i drew this a few days ago and forgot to scan it

Eyes│a.i

Originally posted by kassipayette

i’m like 110%  sure i’ve used that gif before but whatever - also this is rly good like read it you won’t regret it lmao, i’m begging 

Series: Paid to be Popular - The Purpose of Love - Bittersweet Generation

Requested: no, but i had a convo w @calumofficials a very long time ago about college!ashton lmao

Pairing: Art major!Ashton x Y/N

Description: When Y/N looks over the cute and curly-haired art major’s shoulder, she realises who he has been drawing for a long period of time; her.

It had become a normal thing for Ashton just to sit outside on the grass with a sandwich by his side and his sketchbook in his lap as he leant up against that one bench and then he would just draw whatever or whoever crossed his road. Sometimes it would be a gloomy flower in front of him, other times it would be scenarios or a person with a crazy hairdo just walking past. This had become a habit. After lunch, he would just sit down on the grass, not on the bench, but on the grass. Normally, he would take his lunch with him, maybe even some music occasionally. Drawing everything that he could think of.

This day was no different. He sat with his brown, round glasses on the bridge of his nose, the curls laying perfectly messy on his head, and his tongue sticking out as he focused on the current drawing. A girl. The girl he had slowly become more attracted to. He didn’t know her. All he knew was that after lunch she would be sitting with her friends on the lawn, the exact same time Ashton was.

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Ghost Story [Pt 2]

Pairing: Bucky x Reader

Summary: You were designed to disappear. What happens when you’re caught?

Warnings: Language

Word Count: 1739

A/N: Hurrah, Bucky makes an appearance! This part is a bit of a doozy, but I couldn’t split it up without it still making sense. It flashes back and forth between the readers PoV and the Avengers PoV. As always, feedback is most welcome!

Series Masterlist // Part 1 // Part 2 // Part 3

Originally posted by slayalec

Today was the day you were going to resign. It broke your heart to leave so suddenly after working at the coffee shop for all those years. Your coworkers were your first glimpse of kindness after escaping Hydra, and the owners were the closest thing you had to family. But you had become too complacent, and it was a mistake you couldn’t afford to let spiral out of control. This was to protect them.

You had spent the past two weeks creating a new identity, and now that everything was ready you just had to leave. Technically you could have left a few days ago, but goodbyes were hard and you were selfish.

You gave your apartment a final once over, your eyes skimming over the shelves of thoroughly loved books and photographed memories. You had tried so hard to not get attached to this place, but there was something about New York that drew you in and cocooned you in a blanket of hope. It was a fickle thing, the thought of hope. Hydra had sunk its claws in too deep for such a sweet thing to ever become a reality, yet you just couldn’t help the small spark that ignited when you first tasted freedom. Letting out a sigh, you flicked the lights off and closed the door before glancing at your watch. 6:48am. Perfect timing.

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Taking Chances

Pairing: Sungjin X Reader

Genre: Fluff

Word Count: 2,803

Request: Hi! Can I request a Park Sungjin scenario from day6 where he’s a shy barista and you’re a frequent customer (and well basically, he’s been interested in you for months but cant work up the courage to say anything but when you suddenly dont show up for a week and reappear back at the cafe, he starts becoming a little more daring while still being bashful and cute) i hope this request makes sense, sorry and thank you! :) have a nice day 💕💕 - anonymous


Putting on the most friendly smile, Sungjin greeted the customer before him, his fingers ready at the register’s touch screen. “Hello,” he said while making eye contact. “What can I get for you today?”

“I’ll have an Americano,” the man said, handing the cash right away. He wore an expensive suit, nicely tailored and ironed. The solid forest green tie complimented the rest of his clothes. He was the typical businessman who just stopped by a coffee shop to buy an Americano that will keep him up for the rest of the hours he would have to work.

Sungjin nodded his head and turned to Dowoon who stationed near the espresso machine. “Americano!” he repeated loud and clear to the coworker. Then he turned back to the customer and handed him back the change. “Have a nice day.”

A lot of customers walked in and out of the coffee shop throughout the day, so Sungjin and the rest of the employees worked efficiently the whole time, only ever taking a short lunch break. Most of the customers were women in their 20′s, usually out with a lot of friends. Brian, one of the other baristas, told Sungjin that they - the baristas - were the reasons the women kept returning to the coffee shop. Apparently, the ladies found them cute. Couples also came in for dates at the shop. Even though the coffee shop was quite large and full of people, it wasn’t loud enough to disturb others.

Busy with the next few customers, Sungjin did not notice that you had walked in until Jae stepped away from his dessert station where he managed all of the food items of the coffee shop. “Your girl is here,” Jae teased, a smug smile on his face, mischievously nudging Sungjin by the side.

Sungjin’s eyes lit up, and they quickly searched for your familiar pretty face. You were the third person in line with your attention on your own phone, no need to read the menu, and Sungjin knew why. You always ordered the same thing whenever you entered the shop. Sungjin already knew what you wanted without you telling him.

Jae, noticing a nervous look on Sungjin’s face, let out a laugh and started to walk away when Sungjin swiftly grabbed him by his shirt sleeve, causing Jae to stumble back. “Nah, not this time,” Jae answered, still laughing.

“Come on!” Sungjin implored quiet enough so that the next customer could not eavesdrop. “I’ll do anything you want.”

“You already did do everything I wanted,” Jae said, rolling his eyes. “You took over my station last month and let me go home early for my anniversary with my girlfriend. Two weeks ago, you tried to switch with Wonpil. Last week, you took some days off saying you were sick but then showed up at the same time as her, and you sat all the way in the corner of the shop. Are you really that scared to talk to (Y/N)?”

Sungjin smiled wryly. “I just don’t know what to say to her! What if I say something really dumb and make myself look like a fool?”

“Well, if you don’t talk to her at all, how is that going to help your relationship progress at all? You can know that she orders an iced vanilla latte every time, but she can’t read your mind, Sungjin.”

Sungjin turned back to get the female high school student’s order, and at the same time, took a quick glance at you, just a few feet away from him. His hands started to sweat with every push of a button on the screen. He knew that Jae was right, but he couldn’t beat his shyness at all. He made one last comment to Jae as Jae walked back to the dessert area. “Do this for me and I’ll treat all of you guys to pizza tonight,” Sungjin begged.

Jae’s brow raised. “And cola?”

Sungjin let out a sigh in defeat. “And cola.”

After the customer in front of you moved out of the line, you took a few steps forward. “Hey, (Y/N),” Jae greeted with a bright grin.

You smiled back at the tall barista. “Hey, Jae. How’s it going?”

Regularly visiting the coffee shop for about three months now, you managed to get the names of all of the baristas at the shop. Jae was the first one to ever get your order and always started short, quick conversations with you as he took your orders. “It’s going good. Nice seeing you today as well,” he said. “Iced vanilla latte?”

“Yes, sir,” you said with a small laugh as you handed him the money.

Jae nodded his head, taking your money and then quickly handing you back the change. “No need for a buzzer. I know you’re busy with your artwork, so I’ll just have someone bring the order to your table.”

“Oh, how nice of you,” you mused, touched by his actions. “I’ll be near the windows, as always.”

You leave the line and made your way to an empty table near the windows. After you placed your bag on the seat next to you, you pulled out your sketchbook and drawing tools. Flipping passed the pages you already drew on, you soon stopped on a fresh, new, clean page. What should today’s inspirations be, you asked yourself while scanning your surroundings.

Many things about the world always influenced your drawings from scenery to objects to people - anything that struck and left a deep impression and feeling in your heart. Suddenly, you remembered the first snow that fell last night. Watching from your apartment, the view was incredibly beautiful. It was so beautiful that you forgot to even make a sketch of it. With the image still vivid in your mind, you took a chance to finally get started. You reached out for your favorite pencil.

“You can’t be serious…” Jae groaned, quite exasperated.

Sungjin stayed silent as if he was being scolded.

“I’m with Jae on this one,” Brian said. “You’re really just bringing (Y/N)’s order to her.”

“Why me?” Sungjin sighed. “Either of you can.”

“Because you like her? And you should take this chance to actually get to know her? Honestly, you should be thanking us for all of this help.” Brian crossed his arms and gave Sungjin a look as if to challenge him.

“Tomorrow,” Sungjin said. “I’ll do it tomorrow.”

Jae shook his head but handed the tray over to Dowoon. He then whispered into the younger worker’s ear right before he let Dowoon go.

You shaded in the dark night sky when you heard someone clear his throat, calling for you attention. Immediately, you placed your pencil down and looked up to find Dowoon with your order. “Here you go, (Y/N),” he said as he placed the tray down in front of you.

On the tray was not only your iced vanilla latte, but two cream and red bean buns. Confused, you said, “I didn’t order the buns.”

“It’s on the house,” Dowoon replied with a smile. “From Sungjin.”

You leaned back and looked over to the cash register to find Sungjin happily listening to another order. Then, you met eyes with Dowoon again. “Really?”

Dowoon flashed a smile that you could not read. “Yeah! He said that he feels like he never got to talk to you since you always come when someone else is at the register. So to get acquainted with you, he told me to give you some buns as service. You seem to work really hard, and surely, coffee alone won’t help your hunger.”

“Aw, that’s so sweet of him,” you said. “Tell him I said ‘thank you.’ I’ll make sure to try and talk to him often. Too bad that it’ll have to wait until next week.”

“Next week? How come?”

You took a sip of your drink before you continued.

“My art class is taking a trip this upcoming week. We’re going to stop by a few museums out of the city, so I won’t be coming by the coffee shop.”

“Oh… I see.” Dowoon paused for a bit after receiving the unexpected information. “Well, I let you go back to work now. Enjoy.”

Night soon fell, and the coffee shop closed. The five baristas headed back to Sungjin’s apartment where he ordered pizza and cola like he promised. The friends sat together around the table as the TV played background noise. Jae pulled the first slice of supreme pizza and stuffed his mouth. Everyone else followed suit. “Man, I’m tired from standing all day.” Wonpil let out a deep sigh as he poured himself a cup of soda.

“But at least we got pizza,” Dowoon cheered. “Maybe having Sungjin always freak out when he sees (Y/N) is a good thing.”

“Most definitely not,” Brian responded as he took a bite out of his pizza. The male looked over at Sungjin. “You better keep your words and talk to her tomorrow.”

“I will,” Sungjin grumbled, taking multiple bites of his own pizza.

“Good,” Jae followed. “Better make a move before someone else will. (Y/N)’s beautiful and kind, so you can’t expect anyone to not flirt with her.”

Sungjin thought about you with someone else but then hurried to bury the thought. He could not believe how his timidness was letting all of his opportunities slip away. He silently made a pledge to himself to follow through and say a word to you when you visit again tomorrow.

“Oh, right,” Dowoon spoke up, looking at his friends. “(Y/N) said she’s not going to be there the rest of the week. She’s going on a class trip.”

Sungjin’s eyes shot wide, and he felt the pizza catch in his throat. Jae quickly handed him his cup of soda to wash everything down. “Why are you just saying this now?!” Jae exclaimed to Dowoon.

“Well, sorry. It was just so busy today that I forgot about it…”

“The whole week?” Sungjin said, mostly to himself.

Before you first stepped into the coffee shop, Sungjin always managed well. Work went by as usual. Everything was normal. Then after you showed up, things started to become different. Even though he could not muster up the courage to talk to you, he always anticipated your arrival. To him, you were like a vitamin that helped energize him from just your appearance alone.

It has been three months since you frequented at the coffee shop, ordering an iced vanilla latte, and Sungjin was used to that now. He did not like the idea of not seeing you for a week at all. He knew that the week would be hell.

And it was.

Going back to work the rest of the week, the days felt so slow to Sungjin. He always did the same thing, ringing up customers, but time just seemed to go by slower. Every time someone would ask for an iced vanilla latte, all he could think about was you.

Sungjin felt an urge to try harder the time you return. He would be more open and take more risks. There was a chance that you would not return his feelings, but he knew that it would be even worse if he did not try. If you liked him, that would be amazing. If not, then he would leave it at that, but he was not going to mope around and regret it later.

The following week, you were on your way back to the coffee shop. The trip to the museums were amazing and brought you so much inspiration that you filled your sketchbook with so many new drawings. You hoped to share your work with someone, so returning to your usual routine, you brought your book as well as one of your friends with you to get your favorite coffee.

The familiar aroma hit you as soon as you walked in, and you let out a happy sigh. Your friend, Soomi, did the the same thing. “Wow, I’ve heard of this coffee shop but never had the chance to go. Thanks for bringing me along, (Y/N).”

“No problem! I don’t want to say they make the best coffee because this is the only place I ever go to now, but… they make the best coffee.”

Both of you shared laughter as you stood in line. You let Soomi take a look at the menu for a few minutes and peeked at who was at the cash register; Sungjin was doing his usual greetings. Wonpil, who was standing around the cold drinks station, spotted you and waved his hands enthusiastically. You laughed and waved back at him.

Soomi turned back to see your exchange with Wonpil, and she leaned closer to you in a whisper. “Wow, all of the baristas here are cute, too.” You agreed.

Without you knowing, Sungjin was doing his best to calm down. He found you walking in with a friend, and his day suddenly became ten times better. The only thing left was to make sure he did not scare you off.

“Hi, Sungjin,” you said as soon it was your turn.

Confidence, Sungjin told himself. “(Y/N)! I see that you’re back from your trip. Dowoon told us. How was it? Iced vanilla latte?”

You smiled. “As always. As for the trip, it was amazing. I didn’t have any coffee there because I felt like I was betraying you guys, haha. But it was really fun. You should definitely go see it sometimes if you’re into that.”

“Thank you for your loyalty,” Sungjin chuckled. Wow, he could not believe how easy you were to talk to. If he knew, he would have done this sooner. “I see that you’ve brought a friend, too. Nice to meet you…”

“Soomi,” your friend answered, “it’s nice to meet you, too, Sungjin. Can I get a fresh lemon tea, please?”

“Of course.”

When Sungjin handed you a buzzer, your fingers softly brushed his, and he could feel his heart race. You thanked him and then walked with Soomi over to a table.

Sungjin turned around to Dowoon and Wonpil to give you and your friend’s order, and he saw all four of his friends give him a thumps up. “Nice job, Sungjin!” Jae exclaimed with excitement.

“He looks like he really likes you, (Y/N),” Soomi said, continuing her observations of the boys as you pulled out your sketchbook.

“Likes me? He just barely started talking to me,” you pointed out.

“Maybe he finally got the guts. I can tell he is definitely into you. He was even blushing a little while talking to you.”

Soomi turned back to you to make sure you were listening to her when she found you flipping through pages. Her eyes caught something, and she quickly caught your wrist to stop you.

Surprised, you looked up at her. Your friend had a playful look in her eyes. “You drew him, too?!” she asked.

“Soomi!” you said, trying to hush her.

She moved your arms to get a better look of the drawing that she made you stop at. Surely, it was the same features that belonged to Sungjin. You felt your cheeks start to heat up. “Someone has a crush on a cute barista,” Soomi sang.

The buzzer vibrated wildly on the table. You hurried to flip to a new page and stood up with the buzzer in your hand. “I’ll get our drinks,” you said, trying not to stammer and then speed walked over to the counter.

“Vanilla latte and lemon tea,” Sungjin told you as you handed him back the buzzer in return for the two drinks.

“Oh, this has a cup sleeve on it,” you said, taking a look at your cup. They never put a cup sleeve on your drink. You looked at Sungjin again. “Anyway, thank you so much, Sungjin.”

As you walked back to your seat, you turned your cup of coffee back and forth as if there was something unusual about it. In a few seconds, you found a number written on the cup sleeve. What-

Soomi thanked you as you gave her the lemon tea. You sat down and rotated the cup around again. There was a number on it. Your mind tried to piece the puzzle together. Was it Dowoon? He was the one making the coffee most of the time. Only, that answer did not make sense to you. “What are you doing, (Y/N)?” Soomi asked.

“Nothing…” you mumbled, still staring at the coffee cup. With one hand, you held the cup up, and the other started to slip the sleeve off of the cup. Written words slowly revealed itself, and as your eyes followed, your heart fluttered. (Y/N), have an amazing day. Hoping we can go out sometimes! -SJ

"Don't fear doll, I'll be always here to protect you"

A/N: Requested from Anon: “Don’t fear doll, I’ll be always here to protect you” for Bucky please?
I’m so proud of this one! Celebrating my blog’s 1 month, very tempted to make another part for this story, hope you like it! Please note that english is not my first language so there might be grammar mistakes

Pairings: Bucky X Reader

Prompt: Bucky will always be there to take care of you..

Warnings: violence 

Word count: 1125

Originally posted by blackinjustice

Your feet dragged heavily through the mud, splashing up to the back of your calves. Your shoulders slumped from the weight of your rifle, and you shrugged them trying to relief the pain. Your heavy eyelids flickers as you fought to to keep them open, feeling drained from the last few days on your mission. 

‘’We’ll soon get some rest, doll’’ Your attention was brought to the handsome man walking besides you and you shot him a weak smile. He chuckled weakly at your tired state, feeling the tiredness wash over him. It had been 5 days of traveling on foot, looking for your enemies base. 

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