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My Puppy | 1

Originally posted by rapnamu

CHAPTER ONE

Chapters: [1] [2] [3]

Pairing: Taehyung X Reader-First Person View

Genre & Warnings: SMUT, fluff, pet play. 

Word Count: 4,406

NOTE: Pure Filth. Turn back now if you don’t want to see. Turning Tae Tae into my Fuck Puppy (Thanks, Anon). Soft femdom. Let me tell you, it was an EXPERIENCE writing this, and I am still not entirely pleased with it. Mostly because I’m never happy with my own smut writing. I had to do so much research, so Google probably thinks I’m freaky naughty af. Which I suppose I am considering I wrote this lol. So, for those that are hardcore into this and believe I didn’t portray it well enough, I’m sorry, I tried. And I learned quite a bit about myself, like the fact that if I ever get my hands on someone like Tae, I am so going to try this. Now enjoy, and excuse me as I go drench myself in holy water to cleanse myself of sin. 


“You know, I hate the winter. It reminds me of your cold heart.”

My now ex-boyfriend mutters this line, looking into the snowy sky. He sighs loudly and saunters off, without looking back. What a fucking drama queen. I can’t help but snort as I watch him disappear into the light snowfall, and wonder what movie he got that line from.

Cold heart.

I don’t have a cold heart. He was just a damn bore. He never wanted to do anything but watch movies and freaked out if I suggested anything besides missionary. I’ve been thinking about breaking up with him for weeks now but was putting it off because I knew he’d cry. This saved me all the hassle.

Note to self: Don’t date actors.

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4

POIROT IS LIKE A KISS

Okay but consider CEO!Seungcheol and Secretary!Jeonghan though:

Seungcheol is the CEO of some big shot company and Jeonghan is his secretary but rumour has it that he got the job with his pretty face (and that he’s more of a bed warmer than a secretary).

One day, the CEO of a rival company decides to approach Jeonghan with an offer: betray Seungcheol and all his secrets in exchange for double of what he gets paid right now and a manager position to top things off, a much more respected position than a bed warming secretary.

To the surprise of no one, Jeonghan is seduced by the offer and promptly accepts, going as far as bargaining for an even high pay. When he leaves, the rival CEO scoffs at how disgustingly easy it was. He almost feels bad for Choi but he was too busy thinking of ways to get rid of Jeonghan as soon as he gets his hands on the information he wants.

When Jeonghan contacts him, the man sets up a meeting at one of his usual “business” places. Unsurprisingly, Jeonghan comes alone with a stack of documents tucked under his arm. He hands everything over without a fuss.

How dumb, didn’t even ask to make sure I pay him before handing me everything…” is what the rival CEO thinks as he grabs the stack of papers that will ruin Choi Seungcheol. A brief glance at the titles confirmed that they are indeed the information he wanted.

When Jeonghan demands to get his portion of the deal, the CEO simply snaps his fingers once and Jeonghan finds himself surrounded by men almost twice his size. “I got what I wanted, you literally have no value to me now; however, you might be able to provide some decent entertainment to my men if rumours are to be trusted,” he explains, a wicked sneer twisting his features into something truly ugly.

Inexplicably, Jeonghan lets out a sigh and that is precisely the moment everything goes to hell.

Before the CEO gets a sense of the sudden explosion of activity around him, Jeonghan had already incapacitated all of his men. They laid in a pile of groaning, useless mess.

The CEO could only stare as Jeonghan passes a hand through his slightly mussed up hair, clucking at how messy his clothes got during the altercations. He smoothes everything as best he could before turning to the quivering boss.

“Well, I got everything I needed from you,” Jeonghan says in an incredibly bored voice as he searches for something in his pocket.

A recorder.

Jeonghan approaches the boss.

“If everything goes according to plan, your business operations will close down within 21 days and you go bankrupt,” he continues as he rummages through the CEO’s bag. “If I’m lucky, maybe you’ll even get a hefty amount of jail time,” Jeonghan concludes as he fishes out the stack of papers he came in with.

He waves it in front of the frozen CEO’s face. “I don’t know what you were planning on doing with a stack of IKEA instruction manuals but a little lesson for next time: maybe read through the documents and not just glance at the titles? Titles can be terribly misleading after all.”

He continues somewhat mockingly, “Well you did save me a lot of time from faking information. Guess I can tell Cheol I win the bet then.” A smile full of pity graces his features as he says in an almost sad tone. “Can you believe how much he believed in you? He had so much faith that you would detect the ruse. Alas…”

Jeonghan walks towards the exit but stops before going through. He turns his head slightly to speak over his shoulder. “Oh, I almost forgot: the rumours are true by the way. I am a bed warmer,” he says, as off-handedly as one would comment on the weather. His tone suddenly gets a playful edge to it, “But not everyone gets the privilege of using this bed warmer, especially not someone as un-gentlemanly and, dare I say, stupid, as you. It’s been a while I met someone this brainless and easy to fool… it was almost entertaining to watch.”

With a small wave, he crosses the threshold and disappears.

——————

Back at the company, Jeonghan finishes reporting everything to Seungcheol.

“Are you sure you don’t want to clear those rumours about how you got this job?” Seungcheol asks for the umpth time, somehow still managing to sound worried about Jeonghan.

“Cheol, of course I’m sure. I spread those rumours for a reason, it would be absolutely stupid of me to clear them up now,” Jeonghan rolls his eyes.

“Hmm, you can blame my worry on the fact that I don’t like seeing my boyfriend degraded by all these thugs,” Seungcheol answers petulantly. This was a side to him only Jeonghan was familiar with.

Jeonghan shakes his head slightly before taking Seungcheol in for a hug. His boyfriend might be one of the most powerful people in all of South Korea and definitely the youngest to achieve that title but he could definitely still be a big baby when he wanted to. “I am hardly being degraded. This kind of field work is so much funner than spending all my waking hours worrying about paperwork which, given my degrees and a different boss, I would have been stuck in.”

“‘Degrees’, yes, because you’re literally overqualified for any white collared job out there,” Seungcheol untangles himself from Jeonghan’s hug to think for a second before continuing. “Overqualified might still be the understatement of the year when it comes to you… If you wanted to, with your background and credits, you could probably take over the company and barely lift a finger doing it,” he teased.

“I could but where’s the fun in that,” Jeonghan shoots back, the playful edge of his voice matching that of his boyfriend. “You don’t give yourself enough credit either. It’s not like you can build and maintain a modern empire worth a few billions thhrough sheer power of will and luck alone,” he reminds Seungcheol.

Seungcheol only shrugs.

“Okay enough dilly-dallying.”

That tone means business. Jeonghan feels his own posture straighten as he lets his professional side take the reigns. Seungcheol’s eyes are sharp as he considers his next words carefully.

“There have been some… disconcerting rumous abour a certain MyeongCheon Inc. and I want you to investigate and determine what their goal is and how we factor into their plans-“

So…all things going well, I may have tattoo 11 done next week. What do we think?

independent.co.uk
THIS. IS. NOT. NORMAL! White House blocks news outlets from media briefing
The White House has blocked several high-profile media outlets from its press briefing. The Trump administration on Friday blocked legacy outlets including CNN, BBC, The New York Times, LA Times, the New York Daily News, the Daily Mail, and others from the White House press briefing. Officials also approved outlets who typically provide favourable coverage of the new administration. Several media outlets including the Associated Press and TIME Magazine declined to attend the briefing to boycott the President's decision.

Justin Carissimo at The Independent:

The White House has blocked several major news outlets from covering its press briefing.

White House Press Secretary Spicer on Friday hand selected news outlets to participate in an off-camera “gaggle” with reporters inside his West Wing office instead of the James S Brady Press Briefing Room.

The news outlets blocked from the press briefing include organisations who President Trump has criticised by name. CNN, BBC, The New York Times, LA Times, New York Daily News, Daily Mail, were among the news outlets barred from the gathering.

Instead, the press secretary hand-picked news outlets including Breitbart News, One America News Network, The Washington Times, all news organisations with far-right leanings. Others major outlets approved for t group included ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, Reuters and Bloomberg.

“Nothing like this has ever happened at the White House in our long history of covering multiple administrations of different parties,” Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times said in a statement. “We strongly protest the exclusion of The New York Times and the other news organizations. Free media access to a transparent government is obviously of crucial national interest.”

Several media outlets including the Associated Press and TIME Magazine declined to attend the briefing to boycott the President’s decision.

The White House Correspondents’ Association also criticised the decision.

“The WHCA board is protesting strongly against how today’s gaggle is being handled by the White House,” Jeff Mason, the association’s president, said in a statement.

“We encourage the organizations that were allowed in to share the material with others in the press corps who were not. The board will be discussing this further with White House staff.”

And it’s also anti-American, to boot.

sugar ❖ sehun (4)

❝You ain’t coming in my apartment if you smoke another cigarette❞

admin : - velvet
genre : fluff, smut (i know i said that this chap would have smut, but this was gettin too long, so smut in the next i promise you), pretty huge age gap, kinda daddyish, ceo!sehun, angst


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Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 5 | Epilogue


When you entered Sehun’s office you quickly noticed how it reflexed perfectly his personality, it was tidy, everything has its own place and purpose, not even the bottle of wine was there just for please the aesthetic of the office, everything was grey or white, it looked sad and that was exactly why Sehun and his office were equal.

Take a seat❞ he suggested showing you the big black armchair in front of his desk. With trembling legs you reached for the seat, sitting down with your eyes trailing on his figure.

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Upon meeting Hwang Minhyun, the CEO of vampire-run company Empire, you’re intimidated by his cold nature and enormous levels of success. As the only human working at Empire, you’re bound to get yourself in a few sticky situations, but you’d never guessed that you’d be falling for your boss.

  • for anon who requested vampire!minhyun
  • in the same universe as moonstone
  • warnings for drinking blood

“Ah, no, no, no, no,” you groaned, bouncing on the balls of your feet, periodically glancing at your watch as though it would make time slow. “Today’s the worst day for this to happen.”

You were currently on the bus in morning traffic, and your job interview for the biggest shot in your life was in 10 minutes. You were half an hour away.

The bus inched slowly through the thick traffic, drawing closer and closer to your destination. By the time you were able to finally extract yourself from the crowd on the bus, you were ten minutes late to your interview. When you raced onto the elevator of the huge skyscraper that housed Empire and Co, you were fifteen minutes late. By the time you dashed to the receptionist desk, hair messy and breathing hard, you were twenty minutes late to your job interview for salesperson at Empire and Co, one of the largest corporations in the world.

“Name?” The receptionist asked, not even looking up as her perfectly manicured nails tapped away on the keyboard.

“(y/n) (y/l/n),” you said breathlessly, doing your best to smooth down your suit jacket.

The receptionist looked up sharply, nose wrinkled as she made eye contact with you. Her eyes turned a slight tinted red, as she handed you a visitor badge, her cold, elegant fingers brushing against yours.

You did your best to ignore her stare as you made your way to the conference room where the interviews were being held, pushing the door open tentatively.

“Who is it?” A male voice asked sharply, and you stumbled inside, straightening up quickly as you scanned the room. There were five males in total, four of them sitting in folding chairs, and the fifth standing in front of them. His presence was commanding, and you’d recognize those sharp cheekbones and piercing eyes anywhere—Hwang Minhyun.

“I’m (y/n), one of the applicants,” you managed to stammer out, hurrying inside to take the final seat at the back of the conference room.

“You’re late,” Minhyun drawled, eyes pinning you down as though you were a lowly bug.

“It won’t happen again,” you rushed to say, half-bowing from your seat. One of the other applicants turned in his seat and faced you, scoffing. His crimson irises made your blood run cold as you realized just what kind of situation you’d gotten yourself into. Empire was known for being an almost exclusively vampire-run corporation. You were one of the few humans brave enough to even apply for a job there, and it was honestly a miracle that you’d secured an interview at all.

“Now, as I was explaining,” Minhyun began pacing back and forth in front of the room, hands clasped behind his back, “we’re looking to expand our market. We need a salesperson who thinks quickly on their feet, is innovative, and a problem-solver.” You perked up at that—those were definitely words that you’d used on your resume. “This interview will be conducted in two segments. The first half will be the group interview—obviously, I’ll be asking you all questions. Feel free to answer them if you feel comfortable, and if you do not, I won’t pressure you. The second half will be a more hands-on project. I’ll be giving each of you an information packet, and will expect a detailed report on it. You’ll be giving those to me at the end of this interview.”

You nodded to yourself—you could totally do this. All it would take is a little concentration and hard work.

“So, first question,” Minhyun said with an eerily charming smile, eyes darting down to the paper in front of him. “What strengths do you possess that will benefit this company?”

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BSD Chapter 58.5

Yet another short chapter this time. The chapter’s name is “Sunday Tragedy - Last part”. 

I thought the scanlation would be out very soon so I intended to skip it. However I did receive some requests anyway so let me just go through it very quickly. I hope I didn’t make any major mistakes… Thank you for reading, as always.

                                                SPOILERS AHEAD

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wsj.com
Handwriting Expert Makes New Shakespeare Discoveries
Folger scholar leads project to transcribe and digitize hundreds of documents about the Bard, discovering details that were overlooked for centuries.
By Jennifer Maloney

Folger scholar Dr. Heather Wolfe leads project to transcribe and digitize hundreds of documents about the Bard, discovering details that were overlooked for centuries.

““Wow,” said Harvard University professor Stephen Greenblatt, when told this week by The Wall Street Journal that Dr. Wolfe’s colleague had found the document. Dr. Greenblatt has written about the episode but didn’t know a more detailed account existed. “So many things are lost and have disappeared,” he said. “We think we know the past. We don’t know the past. We know pieces of the past.””

The Devil Drinks Tequila

BTS Yoongi / Bad Boy / Words: 4,617 / Warnings: underage drinking, lotta cursing
@savageyoonji requested:  Hey!! could I possibly request a drabble (or whatever you prefer) about being at school with Suga who is kind of a bad boy and you have a tiny secret crush on him? Thank you so much!!
A/N: this took 10 years and it aint even good im so sorry

Black printed words on a page floated before your vision like waves in the ocean before you blinked hard, wishing that the school sold coffee somewhere on campus. No matter how long your afternoon naps were, or how early you shut your phone off and retired it to your nightstand, you were always so damn tired. And it didn’t help when your government teacher was a raving bitch, that yelled at the whole class like a madwoman about a cheating scandal that she claims to have happened. You had probably rolled your eyes fifty times that day, because you were so done with high school and teachers and the way they believed they could manipulate students just because they were older. But there you were, stuck in the library, trying to force yourself to care about the media and it’s impact on public opinion. But no matter how hard you tried, you couldn’t find a way.

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