oh-def.-would

Everyone has such beautiful headcanons or AUs for people like “I bet Akaashi plays the violin” and “Suga would totally be loving and gentle with children.”

But all my headcanons are along the lines of, “Hinata smells like straight up nasty sweat 24/7” and “Suga CANNOT handle children whatsoever,” and of course “Akaashi is a total glutton who eats with HORRIBLE etiquette.”

I just really enjoy making these boys more awkward than they already are I guess…

thinking about the Overwatch heroes and all their ridiculous skins…I was seriously giving some consideration to who, exactly, on team would actually go through the trouble to have a lineup of themed power armor/battle gear to run around in public in and the results may shock y’all. 

it’s everyone. every single person. in the line up. would totally go through the trouble to design/build/order different versions of the same gear for no reason other than aesthetics. they are all fashion trash babies. 

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Adults’ preconceptions like that… result in teenagers going down the wrong path.

                         @castouthomeless // starter call [x]

         “…Do you need help with that? It was no secret that, for a Hufflepuff,
Credence was remarkably withdrawn. He did not participate in the activities
in the Common Room and shrank away from any schoolwork that required
him to be social when it were possible. 

       But the way the older student struggled to hold his wand properly earned
sympathy from him; he was still regaining feeling in his hands after over a year
of having left the home of Mary Lou Barebone. The nerves in his palms and his
fingers were either numb or oversensitive; a terrible mixture that left his hands
shaking at most times. He had even taken to wearing gloves to hide the horrible
scars. Thankfully, wandless magic came naturally to him.

    It looked like…you were having some trouble.” Credence had lost the boldness
that had made him offer help in the first place, and now wondered if the offer would
be interpreted as rude rather than kind.