A short walk later you were seated on the second
floor of a small restaurant that had only delicious looking fried chicken on
the menu. You were in a small booth in the corner, happily enjoying the air
conditioner, and doing your best to be nonchalant about the fact that you’re
about to have lunch with Oh Sehun of all people.
Chapters: 1/? Fandom: Stranger Things (TV 2016) Rating: Teen And Up Audiences Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Joyce Byers/Jim “Chief” Hopper, Joyce Byers & Jim “Chief” Hopper, Joyce Byers/Bob Newby, Eleven & Mike Wheeler, Will Byers & Eleven, Jonathan Byers/Steve Harrington, Steve Harrington & Nancy Wheeler Characters: Jonathan Byers, Steve Harrington, Nancy Wheeler, Joyce Byers, Jim “Chief” Hopper, Will Byers, Eleven (Stranger Things), Mike Wheeler, Lucas Sinclair, Dustin Henderson, Bob Newby, Max (Stranger Things), Karen Wheeler Additional Tags: Love Triangles, bad news bears inspired, kids sports movies inspired, ships galore, Baseball, mostly fun, mild to medium angst in places, hopper as walter matthau, hopper and steve coach little league Summary:
Steve Harrington and Jim Hopper are constantly at odds. Harrington just wants to have a good time and Hopper just wants to bust teen parties and be a general killjoy. Through a bizarre set of circumstances that has nothing whatsoever to do with Harrington being a spiteful, the two of them are forced to put together a scrappy little league team.
Will they be able to shape their band of misfits into a first-rate team? Or will they eventually kill each other?
At the eve of the second World War, Lieutenant Colonel Thorin Durin sends his young nephews - his only remaining family - to live safely in the countryside. Fili and Kili end up staying with Bilbo Baggins, in his cozy little house virtually in the middle of nowhere. The boys and their Uncle exchange letters, the soldier understandably worried about how they’re being treated, and soon, Bilbo sees it fit to start adding little messages of his own - unbeknownst to him, Thorin begins cherishing those almost as much as his nephews’ words.
Despite the way he scolded Wales for his comment about
‘smashing heads’, Arthur knew his brother had the agenda for the evening
properly sorted out. Potter had been taken off guard and had retreated behind
good graces and smiles- very like him, and likely genuine in some small way. He
had tried to ensure his interaction with Rose was a short as possible without
brushing the poor girl off entirely, and he and Owen exited the interaction