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daintymissdevitt  asked:

no idea if youre still doing these babe buuuuuuuut: Meeting Kenny after a show because he noticed you Kenny proposing to you

Meeting Kenny after a Show:

- Your ears were still burning from what had transpired forty five minutes ago
- You’d been lucky enough to score a ringside seat, granted you were by yourself, but still! ringside seat!
- Kenny Omega had made his triumphant return to NJPW with an invigorated Bullet Club at his back, and proceeded to lay waste to CHAOS’ Kazuchika Okada and Suzuki-gun Minoru Suzuki
-  the crowd in the hall had completely hushed as Kenny gave another of his rambling speeches
- “You all thought I was gone. You all thought I was dead. You alllll thought Bullet Club was dead. Well I got some fuckin’ news for ya, Bullet Club is f-f-f-f-for life. And I’m in a celebrating mood. And what better way to celebrate than to take a beautiful woman out for a night out on the town. What do ya say toots?”
- Kenny was leaning on the top rope, looking directly at you in a way that made your insides churn in the most pleasant manner
- You were just left with your mouth agape, stuttering
- Kenny’s smile was practically devastating
- “I’ll meet you outside toots.”
- And here you were, outside of the venue near the backdoor, where one of the young lions had escorted you
- It was still a little chilly out and your lightweight jacket was doing nothing to stop your shivers
- Not more than a couple moments of shivering later, a heavy and warm jacket was draped over your shoulders that smelled distinctively of male
- You looked over your  shoulder and your face flushed. Kenny, with his two toned curls still a little wet and a wide grin, was standing behind you
- “I know this amazing little Vietnamese cafe, serves the best coffee. Want to come grab a cup with me toots?”



Kenny Proposing:

-  You knew something was up
- Kenny had been missing in action all day and the Bucks and Adam had been doing their best to keep you distracted
- It was useless grilling Adam, the man was a cool cucumber under pressure
- Matt had actually duct taped his mouth shut, so that he wouldn’t have to answer any questions
- Which left poor Nick bearing the brunt of your questions and valiantly trying to fend you and your questions off
- Your relentless needling had rattled Nick so much that Adam swooped in and dragged you off to get sushi, to prevent the Jackson brother from exploding
- it was four hours and half your body weight in sushi later, that you were allowed back to the apartment that you shared with Kenny
- The Bucks and Adam had conspicuously disappeared as you opened the door to an almost completely dark apartment
- the only light was that from the candles that dotted a neat path towards your bedroom
- there were rose petals delicately laid across the floor and photos of your relationship with Kenny placed strategically in picture frames down the hall
- Tears were burning at the back of your eyelids and excitement bubbled through your veins
- Could it…?
- You opened the door to your bedroom and there he was, the love of your life
- Kenny was there, with a little black velvet box in hand
- He crossed the room faster that lightening, took your left hand, and dropped to a knee
- “(Y/N). Will you marry me?”

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SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #278
SONIC’s planet-wide chase CONTINUES!”Face of the Enemy” Part One: Sonic, Antoine and Big head to Shamar to rescue another Gaia Key Guardian! They’re calling in the reinforcements and getting some help from the local Freedom Fighters-but will that really be enough to get past the fearsome Egg Army? Then, in “Hidden Costs” Part Two: Get ringside seats to Bunnie vs. Cassia. It’s the can’t-miss Cyborg fight of the century! Featuring cover art by jamming Jamal Peppers and a “Maniacal” variant By CG artist Rafa Knight!
Script: Ian Flynn, Aleah Baker
Art: Adam Bryce Thomas, Evan Stanley, Terry Austin, John Workman & Gabriel Cassata
Sonic the Hedgehog #278 CVR A Reg: Jamal Peppers, Terry Austin, Elaina Unger
Sonic the Hedgehog #278 CVR B Variant: Rafa Knight
On Sale Date: 11/18
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

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SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #278
Script: Ian Flynn
Art: Adam Bryce Thomas, Evan Stanley, Terry Austin, John Workman & Gabriel Cassata
Sonic the Hedgehog #278 CVR A Reg: Jamal Peppers, Terry Austin, Elaina Unger
Sonic the Hedgehog #278 CVR B Variant: Rafa Knight
On Sale Date: 11/11
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

SONIC’s planet-wide chase CONTINUES! “Face of the Enemy” Part One: Sonic, Antoine and Big head to Shamar to rescue another Gaia Key Guardian! They’re calling in the reinforcements and getting some help from the local Freedom Fighters-but will that really be enough to get past the fearsome Egg Army? Then, in “Hidden Costs” Part Two: Get ringside seats to Bunnie vs. Cassia. It’s the can’t-miss Cyborg fight of the century! Featuring cover art by jamming Jamal Peppers and a “Maniacal” variant By CG artist Rafa Knight!

“Well, well, well. Who do we have here?” A voice, dripping with cold amusement, resonates down the hallway, causing Maddie to jump backwards in alarm. “Does Dad know you’re bringing a date?” the brunette purrs.

Madeleine glares at her oldest sister, irritation written all over her face. “And how is it your business, Natalie?”

“Oh, it’s not,” she laughs. “I just want to make sure I get a ringside seat, that’s all.” And with her piece spoken, Natalie sashays back into the condo, much like a cat dragging in a prized mouse to show off to its family.

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As Europe enjoyed a partial solar eclipse on the morning of Friday 20 March 2015, ESA’s Sun-watching Proba-2 minisatellite had a ringside seat from orbit. Proba-2 used its SWAP imager to capture the Moon passing in front of the Sun. SWAP views the solar disc at extreme ultraviolet wavelengths to capture the turbulent surface of the Sun and its swirling corona.

Credit: ESA

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Make it, goodnight! Baby goodbye! ”

The Day After Mars : October 31, 1938 was the day after Martians encountered planet Earth, and everything was calm. Reports of the invasion were revealed to be part of a Halloween radio drama, the now famous broadcast based on H.G. Wells’ scifi novel War of the Worlds. On Mars October 20, 2014 was calm too, the day after its close encounter with Comet Siding Spring. Not a hoax, this comet really did come within 86,700 miles or so of Mars, about 1/3 the Earth-Moon distance. Earth’s spacecraft and rovers in Mars orbit and on the surface reported no ill effects though, and had a ringside seat as a visitor from the outer solar system passed by. Spanning over 2 degrees against stars of the constellation Ophiuchus, this colorful telescopic snapshot captures our view of Mars on the day after. Bluish star 51 Ophiuchi is at the upper right and the comet is just emerging from the Red Planet’s bright glare. via NASA