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I’ll Make You Feel Better (M)

Originally posted by wonhobe

Word Count: 5,375

Warning(s): Smut, Wonho, swearing, Wonho, dirty talk, riding, Wonho, kinda rough?, a lot of biting, ice play(?), like one hard spank, did I say Wonho?

Summary: One of the worst things is having a forgetful boyfriend but another is being sick. You caught the cold, and now Wonho’s here to take care of you. He promised that he would make it up to you, but how will he make you feel better?

A/N: HI! So I’ve never written a fic before and I’m pretty sure I suck but it sort of bugs me that there aren’t that many fics out in the world for this deserving man. I hope everyone that loves him as much as I do enjoys this! (Sorry if too many kinks were added I JUST LOVE WONHO & I’D DO ANYTHING FOR/TO HIM I’M SORRY) I also wanna thank @jiminniemouse for proofreading all my dirty edit scenes & @yoonminnings, @chimsshi & @minsvga for all the support!! Love you Brianal + 24 inchessshshkls

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I Won’t Say It

Part One

Part two of Blood Brothers. Now focused more on the second of the two prompts. Word count: 1500 ish

“Could you do a little drabble where the reader and Reid were best friends when they were little, but the reader then moved. But later on in life, the team has a case and they have to call in a forensic science team and the reader is on the team? Then the reader and Reid go get a coffee after the case is solved and there’s a lot of fluff and bubbly excitement? Sorry if that’s hard to understand.”


“Could you do a reader x Reid where they work together and Reid very obviously has a crush on the reader and he’s asked her out on multiple occasions and she’s turned him down every time for whatever reason but then one day he asks her out again and she finally says yes and they go and have a cute little first date and they both have a great time and just general fluffiness?”

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Disney Developing Live-Action ‘Mulan’ (Exclusive)

“On the heels of the magical success of Disney’s live-action Cinderella, the studio is eyeing another live-action retelling: Mulan.

Disney bought a script by writing team Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek that centers on the Chinese legend of Hua Mulan, the female warrior who was the main character in Disney’s 1998 animated film.

Chris Bender and J.C. Spink (We’re the Millers) are producing the new project.

The 1998 film, directed by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook, followed a young woman who disguises herself as a man so she can take her father’s place in the army and go to war. With the help of her trusty dragon sidekick Mushu, she becomes a skilled warrior and, eventually, one of the country’s greatest heroines. It earned $304.3 million worldwide, earned Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations and resulted in a 2005 direct-to-DVD sequel, Mulan II.

Disney is also making a live-action retelling of Beauty and the Beast, starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens. Audra McDonald just joined the cast of the project, which will be directed by Bill Condon. It hits theaters on March 17, 2017. And in 2016 Disney will release a new version of The Jungle Book and the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. Finally, a live-action version of Dumbo, which will be helmed by Tim Burton, is also in the works.”

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anonymous asked:

You know I can get how someone can ignore all the fodder and no name characters Regina kills. We are conditioned to do that. But Regina raped and kills Graham and the fandom seems to have collectively decided to ignore this. Like how?

That is a very good question which I’ve been thinking about on and off a lot but haven’t had a chance to address. 

I remember listening to the commentary on my DVD of Mulan when I was little and they said something that stuck with me to this day. It was about the scene when they go to the battlefield where Shang’s dad’s army got destroyed and obviously tons of people died and then Mulan picks up a little doll. They said something to the effect of “Killing a village of people is just the background cost of war. The little girl who died makes it really tragic.” Heavily paraphrasing since I was maybe 12 when I saw this but that was the main point. Until you can put a face on the tragedy, it can be easy to distance yourself and minimize crimes but Graham’s death was big. It was an, “Anyone can die” death (which, in hindsight, is hilarious but moving on).

He was a main character. A named one. With flashbacks. And considerable screen time with the main character, not to mention serious potential to upgrade to romantic lead. And he dies and….nothing.

Why is that?

(Cut for length and possibly sensitive discussion)

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