me: oh wow i can’t wait to read this fic about my favorite star wars character, finn
y’all: what if finn, a grown ass man who successfully threw off years of brainwashing in a literal day, was completely unsure of how to act around close friends and can’t even figure out the simplest things
i had a meeting with all my client leaders today walking them through some things in their system and i had to use a fake candidate for the demo….. and you bet your ass i used lena luthor just so i could say ‘lena’ 100x during a meeting. i regret nothing.
I’ve been feeling pretty bummed out this entire day for no real reason so I doodled this comic. Idk, it seemed cute and funny in my head.
For context, Magical Hero Fi seriously injured Mobster Ghirahim to the point where he needed to be hospitalized for several weeks. She felt so bad about it that she visited him at the hospital everyday and paid for his medical bills. Needless to say Ghirahim caught the feels for her during this time.
I… dislike this. Truth is I’ve been feeling down for a while now, and I’m not as excited about fanfiction as I once were. Which is why this might be a weird read in some parts. But, alas, it is here. Honestly, I don’t know if I would have done a better job had I waited for inspiration or whatever. Still, I hope you like it!
When Spencer woke up the next day, he was feeling much better. His throat was practically healed, his nose wasn’t as runny, and his body wasn’t so sore anymore. He took a sip of the water at his bedside table. It took him a few seconds to remember that that cup of water was only there because of (Y/N), who had been at his home to take care of him, but he didn’t remember much. Did she stay the night? His memories were fuzzy. That couldn’t be a good sign.
He left his room looking for her, immediately seeing her still asleep on his couch. Spencer smiled, fighting the urge to remove a strand of hair that had fallen on her face. Seeing her like this, so worried about him, so concerned for his safety, it felt weird. Spencer knew she would always have his back, of course. They were FBI agents, their jobs were dangerous and they needed to trust each other on the field, and with their lifes, no less.
But this, having her getting him soup and making sure he took his meds. That was pure bliss. Which is why he was having a hard time understanding why it was happening. While Spencer was making them some coffee, he wondered why the coworker who didn’t really seem to like him, the one who was nothing more than a colleague, was the one currently sleeping at his place, having spent the night to look after him. The dishes from the day before were washed, his house was neat. She must have done that.
Why? Why was she there? As Spencer filled up two mugs with coffee, he pondered why the most reticent person in the team had been so worried about him to the point of coming to his home. He sat at the couch near her feet and waited.
soooooooo since I’ve been immersing myself in overwatch fandom lately (mostly mchanzo fics tbh) I decided to make another side blog so I can reblog ALL the OW stuff I find that strikes my fancy, instead of just reblogging a select few here. :U anyway, I’ve got a queue set up over there, and while I’m not following a ton of OW blogs, it’s such a big fandom that I’m having no problems finding stuff to put there. if you want to follow for the reblogs (I seriously doubt I’ll post any original content there, unless I end up writing fic) it’s at @watchdoll. thought I’d keep the theme going with the names. ;B
I really like RoE’s characters. For the most part, they’re all really interesting. I want to like RoE too, but the plot and conflict are just so badly written. Like… it’s always really nonsensical conflict stuff going on. Stuff that could be easily avoided or that they could talk themselves out of and yet the all act as if there is only one option available or act surprised when something bad happened.