sleeper house


#1: Jeff’s mouth eventually will scar over, and his skin has started to shed the white dead skin. This has resulted in him starting to look much more human. His hair also grows very slowly, but eventually there is enough brown showing that he has to steal some girls black hair dye to hide his humanity. He has never reached a point where he’s rebleached his skin, but there are days when he will stumble into the kitchen with a fresh smile, each one more jagged than the last due to the difficulty of cutting through scar tissue.

#2: After being locked away for 13 years, LJ can’t sleep without a light. He has to be able to see his entire room, and he sleeps curled into a fetal position with pillows and blankets surrounding him. He has the smallest room, and many people think he would have the biggest, but it’s quite the opposite. His room is the smallest and the most filled. He keeps it this way because the box he was trapped in was a literal empty nothing. He needs material objects around him to feel okay. One night, the lights went out, and he screamed so loud it woke up Toby, the heaviest sleeper in the house.

#3: Toby is the heaviest sleeper in the entire house. This is an adaption he has because of the constant fighting between his parents. His slumber is so deep that the boys have litterally picked him out of bed, carried him downstairs, threw him in the lake down the road, then had to dive in after him when he was such a dead weight he started to sink. He woke up finally hours later, still soaked and freezing.

#4: Jeff is the lightest sleeper in the house. He barely sleeps. Its mostly because when he does manage to slip into a creepy open eyed sleeping state, he hears Liu screaming. No one knows it, but his catchphrase is Go To Sleep because his mother would always say it to him and his brother before bed. It became a joke. A comfort. He tries to make people feel comfort before they die. And no one knows because, just like his hair, he tries to hide everything that gives him humanity. After all, he doesn’t look in the mirror and see a human. He sees a monster.

#5: Toby self harms. His arms are covered in scars, cuts, burns, gashes, every imaginable pain, inflicted upon himself. He does it not to feel pain, obviously, but to see his blood. At times, he will think to himself that the blood he’s sacrificing will somehow make up for the blood he’s spilled from others. He gets very upset that he can’t feel pain, and will burn himself, trying to imagine how the pain feels. This is why by the time he’s 25, he wears bandages along his arms. Theyre never fully closed.

#6: Sally has nightmares. Terrible horrible nightmares. She never talks about them, and as she gets older, no one asks. She wakes up screaming and Slender will sit with her, holding her hand, all night. It hurts everyone in the house. They all feel like protective older brothers to her. It especially hurts BEN. She’s his best friend, and practically his twin sister. They’re the same age, and look like fraternal twins. He feels personally responsible for not being able to help her let go of her fears, or at least get her to the point where she doesn’t wake up because of them.

#7: BEN isn’t terrified of water anymore, but he’s still scared to death of ponds and lakes and oceans. Not moving water, the boys will often times play in the creek behind the house. No, he’s terrified of the deep deadly dark bodies of water that could be holding dead bodies beneath it’s surface. But when Toby didn’t surface after they threw him in, BEN was the first one to jump in. He didn’t talk for three weeks afterwards, and barely ate. The boys would take turns coaxing him into interactions, but he was visibly shaken until Toby hugged him, teary eyed, and said if it weren’t for his bravery, his amazingly brave actions in over coming his biggest fear, that Toby would be dead, and that Toby was eternally grateful. Toby then told him he would run into hundreds of burning buildings to save BEN. BEN said that wouldn’t be necessary.

#8: Slender has become a sort of father to everyone, and his three brothers have become Uncles. A family of psychotic killers. Imagine that.

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Charles Deaton Documentary | American architect best known for designing the 1963 Sculptured House aka the Sleeper House (it was featured in the 1973 Woody Allen sci-fi comedy Sleeper.)

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The Sculptured House was built by US architect Charles Deaton in 1963 in the Genesee Mountain, Jefferson County, Colorado. Deaton never lived in the 7,000 sq. ft. home because he lacked the funds to complete the construction. It went largely unfinished and was vacant for thirty years until software entrepreneur John Huggins purchased the house in 1999. He built a large addition designed by Deaton before the architect’s death in 1996, and commissioned Deaton’s daughter Charlee to design the interior, completed in 2003. It is also known as The Sleeper House because it was featured in the 1973 Woody Allen film “Sleeper.”

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Snape Headcanon

Snape was a very light sleeper, so light the house elves would complain that he would wake up when they came in to clean no matter how quiet they were. After the war, however, (because we all know he actually lived), he left Hogwarts and bought a new house since DE burned Spinners End down, and since then he’d become a very heavy sleeper, and can sleep through almost anything.

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Khanolly Story Update

Got a title, yay! Thanks to the folks who offered up ideas! All that brainstorming finally gave me an idea I liked. I’ve also started actually weaving it into a coherent narrative, the first part of which is posted below. Special thanks to Tallulah99 for being a whip-cracking harpy and getting my creative juices flowing on this thing. Some of what follows is new, some you’ve seen before. Enjoy!

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liathwen-slays-dragons  asked:

Seriously?! Are you trying to kill me with this Khanlock stuff?! It's so fantastic! I need it!! PUHLEESE!!

Here is all I have in one spot for you and anyone else who wants to read it. It is likely that one day, when my other elventy-billion other stories are done, I will finish it. Maybe. I think. And there may possibly perchance perhaps be some bonus material including a smooch. Maybe. ;)

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In 2PM we have:

part 8. 

 The guy who can’t tolerate bugs in a place…

 The guy who sleeps prettily, but snores a little….

 The guy who sleeps a lot, but he can hear everything  and is a light sleeper

 The guy whose house is near trees so he has bugs visiting him often

 The guy who passed out 30 minutes after drinking with his seniors for the movie “Cold Eyes” cause he can’t handle alcohol well

The psychology geek … (consider that he is the only member updating his Twitter info with “ENFP” (his personality type)