When Dan and Phil’s secret notebook consisting of only the words “I love You” gets filled, they evaluate and reminisce over the times they’ve scribbled into an old tattered notebook. But instead of replacing it, they decide with a compromise and even a new phrase to tell each other.
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A/N: Inspiration came from this ask and from the need of @cafephan, so shout out to Kirsten as she hasn’t been having the best of times it seems. Hope this cheers her up just a bit. (also it’s super fluffy and kinda shit but who cares here we go)
They had said it many times before. Although the first technical time was over Skype hundreds of miles away from each other, it seemed like a safety blanket to say over a screen than to their actual face. But Phil’s new place in Manchester wasn’t feeling like home, so Dan invited himself over when he was finally living close enough in Uni halls. Playing Donkey Kong and Tomb Raider until the late hours of the night. Dan was so entranced by the screen of the gameplay that he was able to finally feel like himself in the comfort of Phil. Phil had tapped out on playing, but he still enjoyed watching him. Even just being in the same room as him was enough to calm the unsettling nerves of living alone. “I love you” he whispered, making Dan stutter something and regain focus towards Phil.
nygma and copplebot can't be gay!! that's the worst that happened to batman franchise!!!
me thinking about batcard, batnipples, the entirety of the dark knight rises plot, batman using guns attached to his vehicles, lack of robins in post '08 batmans, white people portraying members of al ghul family:
IS IT?? IT IS????
Following from that Bob's Burgers post, have you ever watched Archer and if so, what's your opinion on it. In an odd sense, I find it like one of those comfort shows, something that's good to watch every now and then and you feel like of relaxed when watching it, which is strange considering I like maybe 3-4 of the main characters and the rest I wish would just die in a horrible Scott Tennerman's parents-style way
I enjoy Archer quite a bit, but it’s not in my lineup of shows that I tune into regularly, haha. Like, I’ve been around people who put it on as background noise while they work, or for stay-in date nights, and I’ve always found it pretty funny. The writing is sharp and the delivery is really funny. And I like the characters just fine, but I don’t care about them an awful lot. Which isn’t a bad thing, not every show sets out to make you care about characters or whatever and I still enjoy plenty of shows like that. I’m just not super compelled to keep up with it. I guess I’m kind of in the same boat with you… it’s nice to watch every so often! I enjoy it when I do.