Okay so yesterday I was talking with a friend and suddenly she said “can you stop talking about Park Jihoon for three damn seconds?” And I was like “yeah, sure. One, two, three. So did you see Jihoon…”, and she screamed “fFS JUST STOP TALKING ABOUT HIM”. I smiled, nodded and quickly changed the topic to Wanna One in general.
I swear, for a second I thought she was going to kill me.
Just for reference: in my head, this happens in the same Island Mode universe/timeline as shelf sea.
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Souda and Mioda figure out how to rig up the outside speakers around the hotel pool. It takes three days to get Mioda to agree with the rest of them on what constitutes “pool party music”; down to the wire, but just in time to make good use of their next day off.
He lays himself out on one of the lounge chairs on the pool deck. He’s not interested in swimming, but the sky is clear and the sun is bright. He’s content enough to tan while the rest of them take turns shoving each other into the pool.
Peko hoists herself out of the water in one smooth, effortless motion. She bends to pluck her towel from the end of his chair, and he scoots to give her room to sit on the edge beside him. She’s diligent about her sunscreen, patting herself dry and reapplying every two hours, on the dot.
so here’s another AU idea, since there’s this online sex shop that’s located in the same building as a hardware store and they’re both owned by the same person, so for discretion’s sake the things you order from the sex shop are sent in packages from the hardware store but a lot of people know about that ruse. now please imagine character A being a bit of a social recluse and always ordering things from the hardware store, unaware of the existence of the sex shop, meanwhile their neighbor character B, who always receives the packages by accident, knows about the sex shop and gets gradually more impressed by the sizes of the packages, believing character A to be kinky and always teasing them like “wow, you really seem to love some good, hard ware” and character A is just really, really confused