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Tyler Breeze - “Pretend to be his wife”

Prompt: “You have to pretend to be his wife” ‘why?’ “immediate family only”
Requested: no
Warnings: None
Words: 900+

Tyler and Dango were your best friends from the moment you joined NXT. You’re not quite sure how the friendship became, just one day you were friends. They went up to the main roster first. But would spend 24/7 texting you and sending memes into your group inbox. It was their favourite pass time. They’d be up to all hours of the night, lighting your phone up with stupid photos. So when you surprised them one smackdown live they we’re ecstatic. 

“What are you doing here?” Tyler asked wrapping you up in a bear hug 

“Thought I’d surprise you guys” you grinned as he let you go and Dango lifted you in the air making you squeal. You spent a few moment catching up before they were pulled away to go over this weeks fashion files. 

“They don’t know yet do they?” Shane asked biting into an apple 

“Nope” you grinned 

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anonymous asked:

You know what made me sad about the video clip of Sam at the Gala? He should have had his wifey there celebrating with him, showing all the love & pride we know she has for what he's accomplished w/ MPC. But instead she was in France at yet another fashion week, keeping the "living separate lives" narrative going. As long as they keep living this lie, they'll keep missing EO's biggest moments. I don't care how much you love someone this WILL take its toll over time. What a shame if/when it does.

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LR has been famous for less than six months
And yet, she’s front row at some fashion week shows And taking over Elle’s instagram. That’s literally unheard of. What did she do to make that happen, cause no, not even a good agent can make that happen. Or maybe I should rephrase that, who did she figuratively fuck to make this happen? Meanwhile, KJA hasn’t become the face of a single thing and Cami basically isn’t on anyone’s radar, even for just a solo magazine cover. Well, she did do that Bogo thing, but it was with LR, so…

LR has been famous for less than six months

But has been working her career for 7 years

And yet, she’s front row at some fashion week shows

Working…

And taking over Elle’s instagram.

Because Elle wants it that way

That’s literally unheard of.

Maybe not any more– TBH, in the days of social media, the cycle now CAN be that fast—because consider, Riverdale also swept the TCAs as a midseason replacement series, with just 13 episodes and middling live ratings.

What did she do to make that happen, cause no, not even a good agent can make that happen.

No, apparently the fans, can though. She’s arguably America’s Sweetheart (or half of the couple). Bughead won for most popular ship, she beat out GheJ for her individual aware. She’s beautiful, but also the girl next door. She breaks the Hollywood mold in every way, by being goofy, outspoken on controversial matters, eating Taco Bell, unaffected and refreshing. She’s also very talented

Or maybe I should rephrase that, who did she figuratively fuck to make this happen?

If your argument is because this is from Cole, maybe somewhat, but, despite us all lonnnggginggg for them to do shoots together, we haven’t gotten THAT yet. So this is her. And the fans love of her.

And if you do mean Cole, she doesn’t “figurative” fuck him, she literally fucks him, every night….(and you never will)

Meanwhile, KJA hasn’t become the face of a single thing and Cami basically isn’t on anyone’s radar, even for just a solo magazine cover. Well, she did do that Bogo thing, but it was with LR, so…

Well……someone’s sure jealous, huh??? Which is, again, what this is all about….Maybe if they were better actors, didn’t behave like assholes at cons and fan events, didn’t disparage their cast mates in the interviews they DO get and worked harder (and were also, frankly, better looking), they’d get all this attention and Cole’s D, too, huh???

Well not GheyJ

Oh and yes, clearly, Lili and Cole have MUCH, MUCH better agents. That’s a given.

When ES forget that THEY made up the SamCait “narrative”

Someone showed me this from an ES blog:

ANONYMOUS ASKED:

“You know what made me sad about the video clip of Sam at the Gala? He should have had his wifey there celebrating with him; showing all the love and pride we know she has for what he’s accomplished w/ MPC. But instead she was in France at yet another fashion week, keeping the “living separate lies” narrative going. As long as they keep living this lie, they’ll keep missing EO’s biggest moments. I don’t care how much you love someone this WILL take a toll over time. What a shame if/when it does.”

When called out, certain ES leaders always say that it is clear to their followers that they are just “speculating.” Well, this anon doesn’t seem to remember that the SamCait conspiracy theories are just “speculation.” She is reacting as if she thinks TPTB are really forcing Sam and Cait to lead spearate lives.

Modern studios/ premium TV channels don’t “own” their actors. They can’t dictate that two actors “hide” their relationship and do things seperately. They can’t force an actor to “pretend” to have a relationship. These are just extreme shipper ideas with no basis in what would be possible or even desirable in this day and age (see POST).

There is no reason to feel sorry for Sam and Cait because of a fan manufactured conspiracy. 🙄 Please try to remember that.

BUTTERCREAM DADS - a jomiconsparackosholi imagine

It was one of the girls’ birthdays so what did the boys decide to do other than have a giant sleepover at the Lee household. With all their mothers away for the night, the children looked forward to enjoying time together. It wasn’t often that they got to spend time as a large group, though the older kids hung out together almost everyday. The dads had exhausted their group chat, having been organising details all week. They had decided that Caspar’s house would be the best place to get together, it being the largest.

After eating the many pizzas ordered, Mikey went to put his little baby to sleep. Both Pearce boys were tired but Mikey was determined to get some down time with his friends before settling down for the night, proper. The three oldest children (Joe’s son, Caspar’s daughter and Josh’s son, all first borns) had decided that they would set up a tent on the back decking, where they would sleep for the night. Though they could have simply just bunked together in Caspar’s daughter’s own room, she had lent it to the younger kids for the night. She felt they needed a soft bed more than she did and besides, what better way to hang out with her two best friends than in a tent!

Jack and Conor had agreed to let their young daughters have a few extra hours of fun after their usual bedtime, seeing as it was a special event. They, along with Oli’s little boy and Joe’s daughter were working on baking cookies. It was the perfect means of distraction and entertainment for the three young toddlers, whilst also being quite enjoyable for the youngest Sugg (who was eleven). The three little kids laughed with delight as they twisted dough into crazy and wonderful shapes, studded with chocolate chips.

The remaining children, Josh’s youngest son and Caspar’s two boys, had commandeered the TV. Much like their fathers had many years prior, they were battling each other in the most intense video game of all, FIFA. They had each and every version, currently playing the old but well made 2019 version. There wasn’t much fumbling for the controls, each taking turns. What there was, though, was loud sighs of defeat or yellings of encouragement to football players who couldn’t hear them.

“I’m so glad the kids all get along well,” Josh sighed with content as he drank from his beer.

The other five nodded in agreement, before giving a slight cheer as Mikey made it back down to join them. He opened a beer for himself and sat with the group at the dining table.

“I’m glad we still get along so well,” Conor said, mockingly before laughing.

They all laughed at his joke, knowing full well that he meant it. Fatherhood had changed them all but what hadn’t changed was their friendship and constant banter. Conor still sang and he, Oli and Josh, still uploaded videos to YouTube. The other four had found themselves growing out of what had been their entire lives. Joe and Caspar were still best friends, only now, they didn’t see each other much more than once or twice a week. Jack was still the fashion advisor of the group and yet, the children were starting to overtake him in that role. Mikey was still Mikey, though. His face was still filtered and stretched in every group photo taken. He was still the cool and fun uncle, until only a month or so ago, when he became a dad. The boys guessed that either Mikey had matured before they met him or fatherhood had still yet to hit him.

“We did well tonight, gentlemen,” Jack said. “The ladies would be proud.”

The boys sat in a relaxed and comfortable situation, talking about everything and nothing at the same time. It had been a while since each of them had felt such a sense of ease. But being a dad, somewhat sadly, meant that ease wasn’t something that really happened often or was long lasting. It couldn’t have been more than ten minutes when the children started to need their fathers.

“Dad!”

“Dad!”

“Daddy!”

“Dadddddd…”

Almost as if at once, they were all called for. The baby cried and the toddlers were tiring out. The FIFA game crashed and the Sugg girl had no idea how to use the oven here and the older children needed advice.

“I’ll take the tent,” Joe sighed.

“I’ve got FIFA, boys,” Caspar added.

The boys all went in separate directions; going to calm and comfort their children. Their kids needed them and so they went. Beer bottles and wine glasses were left at the table. Conversations were cut short but they wouldn’t have had it any other way. They were in this together; as friends, as brothers and most importantly, as dads.

The end of the DAD series.
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fansites calling the kids ceo professor or giving them names like jyarret ever since they attended fashion week is so sweet yet funny but in a good wholesome way awww

How We Met: Brian Selznick & Harry Lloyd

The American author and the British actor met in 2009 when Lloyd was starring in A View from the Bridge, at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London.

Brian Selznick, 49

Selznick (left in picture) is the award-winning American author and illustrator of bestselling books including ‘Wonderstruck’ and 'The Invention of Hugo Cabret’, which was adapted into Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-winning film 'Hugo’. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, and San Diego, California, with his husband

Harry and I met in 2009 when he was in A View from the Bridge, at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London. I was able to go backstage because I’m friends with his mother, Marion Lloyd, who was an editor at my publisher, Scholastic UK. I remember drinking champagne and laughing and feeling very glamorous. Harry and I hit it off right away.

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Fashion Week’s Natural Hair Moments That Made Us Shout For Joy

New York Fashion Week

is not over yet but it’s time to take a moment and applaud all the natural hairstyles that have appeared at the Spring 2016 shows. Black and biracial models with different hair types and textures, including curly, wavy and kinky, were turning heads as they hit the runways with their magnificent manes. 

A change is gonna come.

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6 Humanizing Ways to Approach New York Fashion Week

In remembrance and reflection of the many events this week it’s important to remember the core of why we do what we do, and who we are as individuals but perhaps more importantly, who we are as a city. New York’s undeniable pull can sometimes lead us in every which way and yet, we somehow always find ourselves back to where we started: From experience, it is usually in a place of curiosity, passion and a frantic love affair with the city that never sleeps.

Fashion is engrained in this DNA - and because of the dynamic hub of creative people who’ve contributed their talents to making a truly bourgeoning industry. While the obvious influence of technology has changed the landscape of how we see this aspect of our lives (and more specifically, our response to fashion week), it paradoxically has cultivated connection like never before.

In the midst of the chaos of delivering creative content while juggling with actually trying to see the clothing for what it is, I’ve personally been trying to catch the quiet moments that truly make us feel connected to this wearable art. For example, I love catching moments of a designer’s (probably exhausted) production or PR team. I can imagine how gratifying it is to be able to take a step back, remove the headset and take in not only the collection, but their contributions to it’s reality. Earlier this week I had a chance to catch up with contemporary designer, Whitney Pozgay backstage before her show. As graceful and bubbly as ever, her sincerity and commitment to her craft mirrored her thoughtful and fun spring pieces. I even found my way into brothervellies debut presentation. I can’t say I know the designer Aurora James, or her team personally but I caught a glimpse at how elated she looked and it affected my outlook on her show.

For as beautiful as the clothing always is, eight seasons in I’m starting to notice how much more the genuine support and response from a designer’s community elevates a show’s experience. Enjoying (and even laughing at!) one’s self really never goes out of style. Other sources are even reaffirming this: mashablehq‘s recent article contends that this was the most inclusive season of fashion week yet. It’s exciting to see we’ve arrived at milestone signifying progress.

So as we continue keeping a watchful eye on what’s to come for SS16, I’ve developed made a short-list of what to consider for the rest of my fashion week experience. So from me to you…

Designing The Story: While we’re obviously there to see the clothing and the overall presentation don’t forget to look at the other elements: From set production to styling, there is so much more to the story than meets the eye… which only gives us that much more to appreciate.

Model Behavior: Enduring an emotional build-up before showtime is hardly a rarity amongst industry insiders. It’s important to consider that we are also on display in our behavior towards others no matter what end of the spectrum we’re on. While fashion week is a time of go go go, remember to stop and appreciate one another’s unique contributions and support. Empathy is the new black.

It Takes A Village: No matter an individual’s role in the show-going experience it’s comforting to know that fashion week cultivates community. People from all walks of life find themselves unified by a common love of fashion and appreciation for the many gifts the industry has to offer. That’s something that never goes out of style.

Cultural Considerations: It’s been interesting to see a shift in a return to values and conscious consideration of how garments and accessories are made. I applaud all of the smaller designers who have been able to implement sustainable practices in their business from the get-go - They are a testament to the fact that you can create beautiful products without compromise. Fashion has also began lending itself to social causes and in joining in these global conversations we’re proving that creativity counts.

Cultivate Connection: While Instagram may be beckoning it’s now easier than ever to have a digital dialogue translate into an offline setting. I’ve met and reconnected with many interesting people during accidental run-ins at shows - and as a result have created some really incredible friendships and collaboration. All things considered, It’s always nice to have someone to share and experience with.

Understand The Impact: At it’s core, this week is an incredible opportunity to drive awareness around the city’s bourgeoning talent. While at times we question our sanity during what feels like a non-stop week, we’re doing our part in fostering a venue for creative talent to be discovered and celebrated. In a greater sense we’re also helping fuel our city’s economy and local opportunities. There are so many culminating factors in the impact this industry has on New York in it’s entirety and in realizing this, we can only imagine what’s to come next season… and beyond.