thecutiekitsune  asked:

So I'm a sucker for jealousy and protectiveness right now, how about a Modern AU with Judar, Kouha and Hakuryuu were their FemSO takes them to a county fair and they all have a really good time, and then as night falls all the drunks start to come out and RIGHT as the boys aren't looking some of them get handsy with their girl! >:3c If possible I'd love to see this as a polyamorours scenario but you definitely do not have to do that :3

You’ll have to forgive me, but I don’t really agree with poly when it comes to relationships (sexual or romantic) so I’m going to have to write this as monoamorous simply because of that, please forgive me. 

I also don’t feel I’d be able to quite capture this request well in scenarios so I hope you can forgive me for doing headcanons instead


  • He is not happy when he sees this
  • Oh boy, not happy at all
  • He’ll roughly pull them off of her and get up close to their face
  • He threatens them pretty seriously
  • She belongs to him, no one else is allowed to touch her and he’s got no reservations saying it out loud
  • He’ll knock them down to the ground and grab her arm, dragging her away
  • He will make sure she remembers later that she’s his
  • He does keep an eye out for anyone else stupid enough to try their chances with her


  • He’ll look calm about the whole thing as he goes to her rescue
  • But as soon as he’s gotten them off of her, he looks pissed
  • He calmly states that he’s not above murdering for her
  • Then adds in that anyone who touches his girl without her permission won’t likely be found.
  • He’ll pull her to his side and smile frighteningly
  • “If I see you anywhere near her again, I hope you’ve got a will made”
  • He walks away with her right at his side
  • He keeps her close after that and always keeps a hold on her in someway, mainly hand holding or having his arm around her


  • He’s quick to run to her aide
  • He’ll grab their arm and refuse to let go until they’ve gotten their hands off her
  • He’s glaring at them and then reaches his hand out to her and asks her if she was okay
  • How can he be so sweet but want to kill someone at the same time
  • She’s holding his hand tightly and walking closer to him than usual as they walk away
  • He’ll sit her down somewhere less crowded and ask her if she’s okay again or if she wants to go home
  • He promises her he won’t mind if she wants to go home, he’s there to take care of her after all
The Importance of Iron in Witchcraft

So, I got a lot of really positive feedback about my post about salt in witchcraft, so here’s another one just for you about iron!

Iron, like salt, has been used for many thousands of years as a potent tool in the practices of witchcraft. Iron is one of the most abundant metals in our planet, and is also a really great metal for making into tools. It’s tough, hard, ductile and with a high melting point that makes it ideal for situations in which you might need a tool to work under extremely hot conditions. It’s also one of only three ferromagnetic metals (along with nickel and cobalt), making it an essential part of most magnets and compasses.

In astrophysics, iron is extremely important in the life cycle of stars. Iron is one of the most atomically stable substances in the universe, and it’s also unique because it’s the first element in the periodic table to require more energy to MAKE it than it gives out from atomic fusion. This is important, because when a star gets older and fuses hydrogen to make helium, helium to make beryllium and all the rest, once it starts fusing atoms to make iron, the star begins to die. So, iron is an element that signals the death of stars, and any element that weighs MORE than iron (atomically speaking) can only be made in supernovas - that is, the explosion that takes place when a really BIG star dies.

In biology, iron is one of the most important elements in mammalian, reptilian and avian blood, because it’s the element that we use in the chemical haemoglobin. This is the chemical in our blood cells that binds to oxygen and keeps us alive. Crustaceans like lobsters don’t use iron - they use copper, and instead make haemocyanin, which makes their blood blue! However, just like in stars, iron can mean death for humans as well. If we overdose on iron, we suffer from iron heavy metal poisoning; when we get crushed by a heavy object we can suffer a disease called traumatic rhabdomyolysis or Crush Syndrome, caused by vast amounts of myoglobin (another iron-based compound, found in muscles, which gives them extra oxygen to use) entering our kidneys and killing them, and as a result killing us.

Iron in science is an element of life, death, and of many points in between. But what about its uses in witchcraft?

Witchy Facts about Iron!

  1. Iron is stable. Iron’s stability, both atomically and magickally, makes it a fantastic magickal conductor, and also means that magick doesn’t seem to affect iron very much. Enchantments on iron are never as strong as on other metals, and even the best witches will have difficulty making an enchantment or other spell anchor properly. However, this has the advantage that iron doesn’t pick up negative magick from background sources, and it’s extremely unlikely that there will be issues with ritual or altar tools made from iron. Keeping your magickal supplies inside an iron or steel box, or a box that’s been nailed together with iron nails, will prevent them from leaking out and attracting spirits that might cause harm.

  2. Iron is protective. Along with silver and a few other little bits and bobs, negative spirits and fae folk cannot touch iron lest it burn them and cause them pain. Additionally, negative magicks targetted at someone wearing an iron pendant will be attracted into the pendant and then dispelled. This makes it an ideal protective charm for everyday carry or everyday wear.

    This is why horseshoes are considered lucky
    - back in Medieval times, when protection against negative spirits and magick was much more widely practiced, poor families would often be unable to afford much iron. However, a horseshoe is made of iron, and comes with holes already cast into it, which allow you to nail one over your door easily, which keeps out harmful spirits, magick, and fae, who might seek to hurt you or your family.

  3. Iron is inconspicuous. Anyone can carry an iron nail after all, and a little piece of iron wrought and twisted into a small pendant is far from a traditional witch’s item. Those secret witches who perhaps do not live with accepting families or within an accepting community or country can find great solace in the use of iron as a protective charm.

  4. Iron is cheap. Iron nails, iron rods and iron knifes are pretty easy to get hold of and relatively quite cheap. They’re versatile and not especially likely to draw attention to you - after all, nobody’s likely to question why someone has a couple of iron nails twisted into a pendant, and if they do question it, why it’s just an artistic display! And of course, easy to replace with $5 worth of string, iron and a hammer.

  5. Iron is ancient. Iron is one of the oldest protective charms out there, right up with salt and sage. It’s been used for literally thousands of years to protect people against everything from wolves to armies to poltergeists. That’s a pretty impressive history!

  6. Iron is practical! The best cookware I’ve ever used has always been my cast iron cookware set, which makes better food than I’ve ever tasted, and it’s very easy to clean. It’s also extremely hardwearing - I wholly expect to one day be able to pass on my cast iron frying pan and wok to my grandchildren, and it was already been owned by my mother and father before me. Iron knifes are sharper and cut cleaner than almost anything except obsidian, and high-carbon steel (an alloy of iron and carbon) is the best cutting edge known in bushcrafting circles, where all the best knives are made from it

I hope this helps all you lovely witches and magick users out there!

– Juniper

Imagine Person A beginning to doze off while Person B is holding them. Person B whispers “I’ll protect you” and Person A tiredly mumbles “From what?” Person B thinks for a moment and says “I don’t know. Anything.”

Natsu: Damn, I can’t find Lucy
Natsu: …. hmmm *cups hands to mouth*
Erza: I’ll save- *is shoved out of the way*
Gray: I guess I’ll save the idio- *is pushed into tree*
Gajeel: Hmph, I’ll- *is kicked across the room*
Macao: I’ll return the favor and save h- *is stepped on*
Wakaba: I’ll- *is punched in the face*
Levy: I can- *bumped out of the way*
Juvia: I’ll try to- *is tripped over*
Wendy: I’ll save you Natsu-san! *gently shoved to the side*
Sting and Rogue: We’ll- *twin punched in the face*
Lucy: *footsteps and pterodactyl screeching*
Lucy: *kung-fu kicking everything in her path*
Natsu: *looking around at room where everyone is lying unconscious on the floor*
Natsu: *clutches heart* Found her  


Lauren is ready to fight. 👊💥 Video Interview : Dan and Maz Circa : March 2015

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Please tell me I’m not the only one that gets very protective of my books when someone asks to borrow them.. Don’t get me wrong I’m flattered someone wants to read a book I’ve read but it’s just I don’t trust people with my babies, you’ll rip them or treat them poorly or loose them or never give them back and I just can’t have that.
My books. My babies.