ten years of kelly

Newsies Charcters as things me and my friends have said to each other
  • Jack: I don’t want to be responsible but I don’t want my fake girlfriend to be angsty with me.
  • Davey: I can get a lot of things that I want. I’m a Boy Scout, I have pretty good grades, I’m gay.
  • Katherine: If annoyingness were sex appeal, we’d be in bed already.
  • Race: Well I heard the word ‘cult’, so I’m in now.
  • Spot: Fuck you as a person, fuck you as a dog, fuck you as a plant.
  • Les: Wait, I have best fiends stickers, that so wins.
  • Pulitzer: Oh, hello my lost daughter I haven’t seen in ten years.

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Birthday Best Friends - Jack Maynard

Request: luuuuuuuuuv your writing! Please can you do a jack one where you take him home to celebrate your little sisters bday and he gets on so well with your family and everything and it makes you love him even more

Smut: No

Requests are OPEN!

A/N: PSA: There’s double “to” in this, it’s not a grammatical error! I hope you like it :)


Birthday’s were some of the most thought about days of the year, especially for an eleven year old. However, celebrating it with the family was not exactly how your little sister imagined her day. You knew she was a little upset when your parents told her a family barbecue was the way her day was going to go so you knew you had to do something extra special.

“Hey Kelly,” You called, walking into your backyard. 

You had just arrived from your apartment in London and you wanted the first person you talk to to be the birthday girl. You watched as the blonde spun around from her chair and looked towards you with the biggest and brightest smile on her face. She ran over to you and hugged you like her life depended on it.

Although there was a big age difference, you and your sister were very close. Sure, your parents had you when they were pretty young and then ten years later, Kelly was brought into the world, but that didn’t stop you from doing normal sister things with her. She was your best friend and you wouldn’t miss her birthday for the world.

“I have a surprise for you in the car.” You whispered in her ear and before you could say anything else, she was speeding towards it. You followed her out and watched as she swung open the backseat door and screamed.

“Jack!” You watched as the smile she greeted you with grew a thousand times bigger.

Kelly and Jack had always gotten along, that’s actually how you met. She had been a fan of Jack’s for a while now and although you didn’t really see the appeal, you listened to her fall in love with him over and over again. The minute you moved to London for school, Kelly was convinced you were going to live in the same apartment as Jack, be neighbours and fall hopelessly in love with each other. Little did you know, she was right; about everything.

“Happy birthday, Kelly.” He said, climbing out of the car and wrapping his arms around your little sister.

A couple of hours later and the atmosphere within your backyard had changed. Kelly was smiling even bigger whenever she was around Jack and you couldn’t help but laugh at the fact that your little sister was probably more in love with Jack than you were.

“He’s a good guy, you know?” Your Uncle said, handing you a beer.

“You think?” You asked, trying to reassure yourself. 

The minute you met Jack, you knew what kind of guy he really was; the guy your sister would never understand or know. However, all the casual conversations in the elevator or on the way to the mailbox changed your mind about him. He was just like any other guy; he put up a front about his personality but deep down, he was sweet and caring.

“When I was his age,” Your Uncle explained, sitting down next to you. “There’s was no way in hell I’d be caught dead at one of these things, let alone actually enjoy myself.”

You smiled as you watched Jack play with Kelly. She had a big smile on her face, he had a bigger one and you couldn’t help but fall even more in love with him, if that was even possible.

“I think you might be my sister’s new best friend.” You said to Jack, as he came over to you and sat down.

“I think she might be mine as well.” He joked, placing his hand on your thigh.

“I love you.” 

“I love you too.” He said, quickly pecking your lips before your family could see and start making jokes, as they had a habit of doing.

onlyonezenn  asked:

Idk if you are feeling it, but ever since the Hawkeye-Havoc undercover date fic you wrote, I've been craving me some Royai undercover investigating a prostitution ring...but this time Roy's taking initiative with who he wants as a "scene partner" if you catch my drift. Of course the gang's all there and shenanigans happen left and right. You better believe Havoc and Rebecca are taking full advantage of the roleplay scenario. I'm garbage throw me away.

I took this mission like it was a calling. Because the moment you sent this, I knew that I had to write it and then I started writing it and it got way out of control. I love writing sleazy assholes, mostly because I just picture guys that I’ve waited on (who have said and done things like this before) and combine them with a few of my past coworkers. Also, I love the idea that Roy has to watch as Riza gets flirted with left and right and can't shit about it. There perhaps aren’t as many shenanigans from the crew because I focused on Riza and the mission, but you better believe I used the word “straddle”.

Last Call

Riza tapped her foot impatiently as she stood at the mouth of an alley outside of a swanky club and thought not for the first time, I’m going to kill that man. Future goals be damned, she was going to murder Roy Mustang.

It wasn’t just the outfit that she’d been forced to wear or the fact that she’d had to wear it a total of six times. It wasn’t the fact that her new “boss” kept making a lot of comments that weren’t the least bit subtle about her “moving up” in the business. It wasn’t the smug grin from Rebecca, who had somehow managed to get the surveillance job that Riza had wanted because “pregnant women aren’t as attractive”, or Havoc’s waggling eyebrows from behind the bar every time she picked up a drink from him. It wasn’t the way Fuery’s face went bright red every time he saw her in her new “uniform” or the exaggerated lewd behavior from Breda as he flashed money in the air.

No, what really got under Riza’s skin was the way Roy’s dark eyes seemed to find her no matter where she was. She couldn’t stand the way he looked at her with such open lust. It was part of the job. He couldn’t look at her like she was his adjutant or a lamp in the corner of the room. He had to play his part of the attracted customer wanting more than just a bourbon on the rocks. But he wasn’t playing at anything. She saw the way he looked at her, like she was the most desirable thing in the world, and he wanted her. Not in that he wanted to flirt or play with her for an hour, but in that he wanted to take her back to his place and explore every inch of her skin with his eyes, hands, and lips.

It was enough to feel so hot under the collar that she could barely breathe whenever she caught his eyes. She felt herself squirming even as she walked, gripping the tray in her hands tighter, and almost blushing as she tried to speak to her customers. To be honest, she couldn’t tell if she wanted him to stop or for him to come up from behind her and take her away from her and do all the things that damn gaze of his promised.

She was going to kill him.

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We tend to see a lot of the same books around the YA community so we thought about doing a list of some of our favorite underrated books. These are the ones that we’d love to see more edits, gifsets, fanmix, discussions being brought here on tumblr and other social medias. Take a look at the summaries and find which one fits more what you like to read about, they may surprise you with an amazing story!

Charm & Strange by Stephanie Kuehn

“Andrew Winston Winters is at war with himself.

He’s part Win, the lonely teenager exiled to a remote Vermont boarding school in the wake of a family tragedy. The guy who shuts all his classmates out, no matter the cost.

He’s part Drew, the angry young boy with violent impulses that control him. The boy who spent a fateful, long-ago summer with his brother and teenage cousins, only to endure a secret so monstrous it led three children to do the unthinkable.

Over the course of one night, while stuck at a party deep in the New England woods, Andrew battles both the pain of his past and the isolation of his present.

Before the sun rises, he’ll either surrender his sanity to the wild darkness inside his mind or make peace with the most elemental of truths—that choosing to live can mean so much more than not dying.”

Colorblind by Siera Maley

“Harper has a secret…and it’s not that she likes girls. She has a rare and special gift: she can see how old other people will be when they pass away. Nothing she does changes this number, and that becomes especially clear when her mother dies in a car crash. With only one other person in the world who knows about and shares her gift, Harper is determined to keep her distance from everyone. Then she falls for Chloe… whose number is 16.

That means that Chloe doesn’t have twelve months to live. She doesn’t even have six.
She is going to be dead by the end of the summer, unless Harper can find a way to stop it.”

Conviction by Kelly Loy Gilbert

“Ten years ago, God gave Braden a sign, a promise that his family wouldn’t fall apart the way he feared.

But Braden got it wrong: his older brother, Trey, has been estranged from the family for almost as long, and his father, the only parent Braden has ever known, has been accused of murder. The arrest of Braden’s father, a well-known Christian radio host, has sparked national media attention. His fate lies in his son’s hands; Braden is the key witness in the upcoming trial.

Braden has always measured himself through baseball. He is the star pitcher in his small town of Ornette, and his ninety-four-mile-per-hour pitch al- ready has minor league scouts buzzing in his junior year. Now the rules of the sport that has always been Braden’s saving grace are blurred in ways he never realized, and the prospect of playing against Alex Reyes, the nephew of the police officer his father is accused of killing, is haunting his every pitch.

Braden faces an impossible choice, one that will define him for the rest of his life, in this brutally honest debut novel about family, faith, and the ultimate test of conviction.

Dirty London by Kelley York

“All London Noble wanted out of her senior year of high school was anonymity. The complete opposite of Jasmine, her emotionally unstable baby sister, London has worked hard to stay out of the spotlight.

Then she discovers that Wade, one of the most popular guys in school, is gay like her and their new-found closeness based around their shared secret has half the student body convinced they’re hooking up…and a lot of girls aren’t happy about it. Now she’s been dubbed “Dirty London.” Rumors are flying about her inability to keep her clothes on, and London is pretty sure she’s developing a crush on the one girl who sees through it all.

If she could admit why stealing boyfriends is the last thing on her mind—not to mention find out what’s going on with Jasmine and her rapidly disappearing psych medications—her life would be a much brighter place. But if her and Wade’s truth gets out, and if she doesn’t find a way to help her sister, London faces losing a lot more than her obscurity.” 

Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone

“Samantha McAllister looks just like the rest of the popular girls in her junior class. But hidden beneath the straightened hair and expertly applied makeup is a secret that her friends would never understand: Sam has Purely-Obsessional OCD and is consumed by a stream of dark thoughts and worries that she can’t turn off.

Second-guessing every move, thought, and word makes daily life a struggle, and it doesn’t help that her lifelong friends will turn toxic at the first sign of a wrong outfit, wrong lunch, or wrong crush. Yet Sam knows she’d be truly crazy to leave the protection of the most popular girls in school. So when Sam meets Caroline, she has to keep her new friend with a refreshing sense of humor and no style a secret, right up there with Sam’s weekly visits to her psychiatrist.

Caroline introduces Sam to Poet’s Corner, a hidden room and a tight-knit group of misfits who have been ignored by the school at large. Sam is drawn to them immediately, especially a guitar-playing guy with a talent for verse, and starts to discover a whole new side of herself. Slowly, she begins to feel more “normal” than she ever has as part of the popular crowd … until she finds a new reason to question her sanity and all she holds dear.”

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The Isolated Lives of North Dakota’s Gay Oil Field Workers

Homophobia never lingers far from the surface. “I was at a bar the other night, when this guy started calling me a ‘fucking queer,’” Jon Kelly, a burly 29-year-old real estate developer who moved to Williston four years ago, told me. “I’ve been out for ten years, and nobody’s ever said that to me.”

Kelly tried to defuse the situation. But when the drunken taunting wouldn’t stop, he was left with no other option: “I punched him in the face, knocked him down to the ground,” Kelly told me. “And I told him, 'You just got your ass beat by a fucking queer.’”


Talking Ten Years of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ with Two of Its Stars

This post originally appeared on VICE UK.

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia started ten years ago as a pet project between a few friends who didn’t know dick about making a TV show. As it enters its eleventh season this January, it has grown into the cable television equivalent of the beloved neighborhood drunk everyone gravitates toward at the bar, spouting real truths about the world while teetering on his bar stool. Its characters, morally bankrupt friends in their 30s and a sordid father figure played by Danny DeVito, have become household names. Part of the reason Sunny has been so successful, despite its lack of fancy awards to place on the mantle, is its rabid cult following, which has helped to spread the word about the show and stuck with it even through its ascent into mainstream consciousness.

As it’s gained a broader audience, the show has also managed to hold onto the fucked up storylines and psychopathic behavior of its characters that have been its hallmark since 2005. The show uses the gang of five dysfunctional, alcoholic, occasionally drug-addicted, narcissistic bar owners as a mirror, reflecting the push-pull extremities of American society and politics, and the personalities at either end of the spectrum. They are also, for all their awful qualities, pretty endearing characters, even if you’d never want to hang out with them in real life.

A new teaser trailer for the upcoming eleventh season came out earlier this week, so I took the opportunity to get in touch with two of its stars and writers, Glenn Howerton (Dennis Reynolds) and Charlie Day (Charlie Kelly), for a chat about the past ten years.

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We are acting every day in the desert, and between us and the miners were the miners’ wives. It then was a world that was lived through this story and it involved these extras.

We, as actors, suddenly look at each other and said, “Imagine what it might have been living through this.”

All we had to do basically was open our hearts a little bit and see that next to us were people that are reliving… this again because they aren’t actors and all they knew was that they are reliving a moment in their lives, and that was shocking.

Music will also be present in this film, where Cote de Pablo sings Gracias a la Vida (“Thanks to Life”)

It is an important moment in the story because it is when all faith is lost, all hope is lost. For a moment, we all lose hope. So it is an ironic moment, so to speak… a soulful moment.

Cote’s character tells the stories of several miner’s wives, an opportunity that allowed her to connect with Chile, a place she had left when she was only ten years old.