this was basically inspired by my friend saying he was bad in this movie god

True Friend

This is my first imagine, so I hope it’s decent enough for liking.  Enjoy! 

Summary: Reader sticks with Hannah through everything, even when new relationships start.

Pairing: Hannah Baker x Reader (Platonic), Jeff Atkins x Reader

Request: N/A, but it was inspired by this imagine.

Prompts: #13 and #48 

Warnings: None unless the name “"Bryce Walker” counts.

Word count: 935

The time you and Hannah had became friends was honestly at the best time.  You knew Hannah due to Communications class and the fact that she was one of the few new students at Liberty High School.  It wasn’t until the “Hot or Not” list did you two become close.  As it was being passed around, you looked at it and your eyes drifted up to look at Hannah who just so happened to sit right in front of you.  

Due to the way the desks were arranged, she stared at the piece of paper in disgust and hatred.  Because no one has done it already, you ripped it as you stared at her before crumpling it up and putting it in your bag to prevent said list to be brought back.  From that day on, you stuck by Hannah’s side and helped her cope with everything from her parents to life at school.  

“Come on, Hannah.  Do the Dollar Valentines survey with me.  Please?”  You begged, slightly pouting as you tugged onto her arm.

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My Mistake Chapter 4

Pairing: AJ Styles x OFC (Jessica), mention of AJ x Charlotte

Rating: General

Genre: Angst

Word Count: 1,863

Summary: Jessica, a stylist for WWE, has a special friendship with AJ Styles, spending most of her time with him. But after the Superstar Shake-up and Charlotte coming to Smackdown, Jessica’s relationship with AJ changes drastically. And Jessica is not sure she can handle these changes.

Inspiration: “It’s my mistake for not making you love me more. It’s my mistake for loving you more than you love me. I did not make you love me more as much as I do. It’s my mistake” - SNSD “My Mistake”

My Mistake Masterlist

That night after the show AJ head to the hotel wore out. The brutal match with Jindar taking a toll on his body, and then all this stuff with Jessica and Charlotte is mentally exhausting. He is actually thankful that Charlotte decided to ride with Becky; he needed a break and a chance to think everything over. He checks the time and sees how late it actually is. There is no way Jessica will want to talk to him now, she will be too tired.

‘I’ll just wait until tomorrow to talk to her. Let her calm down from tonight and get a good nights rest.’ AJ thinks to himself.

He sets his phone down with a sigh and then heads to the bathroom for a quick shower before bed.

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Inspired by this post. There’s no particular reason of this, I just love to see how people suffering with our language~ This is one of the hardest languages in the world so don’t feel bad if you have troubles with pronounciation or with the grammar. Sometimes even we, the native speakers have problems with grammar. But it’s not just a hard, but a really beautiful language. Not as fancy as french, but who cares~ Oh and we don’t use he/she stuff - fuck yeah gender equality. So yeah, good luck with it c:


  • “Szia/helló” - Hi/hello
  • “Jó reggelt” - Good morning
  • “Jó napot” - Good afternoon(we say “good day” because we don’t have a sentence for good afternoon)
  • “Jó estét/Jó éjszakát” - Good night (they both mean this, but the second one is used when you’re saying goodbye to the others because you’re going to sleep)
  • “Hogy vagy?” - How are you?
  • “Édes Istenem” - Oh my god (literally means “my sweet god”)
  • “Király” - Cool (literally means “king”)
  • “Rendben” - Alright
  • “Mi?” - What?
  • “Biztos vagy benne?” - Are you sure? (or you can just simply say “Biztos?”)
  • “Állj!” - Stop
  • “Viszlát/Viszont látásra” - Goodbye (the second is the longer version)
  • “Mit csinálsz?” - What are you doing?
  • “Légy óvatos!” - Be careful
  • “Egy sört kérek” - I want a beer


  • “Csaj” - Girl (the normal version is “lány”)
  • “Srác” - Boy (the normal version is “fiú”)
  • “Haver” - Dude
  • “Pia” - Drink (usually we say this to alcoholic drinks but between friends sometimes we use it to every drink)
  • “Suli” - Short version for School (the normal version is “iskola”)
  • “Kaja” - Food (The normal version is “étel”)
  • “Hambi” - Short version for hamburger
  • “Szeretlek” - I love you
  • “Imádlak” - I adore you
  • “Akarlak” - I want you
  • “Szerelmem” - My love
  • “Drágaságom” - My dear/my precious(btw in the hungarian version of the lord of the rings Gollam says this, but he says it like “drágaszágom”)
  • “Cukorfalat” - Sweetheart (literally means sugarbite)
  • “Csinos” - Pretty
  • “Gyönyörű” - Beautiful
  • “Feleség” - Wife
  • “Férj” - Husband
  • “Helyes” - Handsome
  • “Házasság” - Marriage
  • “Esküvő” - Wedding
  • “Csók” - Kiss


  • “Idióta” - Idiot
  • “Seggfej” - Asshole (literally means “asshead”)
  • “Barom” - Idiot/A big bodied pet like a cow
  • “Hülye” - Stupid
  • “Beteg állat” - You sick fuck (literally means “you sick animal”
  • “Szopj le” - Blow me
  • “A kurva anyád” -  You son of a bitch (literally means “your bitch mother”)
  • “A rohadt életbe” - The damn life (or something like this)
  • “Baszd meg” - Fuck you (literally means “fuck that” or…just fuck something)
  • “Basszus” - Dammit (literally means “bass”)
  • “Kussolj” - Shut the fuck up
  • “Szar” - Shit
  • “Leszarom” - I don’t give a fuck (literally means “I’m shit on it” or something like this)
  • “Pöcs/Fasz” - Dick


  • “Puszi” - A little kiss what’s usually given to the cheek. It has almost the same pronouncation as “pussy” so don’t be confused when someone asks for a “puszi” ;)
  • “Majd ha piros hó esik!” - If red snow’ll fall! We say it when someone says something what has 0% chance to happen, and we’re like “Yeah, it’ll happen when red snow falls from the sky”
  • “Megszentségteleníthetetlenségeskedéseitekért” - it means something like “something that cannot be desecrated” and it’s one of our longest words, every kid knows this word.


  • “Csillagok háborúja” - Star Wars (literally means “stars’ war” - almost the same… - )
  • “Odaát” - Supernatural (literally means “over there” - wut)
  • “Szerelmünk lapjai” - The Notebook (literally means “the pages of our love”)
  • “Ki vagy Doki?” - Doctor Who (literally means “who are you doc?”)
  • “Így jártam anyátokkal” - How I met your Mother (literally means something like “that’s how I dated with your mom”? Idk)

If you have any other idea, or if you found a mistake then please tell me or correct it ^u^

Celebrity Crush

Originally posted by rbieber

Requested by anonymous:

“Could you please do a Justin imagine where the reader is America’s sweetheart celebrity who attends the Bieber Roast and this interviewer is asking her lots of really uncomfortable questions and Justin notices and rushes to save her and they meet for the first time and there is lots of fluff?”

Warnings: Fluffff, suggestive comments, swearing 

Note: Freaking love this request :O oh and I also made it that you dated Harry Styles because why not I love Harry so teehee :*

“We’re five minutes away are you ready Ms *yln*?” The chauffeur asked me politely.

“No.” I reply honestly and I hear him chuckle from the front seat. “And I’ve already told you to call me *yn*.” I smile. “Sorry Ms- uh *yn*. It’s a bad habit.” He admits. “It’s ok I get it, I just don’t like feeling like I’m more important than everyone else. We’re all equals.” I explain as I nervously check my teeth again for any lipstick for the hundredth time in my hand held mirror. I look up to see him shaking his head with a smile on his face.

“What’s so funny?” I ask in amusement and he just chuckles.

“Nothing, it’s just that you really are America’s Sweetheart.” 

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Better Than That: Mark Tuan Scenario

Inspired by Better Than That by Marina and the Diamonds. Requests are open (:

You like to believe that you’re a good judge of character. Pretty sure everyone likes to believe it. This time was no exception: you believed Mark’s new girlfriend was no good. Everyone thought she was perfect. Beautiful, kind, smart, all these things. But you saw right through it. She was no real angel, she was the devil in disguise. 

“You’re being ridiculous,” Jackson accused.

“No I’m not!” Today you were at the dorms with your long time friend Jackson. You had met him back in school, been friends ever since. When he became part of GOT7, he introduced you to all the other guys. That included Mark who you fell hard for. You had a chemistry, and you became close pretty fast. Jackson knew how you felt about him, urging you to do something. But now you were too late. “There’s something off about her. I can’t put my finger on it.”

Jackson rolled his eyes. “You’re jealous.”

“No I’m not! She always wants all the attention. God forbid she isn’t the center of attention. And she’s so clingy, always hanging off of Marks arm. It’s so annoying!”

Jackson sat up from the couch he was laying on. “Oh my god, you are so jealous!”

“No there is something seriously-” You were cut off by the front door opening. You turned to see Mark and the devil herself. She had her arms wrapped around one of his and that sickeningly sweet smile. “Hey.”

Mark smiled, “Hey guys.”

“Hey Jackson,” his girlfriend said sweetly. “And Y/N.” Yours wasn’t as sweet.

“Well we’re gonna go hangout in my room, if you need anything let me know.” Mark led her into his room, leaving you and Jackson alone again in the livingroom. You could hear her giggle from where you stood. It was breaking your heart.

“I need to go.” 

You began gathering your things. “Y/N,” Jackson whispered. “Are you okay?”

You paused, “No. It’s killing me Jackson. I don’t think I can be around this anymore. I want him happy, but she isn’t it. Something is off. He can do better than that.”

“I’m sorry.”

“Yeah, me too.” And you left without another word. 

It had been two months since that conversation. True to your word you avoided Mark, you couldn’t stand being around him. It hurt too much. You did stay in touch with Jackson though. You were now lounging around late at night, watching your favorite movie when your phone began to ring. It was Jackson. “Hello my dear!”

Your cheery greeting was not matched. “You were right.” He sound angry, possibly upset.

“What was I right about?”

“About her. She’s been cheating on him this whole time.”

You felt nauseous. “W-what?” As much as you loved being right, you didn’t want Mark to get hurt. 

“She just wanted more. More money, more power. She’s been sleeping with a couple guys at the label that she met through Mark.”

“How is he?”

“Hurt, badly. He’s locked himself in his room. He won’t talk to us or come out.”

“I’m on my way.” You hung up, rushing to the dorms in hopes that you could somehow help. You made it there in record time, basically banging on the door upon your arrival. Jaebum answered the door, behind him you could see all the boys around the room looking as if someone died. You pushed your way through, heading straight to Mark’s bedroom door. You knocked softly, “Mark? Mark it’s me, Y/N. Can you left me in?”

The air was tense, it was like everyone was holding their breath to see what would happen. It felt like forever, but you heard the click of the door unlocking. You opened the door, slipping in and shutting it behind you. Your heart ached at the sight of Mark. He looked like a broken man. He sat back on his bad, head in hands. You sat down next to him, rubbing his back. You were so unsure of what to say. “You were right.”

“What?” Did he know how you felt about her? How?

“I know what you had said. I overheard.”

You felt a terrible sense of guilt. You never wanted him to hear it like that. “Mark, I am so sorry.”

“Did you know?” He was trembling at this point. You couldn’t tell if it was because he was angry or sad. Whichever it was, it wasn’t good.

“No, I swear I didn’t know. I just had this weird feeling.” He didn’t reply. You could tell he was trying to calm down. “I know you’re sad right now Mark, and I wish I could take the pain away. If I knew, I would have tried to save you from it. You can do better than her though, much better. One day you’ll find that person and they will love you to their full capacity, and they’d never hurt you.”

“Like you.” You almost missed it, he was so quiet. “I’m sorry for everything.”

You reached for his hand, giving it a slight squeeze. “No need to be. You did nothing wrong. She did. I’m sorry I was right though Mark, and if you ever need anything please let me know. I’m here for you, and so are the others.”


Harper’s Bazaar has given Alex a shout-out as their Man Crush Monday (September 14, 2015) and also shared a new interview with him:


Alexander Skarsgard on why he loves drag and how to “tuck away the junk.”

Though he’s quite good at it, Alexander Skarsgard is a last-resort actor. “I was trying to figure out what to do and was worthless at everything, so I was like,’” he breathes out, defeated, playing his capitulating twenty-something self. “‘Alright…’” Skarsgard is sitting cross-legged, wearing funky socks and no shoes, in an armchair in New York’s Crosby Street Hotel. It takes a certain kind of jeu d'esprit, and physical agility, at 6'4" to sit cross-legged in an armchair, but the Swedish actor is delightfully goofier than you might expect of Eric Northman, the 1000-year-old Viking vampire that catapulted Skarsgard to instant superstardom as the lead in the cult hit True Blood in 2008. Before that, he had been jobbing around in roles like Zoolandar'sMeekus (you remember him: Ben Stiller’s model roommate who dies in a freak gasoline fight accident), arguably his big rentrée into the performance world after quitting his child acting career, and a central role on the more upmarket HBO miniseries Generation Kill.

Since turning 1000, it’s been one critical success after the next for the 39-year-old actor, who is now dating model Alexa Chung. Most recently, he seduces his girlfriend’s 15-year-old daughter in the '70s-set, Lolita-inspired The Diary of a Teenage Girl, whose August premiere was the talk of the town when Skarsgard showed up in drag. “It sounded like so much fun, and I got so excited,” Skarsgard says of his reaction when director Marielle Heller proposed turning the screening into a drag queen-hosted night. “Can I also come in drag?” he asked. “They were awesome and said yes. Then I was like, 'Can I look like Farrah Fawcett?’ and they were like, 'Probably not, but we’ll try.’”

Just before heading home to Stockholm to hang out with family, Skarsgard got into the specifics of his Farrah Fawcett-ish costume with us (spoiler alert: “There’s some weird kind of underwear situation where you just like pull it—I’m not going to get too graphic here, but let me just tell you: it’s torture”), working out like Tarzan, and how he ended up in Lady Gaga’s Paparazzimusic video.

I met up with the friendly giant in the Crosby Street Hotel right after the release of Diary, where cross-legged in a chair, wearing funky socks, he told me about the woes of jock when dressing up in drag, Tarzan, and how to be a likable pedophile.

HB: How often do people say, “Earth to Meekus” to you?

AS​: Quite often!

HB: That was your first role in the U.S., and it kind of just fell into your lap while you were on vacation. How’d that happen?

AS: My dad, who’s an actor, was working in Hollywood, and I was visiting him. I’d just started acting in Sweden, and his agent basically said, like, “Do you want to try, do you want to go to an audition?” I was like, “Well, that’d be a fun story to tell the boys back home.” I’d never auditioned out there before, I didn’t have any reference points, I didn’t know what it was like, so I walk into a room, and there’s Ben Stiller. Two weeks later I’m in Manhattan driving down Broadway singing Wham! in a Jeep.

HB: Hell of a first audition.

AS: It was really weird, because when I came back to Hollywood three years later or something, after doing theater in Sweden, I was expecting it to be super easy to get a job. You know, you just walk in in flip flops, meet Ben Stiller, read a couple of lines, and then you fly to New York. But then it hit me, like, “Oh shit, it’s quite competitive out here.”

HB: Did your father’s acting career play a role in any acting ambitions or hesitations?

AS: More hesitations, I guess. As a teenager I didn’t want to be an actor at all. I desperately tried to find other things to do, but I kind of ran out of options, so, like… [Laughs]

HB: You acted as a child and then took time off. What made you want to stop?

AS: I didn’t take time off—it was like, I quit. I was thirteen, and I did a movie that got attention, and I got attention, and I didn’t like it—it made me uncomfortable—so I just quit. And then I was trying to figure out what to do and was worthless at everything, so I was like, “Alright, I’ll try acting again.”

HB: Another one-off that you became quite known for was your appearance in Lady Gaga’s Paparazzi music video. Did you just meet Lady Gaga in flip flops on vacation too?

AS: My friend Jonas Akerlund is a director, and that’s basically it. At the time, True Blood wasn’t even out yet, or it definitely wasn’t a big thing. Lady Gaga had I think one song out before that, so I barely knew who she was. But Jonas is a dear friend of mine, and I was in LA. He was like, “So the plan is you try to kill her, and then she comes back and poisons you, and you die,” and I was like, “Oh! Sounds great!”

HB: In your latest movie, Diary of a Teenage Girl, your character has sex with his age-appropriate lover’s 15-year-old daughter…and yet he’s a sympathetic character. How?

​AS: That was the challenge, and I was really intrigued by that: How do you make him, if not likable, then at least approachable or interesting? It’s to label him as the predatory bad guy and hate him for the duration of the movie, but dramatically that’s not going to be an interesting film. If you don’t feel anything, it’s just annoying to watch nineteen scenes of these characters together. You’re just like, “Get away from her; it’s disgusting.” So I didn’t know how to do it, and that’s a good starting point as an actor, I think, when you’re fascinated but don’t have the answers. One idea I had was to approach him as if he was a teenage boy, in a way, really holding on to his youth, so that even though he’s older than Minnie, there are moments where they’re just like two teenagers in love. It was important to find moments where the connection was real and beautiful, and from which he would have to pull himself out and go, “Stop—what am I doing?” That push and pull makes it interesting, hopefully.

​HB: You really rocked the '70s mustache through and through. What do you think—long-term ambitions there?

​AS: I really enjoyed it and then I had to shave it off the day I wrapped because I was going on to another project. It was a shame—it might come back.

HB: Did you yourself ever have a diary?

AS: No diary, unfortunately. It would be fun to read. Wait, no it wouldn’t be fun—my god, I just realized.

HB: What inspired you to attend the Diary premiere in drag?

AS: We shot the movie in San Francisco and did some scenes with a lot of legendary local drag queens. We had Lady Bear as our casting director for the extras, we had Peaches Christ—they were part of the family making the film, and we all became friends. So [director] Mari [Heller] wanted these fantastic, fabulous drag queens to host a screening at the Castro in the Bay Area, do a number from Rocky Horror Picture Show beforehand, and throw a great after party. It sounded like so much fun, and I got so excited, and I felt like, well how can I be part of the fun? I don’t want to be excluded—can I also come in drag? They were awesome and said yes. Then I was like, “Can I look like Farrah Fawcett?” and they were like, “Probably not, but we’ll try.”

HB: So that was supposed to be a Farrah Fawcett wig?

AS: The wig and the dress and the nipples.

HB: I didn’t see the nipples! You had nipples on?

​AS: Oh, yeah. Great Nipples. Sewn into the dress. It was pretty cool.

HB: How did you feel in it?

AS: Well, I can’t express how much admiration I have for women in general, who walk around in high heels, but, drag queens, oh my god. You have to tuck away the junk—it’s incredibly painful. There’s some weird kind of underwear situation where you just like pull it—I’m not going to get too graphic here, but let me just tell you: it’s torture. And those shoes were killing me. But I loved it. I loved every second of it.

HB: When you’re not in drag, do you get fashion advice from Alexa, or is your look all you?

AS: I like to dress up and put on a nice suit for a party or a special event; I do enjoy it, but on a daily basis I wear stuff that I feel comfortable in, you know?

HB: No sewn-in nipples.

AS: No nipples. I save those for the glamorous Castro premieres.

HB: When you started True Blood, could you tell how big of a cult hit it was going to be?

AS: Absolutely not. That was before the vampire hype. Twilight wasn’t out, and so I was like, “Okay, here we go, a Viking vampire—okay, what?!” I was excited because it was HBO, and I just did Generation Kill for HBO and loved working with them. I was excited about the people behind it, but at the same time, you never know. Everyone on the show was really blown away.

HB: Do you go back to Sweden a lot?

AS: I do. I’ve been based in the states for twelve or thirteen years, but my family is still in Stockholm, so I try to go back there as often as I can. Pretty soon, we’re going to go out to the islands outside of Stockholm and hang out and cook food and drink wine.

HB: In 2016, you play Tarzan alongside Margot Robbie’s Jane. What did it take to get into Tarzan shape?

AS: You know, lifting weights and eating chicken.

Sources:  Interview:  Romy Oltuski for Harper’s Bazaar (x) via harpersbazaarus twitter (x), Photos:  Originals:  Ricardo Dearatanha


I was so incredibly lucky to have had the opportunity this past year to meet my favorite author twice. I was incredibly floored that he remembered me by name and that he remembered my blog and everything and I just… wow. The Maze Runner series means so much to me and with the movie coming out and everything it was just amazing to be able to meet him again. I was initially worried about getting everything signed and I was getting a little anxiety about the event but it all worked great and was one of the best times of my life.

If you’d like to hear about it in detail (seriously in detail), UNDER THE CUT

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Here’s a new interview from the Diary press tour. There’s some old stuff but some new stuff too.

Though he’s quite good at it, Alexander Skarsgard is a last-resort actor. “I was trying to figure out what to do and was worthless at everything, so I was like,’” he breathes out, defeated, playing his capitulating twenty-something self. “‘Alright…’” Skarsgard is sitting cross-legged, wearing funky socks and no shoes, in an armchair in New York’s Crosby Street Hotel. It takes a certain kind of jeu d'esprit, and physical agility, at 6'4" to sit cross-legged in an armchair, but the Swedish actor is delightfully goofier than you might expect of Eric Northman, the 1000-year-old Viking vampire that catapulted Skarsgard to instant superstardom as the lead in the cult hit True Blood in 2008.

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dealanexmachina  asked:

Beca, Chloe and Audrey watch Frozen. Audrey and Chloe discuss the ginger/blonde connection. Audrey overidentifies with Elsa. Chloe points out that she is basically Anna. Beca is left wondering if she is Olaf or Kristoff. Kisses might have to be administered. You know, for science. (What? It is still Frozen inspired!)

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day 2, wolfs bane 3: v hungover

posey & dylan spraberry:

posey played a song on his ukelele he had written himself, about being in a dark place and helping yourself get out

when asked where their characters would be in ten years, tpose said he’d like scott to be coming through on his ambitions, becoming a veterinarian, still with kira, or that he would reincarnate allison!

their most surprising//best experience on set is for dylan, how friendly and welcoming everyone was– dylan ob and tpose welcomed him into the kitchen and started talking about music with him and it really bonded them– and posey said just how much like a family they all are

tpose asked about his role as a producer and he said he helps a lot on set, but that from a writing, giving suggestions POV the writers are “very strict” on what their plan is, so he doesn’t have any input with that

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anonymous asked:

Bellarke Modern AU where Bellamy discovers Clarke writes fanfic in which the romantic scenes are moments she's shared with him and/or the lead says things he's said to her. Bonus if Clarke writes mature/explicit fics that are basically what she wishes Bellamy would do to her. Pretty please?

Okay, you sent this the day Brit came to visit, so I was just like

A++ timing, anon. Well played.


There’s a part of him that realizes what he’s doing is–not wrong, exactly, but kind of sketchy. He’s not telling anyone, not even Miller, and telling Miller dumb shit he does so Miller can laugh at him is basically his number-one hobby. But he’s getting kind of tired of talking to Miller about Clarke, because Miller has shifted from regular Miller teasing into Jesus, just ask her out already, which is less fun for Bellamy. Because it’s not like he wants to date Clarke. Miller’s just jealous that the two of them are so close. He probably thinks his status as Bellamy’s BFF is in danger. And he obviously can’t tell Clarke, because it’s about Clarke.

It’s his dumb secret, and it starts like this: they’re at Monty and Jasper’s for game night, and Monty makes a reference to Clarke’s fanfiction.

Bellamy has never really considered himself a geek, not the kind Monty and Jasper are, with the gaming and the Dungeons and Dragons and being really into computers. In high school, he was academically-minded, but also poor and from the wrong side of the tracks, metaphorically if not literally. So while he spent plenty of time reading mythology books and studying to try to get himself a scholarship to a decent college, he never really got involved with the nerdy kids, even though, according to Octavia, they were totally his people.

So Bellamy learned about all this stuff later in life, Magic: The Gathering and Settlers of Catan and comic books and all that. He and Monty were roommates for a while, when Monty was in college and before Jasper moved back, and it was a crash-course in geekery. And he took to it pretty well, honestly.

It was also how met Clarke, but she’s never been that involved in the whole thing. Her main interaction with Monty’s nerdier hobbies, in his experience, was painting Monty’s Warhammer figures for fun, before Age of Sigmar came out and destroyed Monty’s interest in the whole game.

All of which means that while Bellamy understands, in theory, what fanfiction is, it wouldn’t have occurred to him in a million years that Clarke would write it. Not just because her interests tend more toward art and yelling at misogynists on Reddit, but just because–it’s Clarke. And there’s a part of him that can’t help feeling hurt she has a hobby like that that he doesn’t know about.

“Your fanfiction?” he asks, raising his eyebrows at her.

She rolls her eyes and takes a drink of beer, which is her version of blushing. “What?”

“You write fanfiction?”

“Yeah. Why?”

She says it in this defiant, aggressively casual way that clearly says, This is not a big deal. So if he presses, he’s being the weird one.

So he has to just start trying to find her stuff himself. That’s the only option, when she’s being like this.

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So since I wanted to write my own review of Age of Ultron I decided to watch the movie all over again and write down my thoughts.

The movie in general wasn’t bad, I had of course higher expectations at first to be honest but it’s good how it is.

What I noticed is that Pepper didn’t appear in the movie and I kind of missed her and Tony’s dinamic, but at least she was mentioned along with Jane Foster when Tony and Thor were talking about whose girlfriend is more successful. I loved that scene because both are equally proud of their woman and we get to hear how much they have done in their lives even though they don’t have any powers.

Along with the Tony/Thor bromance I enjoyed all Steve/Thor scenes as well, I can only imagine the crew trying to get Thor and Steve drunk.

Yet I think there were less Thor scenes and I WANT THOR TO WEAR A FLOWER HAT FOR A SECOND BECAUSE HIS HAIR IS AMAZING. That would be my thoughts about Thor. 

Now i should get to Tony. I love that guy, he took over the whole responsibility for his actions. What I especially love about Tony Stark is that he is childish at times, he is not one of those broken heroes with dark pasts and broken hearts. I don’t say he always had a great time but he handles everything the right way /his way/, basically whatever happens and however bad it is he will always find a way to himself again. What I didn’t like is the fact that the whole movie he repeated this one damn prank, the first few times it was funny but hearing it over and over again is like when your parents tell you a life lesson. Also Tony, if you want kids, you have Pepper so make some and not a crazy pile of metal with a father complex. That would be it.

Pietro…WHYYYY JOSS WHENDON? WHYYYYYY? I swear everytime I remember Pietro’s death I can just see Joss’ face in front of me saying ‘You didn’t see that coming, huh?’ and I wanna punch him so hard…Okay calm the feels Meme, calm the feels. However, what I really loved about Pietro besides his sass was how he was written as an actual human being, like yeah he’s fast but he still needs to stop sometimes to rest.

Wanda, what I like about Marvel characters is that they’re written to be real, to live with us. And when I saw Wanda’s reaction on Pietro’s death it made me think of ‘what would I do if I was her?’, so what I love about her is that I can really understand her pain because I have a brother too, who almost died and how she screamed remembered me of that so hard.

I should get to Natasha and Banner, I am slightly disappointed of her characterizaion, but only slightly. To be clear, I’m really sorry but this won’t be a Brutasha support post. I am a hardcore Romanogers shipper but the worst about this whole Brutasha thing is I /actually/ could’ve shipped it if it would’ve been showed off in a less fanfiction way. I see they have both been through too much but what was so NOT-NAT to me is that she just opened up to him, like talking about the Red Room is nothing. Also I saw people calling Natasha the dame in distress and other’s saying that’s bullshit. I agree with both sides, first of all Nat had some really badass scenes in the movie and I just adore her as Auntie Nat but on the other side there was this *Banner rescue me scene* which pissed me off. Natasha would, in my opinion, at least try to get out of that cell, but Banner had to rescue her. Not the Hulk, BANNER.

And I am pissed off at the ‘run away’ thing, like NO. JUST NO. Natasha may want to run away but she’d never leave anyone behind, her past is haunting her too much and she wants to get rid of that blood on her hands too much to just leave. But that’s only my opinion.

What I loved is her picking up Cap’s shield and fighting with it with the same lightness like Cap does. And how she immediately run over to Clint when he got hurt at the begining of the movie. So in general, every Natasha scene WITHOUT Banner was great so it wasn’t a that big fail.

What I wanted her to do in Age of Ultron has nothing to do with any ship, I wanted her to be the one picking up Thor’s hammer. Why? Natasha has always felt less worthy because of her past and I think that would’ve helped her a lot more than a forced relationship.

About Banner…I don’t want anyone to feel offended so I won’t say much. Also don’t you dare sending hate to Mark Ruffalo, he’s to precious for that. I liked the scenes he had in the first movie, his little interactions with Tony, Steve and the rest, even with Loki but I can barely see him talking with people about anything other than Natasha anymore and that makes me kind of sad.

And him, picking up Thor’s hammer…just no. I don’t say he’s not worthy but that scene was so awkward though. I don’t know, I just found it awkward and waited for them to break the silence. Like SOMEONE PLEASE SAY SOMETHING.

What I liked is that we could actually see him hurt /broken/ because he wasn’t able to control the Hulk, we could see how much it touched him to see what he’s capable of and that he is afraid of such an amount of power.

Clint. Oh my God. His character developed so much in this movie and I loved every single scene with him. Every damn line. And I also liked how the fandom accepted Laura Barton, even the Clintasha shippers. To get back to Clint, let’s make a list of the things I loved in the movie that had to do with him:

— Clint and Natasha friendship, the movie needed some of their scenes really bad.

— Clint taking to Wanda as a friend as much as a leader, inspiring her to fight.

— Clint’s kids are so adorable and how they love Nat.

— Clint trusting the team enough to show them his family.

— Him going like ‘whaaaat?!’ when Laura asked about Banner and Natasha.

— All ‘you didn’t see that coming’ scenes.

— Him accepting that he has no powers but also realising that the team needs him.

— Clint and Laura being all adorable.

Can’t remember more, but there surely are more reasons.

Captain America/Steve Rogers. Like every Romanogers shipper person with eyes I can’t accept the fact he told Banner to go for Natasha, because I’ve seen his face. I am in a similar situation right now and I fully understand why he said that, because he didn’t want it to look like he wants to stand between them. He wants Natasha to be happy and that means leting her go for him.

Skip the Romanogers part, Cap had some really great scenes in AOU, didn’t he? He totally did. His fight with Ultron was just amazing (and Natasha came to help him. *coughs* Romanogers *coughs*)

And Thor’s heart skipped a beat when Cap almost took the hammer, in the comics Cap was able to do that right? Well I want that to happen next time.

And after AOU I couldn’t help but thought to myself ‘It’s all good, shh. Civil War is coming next year, wait for it’. 

Little question, Joss Whedon said Romanogers was never meant to be a thing but I think there was a interview or something that said they only didn’t start the relationship in CATWS because they wanted them to develop a stronger relationship or so. And to avoid making Natasha’s appereance only for her becoming Cap’s girlfriend. So what is true now?

By the way, if anyone feels offended by this post I really am sorry because I didn’t mean to hurt anyone’s otp or so. If you ship Brutasha that’s toally okay for me, I don’r like sharing hate around. Thanks for reading /and understanding/.