i just really like him all bloodied up

NO but this is too heartbreaking, because it could just as well be a scene where Newt is already dead, not just an awesome edit to show his death.

Just imagine it, the surviving Gladers having a bonfire to honor all their fallen friends, and Thomas takes a jar of that drink and sits down and holds it up, thinking “Here’s to you Newt. Wish you were here.” and then taking a sip all seriously and stuff but he just ends up spitting it all out like the first time

AND Newt’s ghost is sitting next to him, laughing his arse off, saying “Jeez Tommy all that and you’re still a bloody Greenie” but wishing he really was there to laugh with his friend, just one more time.

Also, this is not my gif, I think its this awesome person’s, if I’m wrong please correct me :)

Luke Imagine: Hockey AU

Author: Rhine


“Hold still, Luke.”

You pause for the tenth time that minute, trying to stare down the blonde boy sternly, though a small smile cracks on your lips.

“Sorry, babe. I’m just – “

“Really happy? You should be.”

He beams up at you – a large, wide-toothed grin that makes him look like a little boy despite his broad, padded jersey and long legs.

“But I’ll be even happier if you could sit still long enough for me to clean this nasty cut on your lip.”

“If I do, will you let me kiss you?”

You sigh dramatically, hands hovering over his face, bloodied towel still in your hand.

“Yes, yes, Luke, now close those pretty lips of yours before you get a mouthful of blood.”

“All night?”


He closes his mouth obediently but beams happily at you – which makes the large cut on his lip bleed more, but he doesn’t seem to mind, blue eyes glimmering despite the dim lighting of the locker rooms.

 You focused your attention on Luke’s face one more, one hand gently tilting his jaw up to your face, the other lightly dabbing at the bleeding wound.

Despite the fact that you were standing up and Luke was sitting down on the benches, you were only a few inches taller than him – his long legs were stretched out, occasionally wrapping themselves around your calves.

His hands were half-resting on his thighs, his fingers tracing patterns on the back of your upper thighs, pulling you closer towards him whenever you started to drift away. You were practically centimeters away from his body, and with his thick padded jersey, you can almost feel his chest moving against your torso with every breath he took.  

You knew he was eager to go back to his teammates – you could feel it in his antsy fingers on your thighs – but you were determined to fix up his bloodied lip and bruised cheek before he spent the night celebrating.

And Luke deserved to have a night of fun – his team did win the championship, after all.

You know how hard he and his team worked – months upon months of rigorous training and exhausting practices, all leading up to this one night. This one game.

Countless nights spent at the arena skating hundreds of laps and shooting thousands of pucks; passes between team members that were practiced until they were flawlessly executed; running drills and lifting sessions in the freezing snow.

You knew how much this game meant to Luke.

You were there at the end of every night, there to fix him up some hot tea and dinner at four in the morning; trying to unknot his tense shoulders during the quick breaks in between practices.

You saw the sweat that left a pale sheen on his face despite the below freezing weather, you saw the bruises and the cuts that came from a slip-up that he couldn’t afford, a mistake he shouldn’t of made.

You were at every game that led up to the championship; the school rinks to the large stadiums. You made sure you were there from the moment he stepped onto the ice, blue eyes determined, to the second he skated off, yet another trophy in his arms.

You’re my lucky charm.

He always made sure you were always sitting in the front row, his large jersey on your back, so big it nearly touched your knees. He had a superstition; this theory that you’re the reason for his agile skating, his flawless passes, his winning goal.

You’d tell him that it was because of his hard work and dedication – I’m pretty sure it’s just all of your late night training paying off, Luke – but he was stubbornly cheeky about it, insisting that your presence was the reason why he played so well.

I’d be nothing without you.

He’d be stubborn almost to the point of ridiculous to having you attend every single one of his games; driving you six hours to the stadium if you didn’t have a ride; talking to your parents and somehow convincing them to let you stay the night in some strange city for his big hockey game.

You’re not sure how he does it, but you’re fairly certain it has something to do with his baby blue eyes.

Nevertheless, you’d be at every game, there to cheer him on. He made a point to have you in the very front row, closest to the ice – he even argued with a few of the managers in the past to kick people out just to keep you in.

Luke, it’s not that big of a deal – I can sit in the back.

No. My girl has to sit in the front.

You’d call him a superstitious freak, but there’s no deny the fact that you liked it whenever Luke skated up to the glass windows closest to you, kissing the glass and leaving a faint mark, blue eyes staring only at you despite the small entourage of fans that he had acquired.

Back in the game, Hemmings!

Luke would skate off, a smirk on his lips as he rejoined his teammates, tapping the ice with his well-worn hockey stick.

He’d always grin at you while he skated about, pointing to you and blowing you a large kiss or shooting you a cheeky wink after every goal he scored.

That one was for you, babe.

You’d be cheering the loudest and everyone would know that despite the small cluster of girls who screamed Luke’s name with hysterical cries, you were his girl.

It was obvious – you had his name across your back. The oversized jersey might’ve been loose on your shoulder, but the thick black Hemmings was still legible from rows away.

It was an unspoken tradition between the two of you – you’d wear Luke’s very first jersey to every game, the jersey he wore when he was three sizes smaller with thinner shoulders and shakier hands.

It’d still be much too big for you, but you knew Luke loved the way you wore his name on his back.

You were his girl.

And despite the screaming girls, you were his number one fan.


He was particular nervous tonight.

Everything – everything – was leading up to this one game. The championship.

He had spent months and months training and they had come too far just to lose now.

You remember how Luke’s hands shook for the whole entire car ride, and there was nothing you or his teammates could say that would dissipate the worry that creased his forehead.

You remember how he was the last to leave the locker room, and how he pulled you aside before stepping on the ice.

How he cupped your face with his shaking hands and leaned his forehead against yours, his helmet forgotten at his feet and his hock stick leaned on the side of the doorway, waiting for him.

You remember how he closed his eyes and breathed in deeply, inhaling your scent, letting your steady belief in him calm him down again.

You think you can almost hear his racing heart through his thick jersey.

Don’t worry, Luke. I know you can do it.

When he finally opened his eyes again, they’re as pale as the ice his teammates were already warming up on, piercing you.

He pressed his lips onto yours and held it there, lingering for as long as he could before his coach could drag him away.

Let’s go, Hemmings! You can kiss your girlfriend all you want when we win!

You grinned before helping him fasten on his helmet, blooping his nose playfully in an attempt to ease his tension.

I love you, Luke.

He’s too nervous to say the words back, but you don’t mind – you already know from the way his lips lingered on yours, from the way he traces the neckline of his jersey on your body, smiling lightly at himself as he does.

With one last longing touch, he turns away and skates confidently onto the rink, the crowd roaring at his appearance.

And then the game began.


It was a close game.

They were neck-and-neck for most of the game, a few points difference throughout the whole entire game.

You could feel your heart beating uncontrollably in your chest just from watching – you couldn’t even imagine how Luke was feeling now.

He hid his nerves well, though – he was just as agile as ever on ice, skating on the smooth surface as if he was meant to be there, as if it was what he had been doing his whole entire life.

He glides almost effortlessly, swooping in and out between the opposing players, dodging their attempts at stopping him from reaching the goal.

You don’t have to see Luke’s eyes to know the fiercely determined look they held, biting his lip in pure concentration.

He’s in his own world now – the world of hockey that he immersed himself so deeply in.

You nearly shriek out loud when another player from the opposing team slams him into the boards surrounding the rink, a deafening crash when his body collides into the solid barrier.

It’s on the opposite end to where you’re sitting, but you can clearly see the smudge of blood on the windows, Luke already up and trying to fight out of his teammates’ grips, yelling at the player who crashed into him.

You can’t make out his words, but you’re quite certain they’re not family-friendly.

The other player receives a penalty, and you’re one of the many who cheer when the other boy skates off the ice.

When Luke skates over to your area again, you can’t help but to let out a gasp, hands flying to your face.

His right cheek is already sporting a bright purple bruise, blood gushing from his nose and lip. He waves off the referee and his coach, mopping up the blood from his face haphazardly before re-entering the game, flecks of red dripping onto the ice behind him.

Your heart seizes up at the sight of Luke’s dark grimace at his injuries, but his jaw is set and his eyes are focused, and you know nothing would take him out of the game – his game.

You watch in worry and anticipating for the remainder of the game, cheering loudly when Luke’s team scores and biting your lip when the other gains a point.

The two teams are tied and time’s almost up – your eyes are practically glued onto Luke, his broad shoulders weaving his way through the thicket of players trying to block him, his hockey stick expertly guiding the black puck to the goal.

The counter seems to be speeding up and it seems as if there’s barely any time left – Luke’s close to the opposite net, pushing himself to skate faster, barely even hesitating to calculate the angle or the speed or the strength, simply slamming the puck as hard as he could towards the goal.

You swear everyone in the arena forgets to breathe.

The puck is flying through the air and all eyes are glued to the little black circle that makes its way towards the net, whizzing through the cold air.

The goalie is a second too late and the puck is too fast for him, rocketing into the goal with a resounding clack as it hits one of the back posts before falling to the ice with a satisfying clunk that no one hears through the roaring cheers that echo in the arena.

You’re screaming at the top of your lungs, jumping up and down and doing a little dance of glee, shrieking in happiness.

It’s in he scored they’ve won they’ve won –

In the middle of the arena, you can see Luke being tackled by his teammates, bodies heaping together and arms patting one another without seeing faces, a deafening roar of happiness coming from the winning team – the champion team.

They spend a few minutes shouting and congratulating one another – we did it, we did it – and everyone is a pile of jerseys and smiles, the worn out creases and the worry lines forgotten in their victory.

Luke skates to retrieve the large golden cup that brands them as champions, and he holds it triumphantly above his head, yelling loudly at the crowd that cheers back at him, twice as loud.

You think you’ve lost your voice.

One by one, the boys skate off the rink, still hollering and laughing and yelling in delirious happiness, greeting their coach, who clapped their backs and kissed their helmets.

Luke hands the large trophy to his coach, who clops Luke especially hard on the shoulders, yelling that’s my boy before escaping his grasp, nearly stumbling to you, a wide smile on his face.

He’s graceful on ice, but once he’s on dry ground again, he’s staggering towards you – you always told him he was a penguin on land – although you suspect this time, it’s due to his elation.

Luke picks you up, engulfing you in his arms before pressing his lips hard against yours.

Your feet are off the ground and you don’t care that his jersey is damp with sweat and you can taste his blood in your mouth but despite it all, you think it’s the best kiss you’ll ever have in your life.

People are watching and hooting but you could care less.

When the two of you finally pull away, you’re both breathless and you suspect there’s blood on your lips but you smile widely at Luke anyways.

Congratulations, champ. I knew you could do it.

Not without my lucky charm.


“Am I good to go?”

Luke looks up at you with innocent wide eyes, clutching at your thighs, a small smile playing on his lips.

You sigh, lightly brushing your thumb across his lips, scrunching your nose at him.

“I guess so – you’ll be good for now, but I’m gonna put some ointment on that bruise before we go to sleep. Wouldn’t want to scratch up that pretty face of yours – you’re gonna have a lot of pictures to take when we get back home.”

“You’re pretty enough for the both of us.”

You make a funny face at Luke and he laughs, finally letting go on his grip on you as you put away the bloodied towel, starting to pack up his equipment into his large duffel bag.

He stands up and groans as he stretches, bones cracking from sitting down.

“Thanks, babe.”

He presses a gentle kiss on your temple, one hand on your waist and the other carrying the large duffel bag.

“Anything for my champion.”

“I like the sound of that – champion.

“Don’t get too big-headed – there’s still next year’s games.”

“Just let me have my moment.”

He pouts at you and you laugh, his arms pulling your body closer to him so you can lean your head onto his collarbones.

“C’mon – let’s go celebrate!”


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Third Time Lucky

Summary: Dan keeps trying to ask Phil the ‘big question’, and Phil is a little oblivious to it.

A/N: for the phanfic weekly challenge (i cant write anything under 300 words apparently im sorry). also two of these are not my ideas so thank you to (x) for being more creative than me.

Phil always has been a little clueless.

Not that Dan doesn’t love it. It’s really endearing, actually. But hell, it’s frustrating him right now to the point of just giving up and asking him out right.

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The Top Fics of The Harry/Louis Summer Fic Exchange

By kudos. I just really like lists.

1.   My Heart, In Deadly Rhythm by Impetuous

There exists somewhere a very, very small list containing the names of people who don’t want Louis Tomlinson dead. Harry Styles may or may not be one of those people.

(or a Spies!AU in which Liam is the Wade to Louis’ Kim Possible, Zayn seduces people for intel, Niall is an expert at blowing things up, and Harry is more than a bit famous in his particular field… or infamous, actually. And Louis? Well, Louis just wishes people would quit trying so bloody hard to kill him all the time.)

   2.   Let’s Talk About Making Love by istajmaal

“That’s my name, baby, I’m Louis.” The voice on the phone inhales sharply, then says, “Gonna take my cock now, princess?”

Harry lets out a high-pitched mhmm and shudders as he pulls his fingers out of his hole, groping for the vibrator. “Nice to meet you,” he says, feeling a bit dizzy with how hard his untouched cock is.

Louis is just a simple phone sex line operator, but to Harry, he’s Daddy.

   3.   Hit The Heartbrakes by Hazmesentir

With his best friend and eternal roommate Zayn getting married and abandoning him, Louis has planned the world’s biggest stag do to send him off into married life – a week in Thailand showing him all the things he’s going to be missing when he becomes a married man. But Zayn has neglected to mention that Louis’ ex and their old uni friend Paddy will be coming – along with his successful, rich new boyfriend. Determined not to let Paddy ruin his fun once again, he enlists the help of an attractive backpacker by the name of Harry, who good-naturedly agrees to go along with pretending he’s Louis’ boyfriend for the week. A week of sun, sea, booze and no-strings-attached sex beckons, but as always, things don’t go quite as planned…

   4.   Accidentally In Love by Star55

Louis wakes up with a killer hangover and a marriage certificate for a guy he’s never even met before.

   5.   Hold My Breath by zarah5

AU. It’s possible — possible — that his three-week ban from the football pitch makes Louis just a tad antsy. Surely it’s not so bad that it warrants punishment in the form of his friends signing him up for a yoga class? Either way, Louis is determined to hate every second of it.

He didn’t count on a yoga instructor who wears flower-patterned headscarves and smiles like summer won’t end.

   6.   So Darling, Just Say You’ll Stay Right by My Side by Supernope

Harry is visibly buzzing with excitement as they get into the police car, and Louis laughs, reaches out to put a hand on Harry’s knee and try and calm him a bit. “Relax, McClane, we’re just stopping in on a few of the local businesses to say hello. No need to sit with one finger on the trigger.”

“I don’t think you’ll need to worry about me being trigger-happy, Lou,” Harry says with another one of his megawatt grins, patting the water pistol holstered by his hip.

[AU where Louis is the chief of police in a small sea-side town and Harry is his new deputy who’s a bit of a pacifist and a lot wonderful.]

   7.   Cotton Candy Kiss, Can’t Wait For My Sugar Rush by Ballsdeepinjesus

“Kind of hard to reach my back with it though, innit?” Louis asks. “I’d need someone else to really reach my sore spots, wouldn’t I? In fact, all of this would be a little nicer with someone to share it with, I think.”

Harry stares at him for a moment, clearly debating over what to say. Eventually he blurts, “I could draw you a bath.”

Finally. Louis grins and looks up at a horror-stricken Harry through his eyelashes. “That’s the sweetest come on I’ve ever heard, Harry. Draw me a bath, though, are we sixty years old?”

[harry and louis work at a mall for the summer]

   8.   We’re Afire Love by Soleilouis

Harry and Louis are best friends. Harry has the whole “crush” thing under control, honestly. Until, of course, he moves in with Louis and his baby.

   9.   With Your Love We Could Breathe Underwater by Luminescents

Harry’s brow furrows, a look of confusion spreading over his face. “But I am real. I exist, see,” he says, raising a hand out of the water and wiggling his fingers at Louis.

 Louis finds himself relaxing a bit. Harry seems harmless really. And he’s quite cute, for something that’s not supposed to exist. If Louis is indeed having a hallucination right now, at least it’s a cute one.

 AU where Harry is a mermaid, Louis is a human, and they both discover a lot more than they anticipated.

 10.   Turn Any Corner, There’s Something New by Balanceds

AU. After graduating from uni with his degree in Costume Design, Harry Styles is finally ready to start as a dresser on his first real West End show. Nothing can get in his way.

Well, except for maybe dressing Olivier-winner Louis Tomlinson. Who Harry has not-so-secretly been wanking to for years. Even worse, although Louis has never commented publicly on his sexuality, he seems to be paying a worrying amount of attention to Harry’s arse. Staying professional proves to be difficult.

(basically lots of fluff, backstage hijinks, and a dab of smut)


“How many times have you watched someone cling on to a life that’s not really worth living? Eking out a last few seconds. Wondering why they bother.”

“I know why. Life is precious.”

Here’s the ongoing series of screenshot paintings.

And if anyone’s interested, you can buy prints at this place, or message me with a commission if there’s a particular screenshot you’d like to see painted.

Tom x POC Actress: Zendaya and Tom’s Photo shoot

The reader is with Tom on his photo hoot with Zendaya. 

***I honestly didn’t plan on making it these long, lol!

Warnings: Cursing, Fluff, sexual innuendos, JEALOUSY, and other stuff


You walked into the studio with Tom hand in hand. Harrison walked behind the both of you, on his phone making sure everything was on schedule. You all were greeted warmly by the staff and they led you guys into Tom’s room.

You walked over to the clothes rack, “Plaid, I like!” You said turning to look back a Tom.

He was sleepy and really didn’t want to be here. He was such a big baby. You walked over to him and grabbed his hand to sit him in the make up chair.

“Do you need coffee babe?” You asked. “No, I just want to lay in bed with you. I’m bloody tired!”

You rolled your eyes and walked out of the room to go get him a cup of coffee. While turning the corner to the kitchen you bumped into a tall figure.

“Dammit Y/N!” You heard Zendaya say.

You laughed and apologized, “Sorry girl!”

“No prob hon. I was actually on my way to the kitchen too.”

You guys linked arms and walked to the marble counter, “Tom is being such a baby! He has the opportunity to do this amazing shoot and is worried about laying in bed.”

Zen snickered and poured coffee into two cups, “Men.”

“So are you excited?” You said pouring 2 creams and 2 sugars in the cup, just how Tom always liked it.

“Super. Have you seen the set?”

You shook your head and followed her out of the kitchen, with the hot coffee in hand.

She led you to the stage that was meant to be for her and Tom. “Wow, I love it.”
“Well, let me get this to Spider-man. See ya soon boo!”

“Bye love!” You walked you separate ways.

“Here.” You said plainly, shoving the hot beverage in his hand. He groaned and sipped. “Zendaya is here. It’s great to see someone is excited about this.”

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Elliot is home and sleeping soundly now. Although for his last mommy pleaser of the day, he scared the shit out of me yet again. We drove home on the freeway and as soon as I was stopped at a light off the exit I peeked behind me to see Elliot’s whole face covered in blood. Like really covered. I would post a photo but I’m afraid it would gross everyone out. I immediately found a place to pull off the road to see what was up, and I think it was just a bloody nose or his IV scab, that he then rubbed all over.
I got him cleaned up, then cried the rest of the way home, because really!?!?
Thank goodness today is over.

abbyandthemike  asked:

I feel like the squad would get into bar fights together and then come home with bruises and bloody noses and Burr just scolds them then bandages them up and kisses them

Like they break into his apartment at 3 am ((bc of course they stole his key)) and they wake him up bc Laurens’ face is all busted upa nd they need the medical kit, so he of course has to patch them all up.

And they’re all laughing and regaling him with their tale of how they beat up like 10 guys and it was great but Burr’s really quiet and glaring at them and they’re like, “whats’ wrong?”

“You can’t keep doing this. One of these days you’re going to get hurt and i won’t be able to do anything more than call an ambulance.”

And they all start w/ “awwww you care abt us!” like joking but Burr just glares at them.

“Yes. I do.”

ANd hell if that doesn’t shut them up real fast.

I just finished watching it again this time with subtitles.


I mean I believe he does feel strongly for him but like we don’t really know what’s up up with him (and something definitely is yeah?) and then he goes all being cutesy and distracting and Isak looking all like I hope hope hope I’m not wrong about this but then Even makes him smiiiiiile and he gives in.