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Reblog If You Are Apart/Enjoy Any Of These Fandoms

There are my main interests right now and what I’m going to be writing about. I’d like to follow people with similar taste in fandoms :) 

Percy Jackson (and all the series that come after him too)

The Outsiders

Harry Potter

New Girl

13 reasons why

Lana Del Rey

Regina Spektor

The Beatles

That 70′s Show

Gilmore Girls

Keeper of the Lose Cities

The Perks of being a Wallflower

Bo Burnham

Hunger Games

Glee

Sherlock

The Smiths

listen

I think the most beautiful thing about Tony is that he’s so gentle with Clay. He knows how much his friend is hurting, he’s hurt himself, yet he tries everything in his power to safe Clay from collapsing. And even when he can’t take the pain away from him he’s always there to compensate and help him through it. Tony is such a lovely, underrated character on this show, he deserves the world

Originally posted by fakehelper

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You’re going to tell me this one’s no big deal but let me tell you about being lonely. Humans are a social species. We rely on connections to survive. Even the most basic social interactions help keep us alive. Statistics prove the subjective feeling of loneliness can increase the likelihood of premature death by 26%. If it sounds like I’m quoting from a school textbook, I am. Too bad nobody bothered to read it.
13 Reasons Why: Tape 4, Side A

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Future Kid-verse: [Caitlin] [Chowder] [Jack] [Bitty] [Lardo] [Nursey] [Dex]

The one where they all have kids.  Prompted by this headcanon.

College versions

Reader and Protective Friendship with the Jocks

Request: Are you tacking any requests? Di mind doing one where the reader is super close to “Jocks”. Like dempsey,Justin,Jeff Monty and them. they are just protective of her and even though some of are kind asses to other people and maybe don’t always treat all the girls right,they are just different around her and like they party together,she knows about Justin’s hard home life,she protective over zach when people do him wrong,she keeps Monty in line when he gets too angry,she helps Jeff with studying

 

A/N: This was fun to write, I hope you like it!

 

Warnings: Mentions of violence, mentions of possessiveness

 

Reader and Protective Friendship with the Jocks…

  • You had been friends with the schools jocks since the beginning of high school. Your mum was best friends with Monty’s mum, and so you’d grown up together, and even though you didn’t have the natural ability to be popular and everyone thought he was way out of your league for friendship, you’d always been very close

  • You’d met many of the other jocks stopping their fights with Monty. You had such an ability to read people. You were able to jump in the middle of a fight, say a few words and have the boys walk away as best friends. Jeff was the only one you didn’t have to convince into friendship
  • You’d been like your own little family ever since. You, Monty, Zach, Justin, Jeff, and the little ones that come along with that, like Alex and Clay. You knew about Justin’s home life, and Zach’s loneliness. You helped Jeff study when Clay wasn’t around and you kept Alex company when all the other boys were at sports

  • The adults in the school worried about you a little. One everyday high school student often crammed in the middle of a table of four to five jocks and their respective friends as well, who all had reputations, teachers got suspicious. They’d pull you aside all the time and ask questions, but you couldn’t be more sure that these boys would never do anything to hurt you or make you uncomfortable
  • You helped all of them drop their walls. Jeff was originally the only one who wasn’t standoffish or particularly concerned with his jock image. You gave them all a happy place, somewhere they could all just be, without any pressures or societal expectations. They all became much more affectionate and loving people with your presence

  • At parties one of them would always stay sober, or close to it, usually Jeff. That way there was always someone there for you if you needed, and someone who could make sure the whole group got home safely. At least one of them would be with you at all times of the night. They knew what the other jocks were like, and they would never risk leaving you by yourself while the others were around, not because they didn’t think you could take care of yourself, but because they didn’t think you should have to in the first place
  • At the end of the night Jeff would drive you all to the local 24/7 fast food shop. You’d all sit there trying as hard as possible not to seem noticeably drunk, as it was kinda obvious you were underage. This would usually just lead to a lot of giggling while you all ate and discussed whatever interesting things you’d learnt at the party. It was always Jeff who had the interesting stories, you figured that he was just someone people easily trusted

  • Monty would usually end up crashing at your house after these parties. He was the type of drunk who had to eat and then drink, and if he ate again after, he’d be asleep within half an hour. You were both super lucky that your mums saw only the friendship you two had, and not the hormones, because that meant you could easily get away with sleepovers. You’d usually be a little hungover the next morning, and you’d cuddle until one of your mums made you pancakes for breakfast, then it was back to acting like you hadn’t just been drunk off your face
  • Justin would often hang around the house with you and Monty too. You knew his home life wasn’t great, and you’d dropped hints to your parents that Justin didn’t like being at home sometimes, and so he was always welcome in your abode. He’d almost always eat your fridge out while he was there, but you didn’t mind, he was a teenage boy, you’d learnt from Monty just how much they could eat

  • After a couple years of convincing, you finally got your parents to agree to having all the boys over for a sleepover. It totally wasn’t the boys thing at all, but you could talk them into anything. You transformed your lounge room into a giant slumber party, trying to make as many little beds as you could, but needing to make a couple of share beds. You figured it didn’t matter though, after a few years with you these boys were the worlds stereotype of a boy anymore, they didn’t mind being close to each other.
  • Jeff would often invite Clay to your get togethers, and just your luck he was always the first to turn up. He was the first boy aside from Monty and Justin that your parents met, and his nervousness and awkwardness put them to ease of course. He helped you gain a little more trust from them, and you were super grateful for it

  • Your first ever date was actually with Clay, and even though he’s clearly harmless, you can bet that the jocks were sat a few tables away keeping an eye on you. As you began to go on dates with other people too they were always there, which was a blessing sometimes when your date was a total bore, because they always had a plan to sneak you out of there
  • The down side was that you felt obligated to go to all of their games. The plus was that half of the boys played basketball and half played baseball, which meant that you always had a couple boys to sit and keep you company no matter what. Aside from cheering boys on through the games, you tended to eat a lot while you were there. It was a good way to pass the time

  • And you can bet that although the boys are protective of you they never let you feel like you’re the odd one out in the group. They’ll have eating contests with you, and wrestle (a little more gently than usual) with you, they’ll try and get you to join basketball and baseball practices with the other boys
  • But then they also spoil you too. You get massages and back tickles and they play with your hair. You always have someone to drive you around, and sweet talk your parents and help you sneak out at night

  • There are a few mixed opinions on your relationship with the boys from other students. Some of them have a few not so nice things to say, and occasionally call you names and make rude accusations. The boys are always there to fix that though, and they all have a different approach. Zach and Jeff are a lot calmer, they’ll use their words, but you can bet that Justin and Monty are ready to go in with fists
  • Zach will often treat you to dinner dates. Nothing fancy, just at the local diner. He often tells you a hundred times during the night how grateful he is for you being there, because sometimes he feels everyone just wants to be seen near him and no one wants to actually know him, and you’re always there the assure him that you adore him and that he’s one of your best friends in the world

  • Jeff is the one who usually takes you out to do cute things. Go to carnivals, get ice-cream. Jeff will come and pick you up and you’ll spend the day together, no rushing around anywhere, just relaxing and travelling around the city together, always stopping to take cute photographs together
  • Justin just likes to hang around home with you. You’ll usually make a big dinner if you know he’s coming over, because he absolutely loves home cooked food and never gets it. You mostly just sit across the table from him and look on with heart eyes at how happy and grateful he is over something so simple. He also gets along great with your parents, and your dad (the cook of the family) loves that Justin’s always complimenting his cooking

  • You and Monty don’t ever really change, you still have the same relationship you had as kids, but now you’re older. You’ll bicker a lot between each other, steal each other’s food, be clique best friends and tease each other in front of your crushes, go to concerts together, take late night adventures. You’re so comfortable with each other you’ll just walk into the others house whenever you visit, there’s no need to knock or anything anymore
  • The boys all have their own levels of relationship with each other. It’s tense at first, since most of them met off the back of an almost fight. It doesn’t take them long though to grow close. Spending time with you they get to see each other’s flaws and relate to each other, and they actually grow super close super quickly

  • You’re a number one priority to them all. It’s a small group of people- you, Zach’s little sister, yours and Monty’s parents and not many others. They’ll protect you with everything that they are. You can guarantee someone so much as looks at you wrong and Monty has fists raised, Justin and Zach not far behind him if he needs support, and you and Jeff are left to calm them down
  • Being the one to get in their fights then means sometimes you come out of it with a little bruise. This usually makes the boys even angrier and your job harder, but you figure it’s just a part of interrupting a high school boys fight. You’re also then the one to ice the boys bruises and clean up any bloody cuts that they have. You usually take this time to lecture them, but when they give you their puppy eyes you can’t help but give in and just help them

  • The boys also worry about you getting hurt in everyday things. They watch you on stairs, during sport, when you’re driving, sliding around the house in socks. You’re always yelling at them for it, if you do hurt yourself you won’t shatter after all, and sometimes you just want a little bit of space, and maybe you do occasionally want a cool bruise to show off.
  • Overall your friendship with the jocks is so supportive and protective. You’re the only person aside from each other who they’ve let themselves get close to. You’re like a little family and they’d do anything to keep you safe and make sure that no one ever hurts you


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