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childhood best friends slash roommates who get immensely drunk one night and have sex and then just continue to keep doing it because that’s the only way they think they can have each other. spoiler: they’re both in love with each other and have been for years, but don’t wanna say shit about it because they’re afraid of losing each other. cue angst.

a plot where muse a and b hate each other. and by hate, i mean completely and utterly loathe one another. they turn on their heel and walk out of a room when they spot each other, they insult each other at every opportunity they get, and they’d rather sit on a spinning blade than spend time together doing anything but screaming at each other – unless they’re fucking. as much as they can’t stand one another, they drive each other crazy, good crazy, in bed. she comes out with bruises on her hips and hickies on her thighs while he’s got scratches trailing down his back and chest. they hate each other, but they love fucking, and their sex is full of pulling and scratching and biting and shut the fuck up and say my fucking name and the second they’re finished, one’s kicking the other out. this behavior continues for a while, both showing no signs of liking each other, even a little, until one day muse b fucks up and says the ‘l’ word in bed. he leaves immediately, and they avoid each other for days until muse a snaps and goes to his apartment and they fight and fight and fight until they’re fucking again, and afterwards they fight more and he’s shirtless and defensive and she’s in her bra and on the verge of tears because somehow, they ended up loving each other, and suddenly every day when they fight, the 'i hate you’s sound like 'i love you’s and the sex feels like making love and somehow they hate that even more, because hate is all they know how to feel.


I’ve been thinking about ???% a bit lately so now I just have this disconnected scenario/AU/headcanons where it’s this powerful spirit that befriended Mob as a child and subtly possessed him, like Dimple did with Ritsu, so Unkown could slowly hone Mob into the perfect vessel. Except the plan backfired b/c now Unkown really cares about this poor kid and knows it Fucked Up by accidently hurting Ritsu, so now it’s more of a guardian spirit/psychic backup generator for him.

I really like the idea of Unknown physically crawling out of Mob horror movie-style the first time it leaves his vessel since it’s been inside Mob for like, ten years, so now it’s almost a part of him (it’s still safe for it to leave tho, Mob just gets a little dizzy afterwards and the depossession gets less extreme over time). I imagine it’d be forced to come out during an event where Mob’s chance of dying is Very High and there’s no way in hell Mob’ll be persuaded/is physically capable of taking care of the problem himself. Obviously Ritsu and Teru are very nervous around it (and Mob was convinced it was just an imaginary friend he used to have), but ???% gives them space and tries to make it clear it was sorry for hurting them. No one really fully trusts it except Mob in the end.

???% can’t speak (at least not any human language), so it primarily writes things down and draws diagrams. When asked who/what it is, ???% just writes the word “protection” so Mob and Ritsu start referring to it as Hogo instead of “that thing” or “the spirit.”

anonymous asked:

Barba's secret is basically that he used to be an interesting character who did strange and out-of-the-line things to win cases, things people wouldn't necessarily have agreed with, maybe not even (gasp) the police officers he worked with. Thank God we did away with that this season, he's much more palatable as Liv's hanger on. (No, I'm not bitter... especially not about that cut Fin scene, either, totally not.)

Wait, what? You mean Barba wasn’t always 100% reliant on Olivia Benson? He didn’t always go along with the SVU cops? He was able to win cases, all on his own? Like, say, last season, when he handled that eidetic drunk guy in 41 Witnesses masterfully, and won the case, all on his own, while Liv watched proudly? You mean, at one point, Barba was willing to be sexually choked in court, to make a point? And he was even willing to think outside the box, and do something dark, as long as it led him to the light?

lol you must be joking :D

I still can’t believe they cut that Fin scene. And I can’t believe it was 15 seconds to begin with. No respect. smh

AU Plot Bunny: That One Time Deku Kidnapped Deku

Villain negotiation exercise. Due to some teacher lounge drama, some intel gets mixed up in the exercise Aizawa is arranging for his class. Deku’s put in charge of organizing it because the class goes “yeah, he’ll make something interesting”. But instead of calling older students like he was supposed to, he uses the intel that got slipped in to contact real villains …

Deku, organizing the whole thing, thinks it would be fun to play hostage: he can see how well his plans work, and it removes any outsider-influence he might have as the organizer of the negotiation exercise. So he tells the villains to kidnap someone matching his description. The villains are like … sure, whatever, they can make some money from this – thinking it’s real. The day comes, and everything goes as planned … while U.A. is freaking out because “oh shit he was kidnapped!”

Meanwhile Deku’s just chatting with the villains, thinking they’re the older students, while the villains are wondering why on earth this child is content with the kidnapping.

This could go any number of ways from here. Does Deku ever realize that the plan is a little too real? Do the other students figure it out? Do the villains believe Deku when he says he organized the kidnapping? Or does U.A. have to pay a hefty ransom to get him back because Deku’s kidnapping plan was too efficient?

give me a plot where muse a is a spitfire of a girl with a fiery temper and a winner’s mentality, who comes from a working class family and muse b is an obnoxious, arrogant upper class boy with a world of expectations upon his shoulders. both have been in fierce competition since they first met, both determined to be the top of the class, and both having to work together on the same co-ed sports team. final year of high school/college and muse a gets given the captaincy of the team, which muse b obviously despises but has to put up with for the sake of the team. over a break of sorts, muse a realises that muse b has strengths when it comes to the tactics/plays that they need to utilise in their games, so swallows her pride and asks for his help- they spend a lot of time together trying not to tear each others heads off (and realising the other isn’t so bad after all) before returning to school and returning to ignoring one another but for their snide comments in the classroom etc. cue them fighting and arguing during practices and everyone else on the team rolling their eyes and telling them to ‘get a room’ because lbr, the sexual tension is pretty much unbearable. the two of them are the only ones left on the pitch/field after one such practice, and they continue arguing heatedly until muse b surprises them both by kissing muse a in a way that’s too passionate to be a mistake. so ensues a period of avoidance and confusion and sexual tension that nobody knows what to do with.