oversized dresses

i want to leave my current life behind for a quaint little cabin in the middle of woods where i plant my own vegetable garden and skip rocks on a pond nearby, waking up at crack of dawn to chase down a purple sky and wearing woolly oversized sweaters and frilly dresses and anything else that will last forever and ever and waking up at midnight just to howl at the moon and when the sun begins to set, i sit in a rocking chair on the porch knitting more baggy sweaters and socks for the upcoming autumn and the fireflies will keep me company til sleepiness washes over

Pit-A-Pat (Part 1)

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fuckboy!jungkook // high school au

Pairing: Jungkook X Reader

Genre: Smuttish, Romance

Word Count: 3.1K

Description: It all started when Jeon Jungkook moved into the house next door during the first year of high school. His popularity was given as his looks are extraordinary, and not to mention his outstanding grades. Everyone thinks of Jungkook as the perfect person with his good looks, perfect grades, and rich parents. However, Y/N thinks apart from that.

A/N: This wasn’t supposed to be a series but oops. 


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SugarDaddy!Cal Pt. 5

A/N: I was gonna update yesterday, but yanno school is stressful yet a top priority. I don’t have much to say, but I'm glad you all like the last part and I’m thankful for all of the nice feedback in my dms. (You get to learn a small ounce about my childhood you guys lmao) I hope you guys enjoy part 5 and remember as always I need 100 notes to release part 6💕

I coulda ended it better too, sorry bout that. It’s past two in the morning on a school night and I ran out of ideas…

**WARNING**: Slight smut, not much though

One/ Two/ Three/ Four/Five/Six/Seven/Eight/
Sixteen/ Seventeen/ Eighteen/ Nineteen/Twenty{END}

“Y/N…” Calum grumbled, flipping onto his side to see you better and rubbing his eyes tiredly.


“Do you think fish go to heaven?”

You couldn’t help but to snort as the sleepy boy asked the question. You were currently in his bed and watching Law&Order SVU on Netflix as he struggled to stay awake. He had called you over an hour or two ago because he was bored out of his mind and now it was just a little past two in the morning. You were hesitant at coming over at first, not wanting to be seen by his roommate, but he convinced you his friend was heavily sleeping since it was so late at night. You also gave into coming over because you hadn’t seen him in almost a week and missed his scent and cheeky smile.


“I’m pretty sure they do, Calum, why?”

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A/N: This was by far, the hardest for me to write. And not for having difficulty writing, but because of how stunned it left ME. This is not suitable for all kinds of readers. So, if you say you’re uncomfortable, please keep away. Please drop by the ask box to let me know how you felt about it. Also, if necessary, reblog with your opinion. This is something I worked somewhat hard to write, so I really want opinions :))))
- Admin Ayu ♥

Characters: Yuta, OC, Jaehyun.
Genre: Romance, Angst, Slight Smut, Cussing.
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***Please don’t read it if you’re sensitive to the concept of abuse and violence***

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Fallout 4's missed opportunity to explain everything about vaults:

MIT’s role in the creation of vault experiments

I am here to propose an idea. Obviously, this can’t exactly be considered canon, since Fallout 4, as stated in the title, did not go in this direction with its lore, yet the game gives us the perfect opportunity to explain all the sinister stuff that has been going on in vaults all over America.

“What was it all for?” is a question anyone who has played any Fallout game must have asked themselves at some point. As I am writing this, people are posting their vault ideas for this year’s Fallout Week. But hey. What was it all for? Why did they do it? The way vaults are presented in the game, it seems like Vault-tec. just consisted of a group of psychopaths with too much free time on their hands. But. Consider this:

  • Vault-tec. is just a cover
  • vaults were part of the Enclave’s plan to create the perfect human being
  • the residents of the vaults were never meant to survive
  • the MIT formed the scientific core of the organization and continued to work on the plan after the Great War, which eventually led to the creation of synths and the goal to “redefine humanity”

Before Fallout 4 came out, I was reading up lore, trying to piece together some information. I stumbled upon an article about Vault 0 – the vault that is supposed to harbor the brightest minds and the most influential politicians of pre-war America. Vault 0 was built as a command center, it was designed to connect all the vaults together and when the right time came, it was supposed to activate the Exodus Protocol that would help to reunite the vaults. Vault 0 was run by a supercomputer. The brains of the residents were put into cryogenic stasis and linked to the supercomputer. When I read it, I thought that Bethesda took the idea from Fallout Tactics and developed it further in their own game. I mean, the parallels are a bit staggering. Cryogenic stasis, artificial intelligence, the brightest minds of the Old World – those are all details that were used to create Fallout 4’s world.

We know that the Overseers were collecting data. We also know that they were sending it… somewhere? We have never been told where this data went, we have no idea who the Overseers communicated with. The obvious answer is – with Vault-tec. But let’s be real – What is Vault-tec. even?

How was it created? Who is working for it? There are supposed to be researchers working for it, but Vault-tec. isn’t an institute, and it’s a young organization, so they must have employed researchers from well-known universities. We know that the Enclave was behind the creation of the vaults – but even they must have had a plan when they built them.

One thing about the Enclave: they were obsessed with the idea of making the perfect human being. This is why the FEV virus was created. Officially, it was the work of West Tek, but this company was a private contractor of the U.S. government that was also responsible for the creation of the power armor, as well as laser and plasma weapons. The FEV virus was supposed to turn normal humans into superhumans, who would be stronger, faster, unaffected by diseases and radiation. This, obviously, didn’t exactly turn out well, but it exemplifies the Enclave’s goals quite well.

Now, don’t you find it suspicious that the Institute’s motto is “Humanity, redefined”?

The Institute is so obsessed with creating the perfect synthetic being. They spent two centuries working on this project, pouring almost all their resources into it. WHY? Why were they so obsessed with it? They researched this with an almost religious dedication. Even after decades and centuries of failed experimenting, they were unable to give up, to change directions. No, they stubbornly held onto this idea. Why was it so important to them?

As I mentioned earlier, Vault-tec. needed researchers to build the vaults and plan the experiments. Enclave researchers worked for Vault-tec., you could say – but the Enclave was a shadow government, and not a scientific facility. They as well had to find researchers to work for them. They had plans, visions and ideas, but they needed educated people to make these ideas come to life. They most probably looked for people all over America, and given the state of people’s minds at the end of the Old World, there were probably more than enough who were more than happy to create vault experiments like the ones we see in the games.

Now, where do we have a lot of bright scientists? The MIT.

The Institute wanted to recreate a human being. To do that, you need a good idea of how humans work – both body and mind. And this is what explains the social and biological experiments in the vaults. This explains the need for data collection. The vault experiments put human subject in extreme situations to strain the body and the mind, so that the researchers could a) learn how exactly humans work and b) advance the artificial humans.

The residents of the vaults were never meant to survive. The researchers just wanted to see how far the human body and mind can be pushed.

The collected data were likely used in the research on the synthetic humans.

This is why the vaults are the way they are.

We also have to consider how exactly the whole system worked. We have the Enclave, West Tek, Vault-tec. and the MIT, as well researchers from other institutes (most probably). ALL of them are part of this. The Enclave is behind everything, but the one who we constantly think and talk about when we discuss vaults is Vault-tec. Because Vault-tec. is just a cover, a farce, an empty name – something that has been created to hide the truth behind layers and layers of lies. Researchers from the MIT are the actual Vault-tec. but this cannot be known, and their plans must be hidden from the public – hence, this fake organization and its mascot. Researchers from the MIT, again, are working for the Enclave, who is working with West Tek. This cannot be known either. In fact, the most important thing is probably to hide the involvement of the Enclave and of West Tek. West Tek is such a shady organization, I think I may even lack the ability to describe just how shady I find it. West Tek played a huge role in creating the Fallout universe as we know it, and yet we know virtually nothing about them. NOTHING. They worked on the FEV virus, called themselves “private contractors” even though they are most obviously just part of the shadow government, doing whatever the Enclave deems right. They were there every step of the way while the world got closer and closer to total nuclear annihilation. And yet they remained unseen. What do we see instead? The flashy, funny, noisy Vault-tec.

It is a complex system where one thing covers the other thing, and where this other thing is, again, covered by something else.

It’s best described by this image.

The Enclave is the one pulling the strings, controlling the situation. It must be protected from the public backlash, if someone ever found out what they were planning. The stick of the umbrella is West Tek. Having some fabric over your head is nice but without something holding it it’s useless. MIT and other researchers are part of the core that holds the umbrella, and they also need protection from the storm, which is also why they are under the umbrella. Finally, Vault-tec. is what draws the attention towards itself and away from the other players.

The Institute, were Bethesda to write it with this in mind, should be an analogue of Fallout Tactics’ Vault 0. It makes sense to assume that the MIT was turned into a Vault after the bombs dropped, or that they prepared for the nuclear war and built a vault (they were doing it all over America, for heaven’s sake) for themselves – and for all the other people mentioned above. For the Enclave politicians. For the West Tek researchers. For everyone who participated in this grand plan.

Think about it. First of all, the Institute, as is, already resembles a typical vault in many aspects. They have a Director (instead of an Overseer), a dress code, food supplements, no democracy whatsoever, you cannot choose whatever job you like, you cannot leave, you have to be obedient… the list goes on. Additionally, this theory finally explains why the Institute has FEV samples. If the MIT was working with the Enclave and West Tek, who created the FEV strain, it makes absolute sense for them to have it.

If all these people ended up living in one vault, it also explains why the Institute was so obsessed with one single idea for several centuries.

It also makes sence to establish such a base in close proximity to the capital, as opposed to the original Vault 0 that is located in Colorado. Washingto D.C. wasn’t a good place to stay in in case of a nuclear war, since it’s a capital, but you can evacuate relatively fast to Boston if you have vertibirds.

Take it as you will. For me, this is the biggest missed opportunity of the whole Fallout franchize. Fallout 4 had the chance to explain everything. And it didn’t.

Still, I believe that the things I talked about - the scheme - are true. It’s just that we will never see it implemented in a game.

@red-king-4 here is your answer!

Also, this post is accompanying this art I have made for the Fallout Week!

okay I’m just gonna say something real quick…. can you just idk stop bringing Louis into your messes??? because he is literally just doing his thing, he isn’t bothering anyone, he is just out there dressing with oversized clothes, being soft and sitting on roofs with red tracksuits. so please, let him be… just for once.

I spent a lot of time yesterday thinking about how to write this...it’s not going to be concise and might not make sense, but here goes

I’m 23, but even though I haven’t been Andi’s age in 10 years, I remember going through the exact situation she did with the dress code and realizing her friendship with Jonah was toxic.

Every Disney show I watched as a kid, I could relate to some things, and then others just made me really angry, like there always has to be the dumb character and then the lazy character or even implying there is a queer storyline is crazy, unless it’s to make fun of being queer.

Then Andi Mack came along.

In this episode the principal said Andi’s leggings were distracting, now, it’s Disney, so they didn’t go any further than that, but we all know what he meant. He saw her leggings as distracting boys from doing their work. And even though it’s Disney and they didn’t actually SAY the words, the point was made. 

The other amazing thing about the dress code in and of itself was that it also didn’t allow baggy clothes. Girls are CONSTANTLY told show your figure but don’t be a whore. By saying both leggings AND oversized sweatshirts are against dress code, they got this point across too. 

Now, let’s move onto the principal. When he said that students like Andi are the reason he became an educator it made me realize, he supported the cause. It was the school board that didn’t. This happens a lot. The principal is the eyes and ears of the school for the district, his views really don’t matter, he’s just following orders. With just that simple line, Disney brought up the problem with public schools.

Jonah, Jonah, Jonah. I don’t think I have EVER seen a situation where the boy is being abused, and Jonah is, badly, and I wouldn’t be surprised if this wasn’t on Disney channel if she abused him physically too. If Jonah was an adult, he’d be a sub in a dom/sub relationship, I mean, he kind of is now. There has to be SO much trust for that to work, and there is none with him and Amber. She not only controls what he does, but what he thinks too and how he thinks. I don’t know if Jonah knows his favorite food or what his favorite TV show is. And that’s so fucking scary, but it’s also so realistic, and to have it be a boy going through this? To show that boys can be abused too? You go, Disney!

Asher plays the role SO well. For a 15-year-old to pull of dejected and depressed and confused. Be able to pretend to be happy with all those things in the back of his mind. That’s acting. He could go really far. 

I am so beyond proud of Andi for sticking up for herself to Jonah like that, cause honestly, I’ve been in that situation, but I’ve never let the friendship go. If I had her as a role model growing up, maybe I would have. Seeing a toxic friendship is one of the hardest things in the world, and accepting that it’s toxic is even harder. 

So that’s basically my long-winded rant on this week’s Andi Mack. I am so beyond proud of this show. I do believe it will make the next generation better people. 

anonymous asked:

What are some gay clothes besides plaid

lesbians love hats- beanies, baseball caps, all that jazz. doc martens or just black boots, bomber jackets- preferably oversized, henleys, mens dress shirts paired with jeans, and slightly sheer tank tops. lesbians take pride in thrifting and antiquing for their consumer goods. also a sick tattoo sleeve is very much an accessory.

like crazy pt. 1

Pairing: reader x Jimin

Genre: fluff, angst, smut

Word Count: 6.3k

A/N: This story is based off the film by the same name. If you haven’t seen it, I would highly suggest not reading any spoilers. I don’t know how true to the film this story will be, but it is highly influenced by it.

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You shifted the weight of your groceries on your shoulders. You knew you should have brought your bike. You always got carried away when you came to the Saturday market. But you couldn’t help yourself. The stalls were filled with so many colorful foods that you had to buy them all. Even though you had no one else to cook for, you didn’t mind.

You weaved through the crowd, careful to not bump into anyone. You didn’t want your tomatoes to end up on the ground. Going to the market was your own little tradition. It was the one day a week that you made time for yourself. . Cooking was the one thing that made you feel at home, even from thousands of miles away.

You were waiting to cross the street when you could feel someone hurriedly rushing towards you. Before you could move out of the way someone was slamming into you. Your new groceries tossed across the sidewalk. “I am so sorry!” you heard a soft voice say behind you as you bent down and tried to salvage the rest of your tomatoes.

“It’s fine” you sighed, chasing down an onion that had started to roll away from you.

“Let me help you, after all it is my fault” you turned to look at the owner of the voice. The ruiner of your vegetables. Your eyes widened as your face took in his features. Even though his face mask was covering most of it, you were able to recognize him anywhere.

“Jimin?” you asked nervously. He was one of the most handsome men you had ever seen. In class you would day dream, chewing on you pen and thinking about what it would be like to kiss him. But you never had the nerve to speak to him. Only when he was handing back exams or taking attendance.

Your former TA pulled down his mask and flashed you a smile. The crinkles on his eyes made your heart skip a beat. “I’m really sorry about that Y/N. I guess I should never text and walk” he said as he laughed nervously.

You were surprised he remembered your name. You didn’t talk to anyone in that class. Your cheeks flushed as he handed you another tomato, “Thank you” was all you managed to choke out. There was an awkward silence as neither of you knew what to say next.

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