jacksons speech tonight really goes to show you that these boys see everything that is said online. the fact that he knows igot7s get shit about being got7 stans hurts my soul. cause that means he sees all these fl*p7 comments and even after that he’s more concerned about our feelings like what even?? i have never and will never be embarrassed of got7. like idc what anyone says my boys slay point. blank. period.
pairing: hamilton x reader, i guess techincally seabury x reader also but that doesn’t really count
summary: Reader is Samuel Seabury’s childhood sweetheart but as she grows older and begins to resent that he doesn’t seem to have a backbone. Her family and Samuel’s family are both loyalists, but she starts writing to Alexander Hamilton and then Oh Boy Do Things Get Spicy.
warnings: idk there’s smut and maybe like? two curse words
word count: 5,080
A/N: this is my first hamilton fic and my first fic set in hamiltime so please take it easy on me i wrote this all it one day and i’m nervous to post it THANKS
heard the front door shut and you quickly stuffed the papers you were reading
under your mattress, careful not to crease them. Around here it seemed that
these papers were your only source of sanity. Your father was a devout
loyalist, and so was the family of your longtime friend and recent courter
you were younger, Samuel had been your first and your best friend. You spent
hours on end playing in the garden of the Seabury estate, Samuel plucking you
flowers and you pushing Samuel into adventures he never seemed entirely sure
of. He was always a cautious child, afraid of everything. As children, you had
been able to convince him to do things that scared him. Back then, he looked at
you as an equal. Your father says it’s because he didn’t know any better.
The next album has been previewed. Starlight Master 10 Jet to the Future will have the song from the event of the same name by Rock the Beat. The album will also have a new song by Anastasia and the updated version of “Flip Flop”. The album comes out on Apr. 19.
Jet to the Future - Rock the Beat (Riina Tada and Natsuki Kimura)
Takusan! (Plenty!) - Anastasia
Flip Flop - Akane Hino, Aiko Takamori, Shizuku Oikawa, Tamami Wakiyama, and Karin Domyoji
Send me a number and I’ll sing (part of) a song that fits the ask!
1. An Underrated Musical - I’ll sing a song from a musical I think is underrated. 2. An Overrated Musical - I’ll pick a song from a musical I think is overrated. 3. A Happy Musical - I’ll sing a song from a musical that makes me happy. 4. A Sad Musical - I’ll pick a song from a musical that is hella sad. 5. A Musical Flop - I’ll pick a song from a musical that flopped. 6. A Long-Running Musical - I’ll pick a song from a musical on this list. 7. Favorite Composer or Lyricist - I’ll pick a song by my favorite composer/lyricist! 8. Off-Broadway Show - I’ll pick a song from a show that started off-broadway. 9. Love > Hate - I’ll pick a song from a musical I USED to love, but now hate. 10. Hate > Hate - I’ll pick a song from a musical I have always hated. Go ahead, torture me. 11. Guilty Pleasure - I’ll pick a musical theater song that is my guilty pleasure. 12. Leading Player - I’ll pick a song sung by the Lead in a musical. 13. Featured Player - I’ll pick a song sung by a Featured role in a musical. 14. Ensemble - I’ll pick a group song from a musical. 15. Disappointment - I’ll pick a song from a musical I thought would be awesome, but disappointed me. 16. From a Movie - I’ll pick a song from a musical movie. 17. Adaptation - I’ll pick a song from a musical that was adapted from a book, movie, or anything else. 18. Robbed! - I’ll pick a song from a musical I think was robbed of a Tony. 19. It Changed Me - I’ll pick a song from a musical that had a profound impact on my life. 20. Last I Listened To - I’ll sing whichever musical song I last listened to. 21. Starring… Me! - I’ll sing a song from a musical I’ve been IN. 22. Dream Role - I’ll sing a song from a dream role of mine. 23. Genderbend - I’ll sing a song originally done by the opposite sex. 24. Best… Book - I’ll sing a song from the musical I think has the best book. 25. Best… Choreography - I’ll sing a song from the musical I think has the best choreography. 26. Best… Set - I’ll sing a song from the musical I think has the best set design. 27. Best… Costumes - I’ll sing a song from the musical I think has the best costumes. 28. Best… Revival - I’ll sing a song from the musical I think has had the best revival. 29. Best… Musical - I’ll sing a song from MY favorite musical of all time. 30. Asker’s Choice - I’ll sing a song from a musical you choose.
“What about ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious?’”
Simon groaned from his spot on the grass. “Isn’t that from The Sound of Music?”
“I don’t think Normals really say that one too often.”
“Are you sure?” Penny pushed her glasses up on her nose, completely serious.
“Yeah, Pen. Nobody says it unless they’re putting on the musical.”
Penny groaned and flopped down next to Simon. “What about…”
“Can we just go get some more scones?”
“No, Simon. I need to figure out my spell. You should be working too.”
“I can’t even master a simple Stay Put, Pen, how do you expect me to create one?”
“You’ll figure something out. How about ‘I’ll be there for you?’”
“Again, I don’t think anyone says that.”
Penny groaned. “Don’t you know anything about what Normals say?”
“Nope. Let’s go get some scones and tea.” Simon pushed himself up and looped his arm through Penny’s.
She sighed, but followed him. Simon devoured seven more scones before Penny decided to go back to Cloisters. Simon walked her there and then braved his own dorm. Baz was there. Of course. The git was at his desk, studying.
“Get rekt, scrub,” Baz whispered. A glass shattered itself, and Baz groaned. Somehow, Simon hadn’t been noticed yet. “Crowley, that’s ridiculous. Couldn’t the Normals choose anything better to say?” He flipped a page. “What’s a ‘ship?’” Simon slammed the door to alert Baz to his presence. He jumped. “Snow.”
“Baz.” Simon skirted Baz’s side of the room and plopped down on his own bed.
“Netflix and Chill?”
Snow started. “Baz?”
“Um, what did you just say?”
“I said ‘yeah, snow.’”
“N-no, I mean before that.”
“Netflix and Chill?” Baz said it without magick.
“Yeah.” Simon was practically sliding towards Baz.
“Why?” Baz’s eyebrows furrowed and his high forehead crinkled.
“I don’t know.” Simon gripped the arm of Baz’s chair and turned him around.
“What are you doing, Snow?” Baz’s heart raced, but he only glared at the approaching boy.
“I don’t know.” Snow echoed. He planted an arm on either side of Baz, trapping him.
“Snow…” Baz warned.
“Baz…” Simon didn’t know what was happening. Maybe it was that damneded spell Baz had cast.
Baz opened his mouth but was interrupted by Simon’s mouth. Simon’s eyes were closed, long lashes centimeters away from Baz’s own. His lips were chapped, but still warm and somewhat soft. Simon melted against Baz, falling in his lap. Baz moaned, wrapping an arm around Simon.
They kissed for a long time, but no Netflixing occurred. They pulled apart once, at dinnertime, but after seeing the color of their lips, opted for a magicked up meal in their room. That same time, they shifted onto Baz’s bed, where Simon’s shirt was lost. Baz subsequently lost his.
It was late before Baz forced Simon away to feed. He came back, where Simon was still reclining on Baz’s bed.
“It wasn’t the spell that did it?”
“The spell. Netflix and Chill. That wasn’t what made you come over and kiss me?”
“Oh, it was. It wasn’t the thing that kept me kissing you, though.”
Simon grabbed Baz’s collar and yanked his face down. “Well, I guess I’ve figured out my eighth year spell.”