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Steel Magnolias - Actress!Reader, Avengers x Reader, Peter Parker x Reader

Genre: Fluff, attempted humour near the end

Word Count: 1316

Warning/s: Mentions of pregnancy (Is that even a warning?)

A/N: I’m a drama student and I was rehearsing this scene from Steel Magnolias for an assessment and came up with an idea to combine it with the Avengers. Enjoy 😉

“No, you’re getting rest. I think that rehearsal can wait, Y/N.” Bruce insisted.

“But the show’s next week! I need to get through the blocking and the lighting preferences and-“ You argued, trying to sit up. Bruce put a warning hand on your shoulder, giving you a stern look as he pushed you back down. 

“Too late! I’ve already approved your absence.” Tony waltzed into the lab, waving his phone screen at you. 

You weren’t giving up. “Tony, they need me! I’m one of the main characters of the whole thing!” 

“They’ll have to deal with it themselves.” He shrugged. “Besides, you’re hurt and sick, therefore unfit to attend. You’re not going and that is final. Who even rehearses at school on the weekend?” 

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Sunday 4th September / 4:16pm

I’ve finally gotten round to doing my stationary haul for sixth form! I start back to school tomorrow (omg) and as it’s my last day of the summer holidays i thought it would be fun to finally do a stationary haul!!

Okay so starting from the left photo we have:

  • pack of 25 Stabile 0.4mm fineliners 
  • pack of 12 Pilot 0.5mm juice pens 
  • Busy B mini sticky notes
  • pack of 15 ‘Rio De Janeiro’ post it notes by Post It
  • 2 washi tapes from Lau Home
  • a record card book and pack of 100 narrow ruled record cards from Tesco
  • Magic ‘Good Design’ pencil case
  • ‘Raindrops Multi Pencil Case’ from Paperchase
  • pack of 8 PaperMate 1.0mm ‘Inkjoy’ pens 
  • Parker ‘Stainless Steel Ballpoint Pen’
  • 3 Pilot 0.5mm ‘V Ball Liquid Ink Rollerball’
  • 2 Tipp-Ex ‘Mini Pocket Mouse’

And on the right photo:

  • Campus A4 lever arch file
  • Campus 10 part dividers
  • Tiger A4 ‘Slim Ring Binder’ in Clear
  • x3 Campus punched pockets
  • Campus Notebook 140 pages
  • x3 Campus Refill Pad 300 pages
  • Decomposition Book 160 pages of grid-ruled paper
  • Decomposition Book 160 pages of college-ruled paper
  • Tiger notebook

submitted by Tyler Condie

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I’m a designer by trade and founded Rugged Material Travel Goods a few years ago. My personal mission is always to get the most use and value out of things and I made Rugged Material my way to spread the joy. The items here are the “most bang for your buck items” that I have collected over the last year, and I have them with me every single day! Here’s the list going clockwise starting from top left: 1. Samsung Galaxy S4 Active ( on its 2nd screen after a few 100 foot falls, still going strong) 2. Rugged Material Front Pocket Wallet- Natural Horween Chromexcel leather, available on Kickstarter right now 3. Kershaw Leek- lowest priced American Made assisted open knife I’ve found! 4. Rokinon 14mm f2.8 wide angle lens to go with my canon dslr. Best prime lens for the money! 5. Leatherman Caribiner and my silverado keys- I only carry the Leatherman Sidekick when in the mountains. 6. Timex Weekender Watch with Rugged Material Chromexcel Nato strap (coming soon). For $25 this watch is amazing and great for rough activities! 7. Parker Jotter Stainless Steel Pen. I sketch a lot with it so I use a fat 1.0 blue tip that allows for a variety of line weights. 8. Good old fashioned Sharpie. 9. @alphaknifesupply titanium fish tool. 10. Fenix E05 2014 flashlight- I use this more than anything because it’s so, so handy to have 85 lumens in your pocket with just a AAA! Submitted by Ryan

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This is my extensive everyday carry as a college student in Florida. While some of these pieces are left behind from time to time, I like to be well prepared wherever I am. Enjoy! Some more details on the pieces: -The Swiss knife was a gift and I couldn’t locate the model online. -The flashlight is a bit of an off-brand however it’s incredibly cheap and incredibly powerful. -Parker pens have a sturdy build and beautiful ink flow at a very reasonable price -The pocket screwdriver was purchased on a whim and rarely sees use. The title “precision” is very literal: The bits are tiny. I hope ya’ll enjoy this first submission!


Before attending art school, I had a short stint at a local community college in my home town. During a 3D studies class I made a project based on story and the intricacies involving plot structure. I wanted to represent the story with the medium. The piece I constructed followed no real plot line, it was just a representation and open for interpretation. 

Last night I came up with a new series involving famous movies.