
  • Frank: But, Darling it’s cold outside
  • Sadie: This liquor has been
  • Frank: Would you prefer scotch or gin?
  • Sadie: So nice and warm
  • Frank: Look out the window at that storm
  • Sadie: Although, if you’re superstitious
  • Frank: Gosh this liquor looks delicious
  • Sadie: Never leave a bottle half poured
  • Frank: That right there is my kind of lore
  • Sadie: So drink it all to be auspicious
  • Frank: Oh, this liquor is delicious
  • Sadie: And maybe just one bottle more
  • Frank: I think we’re both up to that chore
  • Sadie: I cannot stay home
  • Frank: But Darling you’d freeze out there
  • Sadie: Here’s one for the road
  • Frank: It’s up to your knees out there
  • Sadie: You’ve really been grand
  • Frank: A thrill when you touch my hand
  • Sadie: But don’t you see
  • Frank: How can you do this thing to me
  • Sadie: There’s bound to be drinks tomorrow
  • Frank: Think of my life long sorrow
  • Sadie: At least there will be plenty supplied
  • Frank: If you caught pneumonia and died
  • Sadie: I really can’t stay
  • Frank: I’ll bring all our booze out
  • Sadie: Ah, but it’s cold outside!
  • Frank: Darling it's cold outside!
  • Sadie: Well actually it’s not that cold outside Frank. It’s really just chilly. No, frosty. No! Wintry!
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