Virgil sat outside Mr William’s office, glaring at Andrew who was waiting opposite him. After separating them, the teacher on the playground had sent them to the nurse and then demanded to know what had happened. After multiple lies from Andrew, and many attempted truths from Virgil, the teacher had decided that they were the two main culprits and had sent them to the principal’s office.
At that moment, Mr William was calling their parents, and that thought terrified Virgil. What was going to happen to him? He knew it was Logan they would have to call (as Patton had finally returned to work and was currently in the midst of a very important surgery on a beloved family dog) and Virgil wasn’t sure if that was better or worse.
Summary: Y/N has telekinetic powers, not that she has told Tony anything about them. At night, she sneaks off, constantly searching for criminals to fight. Since she met Spider-Man, they’ve become close even without knowing each other’s identity. When Tony introduces her to the latest Avenger, things get interesting.
Hell hath no fury like a father who just found out that his daughter has been shot. When that father is Tony Stark, hell better be ready for a shit storm like never before. The second those words left his mouth the conference room erupted. Peter shot up from his seat, following after Tony, who ignored everyone’s questions, as he left the room.
“Mr. Stark! What did they say? Is Y/N okay?” Peter hurried into the elevator with Tony, receiving no response as Tony flipped through the building’s security footage.
Peter glanced over Tony’s shoulder in time to see you slip out of the building and disappear from the camera’s sight, “Where did she go?” Tony asked to no one in particular, shoving his phone back into his pocket. The elevator doors opened to the garage, Tony hurried to one of the cars with Peter still on his tail.
“Sir, can I come along?”
Tony paid him no mind as he slipped into the driver’s seat.
“Please.” Looking back at him, Tony raised a brow at the panic he saw in Peter’s eyes.
Peter had barely gotten himself into the seat before Tony threw the car into gear, speeding out of the garage and down the street. Tony glanced at Peter before scolding him, “Put your seat belt on!”
When I was a teenager – it was a long time ago – um… I slept with my brother. I’m sorry. God, I’m sorry to have to tell you this. Oh, it’s horrible. I’m sorry. He’s Dylan’s father. Norma, you were young. It was a mistake. Mistake? It was not a mistake. It was a way of life. It happened for years. I loved him. Our home life was a torture, and we were all we had. I finally tried to stop it, and he got really upset and he raped me. You know how horrible it is to be raped by someone you love? And I hate him. I hate him. I hate him. But I don’t hate him enough to hurt him. And it’s a mess because I don’t know if part of why I hate Caleb so much is because I hate myself. So now you know who you’re married to. And I should have told you before, but I’ve never loved anyone enough to feel obligated to be honest with them. And… it sucks. It sucks because I can’t hide. And I want to, but I can’t. And Chick found out. He met Caleb when he was up at the farm working with Dylan. He just figured it out. And he has issues with my brother, and he was trying to find him, and he hold me that if I didn’t help him that he would tell you all of this, that he would spread it around town, and that he would humiliate you. So – I don’t know. Just go pack your bag.
Imagine being a betrothe to Theon greyjoy and marrying him after escaping King’s Landing.
((Sorrry I didn’t really know how to write this one))
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It had been on instinct. A quick thought of action that had
you racing into Lord Stark’s study and grabbing Ice from off the table, and another quick thought of action that
had you racing down to the chambers above the kitchens to Arya Stark.
The two of you just barely made it out of King’s Landing.
The city watch was everywhere, all looking for you and Arya but mostly just the
youngest Stark daughter. They had Sansa, you heard, the Queen had gotten to her
before the attack on Lord Stark and his House guard even began. You had to make
for Riverrun. It was where Lady Catelyn’s family was, and it was the only place
you knew Arya would be safe. You would never make it all the way North, you had
no other choice but to take her to her Mother’s house As the daughter to Lord
Rickard Karstark and a companion to the Stark daughters since their birth, you
knew it was your duty to get her to safety.
I believe that he has put Ziva in a drawer. The difficult part for him is that he said, “Come with me” and she said, “I can’t do that.” He was rebuffed, he was rejected, and the sting of that has been there for him all season. I don’t know how other people, including the viewers, see it, but that’s just how I processed it. And it was bittersweet because as Sting would say, “If you love someone, set them free.” Maybe Sting didn’t coin that, but he certainly put it to music. Tony had to let her go to follow her dream and her passion — and that didn’t include him. That’s a bitter pill to swallow, but he knows that she’s following her dream. And that couldn’t make him happier, right?