steve bruce springsteen

The Black Bunny

TITLE: The Black Bunny

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Part One

AUTHOR: goddessofmischief

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: Imagine if Loki accidentally turned himself into a bunny through some sort of magical mishap, and, not being able to properly care for himself, he kind of awkwardly nibbles on things and writes out what happened with the shreddings. 

RATING: T

NOTES: I could not resist writing this short, yet sweet, story, as I thought the idea of Bunny Loki was downright adorable. Full of fluff, and very silly (compared to the more serious fics I write). Also, it’s just in time for Easter! haha ♥︎ It is loosely based off of the imagine above and there will be two parts, hope you enjoy!

Part One

It was a Monday, and I was running late… again. I hurried to the subway, but I had then discovered that I left my metro card at home and by the time I bought another card, the train that I usually took to get me to work on time was long gone.
Today was already not my day.

I lived in a tiny apartment all the way downtown, near Battery Park, and it took me awhile to get to my office in Midtown: my office being the one directly besides the infamous Stark Tower - and yes, my words are dripping with sarcasm. 

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2

Bruce Springsteen’s 4th studio album was released on 2 June 1978, 3 years after Born to Run, due to Springsteen’s legal battles with his former manager.

Darkness on the Edge of Town was produced by Jon Landau and Springsteen, with Steve Van Zandt assisting, and Jimmy Iovine engineering. The recording sessions produced more than 40 songs, with Springsteen and the band playing in the studio as a group often as soon as Springsteen had finished writing a song (unlike the meticulous approach used on Born to Run). The album peaked at #5 in the US and remained on the charts for 97 weeks.