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Dating Benjamin Would Include

i was requested to do benjamin, rami’s character in twilight: breaking dawn pt2! hope you all enjoy!

- sitting in the bath together, him making ripples and other little tricks of his from his element powers
- “hey..you wanna see something cool?”
- taking your hands in his, spinning around dust into a spiral, watching it float off your palms
- small nibbles along your neck and earlobe
- walking along tree branches barefoot
- him telling the story of how he got turned
- “no way! you’re sparkling!”
- watching cheesy vampire films, glancing over at him every now and then to see him cringe at almost every scene
- staying up late as he never sleeps, making sweet and warm love
- him eventually digging his teeth into your neck, sucking out your sweet and juicy blood to mark his territory as your mate
-fighting together against the volturi

anonymous asked:

Hey there! I was wondering if I could request a Seth Clearwater imagine? Your his imprint and girlfriend and the pack, including himself, have a patrol around your house and happen to catch a vampire scent. Like one they've been after for a while now, just how he would react, and lots of fluff? Thanks! I hope you have a good day 😊

Another night of the pack of wolves patrolling the area for the vampire that they have been at for awhile. I was all cuddled up in my blanket watching a scary movie at the right time. Seth was currently on the night patrol. So, when he is out on night patrol, I take the advantage and watch scary movies. The movie I was currently watching involved vampires which made me smile. A door swung open and slammed shut causing me to flinch. My heartbeat quickened when I remembered that this was a scene from this movie. A shadowy figure appeared around the corner causing me to scream out in terror. The person also screamed in terror. My screams died down as I furrowed my eyebrows together.

“Don’t do that to me.” Seth shouted as he entered into the light. I giggled and paused the movie.

“Sorry about that.” I smiled. Seth huffed but quirked a smile. His eyes turned to sympathetic ones.

“I just wanted to check up on you.” He plopped himself next to me on the couch. “There was a sighting of a vampire and I wanted to make sure that you were still where I left you.”

“Yep, I’m still here.” I rested my head on his shoulder and stared at the tv. “Seth? When will this end?”

“Don’t worry, we’re wolves. We will catch them all.” Seth boasted. I smiled and leaned in closer.

“You will protect me from everything?” I asked. Seth blinked and nodded.

“That’s my job.” He stated. “I don’t know what I would do with myself if I lost you.”

“Can I tell you a secret?” I pushed the question in his ear.

“Another secret?” He whined. “How many secrets are you keeping from me?”

“Not enough.” I grinned. He rolled his eyes with his signature grin.

“What is this secret of yours?” He grabbed my hand and placed it in his.

“I’ve liked you ever since I met you.” I spilled out the secret that I was holding dearly in heart. Memories of me fantasizing over the boy sitting next to me brought a smile upon my face. He leaned down and planted a kiss on my forehead. “I’m happy that you imprinted on me.”

“And I’m happy that I imprinted on you.” He chirped.

“I love you, Seth.”

“I love you, too.”


Weak, I know. I’m sorry. I’m a loser. Please forgive me. 

browsbee  asked:

Hey, I saw you were asking for twilight headcanons. I've been wondering something about vampires and how they learn languages. Because of how languages change over time, do they track these changes so they appear normal and how do they do it? What do they consider their native language? Which one do the Volturi prefer to speak? I wonder if they use slang... Did Demetri and Heidi speak English as she led the victims just to scare Bella? So many questions 😅

I imagine a good percentage of the Volturi are very proficient in speaking multiple languages. 

They would have to be, right? They’re constantly travelling to places all over the world, and even with one language it’s always going to be changing over time. Not to mention they’ve all each been around for incredibly long amounts time.

Heidi and Demetri would have to be very multilingual. Heidi is always out away from home. Europe as a continent already has so many languages to begin with, and though its not specified, I’m sure her job takes her outside of Europe all the time to remain as inconspicuous and indiscriminate as possible. She lures people to her will with her physicality, and I would be very surprised if a big part of her persuasiveness and charm didn’t come from her social ability – hence the requirement to know so many languages.

Demetri on the other hand, while not having a talent that necessarily needs language as a skill directly, as a person whose job is tracking people literally all over the world, I doubt it could hurt to know the spoken languages of the countries you’re travelling to.

Aro I imagine picks up language pretty well with his power? In fact, honestly Aro could easily just understand the implications and meaning from a persons mind without speaking their language, whether through imagery or having the understanding connection that comes with his telepathy. In a way I could count his telepathy as a language in itself, albeit its a one way translation, but its a means of communication nevertheless. 

The inner coven speak a mixture of languages. Their native tongue is Latin, but more recently they also commonly speak in Greek and Italian. Etruscan is another one, but less commonly spoken. Its used between the leaders in public conversations where they wish to speak to amongst one another privately.

As for specifics of native languages to guard members, I imagine something like this:

  • Renata spoke Maltese (which at the time was apparently essentially Arabic)
  • Jane and Alec are both English speakers. Their language skills were very poor coming into being vampires, only ever getting the bare minimum of education as humans.
  • Felix spoke in Latin, being assumed (non-canonical) of origins from early Rome.
  • Chelsea and Afton are also both originally Latin speakers.
  • Heidi spoke in an earlier form of German.
  • Demetri had Greek (Byzantine) as his native language, but switched to a scattered mix of both Coptic and Old/Middle Egyptian after joining the Egyptian Coven.
  • Corin spoke in Gallic/Gaulish.
  • Santiago spoke Portuguese.

A lot of the time, applicant to both the inner coven and the guard, their language of choice fluctuates during the middle of a sentence, just because there’s so many, and most members there will understand them regardless.

Fang Boy and Lover Girl

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vampire Brendon smut if you have time :) love your blog!

A/N </ I was going to call this Panic! At the Twilight remake.


I was at my house in the pitch black. All the windows covered up. I was waiting for her to get here. I hear the key in the lock and foot steps getting closer and closer.

“Hey babe!” She says walking in and sitting down.

“Hey. How are you?” I ask

“I’m fine, you?”

“Ehh dark.”

We laugh. She moves her face closer to me and kisses me. I kiss her back as she climbs on top of my lap, grinding against me. Her hands start moving down to my pants so I stop her.

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Stuart: *On his phone.

(Y/N): Give it here, Stewie.

Stuart: Hey. Anyways, what is this?

Stiles: I think (Y/N) tricked us into watching an action but it’s a romance movie.

(Y/N): It still has action.

Thomas: Eww. Romance. How can you let (Y/N) convince us to watch this?

Stuart: How can she fall in love a vampire? They don’t exist.

Stiles: Actually…

(Y/N): Don’t ruin this, Stiles!

anonymous asked:

ss authors criticising their works

37. writers criticizing each other’s works au



Everyone told him he just had to read her novels. “They’re amazing,” they said. “The characters are so realistic and deep,” they said. “Her writing style is original and astounding,” they said. “She’s such a talented author,” they said. He was reluctant at first. That genre – cheesy, girly, over-dramatic romance – wasn’t his thing. But his friends and co-workers – and even his mother – kept bugging him about it, so he had to give up.

He went to the bookstore and found her first novel – the title, Hawk of the Cherry Blossom Tree, made him cringe slightly – in the best-sellers section. He bought it for a few yen. He went home, prepared some tea, and sat on his favorite chair to read. He opened his mind and then the book, briefly relishing on its smell, and began.

An hour into it, he decided he just couldn’t go on.

“I tried,” he said to himself as he shut the book and put it on the coffee table. “I really did.”

But Haruno Sakura’s novel was absolutely, unbelievably, ridiculously terrible.

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