OK so keith and lances relationship in this AU ..this is gonna be long so get ready but it starts off when theyre younger:
and wow!!they are friends!!theyre best friends in fact they love hanging out with each other and playing together just being silly kids but then we hit the teens
this is where things get bumpy for them. Theyre still friends and still close(romantic feelings start to bloom),and they have big dreams of being the best dragon hunting duo the worlds ever seen!So they’re finally old enough to start serious dragon training
but it doesnt go all too well for lance……..
hearing that his best friend (and crush) doesnt think he can do the one thing hes been dreaming about since childhood?breaks his heart. And pisses him off
after this they get into a huge fight and lance just…doesnt talk to keith anymore. lance is angry at keith for lying to him, keith is angry at lance for just randomly dropping him without even giving him the chance to explain.
in the end tho!after lance finds blue and keith finds out they’re able to finally talk and work it out and become friends again :,,) and eventually….eye emoji ..start dating
killing a mercy when i am not playing mercy:
im so sorry to do this to u, pls forgive me for my terrible sin, you are beautiful and i am terrible, all u do is work so hard, no one protects you or appreciates you enough, i love u sm im s o sorry really i
killing a mercy when i am also playing mercy:
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The physical torture was far less than that of the pain of being separated from Bucky. She had lost count of the days based on the memories she started to forget, which was around day 62. The memories started off small. For instance, she could no longer remember her second grade teacher’s name and she was her favorite or when she moved to Brooklyn. Now, she couldn’t remember Bucky’s birthday.
“What if they don’t like me?” you ask quietly as Brad pulls
onto his street.
“They’ll love you,” he replies instantly. “How could they
With a shrug, you sigh and look out the window. “I don’t know.
What if they think I’m weird? Or that I’m not a good match for you?”
Brad glances at you briefly. “Y/N, they’re going to love you,
trust me. They won’t think you’re weird, and they’ll think you’re a perfect
match for me. You know why?”
You shake your head slowly.
“Because they’ll see how incredibly happy you make me,” he
murmurs whilst pulling into his driveway.
You smile at him softly. “Thank you.”
“Now come on,” he says, turning his car off. “Let’s go in.”
You nod and climb out of the car, trying to push all your
nerves down. Your stomach is a ball of knots and butterflies, all fluttering
about. Your mind is filled with bad scenarios that could happen. You hate
feeling this way. You just want to go home and curl up in your bed. You don’t
want to face Brad’s family – you’re so positive that they’ll dislike you.
Brad puts his hand onto your lower back and leads you towards
the door. He unlocks it and steps inside.
You glance at Brad awkwardly after you follow him in. Do you
leave your shoes and jacket on? Do you take them off? If yes, where do you put
As if reading your mind, Brad slips his shoes off and nods at
the shoe mat. “Just put your shoes there, babe. I’ll hang up your coat.”
You thank him softly and hear the pitter patter of claws
against the hardwood floor. You look over to see a big, fluffy, golden dog
headed your way. A smile spreads across your face and you crouch down as Jesse
approaches. “Hey there.”
Brad grins, bends down to ruffle his dog’s ears, then beams at
you. “She likes you.”
“She’s a dog,” you mutter. “Dogs like everyone.”
He shrugs. “Still. Her tail’s going crazy. It looks like a
You look up to him and smile. “Like a windmill in the sky?”
Brad snorts back a laugh and shakes his head.
“Brad,” a female voice calls from the top of the stairs.
You look over and see a girl you’re assuming to be Brad’s
sister running down to greet her brother. You and Brad met on tour a while
back, and have been dating long distance for a while. As well as being away
from you, Brad’s been away from his family for quite some time. Between
touring, visiting you, and working in the studio, he hasn’t had much time to be
with his family.
“Hey Nat,” Brad breathes out while they hug. “I’ve missed
“I’ve missed you too,” she murmurs, giving her brother a tight
hug. She pulls away smiling, and looks to you. “You must be Y/N.”
With a shy smile, you stand and nod. “I am. It’s nice to meet
Natalie smiles sweetly. “Nice to meet you, too. Brad’s been
telling us lots about you over the phone.”
“Has he?” You shoot him a look and blush softly.
Brad puts his hands up in defense. “It was all good things, I
“Good things?” a voice echoes from the hall.
You all turn to look, seeing Brad’s father walking over. “He
never shuts up about you. It’s always, ‘Y/N
did this, Y/N did that. Y/N’s so great. I love her so much, dad.’”
Your cheeks turn red and you notice Brad’s tinting pink as
well. He rubs the back of his neck and laughs awkwardly. “I don’t sound like
Natalie grins. “Sure you do. Mum’s in the kitchen, by the way.
She’s making food.”
“Thanks.” Brad takes your hand and pulls you to the kitchen,
obviously sensing your embarrassment. “Sorry about them,” he whispers on the
“It’s fine,” you reply quietly.
“Hi mum,” Brad says as he steps into the kitchen.
Anne looks over her shoulder, a broad smile across her face.
She wipes her hand on her apron quickly before opening her arms. Brad goes into
them, embracing his mom for a good minute or two.
“Mum, this is Y/N.” Brad nods at you. “Y/N, this is my mum.”
You hold out your hand awkwardly. “Pleasure to meet you, Mrs.
Anne laughs lightly and waves her hand. “Please, call my
Anne.” She goes over and gives you a one-armed hug.
You glance at Brad as you awkwardly hug her back. He’s
smirking at the two of you, his eyebrows raised slightly.
“It’s so nice to finally meet the girl who’s got Brad so head
over heels,” Anne comments once the hug is done.
You feel your cheeks heating up again, and you look down to
your feet. “It’s nice to meet you all as well. I’ve been looking forward to
meeting his family.”
Brad makes a strange noise, as if holding back a laugh, and
clears his throat afterwards. “We’ll let you continue cooking. We can all catch
up over dinner.”
Anne nods and kisses her son’s cheek softly, making him smile
lightly. She turns to you and looks you over slightly, then smiles widely to
herself. “I can see you two make each other very happy. I’m very happy to see
that. You chose a good one, Brad.”