Author’s Note: You ever forget that you’re a fanfic writer then you write a fic so bad you remember how much of a hack you are? Yeah welcome to my fic :’D
dom!jungkook- fuckboi!jungkook- fuckbuddy relationship- dirty talk- thigh riding mention because damn even I am not immune to his thighs- inspired by Sia’s song and part of the song drabble game. You can find links to the rest of them on my masterlist
There he was with his hands up some girl’s skirt, grinding on her like he was trying to fuck her through their clothes, the fucking pig. You huff and turn to your friend who gives you an exasperated look, “___, just go and grab him by the dick and tell him he can’t fucking do that.”
“He can do whatever the fuck he wants to do, even if that is a bleach blonde bitch with a tan that makes her look like an Oompa Loompa.” That was pretty low, you admit. It wasn’t the girl’s fault that Jungkook had chosen her for the night. But seriously, there was a limit to tanning, this was just harmful to the eyes.
“No, he can’t because you’re together.” Your friend, Hwasa, sounds pretty fed up with you.
“No, we’re not. We’re just fuck buddies and we agreed that we’re not exclusive right from the start.” Why wasn’t she understanding this? You’d explained it to her a thousand times.
“I don’t care what bullshit you told each other. All I care about is what I see, and that is two idiots constantly doing all they can to piss each other off because they can’t communicate like adults.”
“What are you even talking about? Jungkook is not trying to piss me off. He’s just being himself. Which is admittedly annoying in and of itself but you know…”
“Then why did he do nothing the past three days but play video games while you were off galavanting with Jin, only to start making out with some girl the minute you make an appearance?”
“He did?” You asked surprised, only to check yourself back and shrug it off. “I don’t know, he must have just not felt like it.”
“Oh my god, save me from these two idiots.” Hwasa cries then takes you by the shoulder and starts shaking you, “He’s fucking jealous because you took Jin to meet your family and not him so he’s trying to piss you off. Why? Because he likes you. And you’re pissed off. Why? Because you like him. Now can you get that through your thick skull or do I have to beat it into you?”
AU where instead of going to Samwell, Jack starts a widely successful Publicly Broadcast show for children.
Jack learns that he is great with kids after coaching them for a little over two years. Moreover, kids are good with Jack. There is no pressure to be anything other than who he is.
It all starts with a local news program doing a fluff piece on Jack Zimmermann’s coaching ability. But then it turned into something completely different when Jack skated onto camera and started to introduce every single one of his kids and what was special about them. He was…really enchanting actually. He didn’t ever really talk down to them. Jack just treated them as a tiny friend.
They ARE his tiny friends, but that’s not the point.
The footage they got of “snack time” was really the best. Imagine a good 16 kids piled around this massive man teaching them the best way to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
It should have been obvious that a local channel would contact him. It still surprises Jack. They want him to host a show? Why? Everyone always teased him about how impersonable he was during interviews. Is it because he’s Jack Zimmermann’s son? Or Alicia’s?
Jack asks all of these questions to his mother and she just laughs. “You made a PB&J interesting to 16 kids just by being you”
in the 5th House: Give them dynamic and fierce designs, is attracted to reds, bright lighting, leather couches, and likes a room to be lively.
in the 5th house: All about comfort and class. Expect decorative pillows, silk sheets, or maybe a snuggie.
Loves candles, mood lighting, and elegant touch ups.
Gemini in the 5th House: Fun and colorful designs, might want a bookcase or two in their home, and is all about technology.
Likes quirky objects in their home and is attracted to unique jewelry.
Cancer in the 5th House: All about comfort! Give them a home that has plenty of pillows, quilted blankets, and heirlooms around the house. Their home has plenty of photos of family and friends, is attracted to water, likes dim lighting, and is a night owl.
The kitchen and bedroom are the most important rooms to them. The smell of food cooking is their favorite.
Leo in the 5th House: Bold decorations, furniture and amenities perfect for entertaining, plenty of wine, creative style, and an inviting atmosphere.
Virgo in the 5th House: Minimalist, highly functional in design and furniture, and likes a touch of nature in their home.
Might have a gym and is all about putting health first.
Libra in the 5th House: Great aesthetics, candles, curtains, crystals, decorative pillows, a light touch and accent, home is perfect for hosting.
Scorpio in the 5th House: Attracted to darker colors and keeps loved ones and hobbies close to their heart and home. Photographs and posters dominate, likes mood lighting, and don’t forget the lingerie.
in the 5th House: Attracted to wide open spaces, likes to keep things simple yet unique, and their home might be a bit of a mess.
Evidence of hobbies around their home and designs are vibrant in color.
Capricorn in the 5th House: All about quality of furniture, paint, etc. Likes to keep a rug or high-end painting. Attracted to fireplaces and leather, all about earthy or classy designs.
Aquarius in the 5th House: Plenty of vintage, boho styles, or futuristic designs. All about technology and the unconventional.
Imagine lava lamps or experimental furniture.
Pisces in the 5th House: Decorates their home with their own artwork, can be disorganized and unpractical.
Imagine a pile of clothes on the floor, designs are flowy, and they are attracted to water.
Imagine Loki is staying with you and your dog keeps stealing his boxers out of the laundry basket. He wonders where they are disappearing to, but then he finds them in a pile in your room, as that’s where your dog sleeps. But he thinks it’s you and confronts you. You are about to explain when your dog once again comes running through with another pair in her mouth, looking very proud of herself.
Summary: You and your best friend Taehyung have recently got into the same
university in the capital of Seoul. Hoping that this was your year to finally
admit your romantic feelings towards your said best friend, uni seems an
exciting prospect. But of course, the future never really goes according to
It became a habit, checking your phone every few minutes to
see if there was a text, if there was a missed call. But every time, there
would be nothing. Then that same old bitter feeling settled in your stomach,
and it became harder and harder to focus on the essay you were writing. Eventually,
you gave up and sat back, staring at the paper but not quite seeing it.
It was the day of the competition: the day you’d been
waiting for for months, but it wasn’t going quite how you’d imagined it back
then. Instead of getting ready excitedly with Jungkook, Hoseok and Yoongi, you
were sat in your room tearing your hair out at the memory of Taehyung walking
away from you with a betrayed look in his eyes. You’d told Jungkook what had
happened, and how Taehyung’s parting words and the lack of communication
confirmed that he’d dropped out of the dance, and Jungkook didn’t seem at all surprised.
“He can sulk for a long time,” he had explained, wincing as
he walked into his kitchen, his ankle still causing him pain. “After so many
years of knowing him, hasn’t he ever done that before?”
You had said he hadn’t, because when you fought, it never
lasted long. Over the years, you’d relied on his forgiving nature, but this
time was different. He knew how much this dance meant to you and Jungkook, so
if he was willing to let it all fall through, he was seriously hurt. You didn’t
Yoongi had texted you that morning, asking whether Taehyung
had given in and if you would be performing, and your eyes stung slightly as
you typed out a simple no. You hadn’t
forgiven yourself for what happened, so you didn’t expect Taehyung to either.
For the past couple of nights, you’d eaten your way through several tubs of ice
cream in front of the TV, feeling very sorry for yourself. Your housemates
crept around you, not disturbing your binge and letting you eat your feelings
away. However, on the day of the competition, it didn’t seem to be working, so
you sat down to get some work done. Which also wasn’t working.
You had no energy left in you to win Taehyung round. Deep
down, you knew keeping that secret from him would hurt in the long run, but you
didn’t realise how much it would hurt.
Everything seemed so futile, and it left you feeling empty. You had to force
yourself to get out of bed, to eat, to take a shower, but your mind never once
strayed from Taehyung.
As you stared out of your window at the cloudless sky, your
phone began vibrating angrily against the wooden desk. It flashed up with a
name, and your heart sunk when you realised it wasn’t Taehyung. It was your
“Hey,” you answered, switching to English.
“Y/N! You haven’t
called recently, is everything okay?” came her chirpy yet slightly worried
“I’m fine,” you swallowed, eyeing the bin that was full of
empty ice cream tubs. “How’s home? Did you get the money I sent you?”
“I did, thank you.
It’s all been sorted with the rent, so don’t you worry about that. You’ve done
us a massive favour. Thank you, Y/N, honestly. But I was mainly calling about something
else. I wanted to ask you about Taehyung…”
You took in a deep breath, readying yourself for whatever
idea she’d come up with. Usually she’d ask you to invite him to some family
outing that she’d spontaneously planned, whether it be a meal at a restaurant
or a shopping trip in town. Excuses popped into your head to get out of asking
Taehyung without arousing suspicion as your mother continued talking.
“It was quite strange.
I was making a quick trip to the market to pick up some groceries, and I
could’ve sworn I saw Taehyung walk past. So I called out his name, just to be
sure, and he turned and looked around. He didn’t see me, but it meant I could
see his face and it was definitely him. Has something happened in his family?
Surely he’s missing classes by coming home.”
“What?” you asked flatly, standing up suddenly and sending
your chair clattering to the floor. The door to Yeona and Mijung’s room opposite
you opened, but you ignored it. “He’s in Daegu?”
“I saw his mum, but of
course, I didn’t want to be insensitive so I just asked if Taehyung had some
time off. She said he hadn’t, and I didn’t push her any further than that.
Plus, I don’t speak enough Korean to ask anything else. Tae looked really sad, too,
“He’s in Daegu,” you repeated hollowly, just as your bedroom
door opened to reveal a slightly annoyed Yeona.
“Can you keep-”
“I’ve got to go,” you said down the phone, cutting off
Yeona’s attempt at a scolding.
Not looking her in the eye, you brushed past Yeona as you hurried
towards the front door, your mind in turmoil. Was it really that bad that
Taehyung had to go home? Or was it something else? You had no idea, but you
were certain that either Jin, Namjoon or Jungkook did.
Really, all you needed to do was send a text to Taehyung’s
housemates, but you didn’t want to stick around to be told off by Yeona, and
you weren’t doing anything else productive, so you began pacing it towards
Taehyung’s house in the hot spring morning.
Taehyung’s house was loud with noise when you arrived, as
they were all singing along to a song playing on Jungkook’s phone. Jimin
standing in the mix, which took you aback slightly as he danced next to
Jungkook and sang his heart out.
“Jimin,” you said bluntly, catching his attention. His face
split into a grin as he ruffled his silver hair, but you couldn’t understand
why he was there and Taehyung wasn’t, so your smile back was weak. “Where’s
Taehyung?” you asked him.
Jimin just shrugged, so you turned the question onto the
other boys. Jungkook paused the music so you could be heard properly, resulting
in a few grumbles from the others. After repeating yourself, however, you were
met with silence.
“Taehyung? I haven’t seen him since yesterday,” said Jin
finally, beginning to frown.
“Nor me,” added Namjoon. “Although I heard him bashing
around in his room for a bit, but nothing else. We thought he was with you.”
Jungkook’s eyes opened wide as he realised something was up.
It was such an innocent look that you understood why he got away with annoying
Namjoon so often.
“Taehyung’s gone home,” you explained sadly, hoping against
all hopes that you weren’t the sole reason for his unexplained departure. “He
found out that I knew about Yeji.”
“Knew what about Yeji?” asked Jin quizzically, the same
confused expression on his face as Namjoon. “Wait, is this to do with the thing
that you kept from him? When he told you he liked you before you met us in the
Slowly and hesitatingly, you explained the whole situation,
with the help of Jungkook and Jimin. You watched as Namjoon and Jin’s faces
turned from confused to angry to sorrowfully understanding as you talked, your
burdens lifting off your chest as you did so. It was shameful describing what
you did, especially to your friends who had always been so kind and considerate
. Jungkook and Jimin also looked embarrassed, as they too had kept the same
thing from Taehyung, but there was no doubt in your mind it was your responsibility.
After all, you were supposed to be
his best friend.
“… and now because of that, Taehyung’s gone back to Daegu
and I can’t compete in the dance competition,” you finished, looking around at
the others and waiting for them to say ‘it’s your own fault’ or ‘what’s done is
done’. Because it was true: there was nothing else you could do.
Strangely, however, Namjoon seemed to believe differently.
“Well, you need to go bring him back for the competition.”
You just blinked several times, not quite expecting that
response. “I need to do what?”
“I’m not seeing all your hard work go down the drain, just
because of some silly misunderstanding,” declared Namjoon. “I understand why
Taehyung was mad, but it’s plain unfair to ruin this for you. I say drive down
to Daegu, apologise, and tell him to get his ass back to Seoul.”
Laughing at the absurdness of it all, you shook your head.
“If he’s upset enough to go home and miss classes, then he’s not going to come
back if I simply say sorry. Plus, I can’t drive.”
“It’s broken down,” mumbled Jin, his face downcast. “Why do
you think I’ve been looking after Jungkook? I’m not doing this out of kindness,
“How about… train!” Namjoon called out triumphantly.
Again, you shook your head. “Too expensive. I appreciate the
thought, I really do, but I don’t think it’s going to happen. I was just coming
to check if there was another reason that he might’ve left, but I guess not.
I’ll see you guys later.”
Walking towards the front door, you almost made it to the
handle before a hand on your shoulder pulled you back. Wheeling around, you saw
Namjoon standing right behind you, his dark eyes pitiful as he smiled softly.
“Don’t give up, okay?”
Looking down at your shoes, you tried not to let your face
go red. “Namjoon, it’s too late. I’m tired of chasing him.”
He just chuckled lightly, giving your shoulder a firm
squeeze before letting go and walking away backwards. “It’s never too late to
fight for something,” he said, turning around and leaving you standing there,
unsure and uncertain as to what to do next.
Going back to your house, you walked into the main sitting
area and almost burst into tears then and there. Instead, you gulped heavily to
rid the stone from your throat and sank down onto one of the sofas, cuddling a
cushion in your lap. How could you fight for a lost cause?
“Y/N! It’s your turn to do the-” Jiwon paused as she saw
your stricken face, not knowing how to react. You didn’t bother looking in her
direction, as your mind was elsewhere and you couldn’t be bothered to bring it
back. Instead, you let her slowly remove her body from her bedroom and
tentatively move towards you, her slippers dragging on the wooden floor.
“Is everything okay?” she asked quietly in a high-pitched
When you didn’t respond, she disappeared for a minute, but
returned with reinforcements. Before you knew what was happening, all three
girls were sitting around you, eyebrows upturned in worry.
“You’ve been acting really weird recently,” commented Mijung
bluntly, her ponytails jiggling about furiously as she fidgeted about next to
you. “What’s the matter?”
That’s all it took for you to completely spill everything.
For so long, you’d been keeping things to yourself and suffering quietly, but
you were on a roll. For the second time that day, you told your secrets. You told
them all about Taehyung, about how you fell in love over the years, about the
dance competition, and all the way up to how you messed up by keeping too many
secrets. It felt wrong at first, as your housemates were the last people you
thought you’d tell about anything, but eventually you were glad you did. Mijung
wrapped her arms around your shoulders while Yeona and Jiwon mothered you with
blankets, as well as making sympathetic noises and offering their support.
“We had no idea,” muttered Yeona. She seemed genuinely
distressed, which contradicted her usual grumpy aura. Although you had been
told it was because she worked so hard, your opinion of the older girl never
changed until that moment.
“So, you fancy Taehyung, and he was going to dance with you,
but he’s gone back to Daegu because you upset him,” stated Mijung, summarising
your points, “and you can’t fetch him and bring him back to Seoul because you
can’t drive. Right?”
“Why don’t you text him?” asked Jiwon.
“He’s ignoring them. I don’t think it’s something you can
sort out over text, anyway,” you sniffled.
“I can drive.”
Your hanging head lifted to look at Jiwon, mouth falling
“I was in a similar situation with my boyfriend,” she
explained, fiddling with the corner of a cushion. “I kept secrets because I was
scared he would judge me if he found out. It almost ruined things completely.”
“You’d be willing to drive down to Daegu for me?” you
“This will be so fun!” squealed Mijung, clapping her hands.
“Road trip!” Standing up, she hurried to her room, but Yeona and Jiwon didn’t
question it. You wondered if they ever bothered questioning Mijung’s actions.
“But you… don’t like me?”
“Nonsense,” Yeona laughed loudly. “Sure, you’re noisy, but
you’re not so bad. Us housemates have got to stick together, right? And if
Y/N’s in a time of need, then it’s our duty to help out.”
“It’s a long drive,” you argued, not quite believing your
“How long will it take to drive?” Yeona asked, biting her
lip in anticipation.
“About three hours,” you responded, quickly glancing at Jiwon
to see if she was frowning or not. Luckily, she nodded, and internally you
This was really
happening, you thought to yourself. At the start of the year, you never
would’ve thought that your housemates were willing to make an impromptu road trip
to the other side of the country, just so you could participate in a dance
competition. Scratch that, you wouldn’t have even thought that would ever
happen an hour ago.
“We’ve got to plan this out,” instructed Yeona, immediately
taking charge. “If we leave now, we’ll make it by mid-afternoon, leaving Y/N… not
very long to win round Taehyung. By the time we get back to Seoul, the show
would just be starting, if Y/N’s quick.”
“Sounds good to me!” cheered Mijung, coming back from her
room with a crate of food. “I’ve got the provisions.”
“How…” began Jiwon, trailing off as she stared at the pile
of snacks and drink cans that Mijung was struggling to carry, her small frame
leaning backwards slightly to support the mound of food. Turning back to Yeona,
she added, “We’ll be cutting it fine, won’t we?”
Yeona nodded. “Y/N, you’re going to have to be quick. Jiwon,
you need to push the speed limits where you can, because if you’re late for
shows like this, they don’t let you perform at all. They’re really strict on
Adrenaline filled your body as you realised what you were
about to do. Could you make it? The
excitement pumped in your blood at the thought of dancing with Taehyung on
stage, but it was a distant dream. If you didn’t have long to talk, you might
not be able to convince him at all, and you didn’t want to waste people’s time
by driving down to Daegu for nothing. But you wanted nothing more than to make
Jungkook proud. After messing with his emotions for so long, it was the least
you could do for him.
The girls began packing up the car while Yeona gave out
strict orders on directions if there was traffic. Your heart swelled at the
sight, knowing they were going out of their way to help you. It was strange how their personalities began to show, too. For
so long, you’d assumed that both Jiwon and Yeona were crabby and snarky, and
Mijung was slightly crazy, but you were pleasantly surprised to find out
differently. Jiwon was slightly nervous, but seemed extremely intelligent,
Yeona was a natural leader, as she was calm and in control, and Mijung was a
devotee for food and seemed to have a positive outlook on absolutely
everything. Your spirits were lifting by the second, knowing that your
housemates weren’t completely heartless, and that you might still have a shot
at the competition. And a shot at fixing things with Taehyung.
This might solve
everything, or could be a complete disaster.
And you hoped and prayed it was the first.
An hour later, you were driving down the highway, Yeona
sorting out timings and Mijung with you in the back asking you endless
questions about Taehyung. The car was a mess already, with sweet wrappers
everywhere and a strong smell of vanilla wafting through the air, despite the
air con being on full blast. There was also a sticky residue near your feet,
which you believed was Mijung’s fault, as during a two minute pit stop her drink
went from full to almost empty, but she denied the accusations. Despite the
litter crunching under your shoes, it was quite comfortable sinking back into
the chair and letting your head rest against the cool glass of the window.
“Basically, you both like each other, and neither of you
knew for years?” she asked, sucking on a lollipop that turned her lips blue.
“He was subtle about it,” you explained. “It was only when
my friend pointed it out, I realised. I don’t know, I guess I just thought he
was being friendly.”
“I wish you’d told us sooner. I would’ve immediately told
you he was flirting. I have a romantic eye” said Mijung proudly.
You shuffled in your seat uncomfortably. It wasn’t the fact
that you didn’t want to become friends, but more because of the rudeness and
constant scolding you received had put you off. Although they were never your
dream housemates, and they were nothing compared to what Taehyung had, but they
were helping you do something that was completely insane, and you were
Eventually, a couple of hours later, the buildings started
becoming familiar as you reached the outskirts of Daegu, and you began
directing Jiwon towards your house. You passed fields and small farms, all of
which brought you nostalgia of the times where everything was so much simpler.
A time when there was no heartbreak, no confusion, no secrets. High school was
extremely stressful, as you were working well into the night just to get a good
grade, so even though you’d never go back, you still missed how your life was
“What are you going to say to him?” Mijung asked softly, as
if she knew you were growing more and more nervous as you drew closer.
You shrugged, keeping your eyes out of the window and
watching the trees and bushes flash by. “I guess sorry would be a start.”
“Don’t panic,” she reassured. “If he really loves you, he’ll
let you in.”
Pairing: FP Jones x Female Reader (She’s legal, don’t worry)
Summary: Reader has had a crush on FP since being a teenager, but doesn’t act on it until she’s legal
Warnings: Basically just sex, nothing new on my blog
Author’s Note: Please leave some feedback, I love getting feedback!
When she was five, Y/N would always watch her father
throwing on a black leather jacket over his shoulder while her mother begged
him not to go. She would hide behind her bedroom door to watch them argue for
the hundredth time that month. She never understood why her mother was so angry
at her dad; he was only going to work.
if ur ever sad, just imagine grog getting dog piled by vex and percy’s kids and him falling over (strategically, so as not to crush them) and pretending like they defeated him “BECAUSE THESE ARE MIGHTY WARRIORS”
also: grog just casually walking around whitestone with all of their kids clinging to their uncle grog
Summary: Yoongi doesn’t like kids, he never will, or so he says. Except this one kid that reminds him a lot of himself, and he looks like him too.
Genre: Romance / Slight angst
A/N: I got this idea from a request for “angsty Yoongi scenario with a happy ending”. The requester wasn’t specific on what they wanted so hopefully you’ll like this. It was supposed to be a one-shot but got too long rip. But enjoy!
All these yandere family au headcanons are making me want a fluffy au where Knock Out and Breakdown actually do kind of become Jack’s parents. XD
After KO and BD (who’s still alive and happy) defect to the Autobots, Jack volunteers to help show them around and is just generally very nice and supportive (because he’s just that kind of kid). Knock Out and Breakdown are both kind of confused at first as to why this squishy little human (who they’ve both tried to kill multiple times in the past) would be willing to help them, but they eventually become very attached to him.
They’ll take Jack out racing or to a drive-in movie or tell him stories about what Cybertron was like before the war. It’s a bit surprising to them just how protective they feel towards Jack, but he manages to worm his way into their sparks. Jack will sometimes joke about how much Knock Out and Breakdown act like his dads, to which they’ll roll their eyes or make a sarcastic comment, but secretly it warms their sparks to hear him say it.
June is at first very skeptical of her son hanging around a couple of ex-Decepticons (especially the one that tried to kidnap her) but she relaxes a bit when she sees just how fond they are of her son. Jack even introduces his mom to KO and BD at one point to help mend any broken fences. It’s a bit awkward at first, but Knock Out and Breakdown are both very respectful and charming, and June actually finds herself liking them. They eagerly listen to June when she starts telling them stories about Jack’s childhood, to which Jack will bury his head in his hands and groan with embarrassment. (Yeah, they’re never letting you live those stories down, Jackie boy.) Before they leave, Breakdown turns and offers June a small, warm smile.
Okay but why is no one super excited over Hunk’s favourite animal being a dog? Like???
Imagine him as a kid being promised a dog for his birthday and then waking up to a furry friend on his bed.
Imagine him bringing the dog everywhere and buying her a tonne of accessories and learning how to make dog food because he doesn’t trust consumer brands.
Imagine him going to the Garrison and learning he can’t bring his dog with him, but promising to come back to see her every holiday.
Imagine him bragging about what a good dog she is to all of the other Paladins and promising that the second they get back to earth, he’s going to introduce them all to her. Yes, including Allura and Coran.
Imagine them finally getting back to earth and seeing his family and asking where his dog is. Imagine his mom looking away and his dad telling him she’s outside.
Imagine him going to the back yard. Imagine him finding her kennel is gone. Imagine him seeing the pile of fresh dirt with a homemade wooden slab to mark it. Imagine him kneeling there and crying until the other Paladins come to meet his dog.