please make me one of your slaves

Do As I Say

Fandom: Marvel

Pairing: Bucky Barnes x Reader

Words: 1075

Summary: It’s your week to be in charge of what you and Bucky do. You love him sooo much, but sometimes it’s fun to have him as your personal slave.

As requested by anonymous: Ooooo all those prompts look amazing ummmm ok so a challenge for you use the prompt numbers 34, 39, 53, 55, 76 & 83 for Bucky Barnes. If you can’t do all of them that’s cool but there you go lots of prompts for one man who is all man mmmmmm

Warning: mention of naked Bucky and implied smut

#34: “You work for me. You are my slave.”

#39: “It’s your turn to make dinner.”

#53: “Do you think I’m scared of a woman?”

#76: “Please put your penis away”

#83: “Enough with the sass!”

You and Bucky…well…that was a power couple right there. Too powerful. There was this power struggle in the relationship. Both of you saw yourselves as the head of the couple. But that just wouldn’t do. There were often times where you got into arguments about who was in charge. You made a compromise. Each week would be a switch off on who decided to do what. Of course, you didn’t force each other to do anything. No, you weren’t heathens. You both came to an understanding of each other. Five days of the week you or Bucky were in charge. The weekend was your break. This week was your week of power and you were making it Bucky’s own personal Hell.


You evilly rubbed your hands together as you ran and cannonballed onto your shared bed with Bucky thus catapulting him into the air and onto the ground.

He groaned as he stood up, “You know, usually, women like to wake their boyfriends up with a kiss and breakfast in bed.”

“Well tough, ‘cause it’s my week. So that means you’re getting up early to make me breakfast and coffee.”

Bucky grumbled as he picked up his discarded shirt and slipped it on, “You’re lucky I love you so much.”

“Wait!” You called out before he left the room.

“Whaaaat?” Bucky whined.

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Warning: possible violence


“If you would just do as you were told this would go a lot smoother for you.”

“What’s your name?”

“If you open your mouth again, I’ll make you regret it.”

“You’re mine now.”

“You will learn your place. Even if I have to beat it into that pretty little head of yours.”

“You will stay in this cage until you can learn your role.”

“Pet, you can either wear this collar willingly or I will force it on you.”

“What did you just say to me?”

“I paid good money for you. You will do as I say.”

“Good girl/boy.”

“You don’t want to know what happens when you make me angry, pet.”

“Are you feeling better today, Pet?”


“Keep your hands off me.”

“Mercy, Master/Mistress. Please.”

“I belong to no one.”

“Rules? What rules?”

“I will do no such thing.”

“You bought me? What are you talking about?”

“P-please, I just want to go home.”

“I-I don’t understand.”

“Good morning, Master/Mistress.”

I hear a patient verbally abusing one of my coworkers...

Originally posted by monkeyinthemirror

BBC's The Musketeers [sentence starters]
  • "Well, here's to us dying together."
  • "Explain it as if your life depends on it...which, incidentally, it does."
  • "Men are born free. No one has the right to make slaves of them."
  • "We're soldiers... we follow our orders no matter where they lead. Even to death."
  • "Now, with the greatest respect to your exquisite delicacy of feeling, may we please return to the real issue here?"
  • "If this gets me killed, I'm going to take it very personally."
  • "Prepare to fight! One of us dies here."
  • "Now that's one way to make an entrance."
  • "Mutton is the one that goes 'baa' and has wool on it."
  • "I'm thinking about fainting just for something to do."
  • "Patronize me one more time and you lose your head."
  • "I'm not looking for absolution. I want revenge."
  • "Attacking an unarmed opponent defies every principle of chivalry."
  • "You know, these stories can be greatly exaggerated."
  • "I was told you led him into danger and then abandoned him."
  • "That one is about right."
  • "I don't like this, I've never been unpopular before."
  • "Try trading places with me."
  • "You may be content to do nothing. I am not."
  • "You promised to kill me, and I am, still alive."

windycube said: Giratina and hydreigon please? Sorry i keep sending dragon requests ;v; Giratina and luxray maybe if you’re tired of my dragons haha

Tired of dragons? Tired of YOUR dragons? That’s an absolute impossibility! One can never grow tired of them, especially not the fantastic ones you create! And to celebrate that, I slaved way on my laptop to make this horrid lil guy. At first I was going to just tweak the old Hydreigon/Giratina I made a while ago, but I realized that isn’t me. No, i like to to mash lines and pixels together until they don’t even resemble the parts from the pokemon. Thus, this abomination was born! I had to do a bit of scratch work (fun fact: the open face is just Giratinas wings with just some reshading and detail work) and I am so very satisfied with the final results!

Can The Captain Swan Fandom please acknowledge the racism and misogyny within the episode "Nimue"?

Like. I know you’re excited about what that episode means for your ship. Good for y'all. I mean that. I know what it’s like to get special moments for your ship. But also acknowledge the bad stuff that episode contained please?

At the conclusion of that episode a white man literally enslaved one of the only four Black male characters to appear within the five seasons of Once Upon a Time. To make matters even worse: the writers have used this exact same plot device before. Half of the Black male characters on Once Upon a Time were made slaves. Please acknowledge how disgusting that is to the writers.

And because I can’t even put into one post the blatant misogyny represented through the character of Nimue and her relationship with Merlin, you can ask me and I will try to explain in a private message.

Guys. Celebrate your ship. But don’t tell Jane Epensen this episode was the greatest thing ever. Communicate what you liked about it. But also let her know you don’t appreciate the way she handled the Nimue plot. Hopefully your constructive criticism will help her to become a more sensitive and thoughtful writer who realizes her writing does not exist within a vacuum.

Apologies for the tag invasion but this is important stuff and I haven’t seen any one of y'all commenting on it.