Jimin is sleepy, he’s tired and he’s struggling to keep his eyes open. He refuses to fall asleep because he thinks that would be “bad boyfriend behavior”. He came to your house in sweatpants and a black hoodie over his head ready for your date at home. Jimin zones out every once in while, while you’re telling a story. You’d wave your hand in front of him until he snaps back and now he’s muttering apologies. You suggest you guys cuddle and take a nap together. Jimin refuses and gestures for you to continue your story. You let out a long sigh and twist your body to face him. He’s already looking at you, you take his face in your hands and study it for all the signs that he needs sleep. Your hands are warm and comforting to jimin. He relaxes and leans into your touch closing his eyes. You run your thumbs across his cheek and before you can even open your mouth to lecture him he’s falling into you. His head is resting on your chest and arms lazily wrapped around you. Your warmth, scent, and heartbeat lulls him to sleep.
Arts and crafts
Multiple birth siblings
Student council president
Nursery school teacher
Make up artist
Student council president
53: Slytherins have a black market where they sell everything from information to muggle pens. The head of house knows about it, but is under the impression that as long as they don’t get caught, that it’s good for them.
A/N:M-Rated. I decided to write an alternate ending to 2x23. There’s angst with a splash of love finally declared and sexy times.
Through the languor of bone deep exhaustion, Felicity could feel the vehicle ease to a complete stop. She was both physically and emotionally drained. The trip back from Lian Yu and the horrifying events of the last few days were catching up with her. She lay heavily against the door of the passenger seat in Oliver’s car, with her head against the window, seeking relief in the coolness of the glass.
He felt an arm hook around his waist, and the girl beside him scanned the girls in front of him, blonde hair shining under the nightclub’s light. “Babe, who are they?” Confusion swamped over him but he was careful not to let it show on his face, lest he give himself away. He hadn’t an inkling as to who she was. Written for Saiede Week (@saiedeweek) Day 6: AU
A/N: Aaaaah! I’m in love with this honestly? Does that sound arrogant? I hope not… But it’s just the longest one shot I’ve ever written so I’m vv proud I really hope you guys like this one! <3 Saihara and Kaede are so pure I love my nerds
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Welcome to House Words Wednesdays! Each week, I’ll take a House without known canon/semi-canon words and present what I think could make sense as that House’s motto. You’re free to suggest more as well; take a look at this link to see what has already been suggested, and shoot me a tweet or ask through Tumblr if you have another House you’d like to see.
House Thenn is the second of the wildling “Houses” I am doing for House Words Wednesdays. Not that you would ever catch a wildling adopting words of his or her own: house words, like sigils and chivalry, are “southron” concepts utterly alien to the free folk culture. However, I thought the newly created House Thenn fitting to do because of its entry into this more “southron” world in ADWD. The Thenns are perhaps the most organized of the free folk inhabitants beyond the Wall: they have lords and laws, mine copper and tin, are equipped with simple shields, bronze helms, and bronze weapons, forge their own arms, and follow a supreme leader called the Magnar (which itself means “lord” in the Old Tongue). Still, lest it be thought the Thenns are mere transplants of noblemen south of the Wall, the Thenns deal more frequently with the giants than other wildlings do and consider their Magnar closer to a god than a mere liege lord.
In ADWD, the new Magnar of Thenn is young Sigorn, a fierce warrior at first reluctant to join his forces to those of the Night’s Watch, as his father was slain at the Battle of Castle Black. To win his support (and to save Alys Karstark from a forced marriage to her deplorable cousin Cregan), Jon arranges that Sigorn and Alys wed at Castle Black, in a R'hllor-ite ceremony conducted by Melisandre. To mark the creation of the new House Thenn, Jon has made for Sigorn a sigil: a bronze disk surrounded by red flames on a white field. The sigil recalls that of House Karstark - a white sunburst on a black field - as Alys is now head of the House (or at least while her brother Harrion’s fate remains unknown). At the same time, the sigil reflects the Thenn culture (the bronze disk) as well as the R'hllor-ite manner of the House’s creation (Melisandre being always associated with the color red and with fire).
In keeping with this “southron-ization” of the Thenns, I decided to make the words for the newly created House Thenn No Longer in Shadow. I wanted words that were related to the Karstark words (The Sun of Winter) but were at the same time their own motto. So, I thought, as the rising sun casts its light upon winter, so those who were once in shadow would find themselves bathed in its glow. Similarly, House Thenn has emerged from the obscurity of life beyond the Wall (living, so to speak, in the massive Wall’s shadow) to prominence in the North, ruling (at least in name) the important seat of Karhold. Moreover, I like these words for how they reflect the unity of humanity embodied in Alys and Sigorn. The misunderstood, shadowy enemy the “southron” people have to accept is not the Others, it’s the wildlings; only by standing together as a single human entity can humanity be preserved.
Let me know what you think of these words for the Thenns. Next week’s House for HWW goes to the complete opposite end of the Westerosi continent, familiar friends of the Princess Presumptive of Dorne.
-Everyone is a succubus (Or half incubus, or one person isn’t. Usually the FACE family is a mixed incubus family.)
-Most of them are cat people and like two of them aren’t. (Specifically those people that aren’t rescue the cat people from the black market and have like a cat people half-way home)
-I love giving America disadvantages and seeing how he can deal with them. (Loss of strength, blindness, missing limbs– this one especially if he’s a veteran [war veteran Alfred is my fave]– wheelchair, ect. He’s such a strong character) Bonus if he has to end up with Russia, and Russia has to learn to be a little sweeter if they aren’t physical equals.)
-I also love making Prussia a literal fairy? He just seems perfect to be fey. (Isn’t demon a little obvious? That iron weakness drives him crazy.)
-Any AU in which France owns a restaurant/bakery/is a chef.
-America is in trouble and Canada is a protective older brother.
-England in positions of power (King/head of house/powerful black mage. I like making him the bad guy sometimes :3)
-Medieval settings. (America and Canada as princes. England as a pirate or a king. Prussia as a knight, usually, but he could be a prince. France as castle chef or adviser or lord. Magical creatures if not court politics. Fantasy medieval AUs. Russia as royalty or a saucy peasant, or the black hand of the king.)
Why do the others respect Sans enough for them to put him as the head of the house? I would have thought that Black or Indigo (before he got kicked out) would fight for the spot.
He kinda just fell into that position accidentally, he didn’t even want to be the head but he was the best fit to be so he was. You see, despite the fact that not everyone in the household may like Sans, they all do respect him to a certain degree. It’s like a democracy, so if Indigo wanted to be the leader, Sans would for sure have at least 3-5 (Papyrus, US bros because they don’t care for the position, and UF bros MAYBE because they don’t respect Indigo at all) skeletons backing him up, while Indigo would only have Purple.
It’s more of a silent vote tho, nobody actually says Sans is the head or anything he just kind of is. All of the decisions he makes are reasonable, so most of the skeletons agree with him anyway. Sometimes he makes dumb decisions though, like locking Y/n up in a tower, so the others do their own thing, like going to see Y/n anyway. Really, it’s not like he has a bunch of power, he just makes decisions and sees if the others agree.