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Reblog if you like any of these bands

-Halestorm
-Evanescence
-In This Moment
-Flyleaf
-Seether
-Green Day
-Butcher Babies
-Linkin Park
-Arch Enemy
-The Pretty Reckless

Double Shift

Or the one where Clarke has a disastrous encounter with a vending machine in the maternity ward and Bellamy happens to be there to witness (and laugh at) the whole thing.

Clarke was five hours into her double shift and she felt like she was going to die.  She was pretty sure she hadn’t eaten since breakfast (it was eight at night) and she knew that if she didn’t eat something soon she was going to pass out.

So as soon as she had a break, she ducked out from her rounds and headed for the vending machine in the maternity ward because it was always the best stocked.

She’d been expecting to grab a bag of chips, eat it in the elevator, and go back to working herself to the bone, as usual.

What she had not been expecting was her chips to get stuck in the vending machine.  Now, this was something that had somehow never happened to Clarke.  She’d once had a nightmare about it and woke up in a cold sweat (sue her, she liked her junk food) but it had never actually been a thing that happened in real life.

Now here she was, in the hallway of the maternity ward’s sixth floor, looking forlorn and out of place, staring at the vending machine and the bag of Ruffles cheddar and sour cream potato chips that were dangling by just the smallest amount.

She considered her options.  She could shake it and hope that would get it out.  She had a hand on either side of the vending machine when she realized this could potentially be much worse.  Vending machines weren’t attached to the floor.  She could topple it over. It could land on her.  She could die.  So that was out.

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My lovely htgawbellarke has been having a bit of a crappy night so here’s some teacher!bellarke (as requested) to cheer her and everyone else out there up a little bit.

“Ah, there’s nothing like the smell of formaldehyde on a Saturday morning.”

Clarke rolled her eyes and looked up from the lab table to see him, leaning against the door frame, looking far too full of himself.

“What do you want?” she asked, exasperated.  “Because I am really not in the mood to get into a long-winded argument with you today.”

Bellamy Blake grinned and shrugged off the wall.  Clarke tried really hard to not look at how the fabric of his button-down gathered around his chest.  She failed.

“No?  That’s too bad.  I really do enjoy our little chats.”

Clarke sighed and leaned against the table.  “Well, if you want to go argue with someone I’m sure someone else in the humanities department who swallowed a fucking dictionary would be more than happy to talk to you.”

“Someone’s in a particularly angry mood today,” he commented, still grinning.

“Oh, and I wouldn’t imagine that has anything to do with you being in my classroom?  What the fuck are you doing here anyway?”

He shrugged.  “Am I not allowed to come say hi?”

“It’s Saturday,” she said dully.

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5 Inexpensive restaurants in Berlin on a Travelers Budget 

Berlin is known for being one of the least expensive cities in Europe. Making it one of Europe’s largest travelers attraction as one can sleep, eat, and party for cheap. During my month in Berlin I was able to try a couple of great places that were all under 15 euros, which is pretty awesome compared to Paris or London. As I am quite the foodie, and love to try almost any delicacy, I gathered 5 delicious restaurants for a travelers budget (in some of Berlin’s coolest neighborhoods). 

  1. Döner: Cheapest and most delicious bite you can get in Neukölln.
    Price: 2 euros. 
    Location: Corner of Hermannstraße and Warthestraße.
  2. Burgermeister: Burger lovers, be prepared to eat your heart out.
    Price: under 10 euros.
    Location: Oberbaumstraße 8
  3. Green Rice: Perfect midday lunch break in Kreuzburg.
    Price: under 10 euros.
    Location: Adalbertstraße 11 
  4. Santa Maria: Mexican lovers get your tastebuds ready!
    Price: 5 - 15 euros.
    Location: Oranienstraße 170
  5. Cocolo Ramen: If you like ramen, this will be your new home.
    Price: 10 - 15 euros.
    Locations: Paul-Lincke-Ufer 39, and Gipsstraße 3

Enjoy these delicious bites at a fraction of the rest of European prices and have fun exploring what I think is one of the most exciting cities right now.

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