oh my christ on a bike

Changes

Oh my fucking GOD. I thought Lash dying was bad, but sweet Jesus Christ on a bike I was NOT prepared for the FEELS TRAIN that was the ending of Changes.

Damn it, Butcher. Why the FUCK would you do this to me? I knew it was coming, but not like this… Never like this. So many things are wrong with this, I can’t even summarise.

I’m almost scared to read Ghost Story…

a different kind of partnership

Summary: In which Will is a first-semester med student, Nico owns a restaurant (and a motorcycle), and they somehow manage to make it work.

(A small epilogue to Kitchen Nightmares for @bailci)

Will thought that the worst words in the English language were probably, “Hey, Solace, want to learn how to drive a motorcycle?”

Did Will want to learn how to drive a motorcycle?

No.

No, Will did not want to learn how to drive a motorcycle.

Will wanted to bury himself in blankets, marathon children’s TV shows on Netflix, and maybe kiss the smirk of Nico di Angelo’s stupid, pretty face.

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Something good can work

3304 words, college!au where min yoongi is that dude who fights with you over the only copy of that textbook the both of you found too expensive to buy

fluff/mild angst

w minor mentions of librarian namjoon, bff taehyung and over enthusiatic jimin

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You know you’re officially screwed when your stats lecturer tells the class he’s including 70% of the questions found in the textbook in your final term paper.

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LoT + swearing

… because if they weren’t on the CW these kids would be swearing a hell of a lot more.

  • Rip: Likes to pretend he’s a suave and mannerly captain who only swears under duress for emphasis (“Why in the hell did you think that was a good idea?” “You all need to learn to follow your damn orders!”) but in reality he’s a poorly contained mess of frustration and bad plans who’s ready to start flipping tables and dropping cluster f-bombs at a moment’s notice. (“What in the fucking hell is wrong with you all? WHY THE SHIT WOULD YOU DO THIS?”) Incidentally, that’s how the last crew Monopoly night ended. 
  • Sara: Swearing is frequent and casual; she greets friends with “hey, asshole” and just dropping a spoon is likely to elicit something like “oh, dicks”. Profanity is like punctuation if you catch Sara in the right mood. She drops it during missions though; the League doesn’t tolerate a lot of extra talking since it wastes breath, mental capacities, and precious seconds. 
  • Jax: Usually swears as an expression of surprise. What he lacks in frequency he more than makes up for in creativity: “Oh, sweet Christ on a bike.” “Well, fuck me sideways, that’s a dinosaur.” 
  • Stein: Pretentious old man who considers himself above using profanity; says cute dumb things like “Great Scott!” instead. Spends a lot of time literally inside Jax’s head though, so occasionally slips up and blurts out something like “Well, knock me down and shove a cactus up my ass.” Immediately becomes flustered and embarrassed upon doing this.
  • Leonard: Usually has the self-restraint not to get too sweary, but if pushed to a breaking point he will get weird. (Sara loves it.) 
    • Gideon: “Mr. Snart, Captain Hunter says you need to stop doing that.”
    • Snart, without cracking a smile: “Tell Captain Hunter he can eat my entire ass, Gideon.”
  • Kendra: Frequent sprinkling of “damn” and “hell” when called for, and not averse to stronger language, although her family doesn’t like it so she grew up not using it much.
  • Ray: Building off my preferred autistic Ray headcanon, swearing is a speech pattern that Ray made a deliberate effort to incorporate into his language when the other kids started doing it. He took a lot of notes from how people swore in movies, which is why he mostly busts it out at dramatic moments (”You bastard” @ Mick in Marooned and so on). It never really stops being a conscious effort, a little stilted, and he doesn’t get too creative with it. 
  • Mick: Doesn’t swear as much as you’d think. Keeps it understated, since literally everything about Mick makes the point for him, if that makes sense. Usually a deadpan “aw, hell” when things start going south will do it for Mick. And a whole lot of threats of ass kicking, of course.