series 1 6


Again and again the voice would come, touching him in the void, bringing fleeting memories of gleaming castle spires and clashing swords and love and laughter and pain. 

But then the darkness would return, and pull him back under, and sweep everything away. 

It was like that for a long time.

Until quite suddenly, it wasn’t.  

Arthur… Please…

This time, the voice brought with it a flood of memory that did not fade.  

Merlin,” he thought, and turned from the darkness.

This time, it let him go.

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GONE instagram AU where the FAYZ never happened and they can go to the movies at the weekend / The Big Four 


Call The Midwife, series 6, episode 1 - Patsy and Delia scenes.

…some fluff, some angst and a fair bit of cocktail-shaking!

A Series of Unfortunate Events (1-6) Starter Sentences

“Look at that mysterious figure emerging from the fog.”
“What do you think it is?”
“We’re alone on the beach.”
“I’m very, very sorry to tell you this…”
“How fascinating.”
“Killing us would do him/her no good.”
“I don’t think it’s going to help us anyway.”
“If I were you, I’d start acting a little nicer." 
“I was just thinking how much I wanted to see your pretty face.”
“I can’t believe how easily I was tricked.”
“It’s taken me a lifetime to put together.”
“They wouldn’t want us to be miserable.”
“I hate losing my train of thought.”
“It must have fallen from the window.”
“She/He’s dead?”
“Accidents happen all the time.”
“I was just surprised.”
“Nice girls shouldn’t know how to do such things.”
“That scream is absolutely fake.”
“You were lying!”
“You can’t believe everything you read.”
“I would rather eat dirt.”
“You are being unbearable, with a U.”
“And you are being stupid, with an S.”
“We can’t go there.”
“Nothing you can say will change my mind.”
“I don’t have time to argue with you!”
“You mean you never talk to him/her?”
“Whatever happened to you?”
“I’m having trouble remembering things.”
“You look just alike.”
“Now please go away.”
“But that can’t be.”
“I haven’t figured out a thing.”
“Let’s go right this minute.”
“Nothing will go wrong this time.”