this gave me unexpected feels

“It was the first thing my dad taught me, you know..”

Hannibal watched him as Will approached his space, sat between his legs and basically made him his bed, just because he can. Will could feel the smile radiating off Hannibal’s face.

“..that here in the sea, the stars are your comrades.”

He lazily points a finger upward, following a train of stars.

“These two are your friends.” Will says as  he pauses and shifts to a constellation opposite. “Spring up, fall down.”

He points to one star, directly above him. “And that’s your best friend.”

“Polaris.” Hannibal supplies. “The star that would always take you home.”

Will smiled to himself. “I used to call bullshit on it. One star couldn’t just be able to miraculously substitute directions.” Hannibal felt his body getting heavier, along with an audible sigh. Will closes his eyes.

"But maybe… I take it back.”

Silence hung in the air. Will hadn’t felt this comfortable in years.

Hanniversary request for @imlostinthedream who wanted Will and Hannibal cuddling under the night sky. I’m sorry I used a stock photo for the stars (I collect too many of them ||orz||), but this one was so PRETTY.

So when will Yuuri stop idolizing Viktor and calm down when he’s around him and deal with Viktor’s teasing in a calm way and maybe even strike back?

It would be hilarious, though, to see Yuuri suddenly touching Viktor’s chin and hand and making Viktor blush.

Wouldn’t that be a surprise? The type of surprise Viktor loves?

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The things you need to know about Charlene.

I’m sorry I haven’t replied to stuff lately but listen. listen.

The Reliable Royalty sidequest gave me a ton of unexpected feels first of all because Dino finds that he has no one else to turn to but his best pal Noctis. For the usual favor, since hunters suddenly don’t want to do shit for him. And even though he’s being totally advantageous I just love how he puts emphasis on his interactions with Noctis when he says, “I think we got a good thing going here.”

(Please excuse my paraphrasing I don’t remember their exact lines anymore r.i.p.)

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Connections (Part 2)

Part 1 here

Rating: G

Fandom: Star Trek; Star Trek Beyond

Summary: Someone has been leaving Bones cups of coffee in the mornings and Y/N receives an unexpected offer.

Warnings/Notes: As stated in the first part, this has minor spoilers in that Jaylah from Beyond is in this story. Otherwise, no plot lines are actually mentioned. Also, reader is to be read as either ADHD, autistic, or both. As explained, there are very few stories that depict neurodivergency without the stereotypes attached. As an ADHDer myself, I tried to put into words my own experiences of certain social situations. I just hope I did justice. 

Even though both parts are technically Bones imagines, he does make a main appearance in this last part.

Beyond gave me a lot of unexpected feelings for Bones.

Edit: Totally realized I forgot to link the first part of this. Oops

Originally posted by boldlymckirking1701

           Bones walked into the senior staff meeting and sat down next to Jim. “You ever figure out who’s been leaving you the coffee yet?” the Captain asked with an amused smirk. It had been going on for close to a week: apparently someone within the sickbay had taken to leaving Bones a fresh cup of coffee every day before his shift. While it both touched and amused the doctor, the continued routine now confused him because he wasn’t able to catch his little “barista” in the act.

           Bones shook his head as he took a sip. Yup, still as he liked it. “Nope. Now they’ve started to leave a snack or something around mid-shift.” Jim looked up, surprised. “I know! I didn’t even leave sickbay at all yesterday and yet somehow they managed it!”

           “Manage what?” Scotty asked, sitting across from the doctor and Captain.

           “The sickbay barista managed to sneak Bones a snack during mid-shift yesterday,” Jim replied. Bones nodded, still sipping his coffee.

           “I’m sure that once I head back, there will be another cup of coffee waiting for me too.” Bones immediately caught the soft smile Scotty was trying to hide behind his hand. Setting down his cup, he leaned forward. “You know something about this?”

           Scotty glanced up from his PADD and nodded, unwilling to lie to his friend. “Aye, I do. In fact, I might have given her the idea for it or something similar.” Jim started grinning like a Cheshire cat upon catching the pronoun.

           “Her? Bonesy has secret admirer?” Scotty snorted and shook his head while Bones kicked Jim under the table.

           “Nay, not exactly. It’s your new medical assistant, Y/N.” Bones’ eyes widened slightly as the pieces fell together. Jim scrunched his nose in thought a moment before speaking up.

           “Wait, isn’t she the kid who walked eggshells around most everyone and was a nervous wreck for a week, but has been slowly opening up? Hangs around you and Jaylah in Engineering?” Both Bones and Scotty nodded.

           “Yeah, I wondered what triggered the change,” Bones said softly.

           “Y/N and Jay became friends in the Academy and she’s been trying ta find her own place here. Despite how hard-workin’ and energetic she is, she has trouble connecting with people. So I just gave her some advice and let her figure out the rest.”

           “And the coffee made to my preference?” Bones asked, though he already knew the answer.

           “The replicator, sir. She knows enough engineerin’ ta get the computer to make your coffee.” Scotty smirked a little as a thought occurred to him. “If I may, she’s also a quick study. Wouldn’t be a bad idea ta teach her a few of your tricks here and there, aye? In case there’s an emergency and you’re off ship?”

           Bones slowly smiled and nodded. “It would be nice to have a second-in-command on hand. Thank you, Scotty. I’ll make sure to keep that in mind.”

           You quietly walked into sickbay the next morning and headed towards your office to start the day. Setting your blue uniform jacket over the chair, you walked to the replicator and thought a moment. “Computer, coffee with one cream and two sugar and coffee cake, please.” You smiled as the food and drink materialized. Even though Dr. McCoy didn’t know it was you leaving the coffee and occasional treat, the gesture helped to open up around him and the rest of the staff in sickbay. Yesterday, you did a good impression of Captain Kirk and even managed to get a chuckle from both him and a patient you were working on. You finally felt as though you were beginning to find your place.

           Carefully holding the coffee and the treat, you turned and froze when you saw Bones at the desk, setting a steaming cup down upon it. “I wasn’t sure what you preferred, so I asked Jaylah. She said you liked chai tea.” You nodded slowly, your mind racing to find a response.

           “I-I wanted to try something different. I wasn’t sure, though,” you stammered, slowly handing him the cup and plate. Bones smiled appreciatively.

           “I actually do like coffee cake, yes. Especially in good company. Come on, we’ll take this in my office.” You practically beamed and followed Bones into the bigger office and sat down. Bones produced a second fork and handed it to you, letting you have the first bite. The two ate in silence for a while, Bones letting you gather your thoughts and work up the courage to speak first.

“Did Scotty tell you?” you asked softly. Bones took a sip of his coffee and nodded.

           “He did. He also mentioned you’re a quick study. I looked at your files; your grades in the Academy were outstanding, but I couldn’t find an exact specialty. Is there anything that interested you in particular?” You shrugged, not quite knowing where this was going.

           “Everything was interesting. Even engineering was interesting because a lot of the mechanics were similar to medicine. Everything was just so interesting, I really couldn’t choose.” You thought a brief moment, thinking back to your time in the Academy. “Well, except command. I tried a couple classes; it was boring.”

           Bones nearly choked and burned his tongue on his coffee. Wiping his mouth with his napkin, he chuckled. Command classes were boring…oh, if only Jim could’ve heard that piece of gold. He was going to have to remember that. “I’m afraid the Captain would argue on that point, kid,” he chuckled. You shrugged and sipped your tea. It was really good. “Let’s try a different route. You interned at the hospital in your third and fourth years. What did you prefer?”

           “The chaos.” At the slightly raised eyebrow, you hesitated before trying to explain yourself better. For some reason, getting other people to understand how your brain was always hard; you wondered if it was because of that invisible wall. “When I volunteered, I tried to get as many hours in the emergency ward as possible. For some reason, the chaos of the ER was like focus rod; it was all my crazy thoughts would zero in on the chaos and my brain would snap into a one-track frame. I learned more about the practical applications of medicine there and it was challenging. I also liked volunteering in the pediatric ward; the kids are easier to connect with than adults.” Your eyes widened when Bones nodded understandingly. Had you actually managed to find a way to help him understand your perspective?

           Bones set aside his cup and leaned forward a bit. “Here’s the thing. You know that part of my duty as CMO is I am sometimes required to go on away missions.” You nodded, your mind already jumping and churning out possibilities. “While it doesn’t happen often, it has happened that the ship was attacked while I was on the planet. It left the ship without someone here leading sickbay. I was wondering if you want to take on the challenge of becoming my second-in-command, as it were.” He smiled as your eyes widened with excitement, but he caught a hint of trepidation too. “It’ll be a challenge because I’ll be adding more duties to your shift. However, when the situation arises, I think you’ll be more than able to handle emergencies should they arise in my absence.”

           “You think I could?” you asked, your insecurities immediately jumping forward. Bones reached over and covered her hands with his.

           “Y/N, you are an intelligent, creative, hard-working young woman. I’ve watched you around sickbay these past few weeks. With a few more skills and some experience under your belt, you would be more than capable.”

           “When do we start?” Bones smiled at the excitement replacing the insecurity.

           “Right now. Grab your jacket and follow me, kid. We’ll make rounds before heading to the morning meeting.” You drained your cup and bounced excitedly out the door behind her new mentor.

           As the shifts and days progressed, you slowly grew more confident and sure in yourself and your abilities. Where your understanding of social situations lacked, you made up for it through your intelligence and bubbly personality. For the first time in your life, you felt like the wall that held you back from the universe was breaking down. You were finally starting to make a connection with the people around her.

           For the first time in your life, you knew the Enterprise was exactly where you were supposed to be.

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100 Fitzsimmons Moments: (013 / 100) Fitz and Jemma fool Mack and Bobbi into believing they are at odds, as Fitz leaves Real Shield. However they are smuggling The Toolbox, that Jemma has hidden in his rucksack, out of the Playground. (2x16: Afterlife)

Making this gifset gave me unexpected feels. While performing the fake fight, they were able to look at each other mostly dead on, but here they just can’t. Their eyes don’t meet at all because this is goodbye for who knows how long, just as they have slowly come together again. He avoids looking at her altogether and she keeps her gaze on the rucksack where The Toolbox is hidden, but so is the sandwich with that all important message.