I’ve recently become insanely obsessed with Undertale. I watched Dan and Phil play it over the course of 2 weeks and honestly, this game made me nearly cry. I love the characters and it’s basically become a comforting thing for me to go to when I feel anxious/unsure of myself, so I felt that making a bujo spread for it was appropriate!
Hospitality and Tourism and World History are already coming to an end, and I am thankful that they were so easy. I just need to boost my History grade up to an A (it’s currently a B) and I’ll be set!
This all started because I wanted the fire flower power to reflect Genos’ incincertors and the star power to reflect Saitama’s invulnerability, but I wanna add on to this. :y
I debated with myself for a while on who should be ‘Mario’ and 'Luigi’, but this final set up felt more appropriate. Sai gets so much flak to the point where he’s considered the second banana, and I wanted to reflect this by making him the 'Weegee’.
Both dudes have all the power and makings of formidable heroes, but often times get shadowed because they don’t have the look, the flare, and the popularity like Genos and Mario do. ;y
Pairing: Thor x Reader (POC) Word Count: 4k+ Warning: Angst, Fluff, a bad word or two, a smut mention if you squint
real hard, SLOOOOW BURRRRNNNNNNN Summary: Thor shows Reader she’s so much more than the demons in her head
make her believe. Friendship is magic. Side note: Thor got a monster peen pass
it on. Bonus Sam Wilson!
A/N: I cannot
believe it’s taken me this long to write a Thor fic. I also study Norse
Theology so I felt it a bit appropriate to include some of it in here. If you
guys like this, I’ll consider adding more part(s)! Feedback is absolutely
welcome. This is also unbeta’d. I’ll go back and fix grammar and spelling errors when I can. Let me know if you spot some!
Don’t Want to Change You” ~ Damien Rice
ever you go, Well, I
can always follow I can
feed this real slow If it’s a
lot to swallow. And if
you want to be alone Well, I
can wait without waiting If you
want me to let this go Well, I’m
more than willing…”
I love movie nights in, so it only felt appropriate to give Snowbaz a movie night! I hope you enjoy! @carryon-countdown
Simon knew he would probably screw this up. He and Baz hadn’t had an official date yet. After the Mage died it was too chaotic to plan one, plus Simon had had his own stuff to work out. But now that things were calming down he thought it was long past overdue for them to have a real date night. Baz picked him up from his job at the bookstore. As soon as he was in the car he felt nervous about the whole thing. Baz was a great boyfriend but he was still just as intimidating as he had always been. “Hey, um, Baz…?” He glanced over at him. “Yes?” “Well, uh, I was thinking maybe tonight we could do something.” Baz shrugged. “I told you I was free to hangout.” Simon bit his lip. “Yeah I get that. But I meant like…maybe we could go out on a date.” Baz raised his eyebrow. “Do we do that sort of thing?” “Why wouldn’t we?” Baz’s cheeks warmed. “You’re my first boyfriend Snow. I don’t really know what I’m doing.” Simon cursed himself for forgetting that. He felt guilty for how strange of a boyfriend he’d been to Baz so far, not that it was really his fault. Hopefully a date night would balance things out. “Sorry, I forgot. But, yes, I think we do that sort of thing. Or should be doing it.” Baz smirked. “Okay, so what’s the plan?” “Movie night at the flat? Penny is out and I don’t really feel like having my wings spelled invisible for the theater.” “Is that different than any other time we’ve hung out?” Simon huffed. “Yes, it’s a date this time. Besides, I planned it.” Baz’s sarcastic smirk softened. “All right, movie night it is.”
Simon was acting like Baz had never seen his flat before. He made Baz wait on the couch while he called and ordered Chinese food. Baz wasn’t sure how this qualified as a date, really, but he decided he’d play along. Simon strolled back into the living room with a grin on his face. “I ordered our favorites.” “Cool, I’ll send you what I owe tomorrow.” Simon sat beside him on the couch. “You don’t owe me anything.” Baz frowned. “Why not?” Simon laughed, “Because it’s a date.” It took Baz a moment to decide how he felt about this. He didn’t want to set a precedent where Simon paid on every date. But this was also Simon’s plan, so perhaps it was okay. Plus, Simon always let Baz buy his coffee when they went out. Finally, after a minute, Baz responded. “Okay. Thank you.” Simon leaned across Baz to grab the T.V. remote. Baz felt his whole body flutter at the closeness of their bodies and ignored it like he usually did. After the Mage died Simon was too messed up over it to be overly physical with Baz. He didn’t take it personally, he knew Simon was going through some difficult stuff, but it was still hard for him to suppress his feelings. Simon shifted back to his spot next to Baz and put on a Star Wars film. Baz looked at his boyfriend curiously. “Really Simon?” He leaned his head into the crook of Baz’s shoulder. “Yeah. You said you’ve never watched these, I think it’s time to show you. Couldn’t watch this in a theater could we?” Baz felt his chest warm a bit. “I guess you’re right. Which one is this?” “Episode 4, A New Hope.” Baz, again, felt confused. “We’re starting with the fourth movie?” Simon rolled his eyes. “Just watch.” Halfway through the movie the food was delivered. Simon set everything up so they could watch and eat at the coffee table. The food was very good and Baz was surprised to find that he actually enjoyed the movie quite a bit. When it was over Simon cleared the takeout leftovers from the living room. “Simon?” He came back from the kitchen looking nervous. “Yeah?” “Can I stay the night? It’s kind of late.” Simon’s cheeks brightened to a soft pink. “Uh, sure.” He walked back into the kitchen and didn’t say another word. Baz wondered what that was all about. He stayed the night all the time, not that they did anything except sleep. The kitchen was absolutely quiet, like Simon was just standing in there. Baz got up and followed his boyfriend to see what was going on. Simon was leaning on his arm against the kitchen window, cheeks red, and biting his lip. When Baz cleared his throat Simon jumped and turned to face him. His eyes were oddly dilated and darting nervously. “Something wrong Snow?” He swallowed largely and walked forward. “No I-I just, well it’s been a while.” “Since?” Simon’s blush burned deeper. Instead of responding, Simon backed Baz into the wall next to the fridge. There was a wild look in his eyes, something Baz wasn’t used to. “Simon wha-” He was cut off by Simon’s mouth. Baz froze and felt his eyes widen. It wasn’t as if they never kissed. It was just that lately kisses were gentle pecks and when they weren’t, well Simon usually ended them pretty quickly. This felt different. Simon kissed him in a hungry way, almost sloppy in his pursuit to open Baz’s mouth. Baz felt his whole body respond and closed his eyes. Carefully he pushed his hands under Simon’s shirt, giving him every opportunity to stop him. When he didn’t, Baz pushed his fingers hungrily into Simon’s hot skin, gripping his rib cage. Simon growled and fisted his fingers into Baz’s hair, tugging a bit roughly on it. Clothes were coming off and Baz wondered how he’d become so lucky. The whole night had been amazing, definitely different than a casual hangout. He finally understood why people liked dates so much. Baz was in the middle of clumsily ripping off Simon’s belt when Simon spoke quietly. “I don’t usually do this on a first date.” It took Baz a moment to realize he was joking. “Neither do I.” They laughed happily and Baz knew he would look forward to many more date nights to come.
Happy Ace Day! Here I am very discreetly taking pictures in my grandma’s bathroom with her playing cards. They have a picture of all her grandkids on them, including me and I am the not-so-secretly queer cousin so it felt appropriate. Also, everyone keeps pointing out that I match my laptop case, so I thought I would include it.