I want Ian and Mickey to just talk; a good long chat about each other and how they’re doing. I want Ian to ask Mick about prison, I want them to talk about micks tattoo, I want Mickey to ask how Ian is doing with his disorder and how his mental state is. I want them to share each other in a moment of Just them no cares in the world and a quite moment. I just want them to say I love you face to face for real, NO ulterior. I don’t really care if gallavich is END game, like yes it would be nice but I just want a good
Moment of Ian and Mickey, two separate beings talking about their lives in the past few years.
Today I was at a convention. One memorable moment was when, just after entering the location, my cousin points towards the back of a Touka cosplayer and says “That looks like a kagune” and just like that I immediately fangirled because it was a cosplay of my favourite version of Touka (the gas mask one from first series), but the very best part wasn’t this, it was witnessing another Touka cosplayer (the school uniform version) immediately staring at her in complete awe and blurting out: “I am nothing compared to you! can we please take a photo together?”
This. This is one of the best things about cosplaying.
The complete, genuine awe that cosplayers can show when acknowledging another cosplayer’s work, not tainted by any envy at all. Just. Plain and wholehearded support. That’s so pure and I love it
Summary: Dan and Phil bring home a new member of the family
Genre: Parent Phan fluff
Warnings: Implied character death
Author’s Note: “Jay,” I hear you say, “this isn’t very holiday/winter themed.” That’s because it’s not. Unfortunately, I was Christmas shopping all day so you guys get this which I wrote this summer and never posted. Sorry! I do have a couple prompts that I’m going to get to in the next couple days but I can always use some more!
Today was a very busy day in the Howell-Lester household. Dan and Phil were running back and forth across the house making sure everything was absolutely spotless and that they had everything ready for the video they were filming that night while Zach paraded around with an armful of toys trying to decide which one - besides his beloved stuffed tiger, Binx - was the best and most worthy of showing off. He changed his mind repeatedly, tossing the toy to the floor for Dan or Phil to pick up, then changing his mind again and going back to his room to retrieve it. This started at about ten that morning, took a quick break for lunch, and then continued all the way until 4:37 when Dan looked up from the magazines he was meticulously arranging for the fourth time that day and squawked that they needed to get ready immediately.