Imagine Loki gripping your hips tightly, almost tight enough to leave bruises but reminding you how completely he is there and cares for you. You stand on his armored shoes, cupping his face with both hands and kissing deeply, doing everything both of you can possibly do to be closer, anything to be more together.
It felt like we were just staring at each other for hours,
but it was probably only a few minutes. I couldn’t think of anything to say and
obviously neither could he. It was like we were in a weird trance or bubble –
just the two of us. I felt myself smiling and was about to thank him properly
this time for not letting me fall flat on my face and for getting me some
water, but our perfect bubble was broken by one of Adam’s industry exec friends
coming over to talk to him.
I felt like suddenly the world around me was very loud and
everything came back into focus. Adam was distracted and I made the decision
that I thought was best for me. I couldn’t let myself, in my slightly drunken stupor,
to get involved with him again. I told myself it was just the good memories- of
this place, of that first night, of us – clouding my brain. I stood up while
the two men were still talking and walked across the room, squeezing past
everyone else who was pretty drunk and enjoying the party, to get to the
Tune in to our show where my good friend, Will Heffernan and I are going to catch up after three years of not talking to each other! Will our friendship pick up where we last left off all those years ago, or will it be a totally awkward and cringey conversation, you can’t afford to miss this!!!
“People don’t understand the word ruthless. They think it means ‘mean.’ It’s not about being mean. It’s about seeing the bright, clear line that leads from A to B. The line that goes from motive to means. Beginning to end. It’s about seeing that bright, clear line and not caring about anything but the beautiful fact that you can see the solution. Not caring about anything else but the perfection of it.”
- Marco, Book #30: The Reunion, pg. 71 (by K.A. Applegate)
Victor and Yuuri are the kind of couple who’d plan to propose to each other on the exact same day and Yuuri pulls Victor to the side with a “Victor, there’s something I wanna ask you–” as he’s taking out the little velvet box and Victor just goes “oh no”. And Yuuri gets all insecure because does he not want to, is this rejection, is it too soon? And he gets all small and toys with the box in his hands, stumbling over his words to make it better because imsorryitsokaywedonthavetoifyourenotcomfortable but Victor stops him, grabbing him by the shoulders like “no, no, I mean—"and he takes out a ring from his coat pocket "I was going to slip this into your drink tonight at dinner” and then they both start crying and they’re touching foreheads as they put the rings on each other and I’m dying in the back because I love them