She was sitting on Gansey’s bed with a textbook open in her lap, blinking up at Gansey himself, who bounced before her (clad only in boxers, undershirt, and socks) to the beat of a One Direction song. He had a hand stretched toward her in a hilariously genteel “May I have this dance?” gesture, given the soundtrack and the attire.
“Does one need a reason to take a turn about the room with his beloved to the poignant melodies of our youth?” Gansey asked, affecting an English accent.
Blue’s mouth twisted into a smirk in spite of herself. There was a lot to hate about finals week, but loopy Gansey wasn’t one of them.
“The floor in here is also really dusty,” Gansey said, stopping his bouncing and placing a thoughtful hand on his cheek. “So I was thinking if we, like, sprayed the bottom of our socks with Pledge or something –”
“Gross, Gansey,” Blue laughed. She did put her book aside, though, and stand to join him, kicking off her slippers to reveal a pair of socks that were bright, fuzzy, and mismatched.
Her movements were tentative at first, but it only took a few minutes of watching President Cellphone of yore trying his damndest to be all Risky Business for her to loosen up. They spun and slipped, pulling each other along and they holding each other up, shouting along to “Take On Me,” to “Fascination,” to “Shake It Off” to “Pompeii,” until they finally collapsed, breathless and giggling, back onto the bed.
“You’re so – fuckin weird,” Blue huffed, grinning.
“Yeah,” Gansey agreed, pressing his sweaty forehead briefly to hers. “You too.”
The song that plays at the beginning of the Kadena kiss scene just before Adena opens the door is Home by Chelsea Lankes. I’ve been looking for it for days, and I thought I’d help some people who were still looking.
The infamous clothes swap is finally here! When you start off with dressing up D.va all cute and things escalate and you get a Junkrat in a thight suit and a Lucio that, just like in comp, just fills whatever role is left.
You knew Bucky wasn’t one to pass judgement solely on appearances but anytime you were around him you were nervous. Mostly because of your massive crush on him and your belief that he wouldn’t like you, not like you wanted him to at least. You didn’t have a body like Natasha or Wanda or anyone that society showed Bucky would like. Let alone your skin color, it’s true Bucky and Steve grew up in the 40′s which wasn’t the best time for people that looked like you. You didn’t think they themselves were ever offenders back then but the 40′s are very different from now and though they were both good friends with Sam and respected Nick you still couldn’t help but think they’d like someone more ‘traditionally attractive’. That was until one night at one of Tony’s galas.