Hey guys so in all the chaos of the Drabble Challenge, I haven’t posted any longer fics. So here is a Seth fic I’ve been working on for a couple weeks. This one was requested by an anon. Hope you guys like it!
Summary: Reader is a new girl that comes to WWE and Seth is asked to train her by Triple H. Seth isn’t happy about it and is constantly tearing her apart. One day they are working on a move, and he has to stand behind her, and she unknowingly rubs her butt against him. The next day tensions rise, and true feelings come out. ANGST. SMUT.
CAREGIVER; Caregivers have a desire to take care of others, so they might be drawn to the long-term care of children or the elderly. They have a tendency to put others’ needs ahead of their own, but they have to remember to also take care of their needs. They are extremely loyal and protective. They have a tendency to fight others battles for them. Their empathy allows them to tell when someone needs their help and the best way to assist them.
PISCES, Taurus, Cancer, Leo, Libra
CREATOR; Creators are drawn to creativity of all sorts, such as photography, painting, dance, cooking, playing music, etc. Without a creative outlet, Creators can become miserable. This is why they express themselves creatively in everything they do. Their idealism allows them to see the good in others and the potential in people and situations. They are more likely to focus on the big picture, and details may come a little bit harder to them.
Gemini, Leo, Libra, Sagittarius, Aquarius, Pisces
EDUCATOR; Educators are drawn to teaching and have a gift of persuasion. Getting their point across becomes something natural to them. They have no problem with repetition and have remarkable patience. Most Educators have a desire to demonstrate what they know with others and have plenty to offer. Much of what they know comes from reading and studying, but they may also have a natural insight on a subject. They are comfortable in academic pursuits and enjoy acquiring knowledge, particularly through books.
HELPER; Helpers have plenty of common sense and a no-nonsense, roll-your-sleeves-up-and-get-the-job-done approach to life. Helpers are unlikely to seek out a leadership role and are more happy working behind the scenes. Their soul’s desire to be of service can get them into trouble since it can be hard to say no, and they can become overwhelmed by all the tasks they take on. When it comes to expressing emotions, they rarely allow themselves to get carried away. Their purpose is not to change the world, but to keep it turning smoothly.
HUNTER; Hunters are goal-oriented and will see a task through into competitions. They have an ability to stay focused on their missions and track down and catch their prey. They have a logical approach to life and it can be sometimes hard to access their emotional and intuitive self. They may be suspicious of those who base their decisions on gut feelings other than plain facts. They have a strong loyalty to those close to them and have an ability to organize others.
LEADER; Leaders have a natural air of authority and a charisma that makes them stand out in a crowd. People often look towards them for advice, but they can often make decisions without thinking to involve others. Once they’ve made up their minds, it’s hard for them to change it. Most leaders have an inner confidence and usually have a small group of followers or assistants.
ARIES, Taurus, Scorpio, Capricorn, Aquarius
PERFORMER; Performers are outgoing, charming people with a strong sense of humor. They have a desire to communicate so they tend to be more talkative than many other soul types. They tend to be good with words and may have a dramatic flare, especially when expressing themselves. They have a passionate nature and tend to express strong emotions. Performers needs the approvals of others, and they need to be told when they’ve done a good job.
GEMINI, Leo, Libra, Sagittarius, Pisces
SPIRITUALISTS; Many Spiritualists are highly intuitive, which is why they may have had psychic experiences in he past and why they will tend to use their sixth sense when it comes to decisions making. They have a great deal of compassion, and may feel a strong need to create a better worlds. They often feel as if they have a greater purpose. They need to feel as if someone benefitted from their efforts. Whether they know it or not, they frequently inspire others through their behavior.
Gemini, Leo, Libra, Aquarius, Pisces
THINKER; Thinkers are usually skeptical individuals who often discount their emotions or intuition in favor of rational analysis. Their intellectual approach to life can cause some to appear restrained or unemotinal. When hurt, they have to analyze what happened before allowing themselves to feel. Once emotions kick in, they can feel as deeply as the other soult ypes. Their life is a constant search for knowledge and understanding.
Prompt: I felt like writing this after reading @alexahood21 story killing me softly IF YOU HAVEN’T READ IT, READ IT! Requested: by my damn self Warnings: None Words: 1200+
Kenny’s dislike for the wwe wasn’t private. He didn’t like the restraints on superstars, the amount of scripting on the promos. ‘If they are good enough to be on tv they can come up with their own damn promos’ he would say. He was offered a contract but turned it down.
“You’d never go to wwe?” You asked biting your lip afraid of the answer. You’d been dating Kenny pretty much since you came to Japan 4 years ago. Kenny saw you on your first day and swooped you up.
Holly Hunter, Ray Romano and Kumail Nanjiani in ‘The Big Sick’ (Amazon)
Considering how back-loaded the release schedule is when it comes to awards-friendly films, it’s an encouraging sign that there have already been several movies from the first half of 2017 that could easily wind up in the Oscar conversation. True, a couple of them (Mudbound, Call Me by Your Name) premiered at Sundance and won’t get distributed until the fall, but there are plenty that have already dropped, from the art house (The Lovers, The Big Sick) to the cineplex (Get Out, Wonder Woman). Here’s a look at some early Oscar contenders:
The Big Sick Juno could provide the template for this touching and crowdpleasing rom-com based on the real-life coupling of Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. That earlier festival breakout was a sleeper hit (which Big Sick has the potential to be after its first two weeks in very limited release) and went on to score four Oscar nominations and one win (for screenwriter Diablo Cody). Let’s at least recognize Ray Romano for a career-best performance and Holly Hunter for… well, being A-grade Holly Hunter, which is as good as it gets.
Call Me by Your Name Sundance audiences fell hard for Luca Guadagnino’s coming-of-ager about a 17-year-old boy (Timothée Chalamet) who falls for an older man (Armie Hammer) in 1980s Italy. Name could follow Moonlight‘s historical (if, uh, unconventional) Best Picture win, and it has received a mightily awards-friendly release date of Nov. 24. Look out for newcomer Chalamet in all Best Actor races.
Daniel Kaluuya in ‘Get Out’ (Universal)
Get Out Jordan Peele’s biting social satire brilliantly cloaked as a horror movie has been Hollywood’s biggest surprise of the year, both in box-office might and critical love. That should catapult Get Out into the awards discussion, even if some Oscar voters might not be hypnotized into nominating a genre movie for Best Picture. At the very least, we expect Peele to be in the running for Best Original Screenplay, though I’d love to see two-time Oscar nominee Catherine Keener in contention for Best Supporting Actress.
The Hero Now 72, iconically ‘stached character actor Sam Elliott (The Big Lebowski, Gettysburg) has finally gotten the leading role he deserves… as an aging Western icon whose career gets a late spark when he inadvertently goes viral. Elliott makes the most of it, delivering a tender, nuanced, heartbreaking performance. While the Oscars could still be a longshot for the never-nominated septuagenarian, he should be in the running for the Independent Spirit Awards and such.
An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power Al Gore’s 2006 PowerPoint-spawned An Inconvenient Truth spurred a national discussion about global warming and won two Oscars as a bonus. The sequel, Truth to Power, premiered at Sundance, and it’s bigger, it’s badder… OK, it’s being recut in the wake of President Trump’s controversial decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement, which had prominently figured into the narrative. Still, Truth to Power is an obvious contender to repeat in the documentary realm.
The Lovers Debra Winger doesn’t make movies very often, but when she does, watch out. The three-time Oscar nominee is a force in this dark romantic comedy about middle-aged spouses both cheating on one another (writer Tracy Letts plays the mister). The indie release didn’t exactly convince audiences to leave their homes, but its distributor A24 has some pull with awards voters after last year’s Moonlight coup.
Garrett Hedlund, Mary J. Blige and Rob Morgan in ‘Mudbound’ (Netflix)
Mudbound Dee Rees’s first directorial effort since her 2011 breakout, Pariah, screams “Oscar bait.” It’s a period piece set in the Deep South during WWII about two families — one white, one black — at odds. But here’s the thing: It’s freaking phenomenal. As mentioned coming out of Sundance, you can start handicapping the Best Supporting Actor race based on a quintet of performances in this film alone.
Norman Richard Gere would easily qualify on any list of actors you’d be surprised were never nominated for an Oscar. His decidedly unglamorous, against-type portrayal of desperate wannabe mover-and-shaker Norman Oppenheimer counts among the best performances he’s ever given, so this might be a good time to knock him off those lists.
War for the Planet of the Apes The buzz is building on the final chapter of the Caesar trilogy, and somehow, some way these movies have continued to get progressively better. It’s not exactly in a position to go all Return of the King and sweep the Oscars as a reward to the series as a whole, but it could garner some attention. Variety‘s Kristopher Tapley has already suggested the Academy should recognize Andy Serkis’s motion-capture mastery with some type of special achievement award. That ain’t a bad idea.
Wonder Woman Whether it would actually merit Best Picture recognition is a debate for another day, but there’s no doubt that the film has become a cultural touchstone that has galvanized the movie industry. Can it do what Deadpool couldn’t?
Watch our Role Recall interview with Richard Gere:
Cas gripped the steering wheel. The year was 2033, and he was going to Kansas.
He found it odd that he had begun to refer to himself using that nickname - millions of years of being Castiel, Angel of the Lord, and now, he was simply Cas.
He supposed that was thanks to Dean.
Dean. Cas felt a familiar pang in his chest. The nature of emotion never ceased to fascinate the angel, and he had found that grief was quite a peculiar experience. It had been more than a decade since he had lost the Winchesters, but the wound he felt was just as deep and painful as it was in the weeks after their deaths - although, admittedly, not as jarring, nor nearly as debilitating.
He reached over to take one of the cassette tapes from the box next to him. It was Let It Bleed, by the Stones, an album he had taken a liking to in the past months. Cas relaxed into the seat as Keith Richards started up on guitar.
Those weeks were tough. They were drenched in hard liquor and heartbreak, minutes moving like hours, hours feeling like days, and all seemed to be lost as Cas watched his friends’ ashes waft up into the night sky. All he could do was heed their word, to let them go. Cas had watched how the Winchesters tore themselves apart, time after time, sacrificing themselves to save one another, and how each time it rendered them more broken, more weary, and he understood that it would need to be him that broke the cycle, and let them rest. But it was so, so very hard.
If it weren’t for Jodi, he could easily still be walking along that highway with a bottle of Jack in his hand. However, Jodi had found him, taken him under her wing, and given him a place to stay during those first few months, and it was in the comforts of her home that Cas began to come to terms with the world he was living in - a world without the Winchesters, and everything that would be different because of it.
Nothing could change what had happened, Cas knew that. But, he also knew Earth would be much less safe than it had ever been under the care of Sam and Dean.
He had no idea where a wayward angel fell into this new equation, but Dean had told him to keep fighting, and that had given Cas purpose. With the keys to the Impala and a clean set of clothes, Cas had set out in search for a niche in which he could best serve humanity.
In a way, it felt as if he had gone full circle - he began his journey a guardian of humans, and, he supposed he would end it the same way. Although, he lacked the direction that supplied that young and foolish Castiel. He found he was no better at hunting than the last time he had tried, and no amount of practice and training seemed to alter that fact; teaming up with other hunters seemed to worsen his performance, and those hunters never seemed to welcome his presence anyways. He was left, once again, feeling entirely useless. A couple of years of fruitless attempts at hunting passed before Cas came up with the idea. And when it came to him, he felt entirely stupid for not thinking of it before - here he was, living in an underground facility filled to the brim with information on every supernatural thing that existed anywhere in the world, and he was doing nothing with it.
So, after reading every journal, manuscript, book and letter in the bunker, Cas found himself an old storefront in Chicago and got to work. Behind what looked like a quaint little bookstore, Cas fashioned a stronghold - and filled it with the catalogs of the Men of Letters, creating the first supernatural library American hunters had ever seen - giving those hunters access to immeasurably valuable lore and knowledge which had been out of reach for centuries. Cas was pretty proud of himself for that, despite knowing Dean wouldn’t be crazy about the angel becoming a librarian.
He smiled, watching the familiar roads unfold in front of him. It was funny, how a loved one seemed to cement themselves into your subconscious. Before, he found most everything reminded him of them, and in particular, Dean. An article in the newspaper, faces in the crowd, a brand of beer in the Quik-E-Mart, all used to trigger flashbacks, waves of emotion, guilt. But now, it was different. Little things reminded him of Dean - the smell of clean leather, the green on the trees in the summer, how Claire took every opportunity to make a pop culture reference. Dean had even found a place in cas’s head, a soft voice that never missed a chance to gently point out when he was being an idiot, and remind him what mattered, and why he was still fighting.
He couldn’t say he had moved on, nor did he believe he ever would. But, as for right now, he was pretty sure he knew the way.
Boxes rattled around in the back seat as Cas drove to Lebanon, Kansas, to retrieve some files on Rugaroos desperately needed by a hunter in Michigan. The radio blasted classic rock as the Impala cruised down an old country highway.
Cas gripped the steering wheel. The year was 2033, and he was going home.