• Leo: "Knowledge" is knowing that a tomato is a fruit; "wisdom" is not putting it in a fruit salad .
  • Jason: That was deep.
  • Percy: "Philosophy" is wondering if that means ketchup is a smoothie.
  • Jason: That was deeper.
  • Annabeth: "Common sense" is knowing that ketchup isn’t a damn smoothie, you nasties.

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Hi! Your writing is really really good!! I was wondering if you could write a percabeth 7 minutes in heaven?

Minute One

  • It was awkward. Neither of them knew what to do since their friends basically forced them to play and rigged the game so the two of them would end up in the closet together.
  • Not to get Annabeth wrong, she did have a major crush on Percy. But it wasn’t something that she wanted to bring attention to, at least not like that.
  • “Um, so, we don’t have to make out or anything.” Percy told her. “We can just talk.”
  • “Oh, yeah, that would be good.” If he could see her, she would be bright red and not meeting his eyes.
  • “Anything you want to talk about?” He asked. “Personally, I can talk about how much I want the pizza they ordered.”
  • Annabeth chuckled.

Minute Two

  • “Yeah, pizza sounds really good right about now.” Her hand brushed against his and she could feel heat rush up her arm and into her heart. 
  • “I mean, pizza in New York is always good. The best pizza in the world. None of that thin crust cardboard.” He kept talking. 
  • “This crust isn’t that bad, especially if you make it yourself.” She replied.
  • “You make your own pizza?” He asked, his eyebrow rose, not like she could see it. 
  • “Sometimes when I feel ambitious.” 
  • “Which is all the time?” He had a playful smile on his face which he knew she couldn’t see.
  • “I am not!”
  • “You’re the top of our class, doing extra credit when you don’t have to cause you already have like a hundred and twenty average.” Percy replied. “That’s ambitious.”
  • “I think you’re jealous.” Annabeth said after a few seconds. 
  • “Jealous? A little. At least you’re passing.” He mumbled the last part.

Minute Three

  • “You’re not passing?” Annabeth was concerned. “Do you need a tutor?”
  • “I could use one, but I don’t have to money to pay for one.” Percy realized what he just said. “Don’t tell anyone about that. Please.”
  • “I won’t.” She promised. “Percy, I can tutor you for free. We can meet after school in the library everyday or whenever you’re free.”
  • “That would be nice. Thanks.” Percy was smiling. 
  • He started playing with his hands as the conversation died.

Minute Four

  • As awkward as it was, Annabeth wanted to start up a conversation again. Talking to Percy was great and it made her feel more comfortable around him. Whereas, this was awkward and she wanted to hide.
  • “So, uh, why did our friends do this to us?” Annabeth asked after she found the nerve to talk. 
  • “Cause they think this would be a good idea.” Percy replied. “And this is the last time I tell them a secret.”
  • “Same here.” She replied. Her eyes wanted to find his. “Can I guess what your secret is?”
  • She heard Percy take a deep breath. “Yeah, cause I guess it’s not a secret anymore.”

Minute Five

  • “You actually hate pizza.” Annabeth told him trying to make him smile. At least she got confirmation that he liked her back.
  • She didn’t see it, but he was probably smiling since he was chuckling. 
  • “Yeah, that’s the secret. I actually hate pizza.” He replied.
  • Annabeth giggled and tried to find his hand in the dark. Once she found it, she squeezed it. 
  • “I’m guessing you know my secret too then. That my friends suck at being friends.” She told him. 
  • Percy squeezed her hand back and pulled her a little bit closer to him.

Minute Six

  • Annabeth’s heart was pounding as she tried to search for Percy’s face with her eyes. 
  • Stupid dark closet. 
  • She felt something on the top left of her forehead. A sloppy kiss.
  • “Sorry! I thought…you’re much shorter than I thought.” Percy babbled. “Sorry.”
  • She giggled and moved her hands so he could feel his face. She felt where his lips were and gently pulled his face towards hers.

Minute Seven

  • Percy’s lips were soft against hers. Besides the sloppy kiss on her forehead, he was a good kisser. 
  • Her heart was pounding and her arms went around his neck. She didn’t want this to end. 
  • But time wasn’t on her side.
  • The door opened and light flooded their tiny closet. Annabeth pulled away from Percy with a tiny smile on her face. He returned it with his own. 

anonymous asked:

((Hey mun! Height chart please?))

((These are approximate to my headcanons, anyway. Anyone is welcome to disagree.

Chart credit to GhostWriterNext on deviantart.))

preatorpercy  asked:

have you heard of jessica clark???? search her up in the movie perfect ending! she wears a pants suit and really remind me of reyna!

oh my god gwen why would you do this to me it isn’t even fair


I’ve somehow become MORE GAY

I mean don’t even try to tell me this next one isn’t Reyna when she’s listening to her gf ramble and it’s kinda annoying but also kinda cute

What a beautiful find thank you for this 

Breathe Me Part 4

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Ever since they’d gone to get Sonic, Nico seemed a bit distant. He would talk to Will if he saw him, but he’d find a reason to leave. At first he didn’t mind. They were plausible reasons. He had to get his homework before his next class, or he needed to get his charger, or even because there was a show about to come on that he loved.

It wasn’t until he’d run into him while he was smoking that he realized it was on purpose.

He saw Nico at a table outside. He’d just sat down and he was pulling out a carton of cigarettes. He was alone, not really looking at anything in particular. He didn’t have a book or a laptop or any form of homework. It was just Nico in his leather jacket and scuffed boots with a newly lit cigarette pressed against his lips.

He walked over and nudged his shoulder. Nico looked up at him and offered a smile. “Hey,” he greeted.

“Hey. I thought you were trying to quit?”

Nico let out a long stream of smoke, away from Will and shrugged. “I am. Today’s a cheat day.” Will hummed. “Baby steps,” he shrugged.

He scratched his head and took a deep breath. Will nodded and figured he had no right to tell him how to quit. “Well, hey, I was going to watch that new movie that just came out, the one with the obsessed boyfriend or something. Did you want to go with me?”

Brown eyes, so dark they looked like onyx, flickered up to him. He furrowed his eyebrows slightly and sniffed. “I have an essay due online, I can’t. But thanks.” He flicked his cigarette then put it out on the ash tray. “I think I should work on that. I’ve been procrastinating here for a few hours already.”  

Will raised his eyebrows and clenched his jaw. He only hummed. The lie hurt, and it made him wonder what other lies Nico might have told him. The worst part was that Will knew he would’ve believed him if he hadn’t seen Nico walking and sitting down no more than ten minutes ago. And he’d put out a new cigarette just to get away.

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Will seemed a little tense. Nico thought he was bad in social gatherings, but Will looked even more ready to bolt than he ever had. “You okay?” he asked.

“Yeah. Yeah, I am. I just… parties bore me, and I really don’t know what to expect with this one.”

“You’ll be fine,” Nico said, patting his shoulder. He nudged him in and people immediately began greeting him, much to Nico’s surprise. Once they’d gotten past a group of people, Nico raised one questioning eyebrow at him. “How could you not like parties when so many people seem to know and like you?” he asked. Will grunted in response.

“Hey, you guys made it!” Leo said. His eyes were glazed over already. “Come on, Nico, there’s a whole bottle of Bailey’s waiting for you.”

Nico bit his lip. He smiled and nodded. “Something tells me you already drank it.”

Leo laughed and shook his head. “Nah. I know it’s your favorite.” He turned to Will and smiled wider. “Hey man! Good to see you at another party! Feel free to get whatever you want.”

“I thought this was Percy’s party,” he pointed out.

Leo snorted. “He’s so shit-faced right now. Or close to it.” Will glanced at Nico worriedly and Nico frowned. “He’s fine. Me and Jason and Grover are helping him.”

“But you’re drunk too,” Will said.

Leo hiccupped and rubbed his neck. “Friends get drunk with friends,” he muttered. “I need another drink.” He turned away and Nico shook his head.

“Don’t worry, I won’t do that if you do decide to drink a lot.” Will scoffed and glanced around wearily. “If you didn’t want to come you didn’t have to, you know? I wouldn’t have minded.”

Will’s cheeks turned pink and he rolled his eyes. “Come on, what do you suggest I have first?” he questioned. Nico laughed and shook his head, nudging Will into the living room where there was a bar with all the drinks. “I won’t get drunk.”

“Okay,” Nico said with a smile. “Then we’re going big.” He grabbed a bottle of vodka and poured a shot into a red cup. He handed it to Will and laughed at his confused expression. “That’s a shot. Trust me you won’t be able to handle even a full fourth of the cup.” Will narrowed his eyes and sniffed the cup.

“Jesus, is that pure alcohol?” he exclaimed. Nico laughed at his expense. Will grimaced, took a breath, then tossed the cup back. He started coughing after swallowing it and covered his mouth. “Nope. Nope, that was horrible.”

“It’s horrible to everyone,” Nico said. “The only people who drink it are people who really hate themselves.”

It was supposed to be a joke. But then Will asked, “What were you drinking the day you got drunk?”

Nico’s smile melted away and he looked away from Will and at the bar. “Vodka,” he answered. Before Will could say something, he pulled him along and gave him a smile. “Come on, you have to learn to have fun at parties.”

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