so. who broke the coffee machine? i'm not mad, i just wanna know.
i did. i broke it.
no. no you didn't. suhyun?
don't look at me. look at chanhyuk.
what?! i didn't break it.
oh that's weird. how'd you even know it was broken?
because it's sitting right in front of us and it's broken.
no it's not!
if it matters, probably not, but junhoe was the last one to use it.
liar! i don't even drink that crap!
oh really? then what were you doing by the coffee cart earlier?
i use the wooden stirrers to push back my cuticles. everyone knows that, jinhwan!
okay, let's not fight. i broke it. let me pay for it.
no! who broke it?!
sajangnim...bobby has been awfully quiet.
*everyone starts arguing*
i broke it. i burned my hand so i punched it. i predict 10 minutes from now they'll be at each other's throats with warpaint on their faces and a pig head on a stick. good. it was getting a little too chummy around here.
I got to meet Krist Novoselic (bass player from Nirvana) before the concert in Rainier last night of his new band, Giants in the Trees. I knew he was tall but had no idea how tall he was!! He was very nice and signed my Nevermind CD.
A/N: Inspired by a request for bullet points, here’s the first installment of my newest series! part 1 has no smut (i know, SHOCKING), but part 2 should fulfill all ur smutty needs. i’d like to thank @permanentguitar and @saysweartogod for their brainstorming help!!
‘All this time i’ve been waiting for nothing, i’ve been waiting for something to change, i’ve been waiting for you’
Hey! Can I request a scenario where you’re in your last year of uni
doing literature and lose your motivation, and it’s not till you meet a
talented musician you get your ambition back? I’m yoongi biased so if
it’s him that’d be fab! Thankyou!! 💞
You cupped your hands over your face, your index fingers rubbing back and forth along the bridge of your nose. Your eyes stung from staring at the white light of your laptop screen and your skull was throbbing with how much thought you were putting into your essay. A quick glance to the clock at the bottom right of the screen had a grown falling from your lips; 4;27 a.m., in two hours, you’d have to be getting ready for class. Dropping your hands to the desk with a thud, you glared at the still mostly blank word document, the cursor blinking at you as if taunting you that you hadn’t made it move in the last hour and a half or so.
This was your last essay before your thesis; you were so close to getting your Master’s that you could feel it barely brushing against your fingertips. But the last few months had been overbearing to say the least; your parent’s had announced that they would be getting a divorce just weeks after the semester started, you got fired from your longtime, paid internship because you were being accused of stealing office supplies–which you weren’t, by the way–and then your boyfriend informed you over Christmas break that he’d been seeing someone else and that your three year relationship was now over. So your studies weren’t really on the forefront of your mind, to say the very least.
You sucked in a long breath, and let it out in a huff through your nose. You did still have a week before you had to hand this in, so all hope was not lost. Things just really weren’t looking good for you at the moment. Your fingers tapped a rhythm out against your space bar, your touch too light to press the key down and make that forsaken blinking cursor nudge over and stop silently mocking you. The sound of your scoff shattered the silence of your apartment, almost making you jump. You needed some kind of distraction, and at this hour, pickings were slim.
Your lips pursed in thought, your fingers slowly walking along your desk, tracing the side of your phone before picking it up. A quick swipe with the pad of your thumb had your home screen greeting you, the brightness doing nothing beneficial for your already sore–and most likely reddened–eyes. You tapped the name of the one person who you had no doubt would be awake at this ungodly hour:
“Some people are trying to sleep, you know, Y/N.” Namjoon’s deep voice fluttered into your ear, not sounding the least bit groggy.
“Were you one of those people?” You ask, your hoarse voice giving away how obviously sleep-deprived you were.
A pause. “No, but I could have been.” You chuckled on your end, the laugh only lasted mere seconds. “What’s up?”
“I’m unmotivated trash and I’m going to flunk and not get my Master’s degree and I’ll end up having to sell my kidney to make rent money.” Your head fell back against your chair, your upper body slouching slightly.
Namjoon snorted into your ear. “You could go into acting with all that drama spilling from your mouth.”
“Shut up.” You grumble, one foot planted on the ground to pivot you back and forth in your chair. “You’re getting the highest marks in class, you don’t get to have an opinion.”
“So, you called because?” He tried to sound fed up, but there was a lilt of humour in his voice that gave him away.
“Because I’m sad, and I need my Joonie to cheer me up.” You whined, a subconscious pout pulling out your bottom lip despite the fact that he couldn’t see you.
“You’re sad, are you?” You hummed an affirmation. “Well… I have a show tomorrow night, why don’t you come along? Could be fun. Watch me looking great and being extremely talented on a grimy collection of wooden skids covered in a sheet, also known as the stage.”
You couldn’t help but laugh at the ridiculous depiction, but a part of you was really intrigued by the idea. Namjoon shared his love of literature with you, of course. After all, you two were getting the same degrees. But he had another side of him; he was an underground rapper and although he shared some of his lyrics with you from time to time and told you about his shows on occasion, you’d never been invited to see him in action.
I don’t know if this has been done yet, but I’ve been
thinking in a Yuri on Ice/Avatar The Last Airbender AU and so far these are my ideas:
Just like in the anime, he’s very shy and unsure of himself. He’s an airbender,
the first bender born in his family in over a century. He doesn’t feel
comfortable being an airbender because everyone tells him that he should become
a monk and only live a spiritual life. Because in his hometown there aren’t any
airbenders, he doesn’t learn to bend properly; instead he just trains basic
defense moves with Minako (nonbender, chi blocker). Later he meets Celestino (a
nonbender rebel nomad monk) and Phichit (another air-bender) and even when he
tried to train with them, he felt like he was just trying to please everyone instead of just bending for the pleasure of it
or for the connection with his element. He meets Viktor by accident and is very
impressed by the perfection of Viktor’s bending. When Viktor tells him that he’s
going to train him, at first Yuuri doesn’t believe him and thinks that Viktor
is just making fun of him because how could a prodigy waterbender teach him to
airbend? But what he learns is to be confident and to love his element as well
as the people around him. That alone gives him the control of the air and even
a little glimpse of the Spirit World. He meets Yuri when the younger bender
goes to his house in search of Viktor. He likes Yuri, but he’s afraid of him…
until he gets to know his softer side.
Nikiforov: A waterbender prodigy, but not a fighter. He has the potential but
he prefers to perform ice skating mixed with some form of mist-bending and ice
sculpting to create dream-like scenarios. When he meets Yuuri he’s so excited
because he never met an airbender before and wants to know everything about his
bending type… until he discovers that Yuuri has very little knowledge of his
own bending… And Viktor takes as his personal quest to train Yuuri. How? He
doesn’t know. Maybe he can use some of the lessons his old master Yakov taught
him. He’s very patient with Yuuri, trying to show him that his bending is a
gift rather than a mistake. He wants to give Yuuri an engagement necklace, but
he knows airbenders aren’t supposed to be attached to mundane items. So instead
he gives him a coral mala (or prayer beads necklace).
Viktor’s cute sea-otter-dog… or a goat dog… or something like that.
Another waterbender prodigy, but unlike Viktor, he’s very enthusiastic about
fighting (pro-bending or something like that). He relies almost only in a very aggressive
type of icebending, and he uses some moves and kicks from firebending (he
learned from Lilia, who’s a firebender master. She also taught him the basic
moves to deflect a lightening, but of course he’s never tried). He has problems
trying to control water in liquid form because that needs him to be in total
control of his emotions… and of course he is not. Viktor promised him to teach
him waterbending but then Yuuri happened. At first he was jealous but while
training with him and Viktor he learns to deal better with his emotions and
feelings. He hasn’t told anybody but one time he accidentally bloodbent. His grandfather
was having a heart attack and he tried to use waterbending to heal him, instead
he stopped his heart for several seconds before making it beat again. His grandfather
healed after that and hasn’t had another attack since then, but Yuri was so
scared he has never tried to bloodbend again.
Altin: Born in a little town that used to be a colony under siege by the Fire
Nation. He discovered he was an earthbender just after his 17th
birthday, that’s why he’s still learning. He trains hard and even when he’s not
really naturally talented, it’s his hard work that makes him an excellent
bender in just a couple of years. He’s physically stronger than average and
that helps him controlling large amounts of rocks, also he’s an adept in
listening and waiting before making a move. Even with his strength and ability,
he doesn’t like to fight, he prefers using his newfound bending working with
blacksmiths and fixing satomobiles (?). He’s trying to learn metalbending but
as this day he hasn’t been able to do it. Has a pet Komodo rhino that rides
often. Yuri is an inspiration for him, because even when he has been a talented
bender since he was a child, he still trains hard every day to improve his
skills and does not rely only in his innate ability. Otabek carved a jade stone
and gave it to him in a “friendship” necklace. He has the vague idea that Water
Tribe people make and give necklaces as tokens of friendship or as good luck
charms. Yuri won’t tell him its real meaning even when he likes the idea of
being engaged to Otabek. Viktor is the one to tell the truth to Otabek… And he
doesn’t mind. He makes another necklace for Yuri, this time a real engagement
necklace. Yuri uses both.
Chulanont: He’s a carefree airbender who travels the world with Celestino as
his trainer and teacher. His goal is to form a group of players and performers
and that’s why he admires Viktor’s theatrical and dramatic dances on ice. Has
several southern Water Tribe white hamsters as pets. After training for some time with Yuuri and
Celestino, they part ways and while visiting the Earth Kingdom he gets lost near
the Si Wong Desert. Then he meets this handsome and mysterious sandbender who
helps him to get to the nearest town. He doesn’t leave his side after that even
when at first the sandbender doesn’t look very comfortable around him. He tries
to convince the sandbender to join his group (What group?) and the sandbender
hasn’t accepted yet. But hasn’t refused either.
Lee: A sandbender of the Si Wong desert. Serious and quiet; he loves the desert
because it’s a lonely place. One day, while hunting buzzard wasps he finds a
lost airbender and walks him to the town. It’s weird because this boy is the
complete opposite of him, not only in his element but in his personality.
However, he doesn’t find the boy’s constant talk annoying and actually
considers the idea of joining his future group of players.
Ji: He’s a nonbender, the only son of a famous weapon seller and swordsman in
the Earth Kingdom. He had to learn to use swords and daggers, and actually he’s
very skilled with a jian. He only trains because is a family tradition, but his
dream is to become a player and perform in Ember Island theatre. Otabek has
worked with his father and Guang Hong admires him because seems like he really
enjoys what he does.
Leo de la
Iglesia: He’s the eldest son of a Fire sage, and a firebender who doesn’t like
fire. That’s because when he was practicing some time ago he accidentally burned
his little sister in the leg. She isn’t afraid of him or the fire, but he still
blames himself and tries to avoid bending at all. He’s expected to become a
Fire sage, but all he wants is to be a musician. He meets Guang Ho when he went
to his father’s armory to get a ritual dagger. Since then they spend a lot of time talking
about joining the Ember Island players.
the main ones. The other headcanons I have are:
Babicheva: Firebender who trained with Yuri under Lilia’s guidance.
Crispino and Sara Crispino: From the Earth Kingdom. He’s an earthbender, she’s
Nekola: Artistic (?) metalbender
Nonbender. He’s the only one who actually works at the Ember Island theatre. Very
dramatic actor. Has lots of fans.
JJ LeRoy: Waterbender.
Comes from a family of well known Pro-Bending fighers. That’s why he’s so
arrogant and he’s always challenging Yuri to fight with him.
Giacometti: Firebender HOT DAMN. Too hot to handle. He turns every single pool
and bath into a sauna. Poledance with fireworks and sparks. Yeah.
Minami. Firebender chicken nugget. He’s from the same town as Yuuri and also
finds him interesting just because he’s an airbender.
I was kinda hard for some character, since is easy to imagine them all as water/ice benders… duh…
It seems 2 (two) human beings might be interested in a recommendation fic list. SO HERE IT IS Things to have in mind: .It was supposed to be short but I ended up mentioning 97 fics, sorry .I used 10 categories (highschool, college, modern setting, Kingdom / Fantasy Au / Magic, Miscellaneous Aus, Post-series, canon, reunion, Life Swap and Gender Bend) . Links in bold are fics that are definitely a must. You MUST read them because of how good they are, I tried to highlight 2 or 3 in each category and rating, so you can go to those first .The rating of the fic is next to the name for easy choosing.
Plus some small commentary I added on my favs. .Have in mind that some of this are not finished and a pretty large amount might be abandoned, but read them anyway because they are still great .There’s a little list at the end with my favorite authors, I would recommend everyone to read ALL of their work, but some of those works might be in other categories. . Feel free to reblog with your own contributions!! I definitely need more awesome fics to read :3
It’s 1957 when Belle, a clothing designer and passionate dog lover, meets Adam, a struggling musician and equal dog enthusiast. One could say that their meeting was orchestrated by fate itself - or by a rambunctious black labrador named Lumière who took off running in the park, tugging Adam along after him, and effectively tangled both his flustered owner and Belle up in his leash.
At first, the two don’t get along. Belle blames Adam for making her drop her treasured copy of Romeo and Juliet in the pond, and Adam’s remark of, “the only real tragedy is that you were reading it to begin with,” doesn’t go over very well. But, as it would turn out, Lumière and Belle’s golden lab, Plumette, get along swimmingly. Dislike each other as they may, both Belle and Adam agree that it would be unfair to keep the dogs apart.
With time, during several puppy playdates, the two grow closer. Belle learns that Adam plays piano and writes his own songs, and she’s surprised to find that they’re beautiful. Adam learns about Belle’s dream of breaking into London’s fashion industry, and of her struggle to break free from her current position as an assistant to a rather nasty boss. Not surprisingly, her designs are stunning.
Eventually, the ‘puppy playdates’ morph into late nights of reading side-by-side in Adam’s parlor, sleepy kisses shared long after midnight, and a marriage that neither of them could ever have seen coming when they first met. But they’re happy - blissfully, giddily happy.