excuse me, excuse me attention please. i am desperately searching for some laid back ass plots and partners. i’m talking texts and chats and messaging back and forth bc yes we love our chars and our plot but we are just too damn busy or we can’t get in the right mindset to write something perfect rn. partners i can hc with in the middle of the night bc we have sO MANY IDEAS that may become a reality but there’s no rush for it. you know what i mean? like yes let’s start a para one day but while i put off writing (bc i’m lazy af or at work or you’re busy or dealing with life) let’s have them texting or a little gif chat or phone call. let’s start a dozen different plots and pairings (bc we always take on too many) and there’s no rush. let’s be scattered and start multiple paras at a time and some are long and some aren’t and it’s just no big deal. just something fun and relaxed where there’s no need to feel bad ab not having a ton of muse or time. am i making sense. come to me pls.
It’s interesting because Star Wars continues to evolve and George when watching that scene, he really liked it, but then he went “Uhhh, we have to take that scene out.” “Why, George?” “Because the Sith can’t become ghosts. That’s not what they do. They’re so concerned with their corporeal existence, and wealth, and power that they can’t think beyond that. They don’t think about the afterlife. That’s why they’re all afraid to die. That’s why they’re always trying to figure out how to cheat death.” […] So that scene was cut. But that’s the cool thing about The Clone Wars. It’s the last George Lucas produced Star Wars. And there’s so much you can learn about that mythology by watching that show very carefully.
He pressed two fingers to Neil’s throat, checking his pulse. When Neil tried to bat him away, Andrew caught his wrist with his free hand. His smile was small and fierce as he leaned forward into Neil’s space. “Remember this feeling. This is the moment you stop being the rabbit.” Neil was too startled to answer, but Andrew didn’t wait. He slid past Neil, using the weight of his body and his grip on Neil’s wrist to pull Neil with him out of the way of the door.
is it true that holster kind of dislikes jack? i thought that was just a headcanon-ish post someone made awhile back. that makes me sad
Ngozi mentioned it once or twice on the private Patreon blog and in streams, and you can kind of see it if you squint? I was kind of happy that fandom ignored that thing because I kept thinking to myself, “Fandom would blow it out of ALL PROPORTION and think Holster HATES Jack” when no–they’re still friends. Holster was 110% there helping Jack choose which NHL team to sign with. They have each other’s backs.
It’s more true to say that Holster is frequently grumpy and disgruntled with many people, and Jack is one of the people he’s grumpy with. He’s willing to see Jack’s shortcomings and he knows that Jack is not The Amazing Man on a Pedestal. They’re still friends and they still wrassle, but Holster is way more genuinely fond of Bitty than of Jack.