play with your mind

anonymous asked:

Drabble about Josh telling you how much he likes to see you ride his dick

i wrote this last night and forgot about it whoops

You lay across the sofa, eyes trained on the television as you focus on the game of Smash Bros. you’re playing alone. Josh had been playing beside you for a while, before he decided to go practice his drums some time before, leaving you to play against the AI. In the back of your mind, you know you hear him stop drumming in the distance, but it still makes you jump slightly when he returns to you.

“Sit on my lap.”

“Fuck off, I’m trying to play the game,” you mutter, pushing him with your foot when he tries to make you sit up. Josh chuckles, still trying to make you sit up. “Joshua, I swear to God,” you say, fighting to keep your eyes on the screen as he pulls you to a sitting position. “If I lose a fucking life–”

“Oh, shut up,” he laughs, sitting next to you and pulling you to sit on his lap. “You’re a fucking wizard at this game, you couldn’t lose if you were trying to.”

You huff softly, settling onto his lap as you continue to play the game. Josh’s hands hold your hip, fingers tightening around you to slowly begin dragging you down against him. At first, you ignore the action, knowing that Josh is simply trying to distract you; after a few moments, however, you feel him sit up higher, leaning in to whisper in your ear.

“I was back there playing the drums, and I could only think about one thing,” he mumbles. “You, on top of me, bouncing on my cock.” Your spine stiffens at his words, fumbling momentarily with the controller. “I love how you look when you’re on top of me like that,” he continues. “You think you’re in charge, but I’m really just letting you ride me.”

“Josh,” you warn.

“Your tits bouncing for me,” he presses on. “Head thrown back, moaning my name…it’s such a beautiful sight.” You begin to lose your focus on the game, nearly losing a life. “My name never sounded so good as when you’re riding my dick,” he whispers, bouncing his legs to jolt you on his lap. You gasp, dropping one hand from the controller, and setting your hand on his knee between your thighs.

“Josh,” you say again. Josh’s hands slip up your sides, coming around to grasp handfuls of your breasts and pulling you back against him.

“Mmm,” he hums. “And when you’re like this, where I get to hold onto your tits like this…I love how you feel. When I start thrusting into you, I know I’m hitting it right because your back is arched and you’re whining for me.” He reaches forward, smacking the controller out of your grasp and to the ground; you close your eyes and grind yourself down against Josh, finally giving in to his advances as you feel him getting hard. “I knew you wouldn’t last long,” he mutters, kissing your neck. “That’s okay, I won’t either.”

i’ll put a flower in your hair
  • yixing / fluff / pg / 1.5k words
  • summary: you’re visiting your countryside hometown with a childhood friend you haven’t seen for years
  • a/n: i’ve been reading his autobiography and this just happened idk

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anonymous asked:

i absolutely love your cover of such small hands by la dispute on your youtube channel. I tried searching the chords, however it doesn't sound like how you play. do you mind telling me which chords you played and your strumming pattern? REALLY REALLY want to learn this song.

CAPO 3, Am, F, C, G (this pattern is throughout the WHOLE song so it’s v easy) and the strumming pattern is just whatever you decide to make it your own. (Am) I think I saw you in my sleep Darling (F) I think I saw you in my dreams you were stitching up the © Seams on every broken promise that your body couldn’t (G) Keep, I think I saw you in my sleep (Back to Am and repeat!) If you think I should make a guitar tutorial lemme know! But this should be pretty straight forward!

I Promise (Gordon X Reader)

Originally posted by gotham-alice

  You ran. Not because there was something chasing you, at least not anything physical. You ran because you knew you weren’t really needed. At least, not really. Gordon and you had a beautiful relationship, at least you thought so. You guys were cute together, he’d come home, you’d give him dinner, you’d help him with some crimes, and then you’d cuddle together as you both fell asleep. You enjoyed, nothing had made you happier. But things change, and so do people.

  “Hey um, I won’t be home tonight. I gotta work this full case to the end. I have a feeling that this might be-” he says before he’s interrupted
  “Jim come on!”
  “Oh, bye.” he says
  “Love you.” you say but soon hear the dial tone after.

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Things to Do When You Can’t Seem to Write

Are the words just not coming? Try getting away from the screen for a few minutes.

Do Something Productive

  • Take care of the dishes – load or unload your dishwasher, or wash a sinkfull by hand. If you have to leave any to soak, try writing for a few minutes while they do.
  • Put away that basket of laundry you’ve been ignoring.
  • Clean your bathroom sink.
  • Put away any shoes, jackets, or other outerwear you left lying around.

Do Something Fun

  • Write/draw/paint in your journal, if you have one. Do a page, then try writing again.
  • Read a chapter of your current book.
  • Set a timer for five or ten minutes and play a simple game that will let your mind disengage–my go-to is Spider Solitaire.
  • Call/Skype/text a friend and have a chat for a few minutes.

Make Your Writing Space More Pleasant

  • Straighten up your desk. Throw out any scraps of paper that have served their purpose, but check to make sure you’re not tossing out story notes! Dust the surface off, and put away anything that belongs somewhere else.
  • Light a candle.
  • Get a glass of water, or make yourself tea or coffee.

Take Care of Yourself

  • Grab a small snack if you’re hungry.
  • Are your hands dry? Mine get terrible in winter. Moisturize!
  • Lips, too –grab that lip balm.
  • Feeling sluggish? Take a short walk or do some jumping jacks to get your energy level up.
  • Feeling grungy? Take a shower. “Inspirational” showers are my favorite, I get so many ideas in there.

If one of these doesn’t break you from your funk, try one from another category to switch things up. And if you still don’t find your writing mojo, maybe you need a longer break, or to pack it in for the day. Just remember, working hard is great, but forcing yourself to write can burn you out, so keep yourself in balance!

Fluffy & Cuddly {Sentence Starters}
  • "Hey, scoot over. You're squishing me!"
  • "I didn't say you could stop hugging me."
  • "Stop hogging all the blankets!"
  • "You make a good pillow."
  • "How long can we stay like this? Because I don't want to move."
  • "Are you falling asleep on me?"
  • "You weren't watching. You missed the best part!"
  • "Don't stop playing with my hair."
  • "Would you mind handing me the remote?"
  • "Stop, your feet are cold!"
  • "Look, if you want food, you have to let me get up."
  • "You're warm. I'm cold. Let's cuddle."
  • "You fell asleep on me. Maybe you should go to bed?"
  • "Well, my arm's asleep, but I'm glad you're comfortable."
  • "Stop changing the channel, you jerk!"
  • "You're getting crumbs all over the blankets."
  • "I see you eyeing that pillow. Don't you dare."
  • "Don't move. I finally got comfy."
  • "Would you stop wiggling?"
  • "Hey, are you still awake?"

(the “story teller” - ) Did I get you? Did even you start to wonder if I was real?

It’s hard to kill an idea once it’s been planted… here.

You’re starting to wonder if they’re right. Moriarty is playing with your mind, can’t you see what’s going on??!?

Even the king started to doubt sir boast a lot’s stories. But that wasn’t the FINAL problem.

I did tell you, but did you listen?

Tips for Discreet College Witches

So I start college very soon, and along with packing, I’ve been doing a lot of witchy prepwork to make this school year more magical.

I’ve put together a list of tips for discreet dorm witches on how to add some subtle magic into your college life.


  • Clean your room- sounds basic but you can’t clean a room spiritually if it isn’t clean physically.
  • Use wax melters or specially charmed air fresheners for specific intents to cleanse the room of bad energy. 
  • If your roommate doesn’t mind- play music. Picking songs with a specific intent will add positive energy to your room as the soundwaves fill the space. 


  • Sigils are your friend- they can be taped practically anywhere for discreet practice
  • If you want to be even more discreet, charge posters, paintings, or other wall hangings with protection or other intents. Hang them by doors and windows to keep positive energies in and negative out. 
  • Charm your room key to keep you and your possessions safe

General Tips: 

  • On move in day, give your roommate a small gift that you’ve blessed (a travel mug, something in your school colors, a new notebook, etc.). Not only is it a great icebreaker, but blessing the object will help keep the peace during stressful times. 
  • Get creative! Green witches can decorate with small plants like succulents, cosmic witches can hang twinkle lights or make glitter jars, and kitchen witches can make dozens of “mug spells”. 
  • Do as much prep work as you can before you move in. Draw and charge sigils, bless necklaces or clothing items. 
  • In the days leading up to move-in, cleanse your body, mind, and spirit. Do glamour and self love spells, drink lots of water, spend time on your craft and with family and friends. But most importantly, get some rest. This is an exciting and stressful time, and witchy things take a lot of energy from your already hectic schedule. 

Add your own college witchcraft tips-I’ll be posting a lot of them in the next few days. 

Blessed be! - Kate

omg. i can’t believe carol peletier is actually in an episode of the bachelorette of the apocalypse™. ezekiel thinks he’s smooth dropping her some fresh fruits, but morgan is doing exactly the same thing. then here comes richard casually dropping by some more supplies and wanting to talk. their game is weak. meanwhile carol is reading a few erotic romance novels and waiting for pookie to come knocking… he’s got a cherokee rose to claim!

Just another reminder in case your mind is playing tricks on you today: Your love matters. Your emotional stability matters. Your worth should be valued. You deserve better once you choose better. You don’t have to put up with the bullshit. You have a choice. Loving them doesn’t make you stay, lack of loving yourself does. Now pause before you lie to yourself.
—  Horacio Jones


I tried to make them kinda different, but in the end they still wound up pretty similar, Please Forgive.

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