ooh that got a little creepy

Break or Punishment?

Originally posted by baebsaes

Genre: Smut

By: Admin Podo


Words: 1,372

A/N: In the fandom I know it’s popular for Namjoon to be very dom, but I think it would be possible for him to be one of those subs that is tough looking but not extremely dom at all. So, I wrote a whole sub!Rapmon fic for this! But in my own experience, you can’t judge anyone by their appearance. That’s also why I made the (dom) reader wear pink. I hope you guys like it!

The rain was pouring down hard that night as you brought your hard-working boyfriend Namjoon some green tea. After stretching, yawning, and pushing his hair back he took the tea from you. “Thanks babe.” He sleepily smiled at you.

You put down your tea and carefully sat on his lap and snuggled your head on his shoulder. “Y/N, I still have work to do…”

“It’s past midnight,” you began stroking, or more like poking his face, with one finger, getting in the way of his tea drinking. Ceasing the poking after poking his dimple, “Namjoon don’t you think you should take a break?”

The tea fogged up his glasses and he blinked sleepily behind the lens. You giggled at him.

“What?” he wrinkled his nose at you.

“You’re just so cute.” You suddenly grabbed his face and quickly kissed his lips then went back to leaning on his shoulder. He pretended like that didn’t happen because he was still thinking about work but as he continued slowly drinking his tea you noticed his arm tightening around you.

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Gotham EP on Darkness, Light, Ra's al Ghul & Barbara Kean's Evolution
Danny Cannon discusses the arrival of R'as al Ghul to Gotham, the evolution of the Riddler and how Jerome was cast.

“Gotham” executive producer and frequent director Danny Cannon isn’t just the person responsible for the visual look of the stylized pre-superhero series. As one of the show’s’ regular writers, he also has a strong hand in the series’

With “Gotham” returning Monday, April 24 to close out its third season, Cannon joined a small group of press to reveal some of the secrets of the remaining episodes – and to hold tightly onto a few bombshells to be dropped along the way.

On the evolution and endgame of the current season:

Danny Cannon: At the beginning, we had two agendas. We had Bruce Wayne really needing to confront his parents’ death, and where that leads him, and the rabbit hole we went down in the Court of Owls, which plays out completely at the end of the season – and then turns into something else.

Then the other one was Ed Nygma, finally. Right from the pilot to this point, we’ve been adding to him. He’s been evolving gradually, whether it’s wardrobe, hair, makeup, glasses, props — but more than anything, what Cory was really good at doing was body language. You find this man’s confidence, do you know what I mean? And his confidence to say, like so many villains in the DC [Comics] canon, “I shall not be ignored. I shall be brave enough to be more than human.”

I think that’s what the theme of the season was. It was like metamorphosis. Bruce Wayne is metamorphosing into an adult now, and so is Ed Nygma… it’s just Ed Nygma is more psychotic and violent.

On the reveals that Ra’s al Ghul is coming to Gotham:

It’s a shame. We wanted Ra’s to be really a big surprise, because it’s a great intro, but these things get out. But the idea of like, how does the journey with the Court of Owls end? With ancient mysticism. They are such a political party, a Machiavellian, Borgia kind of world, that we wanted to go more mystic, and go back centuries and talk about history and stuff like that – which is the next evolution of our villain; which Ra’s is really good for that.

So that’s where that comes in, and that — really, the end of the season is about, just when you thought you found the bottom of the rabbit hole, just when you know what’s in the shadows, comes guys who live in the shadows.

On possible plans for more Jerome:

Jerome – oh, I don’t know! He didn’t die, though, did he? I just can’t get enough of Cameron [Monaghan].

What happened was, I did an episode — I wanted to do a comedy, except people thought they didn’t think I was funny. But John Wells did, and I said, “I like ‘Shameless.’” He said, do an episode of “Shameless.” I did an episode of “Shameless.” I love that show, and I love that cast — it’s the only episode of something I’ve done where I’ve haven’t written it or done the pilot. I met Cameron on that. I walked in and somebody said that they liked this idea of this character from a circus. I was like, “Dude, I know the guy. I know the guy!”

That’s happened twice on the show for me. Anthony [Carrigan], who plays Victor Zsasz, was the other guy. “I’ve got the guy. We’ve got him.” That’s a nice feeling.

On the rumored evolution of Barbara Kean – possibly into Harley Quinn:

I can’t. I can’t. All I can tell you is, the great thing, the joy of working with Erin is the range. The reason we changed her character, [is] because we knew what she could do. We’re like, “We can’t keep you in one place. You’ve got to keep evolving.” So she’s going to evolve again. That’s all I can tell you.

On walking a tonal line between the dark and macabre and the intentionally humorous:

We all feel like we’re on that line. When you read the scripts, you all feel like you’re on the same page. You all feel like you’re doing that. It’s just a tiny, little shove. When you’re dealing with a world that you want to be real, but it’s an alternative reality, it’s lost in time, any little shove that way or that way takes you – it’s really hard to tread that.

It’s very hard to get writers who completely get that world, directors who get that world, and to get day players who can come in and play the scene with these guys who have really embraced the world as well. Just sometimes, if you have a dark scene with a director who’s dark, and a dark line, in a dark work, just one little tip that way, sometimes in the cutting room we’ve gone, ooh, whoa. It’s weird. It’s like playing in a band, and somebody just plays a riff along with you, they’re playing exactly the same chords, but he plays it like Twiggy in Manson’s band.

I wrote that Mad Hatter episode. It was good to go down that path for a little while, because when you think about what this guy does for a living, it’s creepy as hell. But at the same time, that was definitely in the cutting room going, “Ooh….”

So hence you’ve got, later on, you’ve got him using rhyme a lot more, and being in a different balance. It’s not like a movie where you can spend six months in the cutting room, or six months writing, or two years writing. We write these things, and it’s barely dry, and people are saying it on set. Then the writer walks by the cutting room, and they’re saying his words in a scene, and it’s been cut, and two weeks later it’s on the air. So walking that thin line of what is “Gotham,” it only takes one little shove one way or the other and the tone shifts.

songofkeys  asked:

OOH OOH REQUESTS can you draw Frisk keeping Chara in line somehow? Or Asriel and Chara goofing around (maybe with Chara's "creepy face").

If Frisk remembers previous resets I’d like to think that in at least one they remembered a something, got a little modicum of control back and trolled Chara good by convincing them to try throwing the knife once


I don’t know if this is the sort of thing you were looking for and I apologize if it’s not but it’s just what popped into my head?!! SO YEAH

Mabel Pines sentence starters - part eight
  • Okay, so I was just opening random doors - because I’m a creep - when I found something amazing! 
  • I am the god of destruction!
  • We just need to think of a way out of here.
  • Alright, here’s the plan. I’ll take out those two guard guys, you karate chop the other dude in the neck and then we’ll backflip through the front door!
  • Someone yelled “Wormy Dance.” We had to!
  • There has to be some explanation.
  • Are we dreaming? Somebody wake me up.
  • I wanna believe you, but…
  • Is this the part where one of us faints?
  • Quick question: what the heck is going on here?!
  • Well, it looks like we’re stuck down here for a while.
  • I know what you two little broken teacups need: to hug it out!
  • I liked the way things were here before.
  • Can you promise me you won’t get stupid?
  • I just ate a bag of Cheese Boodles without using my hands. Lazy Tuesday, you are delivering in a big way!
  • Can we keep it?
  • Hey-hey, look at you! Someone’s all dressed up.
  • Man! That was fun for ages eight to eighty!
  • Does anyone see this? This is what a hero looks like right here.
  • Wow, a colorful piece of paper!
  • People are like smell markers, and you’re black licorice. It’s not that you’re un-sniffable, you just need to learn when to keep the cap on.
  • Oh-oh-oh! I’m a dancing dude! I got some fancy moves and a bad attitude!
  • Watch me eat this pine cone!
  • You’ll never get away with this, you creepy little dork!
  • Hey, I knit you something.
  • Well, I know what we’re doing today.
  • Ooh, mysterious scrolls and potions!
  • Is there an owl in this bag?
  • I am literally obsessed with unicorns! My first word was “unicorn”, I once made my own unicorn by taping a traffic cone to a horse’s head.
  • I’m probably the most pure of heart person in this room.
  • Stop! This is the magic part of the forest.
  • I used to be one of the sweetest people I knew, but recently I’ve been slacking in the whole goodness department.
  • Please, tell me what I’m doing wrong!
  • Today I learned that morality is relative.

Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four | Part Five | Part Six | Part Seven | Part Eight

anonymous asked:

I think it's all about attraction, and if done right it's safe and fun. I'm 22 and I got my partner into it. He was hesitant at first but we both enjoy it in a safe and loving manner. Please get over your savior complex.

Look, let me clarify

I’m not talking about your run of the mill “ooh yeah spank me daddy” shit

I’m not talking about “I’ve been a bad girl teach me a lesson” bdsm play

I’m talking about the “a good daddy always takes care of his little” creepy behaviour

I’m talking about the “daddys” that buy their “littles” coloring books and children’s toys

I’m talking about the “I gotta ask daddy permission before I do x” kind of shit

I’m talking about the exact behaviour that mimics how pedophiles “groom” the children they abuse