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Jealous - Doctor Strange X Reader [SMUT]

Title: Jealous 

Pairing: Doctor Strange x Reader

Characters: Doctor Strange, Reader, Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes

Request: Hello! I was wondering if maybe you could do a Doctor Strange x reader fic where he gets jealous for some reason or another and it ends kinda smutty. Thanks! By @psychofangirlfromhell

Summary: When the Doctor gets jealous the reader decides to bring out the little green monster in him for some fun…

Warnings: SMUT, of course :)

A/N: If I wasn’t on the naughty list before I sure as hell am now…. ;) I hope you enjoy @psychofangirlfromhell, sorry it took so long xx 

“O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock the meat it feeds on.” Iago from the Shakespearean play Othello. It ‘twas my inspiration for this wonderful

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“Also some dogs like to chomp.”

But in all seriousness, as someone has had people [read: strangers or people I’m not friends with] invade my personal space because of either my size or simply because they felt like it, it’s not a great feeling at all. When you take away a person’s boundaries because you think, “It’s alright, they’re -blank-.” you’re not thinking of that person’s comfort [or safety] at all. Consent is important.

story time: so as a kid my bff and I were absolutely obsessed with her ouija board. honestly like we were already the weird kids who could spout mythology and urban myths on cue and stuff (which isn’t very weird, I know, but for our very small whitebread town it was) and she dug this old 80s glow-in-the-dark ouija board out of her basement one day and for like a month that is all we did 

I know for a fact we annoyed the bajeebus out of her parents with it since we would set up and just ask all these dead people really boring questions because hey, we were like twelve, and didn’t really put much thought into it

highlights include (but are not limited to): getting Merlin pissed off at us, having two different gods tell us blatantly contradicting prophecies, annoying several dead relatives by temporarily bedazzling our planchette, and completely misreading everything the devil told us because it was the ass crack of dawn and we refused to turn a light on because the ouija board glows in the dark!!

moral of the story is that being dead, a god, and/or the devil will not save you from the horror that is two preteen girls

A list of some Norwegian adverbs

The adverbs are in alphabetic order, translated from English to Norwegian:

absolutely = absolutt

“Absolutt alle er invitert, alle bortsett fra meg.”
“Absolutely everyone is invited, all but me.”

actually = faktisk

“Det er faktisk ulovlig.”
“It is actually illegal.”

afterwards = etterpå

“Kan du hjelpe meg med leksene etterpå?”
“Can you help me with the homework afterwards?”

almost = nesten

“Personen falt nesten på isen.”
“The person almost fell on the ice.”

although = selv om, men

“Selv om jeg ikke har muskler, betyr ikke det at jeg er svak.”
“Although I don’t have muscles, it doesn’t mean that I am weak.”

“Det var vanskelig, men ikke umulig.”
“It was difficult, although not impossible.”

always = alltid

“Du er alltid så sen!”
“You are always so late!”

“Har det alltid vært sånn?”
“Has it always been like that?”

anyway = uansett

“Det var uansett ikke sånn det var.”
“It wasn’t like that anyway.”

“Jeg er ikke så sulten uansett.”
“I am not that hungry anyway.”

anywhere = hvor som helst

“Nå kan du kjøre hvor som helst du vil.”
“Now you can drive anywhere you wish.”

basically = i utgangspunktet, i grunnen

“Hunden var i utgangspunktet ikke slem, men den bet likevel.”
“The dog was basically not mean, but it bit nevertheless.”

certainly = utvilsomt, uten tvil

“Ja, det er utvilsomt en feil.”
“Yes, it is certainly a mistake.”

“Hun var uten tvil en prinsesse i hans drømmeprinsliv.”
“She was certainly a princess in his prince charming life.”

clearly = tydeligvis

“Vel, tydeligvis ikke!”
“Well, clearly not!”

constantly = konstant

“De babler konstant om merkelige språk deres grammatikkregler.”
“They are constantly babbling about strange languages and their grammar rules.”

definitely = definitivt

“Men jeg tror definitivt ikke at det var den eneste grunnen.”
“But I definitely think that that wasn’t the only reason.”

early = tidlig

“Gå å legg deg igjen, det er altfor tidlig til å stå opp!”
“Go back to bed, it’s too early to get up!”

else = ellers

“Hvordan skal jeg ellers få meg en jobb?”
“How else will I be able to get a job?”

especially = spesielt

“Det har vært mange kalde dager i det siste, spesielt i helgen.”
“There has been many cold days lately, especially in the weekend.”

even = til og med, selv; enda

“Alle er klare for å dra, til og med bestemor.”
“Everyone is ready to go, even grandma.”

“Selv jeg kan ikke forestille meg en slik grusom ting.” 
“Even I can’t imagine such a horrible thing.”

“Frida er enda mer masete enn vanlig!”
“Frida is even naggier than usual!”

eventually = til slutt, etter hvert, før eller senere

“Han vil vise sin virkelige jeg til slutt.”
“He will show his true self eventually.”

“Etter hvert skal jeg sikkert lære meg flere språk.”
“I’ll probably eventually learn more languages.”

ever = noen sinne, noen gang

“Har du noen sinne skadet noen med vilje?”
“Have you ever hurt anyone on purpose?”

“Har dere noen gang løyet foran foreldrene deres?”
“Have you (all) ever lied in front of your parents?”

exactly = eksakt, akkurat, nettopp

“Hun er ikke eksakt hyggelig, for å si det sånn.”
“She wasn’t exactly nice, to put it that way.”

“Det var akkurat det som hendte.”
“It was exactly what happened.”

“Det var nettopp det jeg sa!”
“It was exactly what I said!”

honestly = ærligtalt

“Ærligtalt! Går det an å være mer trangsynt!”
“Honestly! Is it possible to be more close-minded!”

“Dagen min har ærligtalt vært ganske interessant.”
“My day has honestly been quite interesting.”

however = men, imidlertid

“Men, det var ingen der.”
“However, there was nobody there.”

immediately = umiddelbart

“Du må komme umiddelbart!”
“You must come immediately!”

instead = i stedet 

“Jeg burde egentlig gå, men jeg kjører i stedet.”
“I should really walk, but I drive instead.”

instead of = istedenfor

“Det er bedre om du kommer istedenfor at bestemor må komme.”
It’s better if you come instead of grandma having to come.”

likely = sannsynligvis

“Det vil sannsynligvis ikke skje.”
“It is likely not to happen.”

nowhere = ingen steder

“Katten er ingen steder å finne.”
“The cat is nowhere to find.”

occasionally = av og til

“Sjokolade kan av og til være veldig bittert.”
“Chocolate can occasionally be very bitter.”

often = ofte 

“Jeg skal prøve å komme på besøk så ofte jeg kan.”
“I’ll try to come on visit as often as I can.”

otherwise = ellers

“Eller tror ikke jeg at det er en god idé.”
“Otherwise I don’t think it’s a good idea.”

probably = sikkert

“Det er sikkert mange andre som er syke også.”
“There are probably many others who are sick as well.”

properly = ordentlig

“Snakk norsk ordentlig og ikke sånn tullenorsk.”
“Speak Norwegian properly and not such nonsense Norwegian.”

quite = ganske

“Det er ganske sent nå.”
“It was quite late now.”

rarely = sjeldent

“Vi klipper sjeldent gresset om vinteren.”
“We rarely cut the grass in the winter.”

rather = heller

“Jeg vil heller danse enn å synge karaoke.”
“I rather want to dance than to sing karaoke.”

recently = nylig

“Hans har nylig blitt en lærer i engelsk.”
“Hans has recently become a teacher in English.”

regardless = uten hensyn til

“Alle blir behandlet likt uten hensyn til etnisk bakgrunn.”
“Everyone are being treated equally regardless to ethnic background.”

regularly = regelmessig

“Denne appen oppdateres regelmessig gjennom dagen.”
“This app updates regularly throughout the day.”

seldom = sjeldent

“Jeg blir sjeldent sint, bare litt irritert.”
“I seldom get angry, just a little irritated.”

seriously = seriøst

Er det seriøst ingen som kan hjelpe meg?
Are there seriously nobody who can help me?

somehow = på en eller annen måte

Jeg på en eller annen måte vant en konkurranse jeg aldri deltok i.
I somehow won a competition I had never participated in. 

sometimes = noen ganger

“Noen ganger liker jeg å høre på klassisk musikk.”
“Sometimes I like to listen to classic music.”

technically = teknisk sett

“Vel, teknisk sett er du ikke sjef lengre.”
“Well, you’re techincally not the boss any longer.

therefore = derfor

“Og derfor følger jeg ikke dine ordre.”
“And therefore I don’t follow your orders.”

though = da, selv om

“Men jeg liker den, da.”
“But I like that one, though.”

“Selv om jeg ikke kan fordra bananer.”
“Though I can’t stand bananas.”

through = gjennom

“Du kan dra gjennom Georgia for å komme til Armenia.”
“You can go through Georgia to get to Armenia.”

unexpectedly = uforventet

“Det var uforventet mange folk i byen i dag.”
“There were unexpectedly many people in the city today.”

usually = vanligvis

“Jeg spiser vanligvis noe kjapt og enkelt til frokost.”
“I usually eat something quick and easy for breakfast.”

whatever = uansett hva, hva enn

“Uansett hva du sier orker jeg ikke å høre på deg.”
“Whatever you say I can’t stand to listen to you.”

“Hva enn du vil gjøre.”
“Whatever you want to do.”

(I found this one tricky to translate into Norwegian.)

whenever = når enn

“Jeg kan bake kaker når enn du vil.”
“I can bake cakes whenever you want.”

within = innen

“Bomben vil eksplodere innen tretti sekunder. Kjapp deg!”
“The bomb will explode within thirty seconds. Hurry up!”

“Jeg skal være tilbake innen klokken ti.”
“I will be back within ten o’clock.”


Many of these adverbs have multiple translations into Norwegian, I tried my best to include if not all, then at least the most used ones. Some these were also tricky to translate. Anyway, I hope you’ve enjoyed this list and will find it helpful in your studies. If anyone comes across any mistakes/typos, please let me know about them so I can correct them as soon as possible :)

I like to make up stories for my player character in games like animal crossing where you just sort of show up with no background info. Currently, my character is a doctor, who may or may not be evil:

Totally normal office.

Nothing to see here.

All is well.

Things I have seen my mother put butter on

-peas
-carrots
-spaghetti with pesto
-like at the table there’s a thing of butter and she puts butter on the food
-bread
-stew
-I watched her do it and I’m still not entirely sure how she buttered liquid
-scrambled eggs
-already-buttered mashed potatoes
-yes already-buttered mashed potatoes she just adds more butter
-salmon
-lamb
-steak
-meat???? Meat????? mother, why
-pie
-it was pumpkin pie. I thought she’d mistaken it for whipped cream but no she knew it was butter.
-the woman grew up in dairy country I have no idea if I fear her or fear FOR her

It’s really life changing when someone cries from being so happy to see you when you thought you weren’t wanted

Underfell!Grillby x Reader Fanfic

A short piece based on @ask-grillby‘s wonderful Underfell!Grillby concept and design. Please go check out the mun’s work!! This piece is safe for work, no warnings apply, but prepare to be flustered.


Admittedly, your first impression of of the violet flame monster had been pretty favourable.

The first glimpse you’d gotten of the mysterious owner of the Undergrounds most exclusive bar had been of a tall, extremely well dressed monster, who was leaning back casually against an expensive black granite counter top. He was glancing around the busy club with a cocky smirk on his face, radiating an aura of power and confidence, the undisputed king of all he surveyed. His free hand was wrapped around an elegant crystal tumbler, filled with some sort of amber liquid which he swirled around in a disinterested manner. You must have been staring, because when his gaze swept the room and he noticed you, a new face in his bar, (because of course he knew all his patrons, knew where all the money came from) he grinned and lifted the glass towards you in a cheeky salute. Once he was sure he’d gotten your attention he made a show of exhaling softly over his drink, a tongue of blue flame snaking out of his mouth and igniting the alcohol in the glass, which he raised to you once again.

You had to admit, you were impressed, and more then a little flustered by this suave monster.

Of course, that perfect first impression was ruined when he sauntered over, opened his mouth…and revealed himself to be a self-centred, narcissistic, power hungry ass.

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The Little Assassin Who Could- Sebaciel Au.

* I gave you guys two prompts and you voted, this one “All my intel said you’re not meant to be back until next week and I’m sitting here using your flat as a sniper nest to kill a bad guy. This is awkward.” won! So here we are.

The original list of prompts could be found HERE

** Thanks for you guys who voted, and for waiting almost a month to get this, I honestly thought it would be finished sooner. eehh, better late than never, right?

Tags: Sebaciel, AU, smut, fluff.              Word count: 2.5k

Summary: Sebastian has everything under control, he’s got his weapons ready, and his target is going to be on its mark soon. Ciel is just an unexpected complication…Or more.

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He makes a quick job of the lock, his fingers moving on autopilot. He’s broken into so many houses he’d lost count of them. This apartment isn’t any different.

He hears the distinctive click, the sound that signals his welcome, and he turns the knob and opens the door. It’s dark inside, but he’s expected it, no one’s there and no one will be till his job is done, when the owner gets back Sebastian will be far gone.

He walks around the place. The apartment is huge, speaking of an opulent lifestyle, the kitchen and living room are separated by a long marble bar, and everything is in shades of gray and white. It’s tastefully decorated, but Sebastian can’t help but feel like he’s stepped into an old movie. No matter, he’s not living here.

He’s not living anywhere.

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{Part 9} I Can Save You // Jay Park

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Pairing: Jay x Reader

Genre: Fluff // Suggestive // Drama

Summary: Jay meets your family - and as things get a little too heated between you both, it comes to an abrupt intermission.

This scenario contains slight mention of crimes against women and whorephobia.

{Part 1} {Part 2} {Part 3} {Part 4} {Part 5} {Part 6}{Part 7} {Part 8} {Part 9} {Part 10; Finale}


You always imagined that the first time you ever brought home a man to meet your mother would be somewhat planned – however, nothing ever went according to plan in your life, so you were pretty used to it by now.

Jay sat with slightly sweaty palms at your kitchen table. Across from him were your two younger sisters as you sat next to him, watching them stare and gawp at his tattoos and nose piercing. You wished with all your might that your leg could have reached far enough under the table to kick them in the shins – but you weren’t that tall and your sisters legs didn’t even touch the floor.

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Anti-honesty hour: Snuggle Buddy & Your Harem

I don’t miss them at all.  I didn’t cry for a half a hour earlier because I missed them.  nope.  not a tear.

they are not funny at all and never get into shenanigans.  I don’t like them.  They smell good always.