twenty years from now my kid will come running into the room crying and screaming and throwing things onto the floor and I’ll stand by all horrified and ask over and over “what happened” and they’ll just look at me with betrayal in their eyes, throw the complete box set of avatar the last airbender at me and whisper, “you liar…zutara wasn’t endgame. HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN, HOW COULD SHE END UP WITH AANG what about all their chemistry” and I’ll get down real slow and hug them and stroke their hair as they sob. And then I’ll say emotionally, “But they’ll always be together…” Pause as I take a deep breath and place my hand over my heart, “in HERE”
i love how popular shell bras are in mermaid pop culture they’re so creative! in my pod we didn’t do that the tiny boobed merbabes let theirs float free while the bigger boobed ones held them down with seaweed or other plants if they got too much to handle no shell bras thanks very much and certainly no starfish pasties ouch!
Why do people keep saying that they want a Riley x Farkle x Smackle love triangle in season 3? A) are you not sick of love triangles yet? B) Riley deserves so much better than to be in another love triangle! C) Smackle deserves better too.
prompt: captain canary where one of them disappear in front of the other bc savage killed the her/his youngerself and the team need to fix this?
“Oh, come on, don’t you thin-”
Sara stopped suddenly, as though she had been paused in mid-motion.
“Sara?” Kendra asked, stepping forward.
“Gideon, what’s happening to her?” Leonard asked, looking concerned.
“History appears to have been altered now,” the AI replied. “Miss Lance has now died in 1999 in a hit and run.”
“But if that’s happened, that means that she won’t exist in her current state,” Stein muttered aloud, his eyes widening in realization.
Sara’s form suddenly started to fade.
“No!” Leonard lunged forward to try and grab her, as though he could somehow find a way to hold her in reality. He’d lost Mick, he couldn’t lose Sara too.
He ended up falling onto the ground, catching himself with his hands before he fell onto his face. When he turned around, his heart sank to see Rip, Stein, Jax, Kendra, and Ray all staring at him. Sara was nowhere to be found.
“She’s gone,” Ray murmured, looking around the ship. “Erased from our time, just like that.”
“No,” Leonard growled. He wasn’t going to lose her, not after everything they had been through. “We’re going to fix this.”
“And how are we going to do that?” Jax asked.
Leonard turned toward Rip. “Take us to 1999, Starling City.”
“You don’t give the orders aboard this ship, Mr. Snart.”
Within seconds, Leonard had two fistfuls of Rip’s coat and had him pinned against a wall. “We need her back. You brought us all on this journey to stop Savage to save your family. Sara is important to this team, and she is important to me. So take us back to 1999, Captain Hunter.”
Rip looked around, and Leonard could practically feel the presence of the others behind him. The Time Master sighed and nodded, prompting Leonard to release him from the wall.
“Strap in,” Rip muttered, getting into his chair. “Gideon, plot us a course for Sara Lance’s death in 1999.”
Leonard watched from the car he was parked in as a younger Sara Lance walked along the sidewalk. According to Gideon, she would be hit heading across the crosswalk at this intersection on her way home from school. He could see another car waiting behind, and recognized Vandal Savage behind the wheel.
Sara looked both ways and stepped onto the street. Savage’s car started to accelerate behind him. Shifting his car into drive, Leonard yanked the wheel hard toward the road.
He was thrown against the dash, held back only by his seatbelt, as his car collided with Savage’s. When he lifted his head, splinters of glass fell down onto the seat. Leonard felt something wet on the side of his head, and wiped it away, his hand coming away red.
The door on his side opened. Jax and Ray were there, the former unbuckling him while the latter helped him out of the car. Leonard was starting to feel a bit dazed. Looking over at the other car, he could see Savage was unconscious, his head against the airbag. Across the street, young Sara was running toward her house at the end of the street, probably going to get help.
“Let’s get you back to the ship,” Jax said, catching Leonard suddenly (had he been falling?). “You look pretty banged up.”
Jax and Ray helped him back up onto the ship. As soon as they were aboard, he asked Gideon about Sara.
“The timeline has been restored, and Miss Lance is currently by the med bay.”
Leonard smiled as they rounded the corner and saw Sara standing there.