pride part 2

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Masterlist

Kazuchika Okada:

SMUT

NSFW Alphabet

Club Ruler - Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 Summary: Fake wrestling rules don’t exist, but I still can’t just go up to Okada and talk to him. The Club would never allow it.

Dominion - Part 1 and Part 2 Summary: noun 1. sovereignty; control. “man’s attempt to establish dominion over something”

Splinters - Summary: “I be not Mercy, I be the witch of the wood.”

Hard Candy - Summary: You go to japan with Finn, and sometime during your trip you make the discovery that Okada is the prettiest man you’ve ever seen. Finn doesn’t appreciate that at all.

Cinnamon - Part 1 and Part 2 Summary: It’s your one year anniversary with Okada. He cooks for you. You keep him company whilst the timer ticks.


FLUFF

Firsts - Part 1 and Part 2 Summary: Okada is with you the entire time in the delivery room, and every step of the way after that.

Pride - Part 1 and Part 2 Summary: The prideful glow on Okada’s face is a picture worth more than a thousand words. “Yes, he’s my son,” Okada says, loud and proud so everyone can hear him.

Pacing - Summary: She smiles up at him, and the way her chin cutely scrunches reminds me of the way Okada’s does the same. She nods at the two of us and starts walking toward the door, “Love you guys too.”

Oleander - Summary: Okada comes home with flowers for you.


HORROR

Splinters - Summary: “I be not Mercy, I be the witch of the wood.”  


Kenny Omega:

ANGST

Hard Feelings - Summary: Now we sit in your car and our love is a ghost.


Finn Balor:

HORROR

Mellifluous - Summary: “-reports show that over 3.4 million deaths worldwide are directly related to the outbreak. This epidemic, that experts are calling-”

Drainage - Summary: Finn promises you that everything is going to be alright, but the way the doctors looks at you, with both pity and disgust, says otherwise. 

Lord of the Flies - Summary: Finn is not really Finn, and the flies of his demonic essence follow you everywhere you go.

Sanguinārium - Summary: He stands behind the entrance, at the end of the hallway, but he does not let you see him slip inside.

Kephalē - Summary: “The horseman comes, and tonight he comes for you.”

Familiar Terrors - Summary: No matter how well you hide, he will always get inside of you.

Anatreme - Summary: He takes you into the alleyway and presses you against the wall, but he doesn’t see the way your growing nails catch the light.

Basement Lights & Basement Lights 2 - Summary: Charlotte conjures something up in the basement, but it’s nowhere near as bad as what’s already down there.

Corner Pieces - Summary: “I’ve always heard that it’s easiest to start with the corner pieces,” Finn murmurs to me. After what feels like an hour has passed, we still haven’t gotten much accomplished in the way of forming any sort of image.

Crossroads - Summary: “You wanna know somethin’? When I first heard that story, I used to think this was the highway I would die on.”

Reconditioning - Summary: You are taken, during a time where androids and bots are second nature to human functioning.

Rust and Bone - Summary: Finn and his mates abandon their ship after seeing your body in the water.

Hollow - Summary:  Both my feeling of being a burden to his exciting adventure and the wantonness to feel his warm hand in mine propel me to grip onto his palm and let him pull me past the treeline. In hindsight, these first few steps are a mistake, but more than that my judgement about whether or not this really is a mistake is the worst thing of all.

Soul Eater - Summary:  “It worked,” the man in front of me breathes out in disbelief. When I respond, my voice is low, demonic.


ANGST

Roots - Summary: Your love for Finn is homegrown, but it is withering away right before your eyes.

Numb - Summary: “Do you wanna go upstairs with me?”

Sunburn - Summary: You fall in love with Finn, a man who lives in the lighthouse on the beach.

Claustrophobia - Summary: This dirty town is burning down in my dreams. The rage and love, the story of my life.

Insulation - Summary: During my moments of solemn reflection, the pads of my fingers subconsciously brush over the nearly healed scrapes on his forehead and nose.

Buzzing - Summary: The elevator dings resolutely. I tilt my head, and I see Finn standing by my side, adjusting his tie while smiling softly at me, “Ready?”

Surface Tension - Summary: Finn smiles, victorious as usual.

Drainage - Summary: Finn promises you that everything is going to be alright, but the way the doctors looks at you, with both pity and disgust, says otherwise.

Anterograde - Summary: “D'you wanna make a baby?”

Strands Aflame - Summary: My fingers shake when he nips at the skin just below my ear.

Buoyancy - Summary: “Take care of your boyfriend!” Several people shout, as I haul Finn out of the building.

Free to be the Greatest - Summary: Running through the waves of love, but I got stamina.

Slanted View - Summary: From your slanted view see the morning dew. Sink into the soil, watch the water boil. They won’t see me run, who can blame them? 

Reciprocal - Summary: The rings are barely warm in my pocket and I realize that they were the last things separating Finn from the damp earth below.

Americana - Summary: ”Rooms seemed hotter when he was in them. Rains fell straighter. Clocks slowed. Sounds were amplified.”

Flora - Summary: Finn tells you he loves you for the first time.

Reconditioning - Summary: You are taken, during a time where androids and bots are second nature to human functioning.

Ready to Run - Summary: When my momma says I look good in white, I’m gonna be ready this time.

Waves - Summary: Finn’s shirtless form is bustling about in the kitchen, still unaware that I am now awake.

Votive - Summary: The two of us, god how childish we must look giggling and shoving each other into the car, climb inside and finish the rest of the drive. Best birthday ever.


VIOLENCE

Florida Blues - Summary: I don’t need money, I don’t need sleep. ‘Cause everything’s funny when it’s just you and me.

Americana - Summary: ”Rooms seemed hotter when he was in them. Rains fell straighter. Clocks slowed. Sounds were amplified.”

Rust and Bone - Summary: Finn and his mates abandon their ship after seeing your body in the water.  

Heist - Summary: You got your finger on the trigger, but your trigger finger’s mine.


SMUT

NSFW Alphabet

Hard Candy - Summary: You go to japan with Finn, and sometime during your trip you make the discovery that Okada is the prettiest man you’ve ever seen. Finn doesn’t appreciate that at all.

Lemon-Aid - Summary:  I’m not paying enough attention to see the way Finn’s eyes go dark.

Love Club - Summary: I’m sitting pretty on the throne; there’s nothing more I want, except to be alone.

Attention - Summary: You just want attention. I knew from the start. You’re just making sure I’m never gettin’ over you.

Cinema - Summary:“After Finn insists on seeing a horror movie, he gets you to sit at the back of the theatre so he can slide his hand into your lap.”

Familiar Terrors - Summary: No matter how well you hide, he will always get inside of you.

Peace Offering - Summary: Finn wants to get you off in the backseat of the van Luke and Karl are responsible for safely getting to the next city.

Nuclear Blues - Summary: It’s 1959, and your friends aren’t really your friends. They’re just jealous that Finn bends you over the kitchen table that has the pretty little palm tree tablecloth on it.

Momentum -  Summary: I stand out of his way once he has momentum.  

Swimming - Summary: You make me stay out all night and catch a cold.

Benefaction - Summary: Another gift for Finn’s birthday.

Fever - Summary: King and Queen of the weekend. Ain’t a pill that could touch our rush. When you dream with the fever, bet you wish you could touch our rush. These are the games of the weekend.

Cookie-cutter - Part 1 and Part 2 Summary: “You really should watch your mouth.” 

Solarize - Summary: My responding gulp is likely audible, and I can’t tell if it’s because of the way Finn crowds close to me, or if it’s because of his request of me.

Effervescence - Summary: I know he won’t let this conversation go, not by a long shot.

Surface Tension - Summary: Finn smiles, victorious as usual.

Melting - Summary: He pouts when he comes back out the back door, the shirt now gone from his hands, “You’re eating the last popsicle.”

Knee Jerk Reaction - Summary: I was confident in my saying that I truly deserved this promotion, but if by some chance I didn’t get it, there was always next time. (No there wasn’t.)


FLUFF

Insulation - Summary: During my moments of solemn reflection, the pads of my fingers subconsciously brush over the nearly healed scrapes on his forehead and nose.

Blockbuster Video - Summary: It’s 1999 and the cutest guy on earth works at fucking Blockbuster Video.

Revelry - Summary: Always looking for a way to keep staring back into your eyes. Replay the way that you were touching me that one night, I lose my mind. We were loose but holding on so tight, I lose my mind.

Delivery - Part 1 and Part 2 Summary: My nose stays buried in the pine fresh scent of Finn’s Star Wars t-shirt, and his fingers card softly through my hair.  

Warm Air - Summary: Finn’s brows raise. His face melts into my favorite expression, the one that had, at one point, forced strawberry milk from my nose because I was laughing so hard at him.

Ice Cream Cake - Summary: “Do you like ice cream?”

Cherry Bomb - Summary: “Why‘re ya blushin’?” Finn’s free hand comes up, allowing his fingers to dance across my face. “I’ just said hello,” his giggle is a warm breeze against my face.

Drainage - Summary: Finn promises you that everything is going to be alright, but the way the doctors looks at you, with both pity and disgust, says otherwise.

Frosting - Summary: The pretty, red bow is tipped off his head when he leans forward in his seat to kiss me; I beam when I realize his mouth tastes like chocolate frosting.

Ready to Run - Summary: When my momma says I look good in white, I’m gonna be ready this time.

Swimming - Summary: You make me stay out all night and catch a cold.

Solarize - Summary: My responding gulp is likely audible, and I can’t tell if it’s because of the way Finn crowds close to me, or if it’s because of his request of me.

Surface Tension - Summary: Finn smiles, victorious as usual.

Flora - Summary: Finn tells you he loves you for the first time.

Momentum - Summary: I stand out of his way once he has momentum.

Must Love Dogs - Summary: “I can barely handle the in between, do you know that? I either have to act like I hate you, or like you’re the only weakness I’ll ever have in my entire life.”

Synthesis - Summary: “Alright. So, we got…” he taps his ink pen on the paper, “One standard issue male automaton. Caucasian, dark hair. All tests passed, and no flaws were found.“ or Finn is a robot.

Heat Wave & Heat Wave 1.5 - Summary: Finn’s hand, by now, is wrapped around my waist as we walk to his car, and the summer sun above us does nothing to help cool me down.

Puerile - Summary: “Put the balloon animal down, Finn.”

Pillow Fort Love - Summary: Pillow fort love never dies.

Effulgence - Summary: He asks you to move in together, or rather he fumbles through asking to move in together.

Balloons - Summary: Finn barely makes it home in time for the baby shower.

Number 39 - Summary: “Have I ever told you I like you?”

Windbreaker - Summary:  “Are you- Are you flirting with me?”

Batter - Summary: “Who really thinks that ’90s alternative is so fun to listen to that that’s all they play?”

Waves - Summary: Finn’s shirtless form is bustling about in the kitchen, still unaware that I am now awake.

Votive - Summary: The two of us, god how childish we must look giggling and shoving each other into the car, climb inside and finish the rest of the drive. Best birthday ever.

Strawberry Jam - Summary: “It’s your fucking birthday, and all of our lovely friends are coming here just for you. Please come out here and get ready now!”

Apples and Oranges - Summary: At least 15 bottles of water tumble around my feet, with a few crashing into my shin.

Teething - Summary: The baby lets out a small giggle when she looks up at Finn. “She’s so pretty,” he muses aloud, and then he reaches over me to run the back of his thumb over her cheek. It seems as if she understands his words, and her cheeks turn pink, and she buries her face back down against my neck. A laugh bubbles over my lips when I realize that I’ve never identified more with anything.

Abrazo - Summary: 1. Spanish. an embrace, used in greeting someone.

Whippin’ - Summary: If it’s past two, I can’t look at you, but I will ‘cause you’re too true.

Melting - Summary: He pouts when he comes back out the back door, the shirt now gone from his hands, “You’re eating the last popsicle.”

Knee Jerk Reaction - Summary: I was confident in my saying that I truly deserved this promotion, but if by some chance I didn’t get it, there was always next time. (No there wasn’t.)


DRABBLES

“Is there a reason you’re naked in my bed?” - Kazuchika Okada

“The skirt is supposed to be this short.” - Kazuchika Okada

“Daddy!” - Kazuchika Okada

“Frost the damn cupcakes.” - Kenny Omega

“Take. It. Off.” - Finn Balor

“I’ll kick his ass if you want me to.” - Finn Balor

“Why do you only kiss me when I’m sleeping?” - Finn Balor

“He’s a bad kisser.” - Finn Balor

“Why did we have to have kids?” - Finn Balor


WRITER’S FAVORITES

Attention (Smut) - Summary: You just want attention. I knew from the start. You’re just making sure I’m never gettin’ over you.

Basement Lights & Basement Lights 2 (Horror) - Summary: Charlotte conjures something up in the basement, but it’s nowhere near as bad as what’s already down there.

Blockbuster Video (Fluff)- Summary: It’s 1999 and the cutest guy on earth works at fucking Blockbuster Video.

Drainage (Angst/Fluff/Horror)  -  Summary: Finn promises you that everything is going to be alright, but the way the doctors looks at you, with both pity and disgust, says otherwise. 

Fever - Summary: King and Queen of the weekend. Ain’t a pill that could touch our rush. When you dream with the fever, bet you wish you could touch our rush. These are the games of the weekend.

Florida Blues (Violence) - Summary: I don’t need money, I don’t need sleep. ‘Cause everything’s funny when it’s just you and me.

Free to be the Greatest (Angst) - Summary: Running through the waves of love, but I got stamina.

Hard Candy - Summary: You go to japan with Finn, and sometime during your trip you make the discovery that Okada is the prettiest man you’ve ever seen. Finn doesn’t appreciate that at all.

Hard Feelings - Summary: Now we sit in your car and our love is a ghost.

Heist - Summary: You got your finger on the trigger, but your trigger finger’s mine.

Insulation (Angst/Fluff) - Summary: During my moments of solemn reflection, the pads of my fingers subconsciously brush over the nearly healed scrapes on his forehead and nose.

Kephalē - Summary: “The horseman comes, and tonight he comes for you.”

Love Club (Smut)- Summary: I’m sitting pretty on the throne; there’s nothing more I want, except to be alone.

Mellifluous (Fluff/Horror) - Summary: “-reports show that over 3.4 million deaths worldwide are directly related to the outbreak. This epidemic, that experts are calling-”

Nuclear Blues - Summary: It’s 1959, and your friends aren’t really your friends. They’re just jealous that Finn bends you over the kitchen table that has the pretty little palm tree tablecloth on it.

Numb - Summary: “Do you wanna go upstairs with me?”  

Puerile - Summary: “Put the balloon animal down, Finn.”

Roots (Angst) - Summary: Your love for Finn is homegrown, but it is withering away right before your eyes.

Sunburn - Summary: You fall in love with Finn, a man who lives in the lighthouse on the beach.

Swimming (Smut/Fluff) - Summary: You make me stay out all night and catch a cold.

Warm Air - Summary: Finn’s brows raise. His face melts into my favorite expression, the one that had, at one point, forced strawberry milk from my nose because I was laughing so hard at him.

Waves (Angst/Fluff) - Summary: Finn’s shirtless form is bustling about in the kitchen, still unaware that I am now awake.

Washington’s Rules of Civility & Decent Behaviour In Company and Conversation (part 2)

Read part 1 HERE  for rules 1 to 50.

Originally posted by mercurieux

51. Wear not your Cloths, foul, ripped or Dusty but See they be Brush’d once every day at least and take heed that you approach not to any Uncleaness.

52. In your Apparel be Modest and endeavour to accommodate Nature, rather than to procure Admiration keep to the Fashion of your equals Such as are Civil and orderly with respect to Times and Places.

53. Run not in the Streets, neither go too slowly nor with Mouth open go not Shaking your Arms kick not the earth with your feet, go not upon the Toes, nor in a Dancing fashion.

54. Play not the Peacock, looking every where about you, to See if you be well Deck’t, if your Shoes fit well, if your Stockings sit neatly, and Cloths handsomely.

55. Eat not in the Streets, nor in the House, out of Season.

56. Associate yourself with Men of good Quality if you Esteem your own Reputation; for ‘tis better to be alone than in bad Company. (Associate with good people. It is better to be alone than in bad company)

57. In walking up and Down in a House, only with One in Company if he be Greater than yourself, at the first give him the Right hand and Stop not till he does and be not the first that turns, and when you do turn let it be with your face towards him, if he be a Man of Great Quality, walk not with him Cheek by Joul but Somewhat behind him; but yet in Such a Manner that he may easily Speak to you.

58. Let your Conversation be without Malice or Envy, for 'tis a Sign of a Tractable and Commendable Nature: And in all Causes of Passion admit Reason to Govern. (Always allow reason to govern your actions.)

59. Never express anything unbecoming, nor Act against the Rules Moral before your inferiors. (Never break the rules in front of your subordinates.)

60. Be not immodest in urging your Friends to Discover a Secret. (Some things are better kept secret.)

61. Utter not base and frivolous things amongst grave and Learn’d Men nor very Difficult Questions or Subjects, among the Ignorant or things hard to be believed, Stuff not your Discourse with Sentences amongst your Betters nor Equals.

62. Speak not of doleful Things in a Time of Mirth or at the Table; Speak not of Melancholy Things as Death and Wounds, and if others Mention them Change if you can the Discourse tell not your Dreams, but to your intimate Friend.

63. A Man ought not to value himself of his Achievements, or rare Qualities of wit; much less of his riches Virtue or Kindred. (A person should not overly value their own accomplishments.)

64. Break not a Jest where none take pleasure in mirth Laugh not aloud, nor at all without Occasion, deride no mans Misfortune, tho’ there Seem to be Some cause.

65. Speak not injurious Words neither in Jest nor Earnest Scoff at none although they give Occasion.

66. Be not forward but friendly and Courteous; the first to Salute hear and answer & be not Pensive when it’s a time to Converse.

67. Detract not from others neither be excessive in Commanding. (Do not detract from others nor be overbearing in giving orders.)

68. Go not thither, where you know not, whether you Shall be Welcome or not. Give not Advice without being Ask’d & when desired do it briefly. (Do not go where you are not wanted. Do not give unasked-for advice.)

69. If two contend together take not the part of either unconstrained; and be not obstinate in your own Opinion, in Things indifferent be of the Major Side. (If two people disagree, do not take one side or the other. Be flexible in your own opinions and when you don’t care, take the majority opinion.)

70. Reprehend not the imperfections of others for that belongs to Parents Masters and Superiors. (Do not correct others when it is not your place to do so.)

Originally posted by periodpoppycock

71. Gaze not on the marks or blemishes of Others and ask not how they came. What you may Speak in Secret to your Friend deliver not before others.

72. Speak not in an unknown Tongue in Company but in your own Language and that as those of Quality do and not as the Vulgar; Sublime matters treat Seriously.

73. Think before you Speak pronounce not imperfectly nor bring out your Words too hastily but orderly & distinctly.

74. When Another Speaks be attentive your Self and disturb not the Audience if any hesitate in his Words help him not nor Prompt him without desired, Interrupt him not, nor Answer him till his Speech be ended.

75. In the midst of Discourse ask not of what one treateth but if you Perceive any Stop because of your coming you may well entreat him gently to Proceed: If a Person of Quality comes in while your Conversing it’s handsome to Repeat what was said before.

76. While you are talking, Point not with your Finger at him of Whom you Discourse nor Approach too near him to whom you talk especially to his face.

77. Treat with men at fit Times about Business & Whisper not in the Company of Others.

78. Make no Comparisons and if any of the Company be Commended for any brave act of Virtue, commend not another for the Same. (Don’t compare yourselves amongst yourselves.)

79. Be not apt to relate News if you know not the truth thereof. In Discoursing of things you Have heard Name not your Author always A Secret Discover not. (Do not be quick to talk about something when you don’t have all the facts.)

80. Be not Tedious in Discourse or in reading unless you find the Company pleased therewith.

Originally posted by matt-smith-gifs

81. Be not Curious to Know the Affairs of Others neither approach those that Speak in Private. (Do not be curious about the affairs of others.)

82. Undertake not what you cannot Perform but be Careful to keep your Promise. (Do not start what you cannot finish. Keep your promises.)

83. When you deliver a matter do it without Passion & with Discretion, however mean the Person be you do it too.

84. When your Superiors talk to any Body hearken not neither Speak nor Laugh.

85. In Company of these of Higher Quality than yourself Speak not 'til you are ask’d a Question then Stand upright put of your Hat & Answer in few words.

86. In Disputes, be not So Desirous to Overcome as not to give Liberty to each one to deliver his Opinion and Submit to the Judgment of the Major Part especially if they are Judges of the Dispute.

87. Let thy carriage be such as becomes a Man Grave Settled and attentive to that which is spoken. Contradict not at every turn what others Say.

88. Be not tedious in Discourse, make not many Digressions, nor repeat often the Same manner of Discourse.

89. Speak not Evil of the absent for it is unjust. (Do not speak badly of those who are not present.)

90. Being Set at meat Scratch not neither Spit Cough or blow your Nose except there’s a Necessity for it.

Originally posted by foodincinema

91. Make no Shew of taking great Delight in your Victuals, Feed not with Greediness; cut your Bread with a Knife, lean not on the Table, neither find fault with what you Eat.

92. Take no Salt or cut Bread with your Knife Greasy.

93. Entertaining any one at table it is decent to present him with meat, Undertake not to help others undesired by the Master.

94. If you Soak bread in the Sauce let it be no more than what you put in your Mouth at a time and blow not your broth at Table but Stay till Cools of it’s Self.

95. Put not your meat to your Mouth with your Knife in your hand, neither Spit forth the Stones of any fruit Pye upon a Dish nor Cast anything under the table.

96. It’s unbecoming to Stoop much to ones Meat Keep your Fingers clean & when foul wipe them on a Corner of your Table Napkin.

97. Put not another bit into your Mouth 'til the former be Swallowed let not your Morsels be too big for the Jowls. (Don’t take so big a bite that you must chew with your mouth open.)

98. Drink not nor talk with your mouth full neither Gaze about you while you are a Drinking.

99. Drink not too leisurely nor yet too hastily. Before and after Drinking wipe your Lips breath not then or Ever with too Great a Noise, for its uncivil.

100. Cleanse not your teeth with the Table Cloth Napkin Fork or Knife but if Others do it let it be done with a Pick Tooth.

Originally posted by southerntinkerbelle

101. Rinse not your Mouth in the Presence of Others.

102. It is out of use to call upon the Company often to Eat nor need you Drink to others every Time you Drink.

103. In Company of your Betters be not longer in eating than they are lay not your Arm but only your hand upon the table.

104 It belongs to the Chiefest in Company to unfold his Napkin and fall to Meat first, But he ought then to Begin in time & to Dispatch with Dexterity that the Slowest may have time allowed him.

105. Be not Angry at Table whatever happens & if you have reason to be so, Shew it not but on a Cheerful Countenance especially if there be Strangers for Good Humour makes one Dish of Meat a Feast.

106. Set not yourself at the upper of the Table but if it Be your Due or that the Master of the house will have it So, Contend not, least you Should Trouble the Company.

107. If others talk at Table be attentive but talk not with Meat in your Mouth. (Show interest in others conversation, but don’t talk with your mouth full.)

108. When you Speak of God or his Attributes, let it be Seriously & with Reverence. Honour & Obey your Natural Parents although they be Poor.

109. Let your Recreations be Manful not Sinful.

110. Labour to keep alive in your Breast that Little Spark of Celestial fire Called Conscience. (Don’t allow yourself to become jaded, cynical or calloused.)