Allura and the Paladins go to a planet to form an alliance, and the aliens want to play their planet’s national anthem, so out of respect they listen to it and…it’s fuckin Toxic by Brittany Spears. Pidge would probably die from laughter and Allura and Shiro try to control their team like the mom and dad they are while Lance just starts crying, wraps his arms around Keith and Hunk, and starts screeching the lyrics.
Was it requested: Kinda but not really? Idk, it’s yes and no. Fandom: Marvel/Sherlock Pairing: Loki/reader, Moriarty/reader Rating: Your gran’s gonna beat the shit out of me with a bloody used tea bag, and I don’t think that’s my cup of tea, so don’t show her. Warnings: *vague shrug*, smut, angst, swearing, smoking, drinking, ANGST, more angst, love triangles, all that jazz. Summary: Rock song prompts: System Of A Down + 14, “You free your life”
Biffy Clyro + 5 + 10, “Wouldn’t go there without you”, “Nothing lasts forever, except you and me”
Good Charlotte + 4 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14, “I could never live the way they’d want” “I will wait for you” “I will stay” “Motivate me” “That’s what I’m told”
Five Finger Death Punch + 6 + 8, “She was a princess” “This is my time to shine”
Steel Panther + 5 + 12, “You’ll be screaming my name” “My love is pure and true”
Of Mice & Men + 7 + 8 + 14, “It’s always been you and me” “You know what I’ve been through” “Thank you for this”
Alestorm + 7 + 10 + 13, “We’re hoisting the flag to be free” “All we can be” “What I need”
A Day To Remember + 1 + 8 + 10 + 11, “Not afraid of anything”, “None of that ever seems to matter when I’m holding you”, “You had me at hello”, “Get me through another day” Aerosmith + 1 + 3 + 4 + 10 + 11 12, “It started with a little kiss” “Never judge a book by its cover” “Dude looks like a lady” “Without your love I’m just a beggar” “The light at the end of the tunnel may be you” “You’ll be alright” Shakespeare prompts:
Doubt thou the stars are fire, doubt that the sun doth move, doubt truth to be a liar, but never doubt I love
Forty thousand brothers could not, with all their quantity of love, make up my sum.
Person A: You are a villain! Person B: You are a senator!
Here’s to the newbies just starting out, the ones discovering their ability to twist and bend plots, characters and places to their will for the first time,
To the old faithfuls, who have kids at home and a full-time job but somehow still find the time to make us forget for a while,
To the students who publish one-shots and sagas in-between study sessions,
To the ones who posted that one fic years ago and have since moved on, but whose story meant (and still means) so much to so many readers,
To those of you who publish short, little things that pack the emotional punch of a freight train,
To the ones who update faithfully, and to the ones who don’t,
To the ones who weave lyrics into their stories, and the ones who deal in nothing but angst,
To those who don’t write in their native language,
To the brave ones who do it despite their fear of rejection or criticism,
To the ones who like to write with their friends, and the ones who do it alone because their friends wouldn’t understand,
To the ones who spend hours researching in order to to make their world as real as possible,
To to the poets and novelists and essayists and dreamers:
Every single one of you is precious.
You, along with all the other fandom artists and creators, lift us up and give us hope. You make us laugh, you make us cry, you make us think and question and wonder. You help us escape, sometimes, when we need it most. You bring the unimaginable to life, you translate lofty words into ones we can smell, hear and taste, and you continually encourage and inspire us. You’re wonderful and powerful and courageous and so, so loved, even if we aren’t always the best at letting you know it. So this is for those of you with empty comment sections, with a concerning lack of kudos/likes/favs/bookmarks. Your stories make a difference, and they always will.
I get that Moriarty and Irene Adler are fascinating characters given so little canon (both appear in only one story) so it makes sense that remakes always want to throw them together but listen. Listen. Irene Adler beat Sherlock Holmes. And Sherlock Holmes beat James Moriarty. Therefore, Irene Adler should be able to beat James Moriarty. So why is she always working for him?