that other other story


By present day they haven’t seen each other in a long while… but when Ricardo eventually goes on tour again, I think maybe a reunion might be in the cards? ;)


Scarlet’s POV

Bernard and I had ended up by the waterfront after a day of sight-seeing in San Myshuno; and saying it was cold was an understatement.

“Where is this taxi? I can feel the blood in my veins turning to ice,” I snapped, jogging in place.

“It really isn’t that cold,” Bernard mumbled slyly; slightly shrugging as he did.

“I’m sorry I feel the cold more,” I spat, rolling my eyes as he chuckled.

“Hi I’m Scarlet O’Connor and I can’t handle 15 degrees celsius,” He mocked my high-pitched voice, dancing around me.

“Very funny, Bianco,” I crossed my arms, eyeing him angrily.

“Hi I’m Scarlet O’Connor and I call people by their last names when I’m angry,” He laughed mid-sentence; almost bowling himself over onto the footpath.

“You are the worst Bernard,” I sighed as I helped him stand up properly.

“The best of the worst,” He grinned, winking as cheekily as he possibly could.

“And I wouldn’t want anything more,” He was my idea of perfection. He was so beautifully flawed and somehow I fell in love with each of his flaws; his stubbornness, his occasional anger issues, his self-doubt, his past addictions. Everything, I fell in love with it all. I’m in love with him.

“Taxi’s here,” He chirped, gesturing to the obnoxiously bright yellow car parked behind him. If I wasn’t freezing my limbs off, I would have happily stayed out in the quiet night with him; mumbling soft words to one another as the city continued its routine around us. With him, everything felt like a fairy tale. 

“You got the address to the hotel?” I inquired as he opened the car door for me.

“Of course I do, let’s go.” He climbed into the backseat beside me; his height making him sit as if he were a grasshopper in the small car. I never wanted to leave San Myshuno; I wanted moments like these forever.


anonymous asked:

So you're telling me the fact that they didn't end together was that they were living far away from each other?! Maybe they would have married if not? That's so curious and beautiful and I'm loving it. I love that they're just friends, and so close to each other (that's a great reason why I love them), but I find very interesting and beautiful how the way things develop makes thing change that much. I'm sorry for the questions, I promise these are the last ones. I just can't shut up about them

Yes :) But I really like the concept of such close friendship between them. There’s so much more I wan’t to tell you about them but I can’t because spoilersssss :’) But yeah, there are stuff… and things… and argh xD
And ask about anything you like, if I can’t tell you something I won’t obviously but questions about my ocs make my day, so don’t ever feel guilty :) Thank you for the interest.

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There’s nothing wrong with wanting to see a variety of characters, but don’t for one second think it’s even remotely “okay” to demand them of people. If content creator’s put them in their stories, than great, but if not, sit down and shut the fuck up because it’s not being written for you specifically since the world doesn’t revolve around you.

Stop being self-centered, stop acting like you’re some kind of “hero” when you target content creator’s and try to blackmail/guilt them into doing you’re bidding, like some kind of demented comic book villain.


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'Crazy Rich Asians' Lands Its Male Lead (Exclusive)
Henry Golding, who has never starred in a feature film before, will play Nick Young in the adaptation directed by Jon M. Chu.

Crazy Rich Asians has landed its male lead, casting Henry Golding to play Nick Young.

Fresh Off the Boat actress Constance Wu is starring in the adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s hit book about the lives of wealthy Chinese families living in Singapore. Jon M. Chu is directing the Warner Bros. film.

The story follows Rachel Chu (Wu), an American-born Chinese economics professor, who travels to her boyfriend Nick’s (Golding) hometown of Singapore for his best friend’s wedding. Before long, his secret is out: Nick is from a family that is impossibly wealthy, he’s perhaps the most eligible bachelor in Asia, and every single woman in his ultra-rarefied social class is incredibly jealous of Rachel and wants to bring her down.

Michelle Yeoh is attached to play Nick’s controlling mother who disapproves of Rachel.

Color Force’s Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson, as well as Ivanhoe president John Penotti, are producing. Kevin Kwan will serve as executive producer along with Ivanhoe chairman Robert Friedland. Courtenay Valenti and Jon Gonda will oversee the project for Warner Bros.

With plans to feature an all-Asian cast, the filmmakers have set out on a worldwide search to find the stars of Crazy Rich Asians. Golding, whose father is from England and his mother from the Iban tribe in Sarawak, Malaysia, is a true discovery. He is currently based in Singapore after growing up in London, and has never been featured in a film, but has experience hosting for TV travel shows. He is represented by management company FLY Entertainment in Singapore.