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Waking Up To SVT || Valentine’s Day Edition


The wind rushed into the room as he set the items in place, hoping you wouldn’t wake up mid-surprise to a half finished event. He had woken up early to prepare everything for you, hoping you would love the surprise with all your heart. 

He watched as you turned to your side, your hair falling over your face delicately. With a smile, he set down whatever he had been holding and walked over to you, moving your hair out of your face as he planted a kiss on your forehead. “Damn I adore you so much,” he’d whisper to himself.

Seungcheol: Seungcheol would be the cliche movie man. He’d have a platter of food in the kitchen that he actually made like wow man, he’d have a bath running, full of flower petals and it would be very fragrant. And when he woke you up, he’d have the sweetest smile “Happy Valentine’s day my love.” After eating breakfast in bed, he’d bring you to the bath and let you have some alone time to hopefully gush about what he was doing for you to your friends, yes he set up a phone in there. And after the bath, you’d come out in a robe, and he’d be sitting in a heart made of flower petals serenading you with ‘your song’. 

Jeonghan: Jeonghan would be the type to be too lazy to do anything too extravagant, but he would still try. You’d wake up to a coy Jeonghan who confidently says he didn’t do much, but when you look around the room, you’d see it filled with heart shaped photos of your previous dates. And the tv would suddenly turn on and a video would pop up and it would be edited clips of you guys laughing and having fun, and at the end of the video, there would be a photo from your first date, and a text would come rolling in “I, Yoon Jeonghan, will forever love you, no matter how much you annoy me. Happy Valentines day (Y/n)!”

Joshua: Joshua would be the type to go all out while keeping it simple. He’d have bears, he’d have chocolates, he’d have roses, ya know the typical Valentines day stuff Anyway, you’d wake up to the sound of his guitar playing from somewhere in the house. You’d run out into your living room/dining room and see a feast on the table, you’d see the note that told you to sit and eat as things got prepared, but being the sneaky person you were, you ran around the apartment, looking for Joshua but to your dismay he wasn’t there.  “Hi (Y/n)!” He’d greet from the screen cutely, “If you didn’t do what I told you to do, you would see that I am not in the house right now, but please don’t be alarmed, just go look out on the balcony and you’ll see where I am.” You’d rush to the nearest balcony, swinging the door open to look out and see Joshua up on the hill behind your apartment complex. He’d be surrounded by bouquets and bouquets of roses that spelled out “I LUV U”, waving to you, you’d smile cheekily before running to your front door and rushing down to him.

Jun: Jun would do the most normal thing out of all the members while also being romantic. He’d buy a crap ton of heart shaped balloons and throw them around the the room, filling them until you couldn’t see your ceiling or floor. Each balloon on the floor would have a little note stuck inside of it, and in order to read it, you’d have to pop it open. And the balloons floating above your head would have a little gift along with a note, in fact when you woke up, you were hit in the head with a teddy bear. After going through all the balloons, you’d open the door to your room to see him in the kitchen cooking breakfast in an apron. “Good morning (Y/n), happy valentines day.” he’d give you a playful wink as he set down the pan and sauntered over to you, giving you a chaste kiss. 

Hoshi: Hoshi would practically fill your apartment with stuffed bears. Starting from small to big, you would wake up to a small stuffed bear the size of your face stuffed in your arms and you would squeeze it bc it told you to, “Good morning darling, I hope you had a nice sleep.” And when you sat up, you would see another pillow sized stuffed bear sitting on your desk with a box of chocolates and a note. “I hope for our love to be as sweet as these chocolates. P.S. I made them so I hope they taste good <3” And each bear you encountered as you followed the flower petal arrows would give you a gift and a heartfelt note until you were led back to your bedroom where he would be waiting in a bear onesie with a bouquet of roses.

Wonwoo: Wonwoo’s would be simple but special, something so simple you could predict what was going to happen. You’d wake up in his arms, his husky voice the first thing you hear. “Good morning, I hope you slept well.” You’d be blindfolded as soon as he saw you were awake. He’d carry you over to what you thought was your dinner table, and he would feed you the delicious foods he had made earlier that morning oh how much ingredients he wasted rip and after breakfast, he’d lead you to the bathroom where he’d take off the blind fold and let you wash up in the warm bath that he had prepared. And when you were done, you’d get out and follow the trail of thornless roses. When you got to him, he’d have the biggest smile on his face as he saw you were smiling and he’d forget everything he had planned and just hugged you. “Happy Valentines day (Y/n), I really, really, really love you.”

Woozi: Woozi would do something that he knew he could do. And what can he do you ask? He can make you a song. Woozi would be in his studio, making a song describing your relationship and how he felt when he saw you. On Valentine’s day, he would present it to you in an old fashioned way, a cassette tape tied to three balloons. You would wake up to the gentle hands that belonged to Jihoon and rise slowly, unaware of what he was doing. And once you became aware, everything seemed to fall in place, a balloon floated your way with a cassette tape and you would look up to Jihoon who was now standing in the doorway. “Come on, you gotta find the cassette player to listen to it.” Your morning would be filled with a treasure hunt to find the cassette player, determined to listen to what was on it -of course you knew it had to do with music, but nonetheless, you wanted to listen to it, and feel the effort and heart that Jihoon poured into it. When you finally found it and ended the treasure hunt, you’d sit down in the living room and place it on your coffee table to play as you sat on the couch and cuddled with him. “I love you (Y/n)” he would say as the song finished. 

Seokmin: Seokmin would be normal on Valentine’s day. He would wake you up with his smile that could compete with the sun and give you a giant hug. The day would be filled with tons of skinship, every chance he’d get, he’d be hugging you or giving you sweet pecks on the cheek. He’d have individual pieces of chocolate in his pocket that he’d bring out at random times in the morning and he’d literally stuff it in your mouth. And when you’re least expecting it, he’d bring out a giant bundle of balloons that each have a rose tied to them and he’d walk around the house with them and each hour at the same time, he’d give you one along with a peck on the cheek. 

Mingyu: Mingyu would wake up hella early to cook you food. Knowing that food is something that you both love a lot, that’s what he did, he woke up at the ass crack of dawn to make a whole bunch of your favorite dishes. He’d even go as far to make his own assorted chocolates and chocolate strawberries. When it was time for the big reveal, you’d wake up to the smell of nice ass foods and dishes that he had made and run out to your kitchen/dining room only to be blocked by Mingyu. Knowing you’d wake up to the smell of food sooner or later, he stood in front of your bedroom door, blocking it with all his might and gifts that he didn’t make in his hands. He had went out and bought a large bouquet of your favorite flowers, along with some roses and a medium sized teddy bear. “Good morning, I know you love my food but hear me out first okay sweets?” 

Minghao: Minghao’s wake up surprise would be a thing you’ve never seen before. You’d wake up on the living room couch with a tray of food before your eyes, and there would be a note telling you to eat up and stay in the living room. And you wouldn’t notice it at first, but the Tv would be on, and it would be playing this sweet song that COUgh he wrote himself couGH and you’d hum along to the melody after realizing it was playing. And all of a sudden the song would stop and a video would play, “Good morning (Y/n)! If you are still in the living room, I want you to get up and walk to the kitchen and open the oven, there’s some stuff in there.” And when you did as asked, you’d see that there was a cake-along with a note and a stuffed cat. You’d feel him embrace you from behind, and he just wraps his arms around your waist and rests his head on your shoulder. “Happy valentines day my love”

Seungkwan: Seungkwan would do THE most for you. He would plan for his morning surprise like two months ahead just to make sure he had everything he needed and that everything would go as planned. You’d wake up to his soft singing voice, a song that he had made himself would flow to your ears as he played the instrumental. You’d open your eyes to see him sitting at the end of your bed with a giant stuffed bear and he’d have the purest smile on his face as he saw you beam. “Happy Valentines day,” he greet. And you’d think that this is it, but no, he has more. Seungkwan would bring you out to a living room full of photos with notes and small gifts. “I love you so much, and no matter what I won’t forget about you, not today, not tomorrow, not ever.”  And after getting ready, he’d take you out for breakfast. 

Vernon: Vernon’s would be very pure. Like this extremely pure being, everything he’d prepare for you would be pure, sweet and heartfelt. Everytime he went to buy, or taste, or look for things for this special day, he would try to remember what you like and if it would suit your taste. The whole day, he is worrying whether or not you would like the things you’re doing for him, or even if it’s enough. You would wake up to shy kisses on your cheeks and lips, the first thing you see when you open your eyes would be Vernon’s eyes. He would kiss you on the lips as soon as you make eye contact and pull away from you all shy before pulling you from your bed and bringng you out into the living room. The ceiling is filled with balloons that have photos of your dates hung upon them, and couch is scattered with handmade chocolates and oragami notes. “I hope you like it,” he’s say timidly as he walked up to you and kissed the top of your forehead. “Happy Valentine’s day.”

Dino: Dino’s would be a very new approach to things. He is a newbie to life, and a newbie to long-term love. He would get you the regular teddy bear from the store and he would set it on your computer chair. He’d set up notes around your house, telling you which way to go, and nice little things he had thought but never told you. “I know I don’t say it a lot, but I appreciate that you’re here with me on this journey of life as we start our careers and experience new things as adults. Happy Valentines day love.” And he’d pop out from behind the couch with those little confetti poppers and scare you, pulling you into a back hug as he kissed your cheek. 

im starting to think im actually a goat meant for the outdoors for many reasons but One is the fact that while i can run down complex hills and calculate how not to fall on my ass and what rocky surfaces and debris is save to land on in the blink of a second, i have never fucking mastered walking down stairs

like i default to it being filled with obstacles and having to manouvre a lot and quickly but its ?? just smooth?? so whenever i walk down stairs i either jump between steps and make a Loud fucking Mess or i just awkardly limp down i 

cant go down stairs normally

Misunderstandings - Bucky x Reader

“I’ve met someone.”

You were on your way downstairs, your towel around your neck, your bottle under your arm and you were wrapping your watch around your wrist. You didn’t even notice the voice in the first moment.

But the moment you realized, it was like someone stepped on your heart made of glass.

And it cracked.

And it crumbled.

“You did?”

“Yeah, she’s…amazing. She’s always polite and so caring. And funny, even if she would deny that. And she’s beautiful. Heads turn for her and she doesn’t even know. Oh god, she’s an angel. When she smiles, the room gets brighter. My world gets brighter. It’s like I’ve been colorblind. I saw the world in grey and she made it colorful. I feel like a whole different person. Because of her. She’s the light in my darkness.”

“Oh, Bucky. You’re beyond all hope. You fell hard for this girl. Can I meet her?”

“Well…uhm…I didn’t tell her yet.”

“Oh no. When do you wanna tell her?”

“I don’t know, Steve. I don’t know how I should tell her. And what if she doesn’t feel the same way?”

“When she hears how you talk about her, she gonna fall in love with eventually. And who knows…maybe she is already. But if you don’t make a move soon, she might be gone.”

Steve was right. If he would’ve talked about you like this, you would’ve fallen in love with him…again. 

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Fugees feat. A Tribe Called Quest & Busta Rhymes 

“Rumble In The Jungle”

“We used to bite the bullets with the pig-skin casing…

Now we perfect slang like a gang of street masons…

Scribe checks…make connects

True pyramid architects…

Replace the last name with the X

The man’s got a God complex…”

Lauryn Hill | 1996 | Album: When We Were Kings Soundtrack 

Cases of 24 unarmed black men killed by police this year

The fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, last year has led to new scrutiny of the use of deadly force by police. As of Friday evening, officers nationwide had shot and killed 585 people in 2015, according to an ongoing examination by The Washington Post. Of those, 60 were unarmed; 24, like Brown, were unarmed and black. On average, an unarmed black man was fatally shot by police every nine days in the first seven months of 2015.

Here are summaries of those 24 cases, based on news reports and additional reporting:

Jan. 8 — Artago Damon Howard, 36, was killed after a Union County, Arkansas, sheriff’s deputy responded to a burglary alarm at a pharmacy. The deputy found the front door broken and Howard inside. Howard was shot as he struggled for control of the deputy’s gun.

Feb. 4 — Jeremy Lett, 28, was killed by a Tallahassee, Florida, officer who was responding to reports of a man banging on doors at an apartment complex. The officer found Lett lying on the ground, awakened him and Lett attacked. After a stun gun failed to subdue Lett, the officer shot him five times. A grand jury cleared the officer on Feb. 26.

Feb. 15 — Lavall Hall, 25, was killed by a Miami Gardens, Florida, officer after Hall’s mother sought help getting her mentally ill son under control. The officer and his partner found Hall outside in his underwear, swinging a broomstick handle. After Hall refused orders to drop it, the officer shot him twice.

Feb. 28 — Thomas Allen, 34, was killed after a Wellston, Missouri, police officer stopped the car in which he was riding for making an illegal turn. While police spoke to the car’s driver on the roadside, Allen climbed behind the wheel and tried to flee with the driver’s 5-year-old daughter. The officer jumped into the front passenger seat and shot Allen three times.

March 1 — Charly Leundeu Keunang, 43, was killed by Los Angeles police after trying to gain control of an officer’s gun during a scuffle on skid row. Keunang, who was homeless and had a history of mental illness, was shot multiple times.

March 6 — Naeschylus Vinzant, 37, was killed by an Aurora, Colorado, police officer who was part of a SWAT team trying to arrest Vinzant on charges of kidnapping, robbery and parole violation. Police have not said what prompted the officer to open fire.

March 6 — Tony Robinson, 19, was killed by a Madison, Wisconsin, police officer who forced his way into Robinson’s apartment after multiple reports of a man behaving erratically. Robinson, who friends said had eaten a large quantity of hallucinogenic mushrooms, assaulted the officer, who opened fire. Prosecutors declined to file charges on May 12.

March 9 —Anthony Hill, 27, was killed after a DeKalb County, Georgia, officer responded to reports of a naked man running around an Atlanta apartment complex. Hill, an Air Force veteran who served in Afghanistan and struggled with bipolar disorder, charged at the officer, who fired two shots.

March 12 — Bobby Gross, 35, was killed by a Washington, D.C., Metro transit officer responding to reports of a man trespassing in a subway tunnel. Gross, who was wearing no shoes or pants, rushed at the lone, female officer with a large tree branch, and she opened fire.

March 19 — Brandon Jones, 18, was killed after burglarizing a Cleveland grocery store of cigarettes and a sack of Canadian coins. Two Cleveland officers confronted Jones as he exited the store. During a subsequent struggle, one of the officers shot Jones at close range.

April 2 — Eric Harris, 44, was killed after trying to sell a gun to an undercover officer in Tulsa. When uniformed officers arrived, Harris fled on foot but was quickly tackled by police. As he was being subdued, Tulsa County sheriff’s reserve deputy Robert Bates inadvertently fired his gun instead of a stun gun. Bates has been charged with second-degree manslaughter.

April 4 — Walter Scott, 50, was shocked with a stun gun and then shot in the back as he ran from North Charleston, South Carolina, police officer Michael Thomas Slager. Slager said he had stopped Scott because of a broken taillight and that Scott grabbed his stun gun. A bystander recorded the shooting on a cellphone camera. Slager has been charged with murder.

April 15 — Frank Shephard, 41, was killed after Houston police began to follow his car because of what police called “suspicious activity.” Shephard led officers on a brief chase, striking two vehicles before he stopped. When he climbed out of his car, officers ordered him to raise his hands. Police said they opened fire because he reached back into his car.

April 22 — William Chapman, 18, was suspected by Wal-Mart security of shoplifting. When Chapman exited the store, a Portsmouth, Virginia, police officer stopped him in the parking lot, and a struggle ensued. A witness said that Chapman knocked a stun gun out of the officer’s hand and then appeared to charge the officer, who then shot him.

April 25 — David Felix, 24, fled New York City detectives who had gone to his apartment to interview him about the robbery of a woman’s purse. When officers caught up with Felix, he struggled with them, grabbed a police radio from one and struck a detective in the head. One opened fire, killing him. Felix suffered from schizophrenia.

May 5 — Brandon Glenn, 29, scuffled with a bouncer outside of a bar in Venice, California, where he was homeless. When two Los Angeles police officers attempted to detain Glenn, a physical confrontation ensued. A nearby security camera recorded the shooting and showed one of the officers stepping back and firing two shots.

June 15 — Kris Jackson, 22, was climbing out a motel room window in the resort town of South Lake Tahoe, California, when he was fatally shot by police. South Lake Tahoe police said they were called to investigate the report of a woman screaming and crying. An officer standing outside the motel shot Jackson because he “perceived a deadly threat,” police said.

June 25 — Spencer McCain, 41, was shot after Baltimore County deputies were called to an apartment in Owings Mills, Maryland. to investigate a report of domestic violence. As officers were en route, McCain threatened suicide. Police forced their way into the apartment and said they shot McCain because he acted in a manner that led them to believe he had a gun.

July 12 — Salvado Ellswood, 36, was killed by a Plantation, Florida, police officer who encountered him behind an office building while on foot patrol. Police said that the officer told Ellswood, who was homeless, to leave and that he punched the officer in the face. The officer shocked Ellswood with a stun gun and, when Ellswood grew more aggressive, shot him with his handgun.

July 17 — Albert Joseph Davis, 23, was shot in the chest by an Orlando, Florida, officer after police were called to an apartment building where Davis and four others were fighting. Police attempted to arrest Davis, who fled. When the officer caught up with Davis, a struggle ensued. The officer shocked Davis with a stun gun and then fatally shot him.

July 17— Darrius Stewart, 19, was killed as officers tried to handcuff him during a traffic stop in Memphis. Police said Stewart was the passenger in a car that police stopped because of a broken headlight. As police detained Stewart for arrest based on a warrant, he struck an officer in the face with handcuffs and then ran. The officer caught Stewart, the two struggled, and the officer shot him.

July 19— Samuel DuBose, 43, was killed by a University of Cincinnati officer who stopped him because his car was missing a license plate. Officer Raymond Tensing said DuBose dragged him with his car after he approached the vehicle. Tensing’s body camera shows the officer thrusting his gun through the window and shooting DuBose once in the head. Prosecutors have charged him with murder.

July 2 — Victor Emanuel Larosa, 23, struck a Jacksonville, Florida, police officer with his vehicle and rammed a police cruiser during an undercover drug sting. Larosa crashed the vehicle into an apartment building, jumped out and started to run. He tripped and as he got up, turned toward a pursuing officer while reaching for his waistband, police said. The officer fired eight times, killing Larosa.

Aug. 7 — Chrisitan Taylor, 19, crashed an SUV through the front window of a car dealership in Arlington, Texas, and a security company alerted police to a burglary in progress. Arlington police confronted Taylor in the dealership showroom and shot him during an altercation.

Just don’t stop this fight in memory of the victims!!!


The man accused of killing three Muslim students in North Carolina could face the death penalty, a district court judge ruled on Monday.

Craig Stephen Hicks has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the 10 February shooting of 23-year-old Deah Shaddy Barakat; his wife, 21-year-old Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha; and her sister, 19-year-old Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha.

Police say the alleged murders were prompted by a long-running parking dispute at a Chapel Hill condominium complex, but the family of the victims say they were killed because they were Muslim.


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