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Up All Night

Title: Up All Night

Characters: AU!Negan x You/Reader

Synopsis: You’re not exactly what your officemates think of you.

Warnings: NSFW

Note: Not entirely happy with how this came out but meh whatever. Might take a while for me to update DDHTK so have this one first lol. Hope you guys enjoy!

Italicized paragraphs are flashbacks. ;)

“Good mor— damn, girl! Did you work on your presentation all night?!”

You shook your head as you chuckled at Sherry’s comment when you settled down in your cubicle beside hers. She stared you down with a look of worry and you simply couldn’t blame her for reacting that way. The dark circles under your eyes were well, darker than usual— you did look like you haven’t slept in days. Your hair was still slightly damp and was unruly since your alarm failed to wake you up and cut your preparation time about twenty minutes short.

“You could say that.” You told her with a shrug, taking out your laptop and switching it on.

Sherry let out a sigh, “Such an overachiever. Well, I think you should prepare before the big boss arrives. You’ve got…” she trailed, looking at her watch to check the time. “Exactly fifteen minutes to fix yourself.”

You silently cursed and hurriedly brought out your mirror and make-up bag. Your big pitch was today and you didn’t want to show up in the conference room looking like complete shit. Plus, showing up unprepared would only cause you a lot of negative feedback from your boss, Negan. And being the good employee that you were, that was the last thing you wanted to happen.

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anonymous asked:

I have a question about the main characters' titles. The tomboy countess goes by "Countess (name)", the sheltered princess goes by "Princess (name)", and the minor scholar goes by "Lady (name)". However, what are the titles for the ambitious widow, the daughter of a famous pirate, and the court lady? Thank you in advance, and you're doing a great job at creating this game!

Other than the Countess and Princess, they are all ladies, at least that’s how they would be called.

The widow is the only one who has a title (sort of) her own. She’s a Dowager Baroness. Which means she’s referred to as Lady (name).

The Jiyel Scholar and the Court Lady both have no titles of their own. They are simply the daughters of someone with a title. Therefore they are known by the courtesy title of Lady (name).

While the hise!MC can claim the same courtesy title because of her father, she’s generally getting the “lady” treatment because the other kingdoms are trying to be polite. There isn’t a nobility system on Hise. 

With very few exceptions, most of the women of the seven kingdoms will only ever get a title of their own if they marry one.

(For instance, marrying Lyon will make them a Duchess, marrying Lisle or Ana will make them a Princess/Princess Consort eventual Queen/Queen Consort, marrying Emmett will make them a Countess etc.)

me whenever Yuri on Ice music plays

In Regards to Love: Agape

In Regards to Love: Eros

Minami’s Boogie

Shall We Skate?

Terra Incognita

Almavivo

Symphony No. 9, 2nd Movement “Advent”

L'homme arme

Intoxicated

Theme of King JJ

Yuri on ICE

and finally Duet: Stay Close to Me

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#TeamSupergirl or #TeamFlash CHOOSE A SIDE

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So a random story idea popped into my head: lesbian dragon and deer girls in love. They’re from different clans who aren’t exactly friends with each other: the more evolved (they like to think so), territorial dragonfolk and the naturalistic, peace-loving deerfolk. It’ll be like Romeo and Juliet… but better because lesbians and a happy ending.

The dragon girl’s color palette and design may change a bit as I work more on the idea and such. I quite like them, especially the deer! For now, enjoy!

what she says: im fine

what she means: When will they release a selfie with Melissa Marie Benoist (Born in October 4th, 1988 in Harris County, Texas, US), an american actress and singer, known for her portrayal of the title character in the CBS/CW superhero drama series Supergirl and Katherine “Katie” Elizabeth McGrath (Born in God Knows When, in County Wicklow, Ireland), an Irish actress and model, best known for portraying Morgana on the BBC One show Merlin and now Lena Luthor in Supergirl? I’m waiting

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