i felt like writting

She’s not Worth It

Originally posted by animeswim

Part II /  Part III / Part IV / Part V / Part VI

Requested: Nope, I just felt like writting it (also I had this idea during Physics class and I wasn’t in the mood to pay attention to the teacher). 

Prompt: Liam is dating Hayden, but Hayden hates (y/n), who happens to be a Witch and Scott’s new half sister. Scott has no idea that (y/n) knows about the supernatural world, until one night, Liam gets out of control. 

Fandom: Teen Wolf

Character: Liam Dunbar 

Word Count: 1.803

Warnings: Bullying, sadness, sassy Brett and angry Liam

Type: I don’t think it has a type… Fluff, I guess? You decide.

Part II -> http://justabloodyglader.tumblr.com/post/126716962497/am-i-worth-it

(I can’t fucking tag it.) 

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FIC: Kiss Me With Bullets

Eunhyuk is a stripper working at Donghae’s club. And Donghae’s taken a liking to him since he is Eunhyuk’s only ‘special client’. It may even be love but neither of them mentions it. One night, the club goes under fire by a client who refuses to pay back his debt and Eunhyuk gets caught in the crossfire.

Donghae later finds out that Eunhyuk is dead.

2 months later, Donghae’s company hires a new accountant who looks strangely like Eunhyuk - except for his black hair and thick round glasses.

coming soon!

38/55, Kylo Ren

I said tomorrow and it’s tomorrow already XD Requested by Anon. Yeah, I felt like writting something smutty. Idk if that’s exactly what you wanted ;v I hope you’ll like it tho’.


K, but imagine teayehhh… Just imagine, ok?

“Is it supposed to look like that? Are you sure?” Kylo asks in a hesitant tone. The lights are off, he’s kneeling on your bed in the kinda-green jumpsuit, kinda-orange waistcoat and embarrassment.

“Oh, yes” you say with a deep voice after approaching the bed. A wide green comes across your face. Your hand touches his chick and goes lower, lower, studying every single muscle on its’ way down. A young man lets out a quiet growl as you manage to get low enough.

“Where did you even get those?”

“Shhh” you squeeze harder. “Doesn’t matter, it looks great on you.” Your lips meet in a hungry kiss as he pulls you closer. He bites your tongue when you try to take the initiative. A few buttons of the jumpsuit get undone with your free hand. Kylo moans into your ear and licks it.

“First, you want me to wear this stupid suit” you hit the mattress, the dark haired man towers above. “Then, you want me to take it off” he lowers himself down to crush you with that big body, make sure you remain still as his hand runs down to between your legs.

“You may keep it on, however” you pulling his head closer to reach the ear you whisper: “Don’t you think getting inside me through the suit might be hard? Even for you” and laugh.

Kylo’s muscles get immediately strained. “You’ll scream for me tonight” he threats while taking off the suit.

“Tear it apart. It kinda blows.”

“You said it looks good” he frows.

“Well, I lied” you shrug. The room fills up with your filthy laughter again. “It’s goddamn awful. Destroy it. I don’t want to see it anymore.”

“Oh really?” a sinful smile brightens up his face. “Remember that undercover thing I told you about? I think I just found the right disguise. Every time you see it I make you think, very intensively, about what is to happen tonight, you have my word.”

“No, I hate when you do this during my work time. Why the hell are you laughing?! Are you having fun, once you came out with this clearly brilliant idea?”

I’m laughing because you’re angry. I swear I didn’t do it! It was you, who brought up the suit. Face the consequences.”

Lautrec’s master list

You know that conversation between Harry and Sirius ‘bout James and Lily?

- She hated him!

Nah, she didn’t.

Ok, but just imagine this…

Mary, Marlene and Dorcas found James and Lily at the same time as Sirius, Remus and Peter. they were so close one to another that all of their friends thought they were going to kill each other or something. trying to stop them, the six of them almost ranto the dark lake, where they were. Suddenly, James and Lily got even closer and, shocking their friends, they kissed. Softly first, a bit passionate in a moment. All of them stood there, almost freaking out, having no idea o what was going on., their eyes opened widely. Sirius opened his mouth like he was going to say something. He closed it and opened it again.

- But… but…-, he stuttered-. She hates him.

Marlene shooked her head, with a little smile starting to appear on her face. Of course she knew nothing about James and Lily, just like the others. But it wasn’t as much of a surprise for the girls as it was for the marauders.

Nah-, Marlene said-, she doesn’t.

I just felt like it had to be something Marlene told Sirius. And I felt like writting Blackinnon <3

I’m so sorry if there’s any mistake (surely there are some), english’s not my mother tongue.

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