i want to be friends with whoever wrote this

Privacy; Interrupted

Summary: Request from Anon -The boys get bored and insisted on joining you while you grocery shop. [and it turned into whatever this is, sorry.]**

Characters: Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes

Word Count: 1300+

Warnings: Language, implied smut, terrible writing, PWP, Ash having a computer, smut,  idfk reader beware.

A/N: This is a rewrite from a SPN fic I wrote from an anon request. The bolded italics are the reader’s thoughts. I wasn’t going to tell you that but I figured I save myself the time of answering asks about it.

Originally posted by skylerlockerbie

Day 11 without a hint of action and the boys are officially driving me nuts. With the Accords in place, Bucky in recovery, and Tony Stark nowhere to be found, life was pretty dull around your safe house.

I, on the other hand, have buried myself  into my writing. Finally putting some much needed thought into my  novel, adding bit and pieces to my screenplay, and dabbling in some prose that was a little ‘less dignified’. I spend way more time thinking of synonyms of penis, than I’d like to admit.

The guys weren’t prepared for the sudden onslaught of nothingness and since I’d taken up permanent residence with them, I was now their sole form of entertainment.

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SUMMARY: Sometimes, you just need to get lost in a corn maze to find the totally-not-a-murderer love of your life.

A/N: this is bad and rushed but hey at least i wrote it, that counts for something right? honestly this started out as a legitimate imagine and then just went to shit so have fun reading i guess (none of it fits together or makes any sense but it’s fine)


Going to a corn maze with her friends had originally seemed like a good idea to Y/N. It was finally October, after all, and they wanted to do something to celebrate the autumn season - what could be better than a corn maze? And then someone had made it into a competition: everyone splits up and whoever makes it out first wins. Even then, everything had still seemed okay, because Y/N would be damned if she wasn’t going to win. Plus, how bad could it be, really? Pretty bad, it turned out. It had been half an hour and she was completely lost. Even worse, her phone had no service.

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☽ Love of Mine

Pairing ∘ Remus Lupin x Reader

Word Count ∘ 2.4k

WarningsNone! It does get a tiny bit heated near the end though ;)

A/NLike last time, I had quite a lot of fun writing this reader insert! I tried to make it shorter than my previous one but it looks like I barely managed to do so :P I don’t know if my idea came across as well as I had hoped it to, especially since this took me longer to edit and fix, but I’m happy with the outcome. I hope you enjoy, please let me know what you think! It would mean the world to me ♡

SongI Adore You by Molly Burch

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xagrok  asked:

Hm. I headcanon that in a world where Percy is a son of Neptune, he falls in love with Jason - their fights, bickering, and spats would be even worse than Percy and Annabeth's, but I think they'd grow even fonder of each other due to the stricter camp rules and pressure.

I really, really wanted to make this a longer au fic, but I don’t think I’ll have time for that. (Maybe… if it’s something loads of people want, but …eh.)
So, I just wrote a small little thing instead:

“What do you mean he’s gone?” Percy snarls and leans further over the table.

Reyna does not shrink back, does not flinch. She isn’t scared of Percy, although maybe she should be. If she wasn’t Percy’s best friend, then he might have lashed out with more than just his words.

“I mean that we’ve searched the entire camp and New Rome and there is no trace of him, or whoever might have taken in, or whichever direction he might have run in.” Reyna explains, calmer than someone who doesn’t know Percy quite as well might have in her place.
“The panic is already bad enough, people screaming that if we can’t even protect our own praetor…” She trails off, then looks up to meet Percy’s eyes. “– I can’t have you freaking out on me too.”

Percy’s fists uncurls on the table, but the tension doesn’t leave his body. He takes a few deep breaths, reminds himself that Reyna doesn’t deserve this, that it’s not her fault.

“What do you need me to do?” Percy asks through gritted teeth. His instincts are screaming at him, that he should be out there finding him, but he already knows that this isn’t what Reyna is going to ask from him.

“Step up and take his place until we find him.” She says quietly, and her voice betrays that the thought pains her as much as it pains Percy. “They won’t question your authority, we all know Jason would have picked you. And I need your help if I want to keep this under control.”

Reyna sighs then and runs her fingers through her dark hair. It’s not braided today, and that alone should have told Percy that Jason’s disappearance has taken its toll on Reyna as well.

Percy hates the idea, he never wanted to be praetor, but he finds himself nodding anyway.

“Until we find him.” He agrees.

rigitwolf  asked:

Ok, I know everyone praises P2 for having a canon gay relationship, But can we talk about how it isn't apex of represantation. I mean, while Jun's great, writers avoided giving him a Shadow. Also his relationship with Tatsuya has pretty much all yaoi cliches of that time (like game can't stop reminding us how feminine Jun is). I think Naoto and Kanji's (and Chie's, in the original) are much realistic and meaningful represantations of gender perspective in Japan.

I agree with some things you have said Anon, but I also think you got a lot of things wrong too, so I’m going to try to adress those things down below in this big post.

Just have in mind that this could be just my own opinion in the matter and I could have made some mistakes or forgotten to mention something, but I really respect your opinion and I will be careful to say anything about the matter.


ALSO: I saw some ignorants saying that “the game isn’t even supposed to represent anything” and no, don’t freaking use this excuse for putting dirt under the rug, just don’t. If you are going to mention it in a game at least do it right.

First, I don’t think Jun not having a shadow has anything to do with bad writing because they explored his backstory very well even without a presence of his shadow (there is shadows in P2, but if you came from P4 thinking that shadows are necessary you can get some things wrong, exploring your “true self” is not the main point here, this is more of a SMT game where evil and good are the main attraction).

For example, Jun was manipulated to be Joker and control the shadows that were forcefully created to obey him, there wasn’t a reason for him to control his own shadow to begin with.

But this doesn’t mean we don’t try to show him who he truly is and have a insight of his confusing mind and what he really thinks of himself, through the Caracol dungeon we have a look inside Jun’s mind (looking at his younger self that appears like a ghost) and how he was manipulated to believe there wasn’t anything positive for him anymore.

And the relief of seeing the truth of himself.

He didn’t have a reason to have a shadow at all because he was already accepting the things he had done and accepted what was his true self (we even fight him in two forms, it would be a bit too much to have a three round battle against another side of Jun again, seriously that thing was terrible I don’t think I need another Jun to beat up, please, just don’t).

Second, I think Jun being feminine wasn’t exaggerated or “yaoi cliche”, he is a very caring, warm and protective character shown to have big problems of being antisocial, using his calculating self to manipulate other people and the big trauma he suffered when he thought Maya died made him even more closed.

Even if it is canon that he likes Tatsuya they don’t just slap that in your face with homophobic jokes or him being forcefully flirty every second too, he is caring with Tatsuya, praises him and is very attentive with him, Ginko considers him a “rival in love” just like Maya and the rest is pretty much optional demon negotiation dialogues where you flirt with him (that you, the player, can choose to unlock), calling him your “boyfriend” or saying “you like him”, but that’s similar for the girls too. I don’t remember anything overly exaggerated or mandatory for his interactions.

Now, Kanji too has what you would call a feminine side, Jun loves flowers and Kanji loves cute things and crocheting. I don’t see anything wrong in male characters to be shown to have “feminine” interests, this is what we would call representating people that feel that way too. Let boys smell flowers and admire cute things for god’s sake, this is beautiful and there’s nothing wrong with that (both Jun and Kanji wear make up during some scenes too).

But in Persona 4 they totally mock Kanji for having those traits, they call him “queer” and even his own father says that “because he is a man he needs to be strong” and this confused him to no end. We don’t have this kind of homophobic reaction for Jun feminine traits whoever. 

I don’t think it was bad to adress those things, but for the way they made Yosuke (his own friend) to call him queer and make rude jokes all the time when he already suffered enough? That was painfully horrible and nobody called him out for that while on the other hand Ginko just says for Tatsuya you are free to love whoever you want when you choose to say you are interested in Jun and that’s it. They don’t shame you or Jun of being queer.

(This whole scene makes me uncomfortable. I’m sorry they wrote you that badly and scrapped your romance route Yosuke).

In Persona 2 Jun is already shown to be a canon gay character without problems to accept this part of himself because he didn’t suffer from people being homophobic with him (he was already suffering enough with trying to get away from people to begin with), but I don’t think this means he is a bad representation just because he didn’t suffer from it. He is just a character that accepted himself easily because Tatsuya was someone special for him since he was a child and he had even a worse trauma of being manipulated to cope with.

As for Naoto, I think she was a great character who saw how bad and sexist society was of having a girl as a detective and needed to dress up like a boy to continue with it and also because she admired male detective figures that marked her childhood, there is also a lot of transexual implications on her shadow, but she was a nice representation by herself (maybe some more development would be nice).

What I think is:

Persona 4 would be a perfect game about accepting your true self if the sexist/transophobic/homophobic jokes weren’t badly treated and overly used for no good reason, this doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t have addressed it, but they made even your friends do that and you, as a protagonist who is supposed to represent the player as much as possible, can’t even do shit about that (It’s just awful and I got a lot of LGBT people coming to me to talk about how uncomfortable it was for them to see that badly treated in a game).

  • Because of the rude jokes the good representations were totally “covered” up, as for character alone Kanji and Naoto are nice, maybe just not so greatly developed, but for the game on it’s own it’s just poorly treated.
  • Persona 2 was a game made in the 90′s and they didn’t make that amount of mistakes that Persona 4 made when addressing a character of being interested in men (I mean most people see Kanji as bisexual too, nothing wrong with that) and that’s why people praise this game (and it is the only game you can romance a male character in the series and they didn’t even have social links/cooperation for the whole dating sim thing).
  • Homophobia is a delicate and heavy topic, if writers want to talk about it the number one rule isn’t to make the whole work with it all over the place (just mention it and never treat about it seriously is a big mistake) and if the character has already accepted who he is then there is not a single reason for him to not just react to it seriously (I really wanted Kanji to call out Yosuke and talk about it seriously, but it didn’t happen).
  • Tatsuya is a silent protagonist too and he had options to say “sexual discrimination is wrong”, they could’ve just make something similar for Yu if they really wanted some representation even if demon negotiation wasn’t a thing (just for P5 recently).
  • If Yosuke wasn’t scrapped as a romantic route they could’ve at least showed a character that was just being homophobic because he was still in doubt of his own sexuality (this is a real thing in real life too, sadly), this would be so interesting to see, but when they scrapped this out of the game they just left him as this character who is a complete dick without a reason and nobody cares.

The mistake that the new team of writers of P3/P4 and the direction made was so bad and regressive that what we got now for Persona 5 as a gay representation is… just, just look at it:

This is what I would call stereotypes and overly bad representation of “”feminine”” male characters (this whole scene is just a big rude joke on gay panic), to compare Jun of being feminine and exaggerated comparing to that? I’m sorry, but I have to disagree with you. 

It’s not because “Japan is still not as progressive with it as other countries” because the media has already changed a lot and there is other games that treat about it with a far openly mind. This isn’t a excuse for anything.

No, the new team didn’t make a good job at all and never learned from that. I’m sorry if it hurts to say that, it hurts me too, but I don’t think the same team of Persona 2 would be able to make that mistake as careful as they was at least.

A Guide to Dutch - 10 facts about the Dutch Language

1. Where is Dutch spoken?

Dutch is a national language in the Netherlands, Belgium, Surinamein South America and the Dutch Antilles. In Belgium, it’s the official language of Flanders, the Northern region of the country, and is also spoken in Brussels, although the majority of the city’s population speak French. In Suriname and the Dutch Antilles, Dutch is still an official language, but several other languages are spoken there too.

In total, there are over 22 million native speakers of Dutch and it’s a popular second language in Germany, the north of France and increasingly in Eastern Europe. You may also find older native speakers in Australia, New Zealand, the U.S. and Canada as many Dutch people migrated to these countries in the 1950’s.

2. What you already know about Dutch

Many Dutch words are similar to English ones as both languages come from the same old Germanic root; particularly names for everyday things like fruits and vegetables or colours, e.g.

  •  appel, apple, 
  •  peer, pear, 
  •  banaan, banana, 
  •  tomaat, tomato, 
  •  blauw, blue, 
  •  rood, red, 
  •  groen, green.

Dutch settlers in the U.S. in the 17th century held on to their language for quite some time and many words made their way into (American) English, such as
coleslaw from koolsla, cabbage salad,
cookie from koekje, biscuit, or Santa Claus from Sinterklaas / Sint Nicholaas, Saint Nicholas.

Another source of Dutch influence on the English language is throughAfrikaans, which in its turn is a Dutch-based creole, e.g.

  •  apartheid, literally separateness, 
  •  wildebeest, wild beast, 
  •  aardvark, earth pig. 

Look at the following Afrikaans sentence:

“My pen was in my hand.” You can see that it’s spelled exactly the same in English, even though the pronuncation in Afrikaans would be closer to Dutch.

3. How hard is it to learn?

Dutch is probably the easiest language to learn for English speakers as it positions itself somewhere between German and English. For example, you may know that German has three articles: der, die and das, and English only one: the.
Well, Dutch has two: de and het, but it doesn’t have all the grammatical cases like German. However, de and het are quite possibly the hardest part to learn, as you have to memorise which article each noun takes.

Just like German, Dutch sentences often place the verb at the end, which takes some getting used to. It also makes use of so-called modal particles, lots of little words such as: “nou, toch, nog, maar, eens, even”, which alter the mood of a sentence, e.g. they make a command less direct, nicer, or a request more urgent. On the whole, they have no direct translations in English.

4. The most difficult words and tongue twisters

During the Second World War, the Dutch would identify Germans by asking them to pronounce Scheveningen. Consequently, the name of this seaside town is a well-known shibboleth, a Hebrew term for a word that, if pronounced correctly, distinguishes you clearly as belonging to a certain group.

Similarly, the Flemish used to ask people to pronounce
Schild en Vriend, shield and friend, when trying to identify French-speaking spies. As you can see, they all have the sch sound. But it can get harder when you have to combine this with an r. Have a go at the Dutch word for terrible, which is a terrible word to pronounce indeed: verschrikkelijk.
Or how about “herfst”, the Dutch word for autumn? Both words have four consonants in a row!

For a real challenge, try this:
Wij smachten naar achtentachtig prachtige nachten bij achtentachtig prachtige grachten,
we long for eighty eight wonderful nights at eighty eight wonderful canals.

5. Know any good Dutch jokes?

Like its European neighbours, the Dutch language knows many jokes about (blonde) women, relationships or other nations. The Dutch like to joke about the Belgians (by which they usually mean the Flemish) and in return, the Flemish like to joke about the Dutch. Quite often, the content is the same, and the neighbours are made out to be immensely stupid.

In the following joke, substitute ‘men’ by a Dutchman and a Belgian and interchange them, depending on who you prefer…
“Twee mannen wandelen in de woestijn
Zegt de ene tegen de andere
Waarom zeul je een autodeur mee?
Nou, zegt de andere, als ik het te warm krijg, kan ik het raampje opendraaien!”

Two men are walking in the desert.
One says to the other:
Why are you carrying a car door?
Well, says the other, if I get too hot, I can always wind down the window!

6. If I learn Dutch, will it help me with any other languages?

Dutch is a member of the West Germanic family tree, and as such, is a cousin of English and German and a sibling to Afrikaans. Another cousin is Frisian, a regional minority language spoken in the North of the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany. Dutch is also related to North Germanic language family members, such as Swedish, Danish and Norwegian.

7. What not to say and do

If you walk into a Dutch café, you won’t find any fry-ups, but you could ask for a beer as a café is more like a bar, although coffee is always served, too.
If you see a sign for   lagere school, it’s simply a primary school.
And if you see “kip” on the menu, don’t think you’re getting fish, as it’s actually chicken.
Tourists enjoying a cup of coffee in quaint tearooms have expressed surprise at seeing “slagroom” on the menu. Rest assured, this means nothing more than whipped cream!

As Dutch has a separate word for male or female friends, beware when introducing a friend as “mijn vriendin”, my female friend, or “mijn vriend”, my male friend, as this implies this person is your girlfriend or boyfriend. To avoid a misunderstanding, it’s better to say that they’re “een vriend / een vriendin”, a friend.

8. Famous quotations

Famous quotes which have found their way into the Dutch and Flemish psyche are often credited to well-known writers. In 1889, the impressionist poet, Herman Gorter, wrote the famous first lines  Een nieuwe lente en een nieuw geluid, a new spring, a new sound, to his lyrical celebration of spring in the long poem
Mei, May - a useful line for whoever wants to indicate a new dawn is coming.

One of his contemporaries, Willem Kloos, wrote:
Ik ben een God in’t diepst van mijn gedachten, I am a God at the deepest point of my thoughts (1884), which is often used, replacing 'God’ with whatever suits the context.

But last words can be famous too, as in the final sentences of Gerard Reve’s iconic post-war novel,   De Avonden, The Evenings, which read:
“Het is gezien”, mompelde hij, “het is niet onopgemerkt gebleven”. Hij strekte zich uit en viel in een diepe slaap.
“It has been seen”, he mumbled, “it hasn’t remained unnoticed”. He stretched out and fell into a deep sleep.

9. First publication

A popular myth has it that the oldest Dutch words were discovered in Rochester in the U.K., in the margins of an old Latin manuscript in 1932. These written words date back to the 12th century, and they were probably written by a Flemish monk doing copying work and trying out his pen. They contain the lines of a light-hearted love poem, which goes like this:
“Hebban olla vogala nestas hagunnan hinase hic enda thu. Wat unbidan we nu?”
Have all birds begun nests, except me and you? What are we waiting for?

It’s a true and very sweet story, but they weren’t the oldest words. Older manuscripts have, in fact, been found such as a local law book, the Salic Law, dating as far back as the sixth century.

10. How to be polite and show respect

Dutch makes a distinction in the second person pronoun ‘you’ between the more formal “u” and less formal “je / jij”. The formal u is normally used for people you don’t know and the je in all other cases. There’s been a shift in the last few decades towards an increased use of the informal over the formal and it’s quite normal now to be addressed with je in a bar or a shop by the serving staff, which would have been unthinkable just 40 years ago.

When people meet, they often kiss, up to three times depending on the region, but in more formal setting, handshakes will do.

An interesting custom in the Netherlands is that at a birthday party, guests will not only congratulate the birthday person, but also his or her relatives. They will say:
“Gefelicteerd met je moeder! or Gefeliciteerd met je vader, je zus, je man, je zwager.”
Lit. Congratulations with your mother, or, Congratulations with your father, your sister, your husband, your brother-in-law.

Source:  A Guide to Dutch (BBC)


Masaomi doesn’t look up from his computer. There’s really only one person who would even be allowed to see him right now, but he doesn’t feel the need to stop his work even for Youji. “Yes?”

There’s a slight hesitation, then, “How are you?”

“I’m fine,” Masaomi says, pausing only to take a sip of coffee.

“We don’t have any updates on Seijuurou yet.”

Masaomi snorts. “I wouldn’t have expected that.”

“Yes, I know how highly you think of law enforcement. I suppose I was wondering if you did.”

Masaomi finally looks up. His oldest friend is looking down at him with the stoic mask he’d acquired a long time ago, before they’d even met, that Youji only ever used when he didn’t want anyone knowing what he was thinking. “Oh, Youji. I’ve told you before this isn’t worth my time to look into.”

“This isn’t something you should handle on your own, Masa-chan.” Youji’s expression is still unreadable, but clearly not believing what Masaomi is telling him.

“I am not ‘handling’ anything. I don’t really feel the need to do anything at all, in fact. I have every confidence in Seijuurou’s capability to remove himself from any crisis.”

“Yes, you’ve said that,” Youji says carefully. When the JSDF soldiers had come to tell him about Seijuurou’s disappearance, Masaomi had exclaimed, “You interrupted my business meeting for this?” and had been promptly accused of being a terrible, unfeeling human being. Youji was the only one who hadn’t thrown accusations of bad parenting at him.

“Even you need help every now and then,” Youji says. “And he’s still only sixteen. You were sixteen, once.”

It’s most likely a subtle reference to how they met, and Masaomi finally stops typing and says, “Yes, but he’s not me. As much as I would never admit this to him, he is by far more competent than I was at his age. And I was an extremely advanced sixteen-year-old, so you know that means something.”

“So you’re not concerned,” Youji says.

“Not at all,” Masaomi says, returning to his work. “His upbringing, while atrocious, certainly succeeded in raising a survivor, and I’d also like to think my own parenting has emphasized the importance of victory in any situation. I have a lot of faith in Seijuurou.”

“And I suppose you’re just playing Tetris on your computer right now, then?”

Masaomi huffs. “Alright, I may be looking into a few leads, but only out of a sense of personal outrage, and not out of worry, I assure you. Someone dared to take my kid, and this offends me.”

“And those leads would be?” Youji says, refusing to be distracted by Masaomi’s disclaimers.

“Just a few people who tried to buy Seijuurou from me a few months back, nothing concrete yet.”

“People tried to buy your son?”

“I believe they assumed that’s how I got him.”

Masaomi couldn’t even be too offended by that, seeing how it was a fairly logical (although very simplistic) conclusion. He was the only guardian over the Miracles who was not affiliated or related to anyone affiliated with the JSDF. And he was very rich.

“To be honest, the most offensive thing about their offer was assuming I would need the money,” Masaomi continues.

“Naturally. You will tell me, right? If you find anything?”

This is the real reason why Youji is here—to make sure Masaomi doesn’t take things into his own hands. Youji knows him very well.

“Sure, Youji. If I find anything, I’ll tell you.” Eventually, Masaomi adds silently. And he only agrees because there is a slight chance the JSDF might find Seijuurou first, and if so, Masaomi wants to be involved.

He is very outraged that someone would dare take his kid, and he’s definitely going to make sure whoever did regrets that poor decision making for a very long time.


A/N: Thanks friend, anon-friend! Anon-friend, I was alredy working on your answer, and @joyful-king your question was very nicely timed =D I had answered how Masaomi would have reacted here but never wrote it out. As I’ve mentioned before, I do regret not having Masaomi’s character developed when I wrote “Crown,” so it’s fun to go back and sort of include him, there in the background.

Welcome Home, Sweetheart

Pairing: Jensen x daughter!Reader
Word count: 1,150

Part 6 of Letters From the Dead

Y/N started school today. I think I was more emotional than her. She was so determined to do this all on her own, and then she looked up at me. Maybe she saw that I needed it, but she took my hand and let me walk her in.

Now it really hits how big she’s getting.

The next morning after breakfast, Jensen declared it was a father/daughter bonding day. You’d stared at him like he’d grown a third eye. That just wasn’t something you were used to. JJ told you that it was fun, and to ask for ice cream. That wasn’t a bad idea, either.

Your first stop was to get you some stuff to make your room feel a bit more like home. Walking in, you’d been looking down, so you didn’t even know the name of the damn store. He was pushing the cart, and you were walking next to him. “So, uh, what’s your favorite color?” He asked awkwardly.

“Y/F/C.” You shrugged. “You know, we could have ordered this online, and saved you having to come shopping with a teenager.”

Jensen laughed, shaking his head. “Dan did offer to do this part, actually.” He glanced at you before turning down the aisle of sheets. “Told her I had 14 years to make up for. Gotta start somewhere.” His voice was somewhat sad. “Hey, where did you think I was all this time?” He asked you once you’d started looking over the different colors.

Pausing, you shrugged and glanced at him. “I didn’t.” You told him honestly, your eyes going back to the middle row. You were debating between two colors, and scrunching your face. “I never knew anything but it being mom and me for a long time. I asked her once, when I was really little. There was a daddy daughter dance thing. I went with my best friend and her dad. After that, I didn’t need to know. I was happy.”

He nodded. “Well, I’m glad you weren’t torn up or something about it.”

“This!” You smiled, grabbing some sheets. Looking over at him, you weren’t sure how he meant that. “Was that…sarcasm?” You asked, putting the package in the basket.

“No! No. Promise.” He chuckled. “I feel bad enough as it is, I’d feel worse if you spent your life thinking I’d like…abandoned you or something.” That made sense to you.

As you started moving towards the bedding sets, you finally blurted out the question you had been wanting to ask. “Why weren’t you there?” You asked gently, not looking at him.

Jensen stopped. “She never told you?” You looked up at him and shook your head. “We broke up so I could focus on my career. I still cared about her, and wanted to stay friends. Suddenly, she stopped returning my calls.” He sighed. “In the letters that your mom wrote, that the lawyer gave me, she said she wanted me to live my dream. That she knew I’d go back and do the right thing. I’d be there for you guys, and she wanted me to better my life for whoever I made a life with.” Your eyes fell, feeling like you’d invaded on that life. “She’s right, though.” He told you. “I would have gone right back.” You couldn’t tell if he wished he had known or not.

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anonymous asked:

Seems to me like your friends have abandoned you. I have to say it doesn't surprise me, they are far more popular than you'll ever be. At least when they post stories people read them. You pissed off the wrong people and it didn't go well for you., did it? Told you someone would always be watching you. You managed to escape it for a while, but we got you...

Okay, I’ve thought about whether I should dignify this question with an answer or not…I’m not going to name names and I’m not going to lash out. I will just simply say that I’m dissappointed in whoever would stoop this low. If you don’t like me please be my guest and unfollow me. I don’t want or need crap like this in my life. If you don’t like my writing, fine, don’t read it. I don’t care. I wrote what I wanted the way I wanted. If I have offended you, I’m sorry. It’s time to let it go and move on. As for my friends…don’t even mention them to me. They haven’t abandoned me or anything of the sort. I don’t care about popularity, I don’t care about it at all. Please just stop the nonsense and move on, do something constructive with your time! Sending hate is so useless…please just grow up


last lines tag

Got tagged by the these spideychelle losers @peterjonesparker @intrepidment and @spideychelle-romanogers. The snippet below is from a headcanon i’ve been working on that is turning out to be very long and very extra. and, shocker, very sad. 

I tag: @riarkledale @applejuiz and whoever else wants to do this. 

Rules: Post the last thing you wrote (Original/fanfic/etc.)

she pushes herself off of the bar she’s been lounging on and peter realizes immediately that she’s taller than him. by a bit. but he doesn’t mind so much. because how many people get to look up at such beauty? he’s the luckiest sonofabitch. ever. ned’s packing up on stage when peter catches his eye. and his friend smiles. as peter leads MJ on to the dance floor, Ned sits back at the piano. he begins to play something slow and smooth. the music tempts other couples join them on the dance floor. they sway. they’re halfway through the song when peter mumbles, “go out with me.” “you know,” MJ whispers in his ear, “this is all fine and dandy in a jazz club, mista parker, but even in new york….nobody is gonna be very pleased about you being seen with me.” peter tightens his hand at her back, bringing her closer, “i don’t pay attention much to what people say about me, anyway.” she pulls away slightly, “i do.” “then..i’ll just have to see you here,” he tugs her close again. she breathlessly laughs in his ear, “you one of them progressive types?” he shrugs, smile dazzling, “it’s 1941, miss, the world’s changing.”

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i wrote this to cheer up a friend a while ago and i hope it might cheer you up too.
picture whoever you want, as long as he gives you feels >:)

You understand why your parents dislike him, but at the same time, you don’t.

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anonymous asked:

What would happen if Asahi, Tanaka and Ukai's s/o ended up under a mistletoe with someone who isn't them? But their s/o is shy and easily scared.

I went ahead and did headcanons for this instead of scenarios because I was struggling big time with creating a proper plot for each one. Nothing I wrote came out the way I wanted, so I compromised. I hope this is okay with you!


  • He knows how shy and nervous you tend to be, because he’s the exact same way tbh
  • If he was witness to it, he’d be really uncomfortable, but it’s tradition to kiss whoever you end up with under mistletoe, right? 
  • He would honestly be okay if it was with someone like Suga and Daichi because he trusts them the most out of all of the friends he has.
  • If it was with someone like Oikawa or Bokuto, Asahi would immediately step in and tell them to gtfo because lol how dare they try to kiss you, his lil cinnamon roll-


  • Lol wtf this shit isn’t gonna fly well with him first of all-
  • Tanaka is EXTREMELY protective of his smol, and he prides himself on knowing what they like and don’t like, as well as understand how they work as a person.
  • He’d flip out if his s/o ended up under the mistletoe with Oikawa, and grumble about how “that pretty boy better not even try”.
  • He’d trust Noya, but lol, “Noya-san wouldn’t be able to reach you so there’s no way that’s gonna happen!”


  • He’s sort of on the same page as Tanaka, if not worse.
  • The only one allowed to kiss you is him, fuck tradition.
  • He’s the type of boyfriend that would literally fight someone if they did something to make you the slightest bit uncomfortable.
  • He’s also the one that would move the mistletoe over himself so you wouldn’t have to kiss whoever you ended up under it with that was not him.

wildspiritwolfx  asked:

Jumin would accept MC regardless because she accepted him for his flaws. Whoever wrote that HC thing doesn't understand the characters very well. Especially where Jumin is concerned, he wants companionship...Christ. Sorry didn't mean to go off on a tangent there lol

(careful with your wording friend, it makes it sound like you’re equating being ace with flaws. Obviously I know that’s not what you meant, but just for the future)

And I agree. There’s nothing canonical to suggest the characters would be unaccepting or that any of them ‘need’ sex in a relationship. That was just a presumption pulled out of the person’s ass

Fic Tag Prompt Round #2

THE RULE: Post the last sentence(s) you wrote (fanfic/original/anything!) and tag as many people as there are words in the sentence whoever you damn want to.

She knew he would react with quick defense to the question, which is why she made a point to word it carefully and speak it gently. He was skittish as a rabbit sometimes, a rabbit who very much valued his privacy.

Tagged by @khaamara (also @ahlis-xiv and @taracelica prior to that)
Tagging: Anybody who still wants to do it :)

Tag Thing Take 2

Got tagged again this time by @crypticcravings all my discord peeps.

Rules: Post the last sentence that you wrote, and tag as many people as there are words in the sentence.

She watched as the woman hugged him tightly and shot her a grateful smile before they disappeared back around the corner to safety.

Again, not saying which story that’s from, but I will say it was the same story as last time, and it is the same ‘she’ as last time. ;)

I tag whoever wants to do this. I’m getting tagged by the friends that I would tag, so. Tag, you’re it. 

Musical Assassin (Bucky x Reader)

(Gif credit to owner)

Fandom: Marvel

Character: Bucky Barnes

Persona: Female

Word Count: 837

Warning: Swearing

A/N -  I got this ok one shot Character: Tony or Bucky you can choose Plot they over hear you talking with Natasha how u find it attractive when a guy knows how to play a guitar so Tony or Bucky take guitar lessons to impress you and they even wrote you a song, fluff fluff fluff pleaseee and writer whoever wants to

Enjoy <3

Bucky stopped in his tracks when he heard your voice, it was like music to his ears, he crept closer to the door and stopped to listen. Bucky knew it was wrong to eavesdrop, especially on his friends, he was going to stop but Natasha’s question caught his attention.

“So (Y/N), what do you find attractive in a man?” she smiled at you and popped a piece of popcorn into her mouth. You didn’t even have to think about it, “When they can play a guitar, it’s just so…hot”, you brought your hand up to fan yourself jokingly. Natasha giggled, “Too bad none of the guys here play”, you laughed with her, “I’d be all over them if they did”.

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everything wrong with chapter one of 'Girl Online'

disclaimer: this is from the sample zoe posted on her facebook and therefore might not be true to the book; i am not a qualified linguist, rather a young writer who has been writing for as long as she can remember and posting online since she was 11/12. this is not a personal attack on zoella nor her ghost writer, this is simply a summary of the problems i see in chapter one of this novel. i claim no copyright over the content of the book.

warnings: content warnings for panic attacks, anxiety, a mention of eating disorders and sexual content, as well as lauren getting very, very, very sarcastic.

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*Gabby could not take it anymore. The nice things at the school just weren’t making her happy enough. She missed her family back home.*

Gabby: *quietly* They say there’s no place like home. Well, whoever invented that phrase is right! I want to go home! I’m going back. Somehow.

*Gabby wrote a letter to send to her family*

*the note reads, “Dear, Mom, Dad, sisters and friends, I cannot take it at this school. The people here are nice and all, and it’s a beautiful place, but I miss everyone and everything back home. I don’t know when I’ll be back exactly. I don’t know how either, but somehow I am going to come home.”*

*Gabby looked at a map of where she was, and other kingdoms. Gabby was cooking up a plan to escape and get back home*

*suddenly, Gabby heard a knock on her door. She hid the map, letter, and books under her bed*

Gabby: Who is it?

I always see posts like “I wish saying you were too tired to hang out/saying you want to hang out but aren’t interested in a certain event/hanging out without talking the whole time was okay” and honestly? If your friends aren’t accommodating you at all that’s because they’re not good friends- all of that stuff is totally normal. I’ve refrained from a couple group hangouts in the past few weeks just because everyone wanted to do something I thought was boring and it’s nbd- some people came back to my apartment later and we watched Netflix and caught up after the events were over. That’s not weird or unusual and if your friends make you feel bad for not sharing 100% of their interests they’re not very nice people or good friends. Whenever I see posts like that I get kind of sad because that means whoever wrote it is just used to pretty bad friendships and that’s not fair! Friends are supposed to be nice to each other.