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fugitivis  asked:

my name is heather i run this other bitch named mary lou and the fact that i played a gay trans prostitute in the last show i was in would probably give her a heart attack and i'm proud as hell of that

I WANT TO GET TO KNOW YOU GUYS SO MESSAGE ME YOUR NAME AND SOMETHING ABOUT YOU

hi heather!!! uhm?? anything that would piss off mary lou barebone is actually A+++ in my book??

HAVE ANY OF YOU LOOKED AT THE FACT THAT SLAVERY IS LITERALLY STRIPPING A TROLL DOWN TO LESS THAN A LUSUS? AND QUITE A FEW SLAVES ARE NOT THERE BECAUSE THEY DID SOMETHING WRONG BUT BECAUSE OF THEIR BLOOD COLOUR OR THEIR POWERS.

I HAVE MET PSIONICS WHO WERE SLAVES BECAUSE THEY WERE STRONGER THAN MOST BUT THEY WERE BEING SOLD OFF TO HIGHBLOODS BECAUSE THEY WEREN’T POWERFUL ENOUGH TO POWER ONE OF THE IMPERIAL STARSHIPS.

THEY DID NOTHING WRONG IN THEIR LIVES AND THEY WERE IN SLAVED FOR WHAT THEY WERE BORN WITH. WHAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN A GIFT TURNED INTO A CURSE THAT LOST THEM THEIR RIGHTS AS TROLLS. LOST THEM THEIR RIGHT TO CARRY THEIR SIGN.

SLAVERY IS WRONG. IT JUST IS. WHY WOULD YOU KEEP IT AROUND BECAUSE “LOOK AT THE GOOD THINGS IN SLAVING THESE CRIMINALS IS DOING” YOU AREN’T DOING GOOD.

I MET AN OLIVE BLOOD WHO WAS ONE OF THESE CRIMINALS. HE WAS ENSLAVED BECAUSE HE STOLE A SINGLE GRUBLOAF. HE WAS HUNGRY AND HAD NO MONEY AND DIDN’T THINK TAKING ONE GRUBLOAF WOULD HURT. BUT HE WAS CAUGHT AND LABELED A CRIMINAL AND NOW HE MUST LIVe OUT THE REST OF HIS LIFE A sLAVE TO THE VERY ONES WHO KEPT HIM FROM HAVING ANY MONEY TO BEGIN WITH.

THIS IS A BROKEN SYSTEM THAT IS AGAINST LOWBLOODS.

THIS SYSTEM IS MEANT TO LET PETTY THINGS PUT LOWBLOODS WITH PSYCHIC ABILITIES INTO THE SLAVE SYSTEM.

Lead Me Astray

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by AnnaKnitsSpock

On the starships of the Terran Empire, first officers are little more than sex slaves for their captains. But once a year, Starfleet requires captains to be generous—during the so-called Advent Celebration, first officers are passed among the senior crew for sexual enjoyment. For the command team of the ISS Enterprise this mandatory tradition is complicated, because Captain Spock and his first officer, Commander Kirk, have a secret.

Words: 11647, Chapters: 3/5, Language: English



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BigHit: Okay the coast is clear! No super groups are having a comeback at the moment so we should let BTS drop their new song and win all the awards and sweep the charts!!

StarShip: I think we finally have the timing right! If we drop Monsta X’s new comeback rn we’ll get out first number one annnd finally prove ourselves in the industry!!

JYP: THIS IS THE PERFECT TIME!! Let’s have 2pm and Got7 comeback and just SLAUGHTER everyone and win EVERYTHING! *laughs* And I mean we totes can do it cause who’s big enough to stop us anyway??

SM: *smiles knowingly*

SM:*slithers out of the shadows*

SM: *whispers* SHINee’s Back

BigHit:

Starship:

JYP:

JYP: Damn

The Unofficial Rules of the Starship Enterprise

1. The laws of physics are not challenges.

2. You may not test theories on each other. Not even the senior officers. Especially not the senior officers.

3. Do not feed any tribbles.

4. DO NOT FEED ANY TRIBBLES.

5. Tribbles are no longer allowed on the ship.

5a. Edit: Dr. McCoy and First Officer Spock may use a tribble when absolutely necessary under dire circumstances only.

5b. Update: No crew member may ever have a tribble on the ship under any circumstances ever.

6. The ship is not sentient. The captain may not marry the ship, even if it’s only a joke. Neither may Mr. Scott.

7. We take it back. The ship is sentient. Respect her at all times.


8. Any non-standard maintenance (READ: modifications) to the ship MUST be approved by Starfleet and properly documented.

9. Even if the Captain would pretend not to notice them. Or wholeheartedly supports them. Or is the one doing them. 

9a. STOP MODIFYING THE DAMN SHIP, JIM.

10. Captain, Doctor McCoy is wise in his advice. I suggest you follow it before there are any…unfavorable consequences from the admirals in Starfleet Command.

10a. Spock, did you just threaten me?

10b. Negative, Captain. I merely wish to remind you of the upcoming ship inspections, as the last time Admiral Benett had to deal with the reports he was very adamant that our crew is no longer trusted to do our own quarterly inspections. Apparently too many of crew relationships are founded on “mutual propensities for non-strictly-regulation shenanigans.”


11. The illegal still in Engineering is—however appreciated—still illegal. No stills in Engineering, or anywhere else on the ship.

12. Alcohol from said still may not be sold for profit, especially outside of this crew. News of its existence cannot, under any circumstances, reach the admirals or their underlings. Or the engineering staff of other ships. Or the captains of other ships!

12a. NO ONE MAY SPEAK OF THE STILL DOWN IN ENGINEERING, EVEN TO OTHERS ON THIS SHIP.

13. The first rule of moonshine stills: You do not speak about the moonshine stills. Just shut up and drink the alcohol.

13a. With pleasure, sir!


14. Lieutenant Uhura would like to inform whoever modified and reprogrammed the universal translators that she looks forward to personally ripping out their vocal cords and using them to repair the damage she’s been forced to spend the last 34 hours fixing.

15. The captain would like to remind Lieutenant Uhura that insults said in other languages are still insults, and still unacceptable.

16. Lieutenant Uhura would like to remind the Captain that insults are acceptable when sufficiently deserved by certain farm hicks and that if they are not understood by the enemy party then there’s no harm done.

17. The Captain would like to remind Lieutenant Uhura that he is, contrary to what she may believe, a genius who does know more languages than he usually lets on, and no sentient being would appreciate being called a [expletive removed, by authority of Lieutenant Commander Spock] under any circumstances.

18. Lieutenant Commander Uhura would like to politely remind the Captain—

19. Lieutenant Commander Spock, with the authority of First Officer, hereby orders this conversation to be dropped immediately. It is unbecoming of senior officers, and frankly, quite childish. If the two parties wish to continue, they may do so on their own time in private quarters.


20. On a related note to yesterday’s spat, no one is allowed to place bets pitting senior officers against each other. Especially not the other senior officers.


21. Karaoke night is hereby banned forever from the Enterprise.


22. The Captain is not allowed to declare laser tag wars in the Jeffries tubes. Even if everyone involved enjoyed it.

23. Pig Latin is not an official language of the Federation, nor an acceptable method of communication when working on shift.

26. The shipwide broadcast system is not for playing favorite music while at warp in to “set the mood.”


27. Regulations are not “more like guidelines, anyway.” 


28. “What the admiralty doesn’t know…” is not a phrase that should precede any statement on this ship. 

28a. Somehow, every time it’s said, the admiralty inevitably does find out. Senior Command is investigating the possibility of a jinx on the phrase.


29. The Captain is not allowed to name any newly-discovered dinosaurs by himself. We cannot have seven separate species of Kirkosaurus.

30. The marriages that various crewmembers have been forced into via alien rituals on away missions are not valid. If you wish to be officially bound, you can do so the normal, legal way.


32. Starfleet has officially-established drill proceedures. They do not include laser tag, paintball, Mafia, or capture the flag.


33. The Captain is no longer allowed to eat, drink, touch flirt with, or look at any unknown substances on away missions.

34. It is a punishable offense to evade routine medical evaluations. 

34a. This includes you, Jim.

34b. Any and all crewmembers found to be assisting the Captain in hiding from Doctor McCoy are subject to official reprimand and the immediate restriction of all deserts from their meal card.

35. No member of the crew may walk within five feet of Lieutenant Sulu’s plants. Some of them can move, and some of them are extremely…territorial. 

36. Starfleet is not responsible for the consequences if you decide to play tag in the Jeffries Tubes, nor will you receive any sympathy for injuries sustained while doing so.

36a. Except maybe for Chekov.

37. There is no such thing as being “allergic to paperwork,” especially since paperwork is entirely digital and no longer on actual paper.


38. The captain may not declare Casual Fridays.


39. The Captain may not declare a “Space Pirate Day.”


40. Officer Spock may not mislead crew members into believing that he is still ignorant of common human idioms and expressions of speech. 

41. However illogical the captain is being, when logic fails to persuade him, it is still not acceptable to pick him up and physically move him.

42. FOR THE LAST TIME, JEFFRIES TUBES ARE NOT FOR PLAYING IN.

43. Shipwide games of Murder are not an accepted method of “team bonding.” No matter how much you try to argue that a common enemy brings people together, it won’t change the fact that organized serial murders—even fake ones—are not acceptable behavior on a starship.