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kevin and neil headcanons because i dont see nearly enough for them

☆neil: what is ‘dabbing’ kevin: absolutely not
☆kevin has to chop vegetables into tiny pieces and sneak them into neils dinners because his eating habits are shit
☆they go grocery shopping together and neil keeps putting junk food in the cart and kevin keeps shoving it back onto random shelves with varying levels of rage
☆neil: do i even weigh anything to you? kevin, holding him a foot off the ground: no. its like holding a bag of grapes
☆whack each other w their exy racquets when they get too Extra during practice
☆scary movie ride or die fans
☆kevin curls up and watches through his fingers and neil punches kevins leg when a jumpscare gets him
☆kevin: *mentions anyone who has even slightly inconvenienced him* neil: you should kill them
☆kevin can always sense neils bullshit and he will, inevitably and invariably, be able to tell when neil is doing Something Stupid
☆neil photobombs kevins interviews at/after games ALL THE TIME
☆kevin: it was a tough game but our hard work paid off
☆neil: in the background wearing 3 pairs of sunglasses and dumping an entire gatorade over his head while maintaining eye contact with the camera
☆neil can suplex kevin
☆they are savage at dragging like god help whoever brings down their Roasting Session upon themselves bc they will taste the wrath of a god
☆neil makes a game of how many outlandish claims he can make and still have kevin believe him
☆neil: did you know i once spent a week in australia and had to eat nothing but jellyfish and twinkies to survive
☆kevin, wide eyed and scandalized: how are you alive
☆neil WILL pick a fight in a fast food restaurant and kevin has to bail him out
☆kevin listens to 80s pop music when he works out and neil finds out. neil Finds Out.
☆neil plays 21 loops of tom jones’ ‘whats new pussycat’ and kevin tells him to put in 1 ‘its not unusual’
☆kevin will send neil a million texts until he gets a response. like in a row, in the span of 15 seconds buzz buzz bitch where are you
☆neil watches chopped and kevin loses his mind because neil will drag a contestant for mixing caviar with peppers while at the same time eating like mac n cheese with nutella
☆they get too into laser tag and get kicked out

thanks i love them

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May 22, 1989

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Everlasting Party - Mystic Messenger Time Loop AU (pt 21)

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Summary: You’re caught in a time loop during the 11 days leading up to the RFA’s party unless you can do… what, exactly?

13+. Small spoilers for an event common to Yoosung, Seven, and Zen’s routes.

Busy week so this chapter’s a little later than usual, but it’s also pretty long. Thanks for reading!


You glance up at the security camera above the door to the apartment as you shift your grocery bags to one hand so you can type in the passcode. Briefly you wonder if you ever make eye contact with Seven when you look at the cameras. Well, you doubt he’s keeping an eye on them 24/7. Maybe he just has it set up to notify him if a stranger comes by or something. The only stranger you can think of doesn’t seem to have any trouble hacking the security feeds, though… Ugh.

There’s a click as the door unlocks and you nudge it open with your hip, using your foot to shut it behind you as you enter the apartment. You flick the lights on and give the desk a wide berth on your way to the kitchen to set your groceries down on the counter. You didn’t buy much – there’s hardly any point in stockpiling ingredients for later – but you do have a few vegetables, snacks, and other foods now. At the very least, you never have to worry about something going bad before you get the chance to use it.

Somewhere deep in your purse, your phone rings. You set down the milk you were about to put in the fridge and dig around in your bag until you find it, barely glancing at the caller ID before swiping to answer. “Hello?”

“It’s me.” His deep voice is instantly recognizable.

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My love for the HIMYM Finale will always "Last Forever"

I remember that one September night on the 19th of 2005. I was a wee little lad, laying on the living room couch. Dad just got home and decided to watch this new sitcom called “How I met your mother”. I liked the pilot, and kept returning from time to time, and eventually stopped when season 5 ended. When I got Netflix I saw the show was on stream. I decided to watch it from the beginning again and caught up to the current season 6. I started watching the show on season 7 again on TV, and on March 31st, “Last Forever” aired on CBS, the last episode of one of my favorite comedy shows of all time. Maybe it was because I was with them since the beginning back in ‘05. After the episode ended, I was surprised with the shocking ending. I was confused, sad, mad and decided to sleep. In the morning I thought about it over and over and thought to myself: “That was the best way to end the series”. I decided to watch the reviews online, and everyone hated it, claiming it to be “one of the worst ending aired in television history”. Maybe they’re feeling the same way I did before waking up, they’ll get over it.

It’s been 11 weeks since the finale, everyone still hates it.

But, why?

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           The doctors have said they can see her now. The surgery went well, but they’re still monitoring her closely. One visitor at a time. Initially they said only family, but at the look on John’s face an exception was made.

           Jackie goes first, of course. Pete and John sit side by side. Pete’s only just got back from getting Tony, dropping him at a friend’s. He looks tired.

           “You made her happy.”

           She’s not dead.

           “She makes me happy, too.”

           “I’m sorry.”

           She’s not dead.

           They fall back into silence. John doesn’t trust himself to speak. Jackie comes out and goes straight to Pete. Pete nods at him.

           “You go.”

           John nods.

           She’s not dead.

           He walks into her room.

           Yet.

           There’s a chair by her bed, and he goes straight to it. Sits. Takes her hand. It’s not covered in bandages, but most of the rest of her is.

           He didn’t pay attention to the details. A car hit her and drove away. Someone saw it and called in. And now here she is. He heard words likefractured and punctured and internal bleeding, broken and knocked out.

           He’s not a particularly violent man but he would murder whoever was driving that car without a second thought.

           He holds onto her hand. Clears his throat.

           “Hey.”

           She doesn’t respond. It shouldn’t hurt nearly as much as it does.

           “I, um. I saved you a muffin this morning. So you should—”

           He drops his head to the bed. Catches his breath.

           “Please.”

           He squeezes her hand. No response.

weezly14. A Place Where We Only Say Goodbye. Chapter 21. Time Loop AU. 2013.