i can't forget your love

I have a very fragile heart that constantly breaks at the thought of your arms around someone else.
—  Things I realized when I admitted that I’m not over you, part II
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cute bare faced jiyongie all bundled up (๑>◡<๑)

If I could tell you one thing, it’d be this. Don’t settle. Don’t settle until you get what you deserve, and it’s everything you’ve ever wanted. You wait for the person that you can tell them everything about you, and everything that has happened. You wait for the person who you can call up at 3am or 3pm and they’ll answer. You wait for the person who wants to know your favorite color and why it is that color. You wait for the person who you can sit up all night and talk to, or go out an party, or just hang out and sleep. You wait for the person you can trust fully, who makes you wanna be a better person but makes you happy that your you. You wait for the person that makes you feel so alive that you could do anything. You wait for the person who would do anything to make you smile just as you would for them. You wait for your person. Don’t you dare settle for less.
—  If I could tell you one thing…

The Magic Kaito fandom is just constant screaming literally any time Gosho decides to throw us a bone.

Sometimes I write indirect posts just hoping that you’ll see. Hoping that you’ll realise that it’s you. It’s always been you. I just wish I could know what your reaction would be if you knew.
—  Me

ivecarvedawoodenheart  asked:

Fic titles: How It Was Back When We Thought The Earth Was Flat (And Other Stories)

AKA the title of Steven Grant Roger’s memoirs, because he’s a snarky little shit.

It would probs be the story of him actually writing the memoir itself. For the heck of it, lets make it barbershop quartet, bc i love the four of them and also the dynamic of Sam and Nat and Bucky all picking on Steve for writing a memoir for fucks sake would be hilarious.

(”Guys, I have to, it’s–”
“In your contract. Yeah, we know.”
“Or so you say at least.”)

Unsurprisingly, the book (it’s really more of a collection of short, probably-true stories from Steve’s life) ends up being incredibly insightful, both into Steve’s own life, as well as Captain America’s impact on the cultural heritage of the United States, and the world as it is now and as it was before the war (hence the title). The other three are very proud, naturally.

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Sebastian Michaelis & Ciel Phantomhive || Kuroshitsuji