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“Oh God. The less said about her the better.” Harry states pulling his face, before having another sip of his lager. The lads all look at Harry with confused expressions.
“Just last week you were crazy on the girl,” Dimitri supplies in the absence of words, “what changed?”
“What changed is that she decided she was too good for me.” The group break into chuckles that completely dissipate when they realise Harry’s telling the truth…

The World's Gonna Know Your Name

guess what’s back back again twgkyn’s back please dont tell a friend in case i get sued for having the most cliché plotline ever 

BUT SERIOUSLY we’re back we’re back on track thank you so much to everyone who was really helpful and supportive during the time it was on hiatus and to everyone who sent me lovely messages telling me to take my time and being so understanding about schoolwork and stuff i’m sorry for making you wait so long and this really doesnt make up for the time its been gone but i should be back to weekly updates now and HOW IS EVERYONE I MISSED YOU ALL SEND ME AN ASK TELL ME HOW YOUVE BEEN 

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Better With You By My Side

prompt: Dan and Phil are both sons of rich families and are sent to ballroom dancing lessons. Because there is a shortage of girls, Dan and Phil end up as partners. Phil really doesn’t want to be there and Dan doesn’t either, but is so frustrated by the fact Phil doesn’t want to dance with him he is determined to get him to.

a/n: heLLO ok thsi chapters a little anti phan cause     . reasons but it will sort itself out i promise



Chapter Five

“What happened to Mr. Darcy?” Adam eyes Dan’s significantly sloppier outfit choice as he collapses on the sofa next to him. “Off to find Jane Eyre?" 

"Wrong novel.” Dan corrects through a mouthful of the neatly arranged pretzels he’d attacked on the coffee table in front of them both; being amidst other fancy canapés and weird vol-au-vents (whatever the hell they even are), pretzels are the only normal option available. 

“Well sorry, Mr. Straight A student.” Adam widens his eyes sarcastically, holding his hands up in a ‘surrender’ motion. 

“It doesn’t take ultimate success in English Literature to have a very basic character knowledge of a few books." 

"Would you know the characters of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by heart if you’d never read it?" 

"We’re not comparing Charlotte Bronte to Roald bloody Dahl.” Dan glares at his older brother, snatching another handful of pretzels. 

“Mum’s gonna kill you.” Adam winces disapprovingly at Dan’s actions. 

“I haven’t eaten all day.” Dan responds. “The kitchen’s full." 

"And you think she won’t notice that?” He gestures to the bowl, the pretzel presentation being considerably dented as a result of Dan’s hunger. 

“Does she want me to die?" 

"She might do if she sees that.” Adam slaps his hand away as he attempts to give one of the canapés a go. “Stop it. They’ll be here soon.”

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