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New Rapper Mulls Which Gang To Be Extorted By

Bompton OG C Me extols the benefits of a Blood gang platinum package, including a complimentary Draco

“Alright Cuz, like I said. We offer a combinissive package.”

“Do you mean comprehensive?”

“Yeah you know what I mean. Anyway, get up with me.”

Compton OG Lee-Locc daps up rapper Handspring Crank and leaves his rented condo.

It’s the Georgia native’s first trip to Los Angeles, which as a gangster rapper, means one thing: choosing which gang to be extorted by.

“I like what they had to say. They’re offering on demand security, a couple visits to the hood per month, and a photo op with Tookie’s nephew,” Crank says while peering through the thick pamphlet’s blue pages.

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Oh don’t worry darling... Looking is free.

Though a few people have already guessed this, I’m pleased to announce that I wrote Aurora James’ route in Gangsters in Love.

Get it, MC.

Anyway, on a more serious note, it was nerve-wracking to write another f/f route for Voltage. I worried near constantly and I’m sure I drove a few people crazy with it, but I really wanted to make sure Aurora’s route was as good as it could possibly be! 

I’m so excited and relieved to know you all enjoyed her so much, and it was such an honor and a pleasure to write Chance Valentine and Aurora James as the first and last routes to be released for season one! 

I know the overlap between “people who want to romance Chance” and “people who want to romance Aurora” might not be very large, but if you enjoyed Aurora at all I really recommend you also give Chance a chance! (No, I’ll never stop making that joke.) There are a lot of intentional parallels between the routes, and I really did view them as “bookends” for season one. 

Likewise if you loved Chance, you should definitely play Aurora’s route– she comes on strong, but she’s actually very sweet, sincere, and secretly, just a little nerdy. She’ll treat you right– you’re the best thing that’s ever happened to her.

As always, Thanks Voltage for this incredible opportunity!


Yeah, so, hmm, throwing this out here, it’s the beginning of an Andreil AU where Neil made the call to his uncle after his mom’s death, which means he never went to PSU. It means gangsters and all that, a bit of a dark take on the boys and all.


“And there’s all these cafés and bars just a few blocks down the street, you can get on the subway as well or take a train, it’s a great location,” Nicky chattered to a jet-lagged Andrew. “Erik and I fell in love with the place!” He motioned to the tiny room after he threw open the door. “Well, here it is, your new home!”

Andrew looked at the twin bed, the only thing which would fit into a space that one really should be calling a closet and not a guest room, then set down his suitcase. “Great, now get out.”

Nicky’s grin slipped. “All right, so it’s not much, but we were lucky to find the place, really.” He sighed when Andrew just continued to stare at him. “You know where the bathroom is, towel’s on the bed, we’ll try not to disturb you in the morning and help yourself to anything in the fridge.” He made as if to approach Andrew then thought better of it. “I’m… I’m glad you’re here, really.” He offered Andrew a nervous smile. “Things will work out, you’ll see.” Then he finally got the damn hint and left.

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  • [offscreen, Tim yells in pain from a gunshot wound]
  • Jason Todd: Jesus, Tim, man up. I’ve been shot… holy shit, 26 times? Can’t be good for me. I mean, in gangster movies, they’re always like “He got a bad case of lead poisoning, see!” But think about it, every bullet’s got to leave at least a teeny bit of residual lead in your body, right? Shit. By the time I’m 60, I bet I’ll be mad as a goddamn hatter.

My favorite thing about Hannibal, besides the cannibal puns, of course, is that it frames wealth and culture and taste in a way that cedes the moral high ground to me as I watch it in a shack of an apartment, wearing ratty PJs and eating a tuna melt.





Peter van Gellis may be trapped in a terrible movie practicing a profession that he may not be quite suited for temperamentally, but say what you will about his beard*– he more than proves Real Life Future Peter’s future point:

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“Whatever we lose, we won’t lose our regal spirit*.  Proud of you all.”
Bai Yawen’s instagram

(*This phrase (氣勢) is impossible to translate lol.  It means something like grand / majestic manner, but not in a negative way.  It would be used to describe someone with a strong spirit, a certain dignity about their presence, an ability to induce respect or reverence in others.  You could, for example, use to it to describe Aliya Mustafina.  It’s a word that’s kind of like “swag”, but meaning royalty instead of gangster.  lol @16-233 help)


In a sport where it’s become depressingly common to see coaches and gymnasts blaming others when things don’t go their way, the way the Chinese WAG coaches and gymnasts have reacted (or maybe not reacted) to the blatant unfairness of the qualification results is a breath of fresh air.  I could be wrong, but I haven’t seen anyone, coach or gymnast, saying anything negative about the situation, or accusing any other teams of cheating (cough), or even outright complaining about the judges.  We fans may be losing it, but they’ve been the picture of sportsmanship.   

You’ve shown your quality, little flowers - the very highest, in gymnastics and in character.  We’re all proud of you.

mr-leach answered: oh man congrats!! also…maybe gangster AU lude with Jude tending to a beat up Ludger? :3

Thank you! I’m not sure what you mean by gangster AU (are you referring to my AU where Ludger busts gangs or just a gangster AU in general?), either way, I don’t know what a gangster AU would look like which is why Ludger isn’t wearing much and I put Jude in a hoodie.


I’m so glad we transition from layers and layers of subtle character work straight into Fai failing to use chopsticks. 



When Soseki rewrites this scene later it’s going to be the perfect backdrop for Angry!Ninja and Excited!Foreigner to finally kick it off in a domestic setting. Because if he’s not writing this scene in his head as he goes you are lying to yourself. 

Things to appreciate immediately: 

  • Soseki’s face at having his romance novel inspiration bonanza interrupted like that. 
  • Fai’s nonplussed face as he drops the food all over again. 
  • Kurogane’s face as he watches Fai disgrace the name of chopsticks. 

Of course plot things happen and ruin the faux-romance for everyone, but at least the two dads finally have a hint at where their children are.