SNOW//okay but every time someone approaches me for a thread/plot like let me take care of Jon/ protect him i’m just—
yes. bless your soul. keep this child safe and happy forever.
bc honestly Jon spends 99,99% of his time taking care of everyone and he is absolutely committed to it and has no regrets but not rarely it’s at expense of his own physical and/ or psychological well being. and 99,99% of the time he’s hiding his emotions and pretending to be completely fine so that he won’t worry the ones he’s protecting and i just. yes.
Ok so the first time their child ever she's jds ghost she is pissed off at veronica and she 'runs away' (she had full intentions coming back) but she's sitting on her old elementary school swing, smoking a cigrette and he walks up and sits next to her and she looks at him confused and he's like "Holy shit can you see me?????"
Yo it would be weird bc he would be her age but to him she’s like, still a little kid bc he’s been watching her grow up and he doesn’t really have a concept of how old he is since he’s a ghost so when he realizes that he looks as old as she does it’s so trippy. And she’s like “who tf are you” and he can’t very well say he’s her dad so he’s like “um actually I’m?? A friend of your mom” and she’s like “well my mom is terrible” and he’s like “hey don’t say that she really loves you” and he has to resist the urge to say “and so do I” 😭😭😭
I honestly can’t imagine Sasuke coming home and
seamlessly morphing into an Overprotective & Controlling Dad™
who questions his daughter’s choices in clothing
or career or romance or anything, really. I think if there’s anything
Sasuke’s managed to internalize over the years, it’s this:
I imagine Sasuke as the sort of dad who unobtrusively lurks around waiting for Sarada to approach him first, because his
selfish desire to spend time with his only child “has nothing to do
with” said child. (I imagine this eventually results in Sakura
punching him through a wall. There went house number… ? Who knows.)
I had this silly idea over here and wanted to make a comic out of it, but I’m too lazy, so I wrote it out as a messy drabble instead.
“Open your eyes, little guy. There ya’ go. Meet
your makers, Bendy!”
The bewildered studio employees looked on with
mouths agape. Their boss Joey Drew stood up from kneeling on the floor and turned
around, beaming from ear to ear, holding his cartoon devil mascot in his arms
like a proud father showing off his newborn child. This time it wasn’t a
cardboard standup or ink on celluloid – Bendy the Dancing Demon had been
literally brought to life before their eyes.
To the way children run,
And how their tiny feet
Drag across the floor,
Watch with intensity,
The way children smile,
With the quirkiness
And softness of a flower,
Stay and focus,
On how they play,
With hands reaching above
And hearts in their place,
Oh, listen to the sound
Of pureness and
Learn it’s patters by heart,
So that the next time
You watch a child being killed,
You can ask,
Where did all the angels go?
Oh my gosh I love your blog! And I was going through your blog and had to agree that isn't it funny that liking whump is such a hush hush thing? Only my two friends from back home know it and I'd always call them the "good parts" in the movie
ahh, thank you so much, anon! :D i’m so glad!
and haha, it’s so true. it really is a hush hush thing, at least, in real life! on here, pshhh. we’re shameless, but i don’t think a single person i know in real life knows that i like “whump” - or even what it is. it’s just kind of hard to explain, obviously - and none of us want to sound crazy, despite that fact that we are - so it’s easier to keep it to ourselves. hah. ;)
but yessss, i remember rewinding the “good parts” many times, especially as a child, when watching with my siblings or family, and always making up some excuse for doing so. ;) lol. (well, they are the good parts! just sayin’.)
whump is definitely becoming a more widely recognized thing, however (the number of whump blogs popping up on here on a daily basis are astounding!) and hopefully it won’t be too long before it’s simply another “thing”.
“oh, you like whump?” will, perhaps, someday, be as casual as the question “oh, you eat strawberries for breakfast?” i mean, c’mon. a girl can dream. ;)