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Seventeen Hip-Hop Unit Highschool!au

Here’s the HipHop unit version of the highschool au thang, enjoy :3

Vocal Unit is here

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S.Coups

- Is he a teasing flirt?

- Is he a squishy baby bear?

- Is he both? Is that possible?

- No one knows

- He’s not a gym person, he doesn’t really play any sports, but he’s still looks really fit and strong and his shoulders are all wide and buff, and his arms are buff, and he’s …We don’t know, he confuses everyone

- He touches your hair some when he’s being playful, and he likes to be super gentlemanly and carry your things for you and give you piggyback rides if your feet hurt and give you his jacket

- or sometimes he’ll just backhug you because ‘then everyone’s happy’

- He’s a joyful little bundle of riddles. But its also a little frustrating. It’s just confusing, okay

Vernon

-          Quiet with strangers

-          But also approachable ..?

-          Super genuine and real

-          Can’t sing, knows it, does it anyway just to annoy people

-          Except when you walk in, then he gets all awks and quiet.

-          If you talk to him he’s probably just going to stutter and get really red and it’s adorable

-          Be gentle with him plz thanks

-          Also raps (sometimes its great and then sometimes it’s like smtm…   ………..BUT we don’t talk about that!! On to happier times!!)

Mingyu

-          Does he belong in the elementary school or the high school though? Askin’ the real questions

-          Papabear/babybear S.Coups brings him tissue packets

-          Mischievious trouble maker, teachers keep a close eye on him

-          Kind of how he keeps a close eye on you in a different sort of way *wiggles eyebrows aggressively

-          TEASE

-          Constantly trying to put you at a loss for words, And whenever he does, his smirk only intensifies and his face does that thing where he looks like a disney villain if that villain were simultaneously a seven year old who just put glue in some poor girl’s hair and a tall, broad shouldered young MAN MAN who just made a girl get all blushie :3 which is basically how his flirting goes, he’s either seven or a stud, no in between

-          Eyebrows

-          All the eyebrow raises, eyebrow quirks, eyebrow wiggles, all of that

-          Btw, did I mention smirks and eyebrows

Wonwoo

-          Shy SHYYYY SHYYYYYYY boy *SECRET plays in the background

-          Sits in the back corner of the class and sometimes zones out and looks out the window but he doesn’t mean to, he’s just kinda spacey, but all the teachers are like D’awwww :3 we’ll let it slide because he’s a sweetie

-          Few friends, but they’re all the best and nicest people in the school

-          Gets super quiet and shy (even more than usual, which people didn’t know was possible)

-          But he also kind of lowkey takes care of you, like if you forgot a pencil, you don’t even have to ask anyone, he just notices immediately and hands you his and when you smile and say thank you he just lights up a little bit and feels all warm and fuzzy inside

-          All his friends notice but no one says anything because it’s so endearing and they worry that if anyone mentions it he’ll *shooop back into his shell

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Now to update my masterlist, and after that back to Got7 shtuff

anonymous asked:

How would the bots on rhe Lost Light react if a techno-organic child age 4-6 who's very curious, went around asking were do babies come from?

Not, that type of blog. But, hey what the hell. I’ll let it slide co’s it’s a cute idea.

Rodimus: “Ask Ratchet.”

Ratchet: * Silently stares* Hands them a lollypop and locks them out of the med-bay.

Ultra-Magnus: “Did Whirl put you up to this?”

Redalert: *glitches*

Bluestreak: “C-can we talk about something else like…uh Puppies! everyone loves puppies…*five minute rambling about dogs.* till the kid wanders off.

Swerve: *flabbergasted silence*

Fort max: "A-ask Rung”

Rung: *fogged up glasses* hands them more candy locks them out of his office.

Megatron: [same reaction as Magnus]

Drift: *pretends to meditate*

Tailgate: *burst out crying*

Trailcutter: “Ask *hic* again in T*hic* ten years…”

Whirl : when two flesh bags like each other, they fu-..ack! *Cyclonus slugs him*

Cyclonus: *silently takes them back to their guardian. or his hab-suite if he’s their Guardian.*

Client Etiquette: First Contact

If you’re planning on seeing a provider, you’ll have to contact them first. Many providers, including myself, have multiple acceptable forms of communication (email, text, as site inbox, etc) listed prominently in multiple places. This means they can get a lot of contacts in a very short period of time. Here’s a few tips for how to make sure you get a response.

1. Tell me who you are. Whether you text, email, call or whatever, tell me who you are. A nick name or user handle is great; it doesn’t have to be a legal name. For instance: “Hi, this is PapaBear from ECCIE…” maybe you’re not ready for a name exchange or you don’t have a user name. That’s also cool. For instance: “Hi, I saw your ad on BoyToy…” IF YOU CALL
MY PHONE and I don’t answer, it’s probably because I can’t at that moment. Maybe I’m actually busy, or driving, or in public, or around my parents. If I don’t know who you are already, I don’t know what you’re going to say when I answer. Not picking up doesn’t mean I’m ignoring you; it means I can’t answer the phone. Leave me a message and I can get back to you. Being angry that I didn’t answer or call you back if you didn’t leave me any information about who you are makes you look like an assbutt. Here’s a thought: use text. If you text, I can respond fairly quickly unless I’m driving. It doesn’t matter if I’m in public or having brunch with Aunt Eunice. I can also text you back at my convenience without having to play phone tag. I have better things to do with my day.

2. Tell me what you want. The single most irritating thing to see in my inbox is “Hi :)” with literally nothing else. For all I know you’re a three year old who managed to punch enough buttons to send a text. Tell me what you want. For instance “Hi, this is Derrick. I saw your ad on Back Page and was hoping I could see you.” This gives me somewhere to take a conversation. I can move on to important leading questions like “are you interested in an incall or an outcall” or “are you looking for a half hour or full hour session”. An even better contact might be “Hi, my name’s Jacob. I saw your ad on Slixa and I’d love to have you come visit me for an hour or so.” See, now I don’t have to do the leading questions thing because I already know you’re interested in a one hour outcalls. Sending me vague messages with no context is wasting my time. Even if I don’t respond to your smiley, it’s still taken me the 3 seconds to open the message and process that you’re an idiot.

3. Don’t mention money. Unless you are seeking a provider in Vegas, you should probably know that soliciting sex for money is illegal. That’s why ads have suggested “donation rates” or “contributions”. If you do want to ask about rates for something that isn’t listed, ask how many roses would be requested, or state what you’re looking for and follow it with an innocuous question like “what’s your student loan payment”. It doesn’t really matter how you say it as long as it doesn’t sound like “how much money am I giving you to blow me”…because you’re not paying a provider for a sex act. You’re either paying for their company or giving them a gift. In fact many hobbyists leave their donations in something like a birthday or thank you card. I have one client who makes a point to say “I hope this helps with your student loans”, in part because that’s a verbal acknowledgment that he’s not paying me and because he knows I have a shit ton of student loans.

4. If you want a provider to take you seriously as a client, act like a serious client. Your first contact should not devolve into phone sex. Again, you’re not trading money for a sex act, so don’t talk to or about your provider like you are. It’s why providers say things like “I’d love to play” or “I can’t wait to see you” instead of “when can we fuck”. If you want a cheap thrill, have a one night stand. While many escorts do have wild and crazy fun with their clients, they are still classy and professional in their demeanour and presentation. You probably should be too.