Hey, I'm confused....what's everyone talking about? Why are they so worried about Jack?
I’m not really sure, he made a video saying what Felix (PewDiePie) said was wrong but he was still his friend and everyone are hating him just for that… I don’t know much about the story but I guess that’s why he’s taking a small online break But I’m pretty sure at this point, if anybody say PewDiePie without the words “I hate”, you’re a Nazi lover like he is… :/
this post is charged with the most positive of vibes & a menthol marlboro
⭐i hope u all have a beautiful day today.
⭐i hope you get to smile more than you can count on 10 fingers
⭐i hope you touch something you love and feel at least one positive emotion.
💗i hope you can forgive urself a little bit. breathe in and out. things are temporary, it is better to cherish than to lament. letting go entirely is hard. so just give yourself a small break today and breathe.
💛i hope you can have fun a little bit. maybe you spin in a circle and feel the wind brush past your ears. or you hear a stranger tell another stranger a joke on the bus and you tell it to your friend when you get to where youre going. you find a really beautiful pic on tumblr. watch a vine compilation. there is always a lot to do, and one of them is smile. you should always try to put a few laughs in your day.
💚 i hope you can learn a little bit. what is your managers daughters name? how do you make a dress? whats on the menu at the restaurant downtown? its good to keep your mind open to new information and explore your interests. sometimes you have to stumble upon your interests.
💙 i hope you can grow a little bit. understand something you didnt before. smile at a stranger, you dont have to make eye contact. take those baby steps towards your big ideas. you dont have to do everything at once.
just a little at a time.
💜 you are loved.
💜 you are important.
💜 you are here.
Can you write a Zukaang fic with Aang surprising Zuko somehow?
Aang managed to
slip out of the way just before a comet of fire crashed into the wall besides
him. The curtain he was hiding behind shot up in a blaze in a moment, what was
elegant patterns blackening and curling into ashes under its burn.
he heard Zuko yell and Aang could practically imagine Zuko’s defensive pose,
fists heating, readying another attack.
“Zuko! It’s me!
Stop!” Aang slipped from behind the curtain, his hands in the air.
The shock slapped on Zuko’s face wasn’t exactly the one Aang
had imagined when he first decided to sneak into Zuko’s room. Not the surprise
Aang had considered when he landed Appa just outside the city and glided his
way to the palace through the night and slid through Zuko’s window, easily
opened with a little ice-bending to break a small lock.
Not really the
surprise he hoped Zuko would show when he saw Aang for the first time, alone in
his bedroom, finally having a moment to themselves for the first time in he didn’t
know how many months.
hissed, lowering his arms. “What is wrong
Before Aang could answer there was a loud thump at Zuko’s
Suki’s voice shot through, nervous, loud. Ready for a fight. “What’s going on—“
“I just… I saw a
bug.” Zuko’s gaze cut over Aang’s in the dark. Aang took the time to bend the
water from a washing basin to the flames on the curtains. “A big bug. It scared
me was all. I’m going to bed now.”
“If you’re sure…” came Suki’s response.
Zuko and Aang waited in silence for a long moment, looking
over each other, waiting to be sure the Kyoshi Warriors had returned to their
posts. Aang was trying hard not to laugh. The annoyed look on Zuko’s face only
made it all more funny.
“I just wanted to
see you,” Aang finally said in a whisper, grinning.
“You almost gave me a heart attack,” Zuko returned.
“I had some time,” Aang explained. “And I thought… I mean,
no one knows I’m here yet.”
Zuko looked over him for a moment, and then, slowly, his
shoulders relaxed. He smiled.
“I’m glad you’re
here,” he said. “Maybe… some warning next time.”
Aang had to laugh through his nose to keep it quiet. Zuko’s
smile, the raise of his eyebrow, was really all Aang needed. He broke the
distance between them with a few short steps. Zuko put his hands on Aang’s hips
and Aang realized, after those months apart, he had grown taller than Zuko.
“I got your letter,”
“I missed you,” Zuko answered.
Aang grinned. “Me too.”
It wasn’t the surprise Aang had hoped it would be, but it
was just as good. They kissed most the night, and used their closeness, and the
barriers of skin and bed silks to muffle their voices and all other sounds so
the guards wouldn’t hear them. Aang knew in the morning, he’d return to the
outskirts of the city and pretend a proper return. Zuko would act surprised and
they’d spend minimal parts of the day in polite company.