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Title: (Looney Tunes) Beep Beep The Road Runner and the Bird Watchers

Series: Tell-A-Tale 2619

Characters: Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote, Bugs Bunny, Sylvester Pussycats (as Professor Sylvester Catt B.W.)

Creators: by Jean Lewis, illustrated by Phil de Lara

Year: 1968 Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc.

Publisher(s): Whitman Publishing Company, Western Publishing

Story: Race driver Wile E. Coyote (whose crew chief is Bugs Bunny) is humiliated by Road Runner just as he was about to win. Later Professor Sylvester hires Wile E. Coyote to take his bird watching group out to photograph the Road Runner. Hijinks ensue. 

Good/Bad: The art is awesome. These characters in these different roles is pretty interesting. This is also the Seven Arts era. When Daffy and Speedy had many cartoons together and WB introduced Cool Cat and Magic Mouse. This era has flavor. 

The Last Waltz -AkaKuro Valentine's Ficlet-

So yeah here is an AkaKuro valentine’s ficlet by me~ It’s an Alpha/Beta/Omega verse AkaKuro~! They’re at a Masquerade Ball!!! >////< Enjoy~! 


Akashi tried his hardest not to grimace in front of the mirror as his mother adjusted his bow tie again.

“Mother, why do you even bother doing this every year?”

The beautiful omegan lady chuckled, “Seijuurou, you’ve never been fond of the mating waltz, have you?”

“Why would I? Father always comes home disappointed every year because I didn’t choose anyone.”

The lady smiled into the mirror. She lovingly caressing her alpha son’s face, “This year…for sure.”

Akashi sighed, “That’s the first time I’ve heard that.”

“Mother’s intuition.”

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A small Sherlolly piece inspired by the Met Gala'14 (Hey Tietjens, hey) and this song. The utterly gorgeous dress you see here is by Vivienne Westwood from her Spring 2014 RTW collection.


Stay The Night (also on FF.net)

It was a normal evening like any evening. Except this evening, Molly received an unexpected phone call. Or at least a phone call she had not received in a very long time.

“Hello? My-croft?” she said, slowly and quietly. 
“Good evening, Dr Hooper.” Mycroft greeted.
“What’s happened?” Molly asked. 
“Nothing’s happened,” replied Mycroft, “But I do have something to ask you.”

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