nai begs

“Darling, when I hung from the Bifrost,” Loki hesitated, searching your tear soaked eyes, “I let go.” He admitted finally. Another heavy pause followed before he continued, “to see you like this, so close to letting go, pains my heart to its deepest corners. And I plead, nay beg, darling, love, hold on. My arms are here to catch you, my hands to hold you, and with every fiber of my being, I am there for you. Never let go darling, I love you too much and would be lost without you. For as much as I believe you cling to me, so I seek you for shelter. Simply put, I love you.”

Dog Days

Hey guys! I’m distracting myself from stressing about wedding planning so how about some fluff? Well, more crack, but oh well. Everything I write ends up crack-y. 

Prompt from: @supremeuppityone :Caroline is training their new puppy with treats and Klaus’ canine side inadvertently is affected and he twitches/jolts to his feet whenever she brings out the dog treats?

“Come​ ​on​ ​Buddy-”​ ​Klaus’​ ​lip​ ​curled​ ​at​ ​the​ ​mention​ ​of​ ​the​ ​golden​ ​retriever​ ​as​ ​he​ ​walked​ ​into​ ​the foyer​ ​of​ ​the​ ​mansion,​ ​Caroline’s​ ​voice​ ​trickling​ ​in​ ​from​ ​the​ ​living​ ​room-​ ​“All​ ​you​ ​have​ ​to​ ​do​ ​is​ ​sit.” 

 He​ ​noted​ ​the​ ​frustration​ ​in​ ​her​ ​voice​ ​and​ ​was​ ​unable​ ​to​ ​hide​ ​a​ ​triumphant​ ​grin​ ​from​ ​spreading across​ ​his​ ​face​ ​as​ ​he​ ​walked​ ​in​ .​ ​He​ ​absolutely​ ​detested​ ​the​ ​little​ ​yellow​ ​creature that​ ​Caroline​ ​had​ ​begged,​ ​nay​ ​coerced,​ ​him​ ​into​ ​getting​ ​a​ ​few​ ​weeks​ ​earlier.​ ​She’d​ ​been​ ​hinting around​ ​it​ ​for​ ​a​ ​few​ ​months,​ ​him​ ​shooting​ ​her​ ​down​ ​with​ ​a​ ​flat​ ​no​ ​every​ ​time.​

 It​ ​wasn’t​ ​until​ ​she trapped​ ​him​ ​one​ ​morning​ ​after​ ​a​ ​mind-blowing​ ​orgasm​ ​where​ ​the​ ​sun​ ​had​ ​hit​ ​her​ ​smile​ ​so brilliantly,​ ​streaming ​in​ ​from​ ​their​ ​bedroom​ ​window,​ ​where​ ​she​ ​asked​ ​him​ ​for​ ​a​ ​favor​ ​and​ ​he​ ​said yes​ ​before​ ​even​ ​asking​ ​what​ ​it​ ​was. 

Needless​ ​to​ ​say,​ ​he​ ​was​ ​​not​​ ​happy​ ​that​ ​afternoon​ ​when​ ​they​ ​went​ ​to​ ​the​ ​animal​ ​shelter​ ​later​ ​that day​ ​and​ ​he​ ​signed​ ​the​ ​adoption​ ​papers​ ​as​ ​Caroline​ ​fawned​ ​over​ ​the​ ​mutt.  

She​ ​named​ ​him​ ​Buddy​ ​on​ ​the​ ​way​ ​home​ ​(“Uh,​ ​hello?​ ​Haven’t​ ​you​ ​ever​ ​seen​ ​Air​ ​Bud?”),​ ​and​ ​her attention​ ​​remained​ ​on​ ​the​ ​blasted​ ​animal​ ​since​ ​then.   

“I’m​ ​home,”​ ​he​ ​called,​ ​his​ ​eyes​ ​instantly​ ​finding​ ​Caroline​ ​sitting ​by​ ​the​ ​fireplace,​ ​Buddy standing​ ​in​ ​front​ ​of​ ​her,​ ​his​ ​red​ ​tongue​ ​out​ ​and​ ​tail​ ​wagging​ ​happily.  

“Hey!”​ ​she​ ​called​ ​back,​ ​looking​ ​quickly​ ​over​ ​her​ ​shoulder.​ ​“I’m​ ​trying​ ​to​ ​teach​ ​Buddy​ ​how​ ​to​ ​sit.”  

Klaus​ ​rolled​ ​his​ ​eyes,​ ​glaring​ ​at​ ​the​ ​dog.​ ​The​ ​puppy​ ​stared​ ​back​ ​at​ ​him,​ ​his​ ​tail​ ​going​ ​limp​ ​and​ ​a deep​ ​growl​ ​starting​ ​to​ ​reverberate​ ​from​ ​his​ ​chest.​ ​Klaus​ ​bared​ ​his​ ​teeth​ ​lightly​ ​at​ ​him​ ​before crossing​ ​his​ ​arms​ ​over​ ​his​ ​chest​ ​as​ ​he​ ​moved​ ​further​ ​into​ ​the​ ​room.  

“Why​ ​does​ ​he​ ​do​ ​that​ ​every​ ​time​ ​he​ ​sees​ ​you?”​ ​Caroline​ ​groaned.​ ​“He’s​ ​our​ ​dog.​ ​He’s supposed​ ​to​ ​love​ ​us.”  

“He’s​ ​not​ ​the​ ​alpha ​in​ ​the​ ​house​ though, love,”​ ​Klaus​ ​said​ ​cheekily,​ ​playfully​ ​flashing​ ​his yellow​ ​eyes​ ​at​ ​her.  

That caused Buddy to bark and Klaus glared back at the dog. Buddy growled again but turned his attention back to Caroline. She rolled her eyes and pet the dog’s head. 

“Literally dealing with two alpha male egos in one house and I think yours is the worst,” Caroline teased, shooting him a playful glare. 

Klaus just grinned. 

Caroline reached into a bag next to her legs and pulled out a treat, dangling it in front of Buddy. 

“Sit.” 

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30 Day OTP Challenge Day 12 - Making Out

Title: Song For You
Pairing: GarekixNai
Synopsis: Gareki’s voice causes Nai to feel something he’s never felt before. It’s a strong feeling and he’s desperate to get it satisfied. 
Author’s Note: This story is SFW so no worries. XD (Though I’m sure I’ll do NSFW in the future haha) I loved writing this story so I hope others find it enjoyable. (Also this is not a songfic. I don’t do songfics XD) 

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This episode begs, nay, demands the most epic “Stefan the Bamon Fanboy” installment ever.

You know Grams and Alaric were plotting this with Enzo and Stefan. Getting Bonnie situated, making sure Elena and Damon seperated, getting everyone crossing over at the right times… this was all a conspiracy to get their OTP into their own private dimension.

Now get to work! I can’t gif efficiently on a mac! 

Seriously- it’s my favorite Bamily-related fanart. 

Feminist Disney Princesses

Okay I’ve been wanting to make this post for a while because Tumblr’s hatred for Frozen has been getting to me lately. So sit down and strap in because I want to discuss feminism in narrative vs feminism in character!

FIRST thing I want to say, nay, I beg to be allowed to say, is that HOLY CRAP PEOPLE WE ARE ALLOWED TO HAVE MORE THAN JUST ONE FEMINIST FILM, YES? Can we PLEASE all agree that just because someone might like Frozen and find Elsa’s story empowering and relatable DOES NOT MEAN THEY DIDNT ALSO REALLY ENJOY TIANA? My gosh. Okay. Im going to talk about what I consider to be the top Feminist Disney Princess Movies, but you can find female empowerment in almost ALL of Disneys films although in a lot of the earlier ones it was buried in a lot of cultural misogyny as well. But most of Disneys ladies are pretty damn strong individuals in their own right which is why I realy love Disney movies ahmahgash okay.

Mulan (1998)


Mulan is, hands down, my favourite Disney movie. And I really don’t think anything will be knocking it out of that spot any time soon. As a kid I gravitated to it because I already LOVED action shows but hadn’t really seen many GIRLS doing the fighting. I loved it.

Mulan is a very feminist narrative. It is about a young girl who goes to war despite not being legally allowed to do so, fights to save and protect her family and her country and ends up being totally badass while doing it, proving everyone wrong in the process. She defeats the Huns, she defeats the odds, and she spits in the face of sexism.
NOW, that is the NARRATIVE. Lets look at her character.

Mulan is actually herself not a very feminist character. Her story may have been about going to battle in a culture that didn’t allow women to do such things, but it was never ABOUT that for her. She is 100% on board with the cultures ideas, and she never considered wanting to fight in battle until she realised how sick her father was. This was about love. It was also about self discovery, but Ill get to that in a minute. She is 100% okay with her societies ideas about young women being married off by a matchmaker, and feels shame that she doesn’t fit into what would be a womanly ideal. She goes to war partly to protect her father, but also partly because she feels lost and wants to find some way to fit in, wants to find her place. Hers is a journey of discovering her own confidence. She failed at the matchmaker not because she wasn’t pretty enough or compliant enough. She failed because she was so nervous and self conscious that she messed everything up. Going to war built her confidence up. She carries herself differently at the end of the film, more in her own skin, and that had nothing to do with fighting for women’s rights to do things men can do, it had everything to do with the fact that she finally succeeded at something in her life.
While her character attitudes are not necessarily staunchly feminist, her story certainly is.

 The Princess and the Frog (2009)


This one is really interesting because you could consider it the exact opposite. There is nothing particularly feminist about the story itself. Narratively, its a pretty typical fairy tale story. Girl meets prince, prince is a jerk, they get turned into frogs by magic, have to work together to fix it and the prince grows along the way to become less of a jerk. Honestly if I could pick one reason people don’t talk about this movie a lot its because the story isn't really all that grabbing, and is fairly forgettable. You know what is not forgettable? Tiana herself.

Tiana is arguably one of the THE MOST FEMINIST Disney Princesses ever, for one very important reason: She dosnt. Need. To find. Herself.  
Every Disney character is looking for something, trying to figure something out about themselves. Its why theres always an “I Want” song at the beginning, we need to know what the character is hoping to get out of the journey. Belle “Wanted so much more than this provincial life”, Mulan wanted “her reflection to show who she was inside”, Ariel wants to be “Part of that world”. Its a core part of all of these characters.
You know what Tiana wants? TO OPEN HER OWN RESTERAUNT AND BE A SMALL BUSINESS OWNER. Tiana knows who she is and knows exactly what she wants and shes already working towards it. Tiana. Is. AWESOME.

Brave (2012)

I have a huge soft spot for Brave because Brave is so many different things. I think people felt Brave fell a little flat because it really wasn’t what we expected it to be but that’s okay and Ill talk about that in a second.

Brave’s main character Merida is as feminist as they come. She is a tomboy and she dosnt care who knows it. She rejects gender ideas in favor of what she enjoys and wont let anyone tell her different. I feel like everyone should be totally on board with Merida, we need more Merida love.
That said, Brave’s storyline has absolutely nothing to do with feminism, which is I think why people didn’t like it because the trailers really made it seem like it would.
Instead, Brave is about a mother/daughter relationship. Her feminist ways cause strife with her very traditionalist mother and through the course of magic and sorcery, both need to learn to relate to and understand one another a little better. I loved this movie because holy crap this was my relationship with my mom growing up. To a tee. I related to it so damn strongly. So Im okay with it not being the kickass Mulan storyline I had gone in hoping for.

Also, does anyone remember when the trailers for Brave came out and we had tons of people bitching about it? “Oh so a woman warrior saves the day… I remember this movie… it was called Mulan hyuk hyuk…”
Can I just say, once again, FEMINISM IS ALLOWED TO HAVE MORE THAN ONE MOVIE? We don’t have to have just one. This isn’t the Smurfs were only one character can represent us. We don’t have to fight about “Well THAT movie cant be Disneys Feminist movie because THIS movie is”

Frozen (2013)


Aaaaaaand Frozen. *sigh* Frozen. You get so much hate.
I get it. Its cool to hate on the things that gained massive popularity, especially if you yourself aren’t that into them so constantly seeing them everywhere gets annoying. I get it. But seriously? STOP IT.
There is a reason Frozen achieved massive popularity, and there is a reason people herald it as “Disneys Feminist Film”.

Frozen is not JUST about self discovery and acceptance, oh no. Frozen is much more specifically about self acceptance in the face of everyone else telling you that that thing about yourself is wrong and shameful. Mulan didn’t KNOW who she was, and had to go and find it. Tiana was only ever encouraged by those around her. Meridas mother found her tomboy nature annoying at best, but only because Merida refused to learn about the proper time and place for such things.

Elsa was told that who and what she was was shameful, and had to be hidden away since it could not be fully banished from her life, which would have been ideal. Does that sound familiar? Because it sure sounded familiar to THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE WHO WATCHED THIS MOVIE. This movie isn’t about discovering your identify, is about RECLAIMING it when people have forcibly taken it away from you. That is powerful shit. That is something no other Disney film has ever done before, and Elsas moment of self acceptance in “Let it Go” blew people away because it was a moment where she finally learned to say “fuck you” to everyone who had told her that she was disgusting because of who she was.

Now its not a perfect film, and I have loads of critisisms of it from a narrative standpoint (too many songs in the first half with none in the second, Kristoff was a useless character, ect) but my gosh can we please stop tearing it down like it WASNT hugely ground breaking? Like it didn’t mean a shit ton to lots of LGBTQ people who felt exactly like Elsa? Can we maybe stop shaming people for loving this movie? And, once again, in case you didn’t get it when I said it before, please remember that FEMINISM IS ALLOWED TO HAVE MORE THAN JUST ONE MOVIE.

Because I just can't handle it today--An Open Letter to Tom Hiddleston

Dear Sir,

Enough. I have had enough.  ENOUGH.

It is UNFAIR.  Unfair that you tease us like you do, with your hands, and your eye-fucks.  Your unrolled sleeves, your low voice register.  The color changing eyes, the screaming with the voice breaks.  The feeling-up of your own collarbone, those fucking curls, The Jaw Movement of Death.  How you wear your suits a smidgen on that side of too tight.  Your fuckdamn sunshine and roses attitude.

Do not get us wrong.  We love these things.  More than we probably should.

But here’s the deal.  You are, sir, giving us the female (and male in many cases) equivalent of blue balls with your “may i feel”s and your “when do we start”s, and your motherfucking fuck of the word “mock.” 

AND IT HURTS, SIR.

Any idea what that feels like?

So, sir, if you have ANY decency, any humanity, I am asking, nay, begging, for restitution in the form of a fuck, one per fangirl/boy.  It doesn’t even need to be long. I JUST NEED AN OUTLET FOR THE ENDLESS FRUSTRATION.  The entirety of Tumblr will form an orderly line behind me. 

It is my hope, sir, that with that one fuck, I will be able to get you the fuck out of my brain and return to my normal, productive life.  No worries—I have no diseases, and my husband is fine with this (provided you could hook him up with Jaimie Alexander?)

Please consider my offer, sir, and return your response as soon as possible.

It had better be in the affirmative.

Signed, sincerely,

limegreenandloki

That faithful day

I knelt before the tree,
this worn
weeping willow
bearing your name –

my eyes focused on
the triangular space
between its
giant,
ivy-covered branches,

glancing at
the brightest blue of heaven.

I was humbled.

There, from the deepest core
of my being, my voice
rumbled

… and I begged.

I begged, using all the fire;
all the passion
in my heart,
almost overcome
by the weight of my desire –

to have you.

                      To be allowed
                      to
                      make you happy.

I remember turning softer that day,
because I finally
understood
                      why people pray.

I understood this desperate need
for something greater,
the difference
between
a wish,
and begging someone to aid you.

Still, I have valid reasons
to remain a non-believer,
but
I’ll practice
more mildness
towards the people who do.

For I will never forget that day
I begged, nay, prayed 

for you.

- M.A. Tempels © 2016

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second years dealing with the body switch between first and third years

Umi looked at the other girl pleadingly. “Nozomi… I ask- nay, I beg that you stop violating Hanayo’s image like this.”

Hanayo smiled brightly, very much not stopping in her merciless groping of poor Maki’s chest. “Aw, it doesn’t mean anything, I’m just punishing her as usual~”

Nozomi coughed once and then left the room.

“I’d like to request that you stop violating me!” Nico snapped. “Gross, this is so weird! Get off of me! It’s bad enough I switched with Nico of all people-.”

"FIGHT ME.” Maki, after somehow managing to slip out of Hanayo’s hold, raised her fists.

“There, there, you guys…” Kotori waved her arms in an attempt to keep the peace.

Off to the side, Honoka frantically shook Rin’s shoulders. “Rin! Rin! Speak to me, Rin! Don’t go into the light… DON’T DO IT!”

“Honoka, for the last time, I’m not Rin.”

Honoka reared back and sobbed into her arm. “It’s no good. We’ve lost her.”

"I’m right here!” Eli meowed. She reached out dramatically. “Oh captain, my captain!”

“RIN!!" 

The two ran to each other in slow motion with romantic music playing in the distance.

Rin covered her face with a hand. “Why. Just… just why.”