i can’t BELIEVE andrew minyard has the most beautiful hazel eyes that look golden when the sun shines on them and the softest blond hair can you fucking believe it?????? susan wake up the boy is gorgeous
Summary: Actor!Dan is running away from a mob of fans when he runs into a flower shop. There, he meets a quirky florist who has an absurd liking towards succulents, seeming to think they have feelings of their own. Word Count: 10,927 Warnings: Mobbing fans, anxiety attack, swearing, sexuality denial A/N: Special thanks to @humhallephan and @moondaniel for giving me editing tips, you guys are awesome! This was originally a prompt from an anon so I hope you guys like it!
Dan knew it was a bad idea to go outside. He knew exactly what would happen when he went out (he could hear the squeals and screams even now), but he did it anyways. All he wanted to do was to go to store to grab some more dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets, but of course, he couldn’t enjoy the everyday luxury of going out to the store.
As soon as he stepped out of his flat, a hush fell over the street and he sucked his breath in, waiting to see what would happen. Then, not even two minutes later, he was being pushed, screamed at, and had sobbing girls crying into his shoulder.
And all he had wanted was some damned dinosaur nuggets.
So, in the end of The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe they chase the stag and end up home again.
Now, not to mention how strange it would be to suddenly be a young child after living to be almost 30, and having ruled a country and fought battles.
They also must have loved people or been in love. Like okay, they were old enough to be courting people, to have engagements or arrangements. We see in The Horse and His Boy that Susan has people trying to win her hand in marriage. Did Edmund and Peter have any girls they fancied? Lucy could have been noticing some young princes as well. Imagine having to leave friends behind, possibly love interests? A kingdom you worked so hard to rule? And then suddenly you are 10 years old, having to go to school and learn elementary math. How devastating would that be? Let alone the PTSD they no doubt had, you don’t go thought what they did at such a young age and not have nightmares and other lasting mental scars.
Imagine having being in a relationship with someone, and finally you have built good relationships with the neighboring countries, your people are happy and respect you, and suddenly it is all gone?
I love how the dynamics of the four are so even. I mean you pair them off in any way and they can match. Peter and Susan are the oldest while Edmund and Lucy are the youngest. Lucy and Susan are the two girls and Peter and Edmund are the two boys. Susan and Edmund seem to be the slightly more solemn of the two, while Peter and Lucy are more outwardly bright/joyful/im not quite sure of the word. Even the hair colors match, dark for solemn and light for joyful. Susan and Peter take on the responsibility for their siblings, and are closest to parental roles while Edmund and Lucy can balance them out, remind them to relax sometimes and teach them not to worry so much. Lucy and Edmund were the first to step into Narnia, but often lean on their elder siblings calm. Lucy and Susan are the ones to dance with the dryads and Edmund and Peter are the ones to lead the armies. I could make a whole post about how awesome they are together as well, but I’ll just stop here.
Does anyone have an idea as to how old the Pevensies are during The Horse and His Boy?
Susan is old enough to be married, at least by Narnia’s custom… But when a dwarf told Corin he wasn’t allowed to fight, he protested “Of course I’m going to fight. Why, the Queen Lucy’s going to be with the archers” which leads me to believe that maybe Corin and Lucy (and therefore Cor and Aravis as well) might not have been that far off in terms of age. Corin is saying “well if Lucy can do it so can I” in a way. Lewis wrote earlier that the Pevensies “had been Kings and Queens of Narnia for several years” when Cor meets them.
In LLW, I believe it was estimated that the Pevensies’ ages were 8, 10, 12 and 13. Give that, say, 5 years, for “several”, and you get:
Lucy- 13, with Cor and Corin and Aravis maybe 11 or 12,
Of course they could all be much older too, but Lewis refers to Cor and Aravis constantly as “children”, so I they’re definitely still on the younger side.
Let’s talk about Corin for a sec. That little dude who was so relieved when he found out he wasn’t going to be a King because he just wanted to have fun and live lot of adventures. He literally punched someone and nearly went to jail because someone insulted Susan (“A boy in the street made a beastly joke about Queen Susan, so I knocked him down.”). He went into a battle even though his father forbid him to. Also everyone loves him. Edmund and Susan basically adopted the kid. The kid just wanna fight all the time
he’s so precious
“At Cair Paravel,” said Corin. “She’s not like Lucy, you know, who’s as good as a man, or at any rate as good as a boy. Queen Susan is more like an ordinary grown-up lady. She doesn’t ride to the wars, though she is an excellent archer.”
I can’t stop thinking about this actually-not-so-improbable theory that Lord Vetinari is the son of Susan Sto Helit and Lobsang Ludd let me tell you about how much that would actually make sense okay just hear me out.
- First of all that would explain so much about Havelock. His amazing ability to camouflage himself and disappear better than anyone else, his coldness and ability to manipulate people so easily, his super human reflexes, affinity for cold logic and ability to learn and solve complex problems on the spot, now who does that remind me of
- for all we know he might well be able to manipulate time too, doesn’t seem to need sleep or food and is able to very accurately predict future events and the way current decisions will make them play out.
- also he is slender, pale, black haired and always dresses in black and he doesn’t age according to Lady Margolotta i mean
- So as
we know, Susan spends most of her page time aggressively asserting her
humanity and trying to run away from her family heirloom. She only
reluctantly accepts her role in world saving shenanigans, and wishes she
was completely human. Now imagine what she would do if sometime down the road from the events of Thief of Time, she got pregnant. She wouldn’t want her child to have that same
life. In fact she would learn from the unsuccessful attempt of Mort and
Ysabell to shield her from her grandfather, and make Death swear to her
to never try and get in touch with the child let alone use him as a tool
in the same way he used her.
- (you’ve gotta admit that it’s pretty interesting that Havelock has never had a
brush with Death, when practically every other major character has
encountered it, even Vimes.)
- inevitably, Susan would come to the
conclusion that the best thing she could do for the sake of that child
is cut all ties with him, no matter how much she would love to keep and raise him. After all, she wasn’t even able to shield the children
she was a governess to in Hogfather and her class in Thief of Time from
Death’s meddling. In her own eyes, becoming a good mother wouldn’t have been sensible of her.
- Lobsang would absolutely not be of any help I mean let’s face it,
he already struggles just to keep himself in one physical shape for too
long, and he has bigger issues to deal with assuming the role of Time
and all. Already just dating Susan is a struggle for him, and I can’t see him wanting to settle down and start a family with her. For him it would only make sense that the story of Lady Time and
Wen the Eternally Surprised would repeat itself. He would suggest they
leave the child on the doorstep of a guild, as it was done for him. Once again, for the child’s own sake.
- After birth, he could drop off the child at any! point! in time! which would explain why Vetinari had already
grown up and was ruling over the city way before Mort and Ysabell were
even teasing each other in Death’s gardens. Technically, from Nanny Ogg’s perspective, Lobsang and
Jeremy were born like two weeks before the events of Thief of Time so
really the order of events is pretty much irrelevant.
- We don’t know practically anything about Vetinari’s past, except from the fact that he was raised by one of his aunts before ending up in the guild of assassins. Susan, having grown up as a duchess among nobility (her parents even
knew Sybil Ramkin) wouldn’t have a hard time choosing the kind hearted
noble lady Meserole among the acquaintances of her parents that would require only a
bit of ‘‘persuasion’‘ to raise the child as her own nephew.
- The Vetinari family history and crest could either have been fabricated, or the family really did exist and Susan simply presented the boy as their last descendant or something of the sort, for Lobsang and her a bit of meddling like that would have been pretty easy.
- the bitter and beautiful irony of the great grandson of Death ending up studying at the guild of assassins oh my god
- ALSO HE CAN TALK TO RATS!!? !!!!!
- not to mention that special weird clock he has in the waiting room.
- I’ve heard theories that Vetinari is a vampire or a zombie but honestly I think having parents with those special abilities would explain a lot more of his own.
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Dan was counting down from ten in the back of his mind. His patience was wearing thin, as well as his tolerance for being surrounded by other people.
The boy seated next to him–Andrew or Alex, he wasn’t really paying attention–was right next to him, attempting to tell him a story about his summer vacation. The only problem? Andy was right next to his neck, a sensitive area, and spittle was flying from his mouth onto Dan’s skin. He was already cringing inwardly.
Abruptly, Dan stood up, cutting Austin off midsentence. “Sorry. I–uh, forgot something.” Dan sped out of the train compartment, staring down the hallway.
from short intro tracks to a longer b-sde track and now, at last, the title track. to say i am immensely proud may even be an understatement. let us not forget that this is the same boy who didn’t use to like dancing and found it difficult and yet endured it all. look how far he has come since then.
talk about growth, eh?
Jihun-ah, you truly are my pride :’)
on a side note, they also said the choreo is a homage to Highlight’s Ribbon and was done out of admiration. Jihun even sent it to Junhyung, who said he liked it/it was good. ALL MY FEELS FOR MY BOYSSSSSS ;A;