i was waiting for this to happen at some point. poor odd. ;w;

Be careful what you order

Jikook, 1k, 100% crack but also 70% based on real life

In which Jungkook misunderstands a lot of things as usual.

A/N: Because date nights with @jikook-love tend to inspire things (also bc I’m just as embarrassing as Jeon omfg and she got to finally witness that then proceeded to respond “you’re so awkward” THANKS)


“Hi, welcome to Tea Palace! What can I get for you?” Jungkook tried not to sound too nervous. It was his first official day at work and although he’d been training for a week, he’d never had the chance to be at the cash register taking orders. His face was angled downward, ready to type in the order on the small screen beneath his fingers.

But what could possibly be difficult about taking orders anyway, right? He should be glad that all he had to do was listen to the order and type it in the machine. Oh and do some mental math occasionally, when the customer was paying by cash and needed change. But it still seemed much easier than the multitasking behind the counter, when he was trying to shove all the ingredients of the bubble teas together without something exploding.

“Can I get a hot three guys?”

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Mirrored

Summary

Akko went about her daily routine working hard to get one step closer to become like Shiny Chariot when all of a sudden, a certain prodigal witch started acting differently.

Mirror Dimension AU

For those who prefer to read it on fanfiction.net. Here’s the link

Chapter 1

Akko had nearly finished her potions essay for Professor Lukic when someone stood in front of her. She didn’t pay the person any mind as she finished it with her name with a jaunty flourish.

“Hi Akko!”

The high pitched voice inside the library startled her as she was used to the fact that she’s the one always noisy and needs to be shushed. Akko looked up at the person.

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Marked Territory

Anonymous asked: Request: Jongin angst oneshot… It can be about anything you want :)

Remember when I wrote Hunting Season and I said that I might make wolf!exo a series? Well, consider this the first installment haha. I’m actually nervous about this scenario because it’s the first time I’ve really tried to write angst, so I apologize if it isn’t great but I put a lot of effort into it, so I’d appreciate feedback! Without further ado, here’s wolf!kai.

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“Hi angel,” whispered Kai, settling down on the couch next to you.

“Hi,” you chirped, leaning in to give him a quick peck, as you usually did when he returned from his outings with the other wolfboys. He proceeded to bury his head in your neck, his deep inhales tickling your sensitive skin. Suddenly, you felt him tense up and draw himself away. “Is there something wrong?” you questioned. He knitted his brows before responding.

“Who were you with today?”

“What do you mean?” you asked, confused.

“You smell different. Someone else’s scent is on you,” he stated as he narrowed his eyes, not particularly out of bitterness, just thought. That comment unsettled you; if you were inferring correctly, you really didn’t appreciate what he was implying.

“Um, I was at work, like any other day… and what exactly are you trying to accuse me of?”

“I’m not accusing you of anything. I’m just asking you who you were with today,” he reiterated indifferently, crossing his arms. His tone was even, but his eyes betrayed him, glinting gold even in the dim living room. You rolled your eyes, turning back to the television.

“What, you don’t trust me?” Clearly annoyed, you avoided eye contact.

“I never said that. I do trust you.”

“Then stop making me feel like I did something wrong.”

He sighed. “I’m sorry angel; I didn’t mean it like that,” he said, cuddling against you once more. “You know how I get. You’re my mate, and only mine,” he added, voice muffled.

“Exactly. And mates are forever, right?”

He looked up at you and gave you the widest grin imaginable. “Right.”

“Come on, let’s go to bed then,” you suggested, deciding to let it go. You got up and led him to your bedroom. He followed eagerly, and although he smiled at you, you thought you had caught a glimpse of the frown that still lingered on his countenance.

* * *

You hopelessly reached for a box on a high shelf, careful not to send everything tumbling down. As much as you tiptoed, you still fell short.

“Need help?” a voice queried from behind. You turned around to find the new employee, whom you had seen around for about a week or so but just befriended the day before.

“Yes please. Ash, right?”

“Sure is,” he responded, flashing you a cordial smile and handing you the box. You thanked him and proceeded to go about your business, but he decided to follow you. “They work you too hard. I get the feeling that you need a break. Want to join me for lunch? I’ll pay, of course.” You were a bit surprised at his sudden offer, and what sounded like a hint of flirtation in his voice, but you saw no harm in accepting it. After all, this wasn’t a date, and you were happily taken by your lovely wolfboy who you’d do anything for, despite temporary quarrels; you also didn’t want to come off as one of those snobby girls that immediately says “I have a boyfriend.” at every single guy that so much as looks as them, so if he tried anything, you’d be sure to set the record straight.

“Sure! My break is in about half an hour; I’ll meet you in the studio café?”

“Sounds good.”

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You met up with Ash at the café of your workplace. Working in the tech offices had its benefits: the building was complete with food and athletic services. Even after you insisted you pay your share, he won out in the end. You picked a table out in the patio as he went to get sodas from the vending machine inside. You hummed quietly to yourself, enjoying the cool breeze when two arms wrapped around you from behind. You let out a small yelp of surprise, turning your head and realizing that it was Kai.

“Kai? What are you doing here?” you questioned while laughing, spinning around to hug him. You thought it was kind of odd that he was here; when he wasn’t with you at home, he would spend most of his time in the forest, preferring nature over city-life.

“What, I can’t visit my mate at work?” He fake pouted, crossing his arms.

“No, it’s just that you never visit me here,” you said, ruffling his hair. He playfully snatched your hand and pulled you in for a sweet kiss. You tried to squirm away - PDA at work was a big no - but he held onto your waist tightly, and you surrendered to his soft lips.

“Am I interrupting something?”

You broke away from the kiss, startled when you saw Ash standing there with your sodas.

“Oh! S-sorry. Uhh, Ash, this is my boyfriend, Kai. Kai, this is my friend, Ash,” you stuttered, embarrassed.

Ash simply smiled, setting the drinks down. “Nice to meet you.”

Kai plastered the most forced smile he could muster on his face, trying his best to keep his temper in check. This was him. He knew it. And the fact that he had the audacity to be near his mate was making his blood boil. “You too.”

“Hey wait, I need to grab some chips from the vending machine. Be right back!” you announced, returning inside. You slipped a crinkled dollar bill into the machine, pressed the button of your choice, and grabbed the small plastic bag before stepping back outside. You almost dropped it in shock when you saw Kai forcefully slam Ash into the wall of the building, pinning him against it away from the sight of others.

“Kai! W-what are you doing?!” You sprinted over, dislodging the terrifying chokehold he had on your friend.

“You stay the hell away from her. What are you doing here, anyway?!”

You had to push all of your weight on your boyfriend to keep him from practically ripping the other boy’s face off. “What is wrong with you?!” you breathed out, stunned at his irrational behavior. You turned back to Ash, internally panicking.

“What is your problem, man?!” Ash yelled, brushing his dirtied shirt.

“I am so so so so sorry, I don’t know what got into him,” you claimed, walking over to your poor friend who looked badly shaken. You were immediately pulled back by Kai, who held you firmly against him. “Kai! What are you doing?!” His strength exceeded yours threefold, making any efforts at escape fruitless. He spun you around so he could look you in the eyes.

“Stay away from him, okay?” You stared at him in disbelief.

“No! I will not stay away from him! He’s right, what is your problem?! Why are you acting like this?!” Kai gazed intensely at you, and you could tell he was frustrated, but you were close to livid. In a huff, you wriggled out of his grasp. “I’m really sorry Ash; I’ll be right back, okay?” you assured, grabbing Kai’s wrist as you dragged him back inside. “What has gotten into you today?!”

He let out a few breaths, visibly trying to calm down. “Look, I just don’t want you near him.”

“Why?! Give me one good reason.”

He paused, as if hesitating his next words. “I don’t like him.”

That was the last straw. “You’re unbelievable. Do you know how ridiculous you sound? I don’t have the time to deal with this right now; I don’t have the time to deal with you right now. Just go home Kai.”

“I won’t go home until you promise me to stay away from him.”

At this point, you were beyond aggravated; this was getting out of hand. “Kai, you’re wasting your time. You know, I thought we had enough faith in each other to trust that neither one of us would ever betray the other. But I guess not.” It became harder to swallow, and you knew you needed to end this before you outright burst into tears.

“This isn’t about trust.”

“Yes, it is! It has everything to do with trust!” you yelled, exasperated. “How could you say it doesn’t?! What, do you think something’s gonna happen? That if he were to make a move I’d just accept it? That I go around flirting with every guy around here?!” You brought both hands up to your face, shaking your head in an effort to dispel the building tears. “Just leave me alone. Don’t you have something better to do, anyway? Go chase a rabbit, roll in some leaves or something; I’m sure it’s more entertaining than following me around.”

Immediately, his expression changed from one of frustration to one of disbelief. Pain was etched onto his features, and you were sure that last line had hit home. You yourself were surprised at your words. You didn’t mean to slip that low; it just came out. There was a tiny pang of guilt that made itself known but you quickly decided that it wasn’t the time to feel pity for him, so you dismissed it.

“Please… just trust me on this,” he whispered, voice barely audible.

“Why should I? You know what, don’t even give me an answer, because I’m sure you don’t have one. I’m done with this conversation.” You turned around to leave, desperately wanting to escape this hellish altercation.

“______, stop,” Kai demanded, grabbing your wrist. You yanked it away, not even looking back.

“Try not to kill every guy on the way out here,” you yelled behind you. Your head throbbed from fighting all this time and a few hot tears found their way down your cheeks but you quickly wiped them away, not wanting to make the situation any worse. You just didn’t understand why Kai was acting this way. You had never seen him this possessive; he got slightly jealous from time to time but this was unlike anything you had ever seen before, only furthering your utter bewilderment at his behavior. “Hey… Ash, you alright?” you asked cautiously.

“I guess…” he said, rubbing his neck.

“I don’t know what to say, honestly…”

“It’s okay; it’s not your fault.” He offered you a gentle smile, rubbing your shoulder.

“Hands off or I’ll rip your throat out.”

No. Please, not now. You turned to Kai, who was casually leaning against a nearby pillar with his arms crossed.

Ash scoffed. “Geez, you act like I’m going to steal your mate or something.”

You whirled around, wondering if you had heard him right. Mate? How did he know that term…?

Ash cleared his throat, coolly readjusting his wrinkled dress shirt. “I need to speak with your alpha.”

… Alpha? He's… a wolf… too?

“You’re looking at him,” Kai stated firmly. He protectively wrapped his arm around your waist, steadily pulling you to his side.

Ash smirked. “Nice try. I saw your eyes.”

“And what does an omega like you want with our pack?” Kai asked sharply.

“I used to be a beta, just like you. But the pack fell through. Been wandering the woods for awhile; I need a solid place to stay before I can get back on my feet.”

Kai laughed bitterly, amused at this sudden turn of events. “And what makes you think you can join our pack?”

“Who said I wanted to join? It’s temporary,” he emphasized with annoyance.

“Don’t even think about getting anywhere near my pack, or the people I care about,” Kai retorted, making it clear that he was referring to you.

“I was just messing around, but you obviously can’t take a joke. Whatever. I don’t need your pack. If the rest of them are as uptight as you are, I’ll be damned if I have to spend another hour around you all.” Ash huffed, kicked the ground, and strolled away.

You however, had been shocked into silence, unable to wrap your mind around the situation. Kai avoided your gaze, looking past you as his arm slipped from your waist.

“Why… why didn’t you just tell me?” you inquired, genuinely confused.

He sighed. “We can talk about this later.” He ran off without a second glance, leaving you with a million questions and an aching heart.

* * *

You jiggled your keys, fumbling with the lock and hastily opening the door. Throwing your stuff down, you peered into the living room, noticing how Kai was sitting on the couch. He was staring blankly at the TV, although it was off, allowing only his reflection to keep him company. You cautiously sat on the other end of the sofa, awkwardly staring at the ground and wondering if you should be the first to break the silence.

“I didn’t tell you… because it was all my fault,” he dejectedly admitted. You raised your brows, faintly shaking your head to indicate that you didn’t understand. “It’s all my fault. The only reason he found you was because of me. He used you to try to get to the pack, and the last thing I want is for you to be dragged into the middle of all of this. I’m sorry.” He held his head in his hands, not willing to look you in the eye.

“Kai…”

He lifted his head, finally having the inner strength to face you. Never had you seen such somberness contained in his fixated stare. “When you became my mate, I promised to protect you. Forever. What was I supposed to do if he had hurt you? I wouldn’t be able to live with myself. It’s my fault that you were in danger. I was so scared that you’d get hurt, and maybe rethink everything… question if all of this is really worth it… I just… I’m sorry. I know I didn’t handle it well, but I was just so afraid…” Anguish filled his entire expression as he struggled to piece together what to say.

You shook your head, scooting closer to him. “Kai, if you would’ve told me from the beginning, I would’ve stuck by you a hundred percent. I don’t care who shows up, or what happens; as long as we have each other, it’ll be okay, alright?” You reached over to gently touch his hands that were tightly clasped together in his lap. He received it gratefully, rubbing your nimble hand with his much bigger ones. “And… I’m sorry about what I said. I didn’t mean it,” you confessed honestly.

He smiled sadly, staring back down at your hands. “You don’t have to apologize.”

You weren’t sure what to do next, but followed your instinct and promptly pulled him in for a hug. He wrapped his long limbs around you, bringing you even closer. You melted in his touch; the tension from before began to dissipate as this simple gesture communicated more than words ever could. “I meant what I said the other day: forever,” you stated, leaning back to face him. He nodded, taking in your words with a small smile.

“Forever,” he confirmed.

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Note: I hope you all enjoyed it! If you want more wolf!exo you can always request. Up next is catboy!tao, and then hopefully Fast Lane Part 2! (Thank you for all the love for that scenario; it means a lot to me!) Have a great day everyone. ~