every once in awhile it sinks in that there’s nobody who wants to hear about my day or regularly checks in and it kinda trips me out that it would take two or three days for someone to notice my absence
Erwin takes an extended holiday back to the seaside cottage where he grew up. [Mermaid AU Rated Mature/Explicit, Ao3] ~7k
Part I: Ripple
Erwin remembered tales fishwives had spun about riptides when he was little, but the insistent tugging, the tearing at his heavy clothing from all sides wasn’t at all what he had imagined. He wondered if this was what had happened to the swimmer.
when ppl send rude anonymous messages do you just… expect it to get answered like its 2012 n everyone will white knight the recipient. is that how u get ur attention or do u jack off to the thought of someone getting real caught up on a message that just says “kill yourself”
What if… sarcasm was a human invention? and no aliens have ever heard of a language where words mean the opposite of their definition? and like there’s a part of the alien guidebook for How To Handle The Irrational and Irresponsible Humans that warns that “one must pay careful attention to the tone of a human’s voice because sometimes they will say they are ‘FUCKING FINE, NEVER BEEN BETTER!’ when they are not, in fact, ‘fine’.”
Liminal Summer is a queer rom-com about life after graduation. Meg and Nick, two recent college grads, struggle to find love (and adult-worthy employment) while living in Meg’s parents’ basement. The plan? To help each other get together with their crushes before the summer comes to a close.
Unfortunately, real life’s a lot more complicated than it looked in Say Anything.
Liminal Summer is brought to you by Arsenic Martini Productions. It is an indie webseries, and will air Wednesdays and Saturdays starting on June 10th. Our current tags for this series are #liminal summer and #lsseries