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Everything’s Good (An Adlock x John Fanfiction)

(As prompted by the lovely @i-am-benedict-cumberbatched, with a quick nudge from @realestofgeek, here’s some adlock x john ft. lestrade for y’all. I honestly planned it out to be comedic, but knowing me, it has a hint of drama. Sneaking in a reference to one of my personal headcanons, and the Izzy x Shezza thing too. Hope you enjoy!)

In the very rare times, with urgency sending a wave of curiosity, Irene found herself on a train back to London as requested by Sherlock Holmes. It was in fact interesting, as he usually prefers to come over wherever she is, but now there was vagueness in his message. 

Baker Street. Tomorrow. It’s urgent. SH.

She stared out the window, wondering at the possibilities. Surely it isn’t really anything major, and of course, it can be because Sherlock is being a drama queen as usual, so she is clearly running out of explanations. 

But then besides looking forward to seeing dear Mr. Holmes again, she can’t help but feel excited to greet little Rosie Watson once more. 

More than half a year ago, she sneaked the detective a visit and found him playing with the toddler, smart and sharp eyes staring at her in wonder. She never really liked children but Rosie proved to be an exception. Her monthly visits somehow became an addiction, the most recent one just a few days shy from the present.

And somehow, as she pondered on her recent interactions with the child, something finally clicked as to why she’s being summoned. 


It was no surprise that she is greeted by none other than John Watson’s unreadable expression upon arrival. Sherlock was standing by the window, giving her a small nod as she entered. But before she could ask to confirm her assumption, the doctor spoke. 

“We need to talk.” John said solemnly. 

“I assumed so.” Irene replied, still remaining where she stood. 

“Not here. How about a cafe? Or a pub?” John asked, grabbing his coat from the chair. Not taking notice of the expression of protest crossing Sherlock’s face. 

“Quite early for a pub. Maybe a cafe. Just not the one downstairs.” Irene mused, turning towards the door. 

“Are you expecting me to stay?” Sherlock hissed, obviously annoyed at this passing understanding. 

“Yes, because you have to watch Rosie.” John said pointedly, shrugging at Irene’s amused expression. 

“Mrs. Hudson can watch Rosie.” Sherlock muttered, but still not moving from where he stood, glaring at Irene for siding with the doctor. 

“And you can help her. Lestrade will be joining us too, just so you know.” John’s voice had a hint of teasing in it, quite faint but obvious enough for Irene to notice. 

Sherlock’s eyebrows knit, “Lestrade? What –?”

But Irene already left him to his words, and so did John. 


The trip to the cafe was silent, no words passed between her and her companion. It was only when their orders were placed in front of them that he decided to speak. 

Where are you right now? SH.

Ignored.

“Seeing that you’re not surprised that I was the one who asked to call you, I assume you figured it out?” John said quietly. 

Irene nodded. “I meant no harm, Dr. Watson.”

“Just John… It’s not like we don’t know each other.” he replied. 

“So you’re comfortable calling me by just my name?” she quipped, taking a sip of her tea. 

John smiled a little. “I forgot how annoyingly clever you can be.”

“I thought you’re used to Sherlock.” she smiled back, to which John nodded in understanding. 

John, taking Lestrade and leaving me here is absurd. Where are you taking Irene? SH.

Ignored.

“Again, John, about the perfume, I meant no harm. It’s just that it seemed to comfort Rosie a lot.” Irene explained, sincerity in her voice. 

John pursed his lips, nodding. “Did Sherlock tell you? That Ma– Mary’s perfume was Claire De La Lune?” 

She shook her head. “She was wearing it when we met. I’m so sorry about her. Mary was such a delight.”

Oh, for God’s sake. I’ll be there in 10 minutes. SH.

Irene glanced at her phone and did not reply.

He stared at her, confused. “When did you meet Mary?” 

“A couple of days before your wedding. But best to let Sherlock explain.” she simply said, before taking another sip. “The point is, your daughter is still coping, just like you. She sleeps better in my arms than Sherlock’s when I put it on.”

John gave a soft sigh. “Now, the thing is, I wouldn’t have known it was you until Rosie mentioned ‘Izzy.’”

Irene laughed. “She’s quite fond of nicknames.Though if I must let you know, she’s the only one permitted to call me that.”

“Just quite perfect for Sherlock’s crack den name, too — Shezza.” John blurted with an exasperated grin. “But I — I think what I wanted to say is thank you. Rose seems very fond of you.  I can’t believe I’m saying this but I think you remind her a bit of Mary. The sense of danger an all that.”

She read the grief and sadness in John’s eyes, the familiarity similar to Sherlock’s whenever he holds Rosie, and Irene understood why he needed to talk to her personally. It must have come as quite a shock to smell the perfume of her late wife lingering in his daughter’s clothes, finding the peaceful look on her face that reminds him of his own agony. 

Reaching for his hand, Irene squeezed it firmly, still surprised that there came a day when John Watson and herself would have a heartfelt moment. He looked up at her, a small smile on his face, and she saw that he was trying his best not to cry in front of her. 

Pinching the bridge of his nose, John quirked his lips, trying to change his tone to curiosity.

“Speaking of you visiting my daughter, how long has this been going on? You and Sherlock… being domestic.” John asked with grin. 

“It’s not like that at all.” Irene clarified. 

“But… you and him… You know…” 

Irene raised her eyebrows. “What exactly do you want to know? ‘Cause I can tell you things we’ve done, though you might not approve.”

John’s eyebrows knit. “No! Not that. Just… what is going on? Are you… together? Do you… love him? Or this is still one of your games?”

She smiled. “Are you jealous?”

John rolled his eyes. “No, but seriously, I don’t think he can take anymore of your tricks. He’s… he’s in this too deep.”

“You think he… loves me?” Irene asked, her voice almost a whisper. 

“You know, for two smart people, both of you can be really thick. Now, he did mention saving you from the terrorist…thing. And even then, it didn’t occur to you?” John was incredulously amused at this point. 

“We just… don’t talk about it.” Irene admitted, shrugging. 

John sighed. “But you’re not playing him off? Not this time?” 

Irene shook her head. “It’s been years. It’s not like that anymore.”

“Now, I might not be on the same level as both of you, but clearly you care about him, he cares about you — just… just stop being overly complicated. No one’s asking you to settle down, have children, and have brunch at Harvester’s every weekend. Just a little confirmation would do. 

I mean, I never understood it before, no offence, but being with Mary and finding out her past — it’s just like what Sherlock said. I chose her. I’m addicted to that kind of life. And so is he. He chose you and it’s because you and him… It’s not something anyone can explain but I think both of you already know that well, it is what it is.

And, as long as this isn’t just you setting him up for something again, which I can see is not the case, then we’re good. Everything’s… good.” 

John was trying hard not to look at her after his long monologue, but she could tell that he meant every word. 

She was about to reply when someone, a silver fox with a nervous smile, approached them. 

“Hey John, erm… Is this… Is this… Hi, I’m Greg.” the DI extended his hand, obviously flustered. Irene took it, giving him a welcoming smile. 

“Irene Adler. Pleasure to meet you.” she greeted, fighting the urge to laugh at Lestrade’s not-to-subtle surprise. 

John eyed Lestrade, pursing his lips as his eyes darted back and forth to the inspector and The Woman. Irene sneaked a quick wink at him when Lestrade wasn’t looking, signalling that she was well aware of the effect she had on the detective inspector.

“Best if you take a seat, Greg.” John quipped, swiping his nose slightly to avoid snorting. 

Lestrade took the seat beside him, eyes never leaving Irene. “So, uh… I… uh… you’re Sherlock’s… lady friend?”

Irene leaned closer to the table towards Lestrade’s direction. “Yes, I am. And you must be his friend from Scotland Yard… Greg, is it?” 

She looked at John as if to confirm her musings, and the doctor rubbed the side of his forehead as if having a headache, a controlled grin across his lips. 

“Yes, I’m a detective… inspector. Detective inspector. I worked with Sherlock in a lot of cases.” Lestrade offered, letting go a nervous cough. 

Knitting her fingers together to prop her chin on, Irene raised her eyebrows to show interest. “I like detectives… and detective stories. Care to indulge me, detective inspector?” Her voice lingered on the last two words like a purr.

Lestrade was about to take a sharp breath before starting, but a shadow cast over them, and there was Sherlock Holmes towering over their small table. 

“I think tea time is over… Graeme.” he growled, eyes narrowing at all three of them. Irene’s lips curved to a smirk. 

Lestrade eyed him incredulously. “So we’re back at forgetting my name again, huh?” 

“We’re leaving. Rosie is calling for her father and the responsible thing to do is to go back and attend to her, right, John?” Sherlock announced dryly, still glaring at Lestrade. 

“Oh, if you only need John then maybe Greg and I can stay here for a while? Have a little chat?” Irene purred, a challenging look in her eyes. 

“I’m sure Gavin has somewhere else he needs to be.” Sherlock hissed, glaring at her.


“How long have you been there?” Irene asked. 

John left on a different cab with Lestrade, and ever since they left the cafe, Sherlock remained silent. Even with Irene’s question, his eyes were looking out the window, much like his usual thinking trance, but a strain was evident in his eyes, leading to the conclusion that he was ignoring her on purpose.

“It’s a simple question.” she muttered, rolling her eyes at his stubborness. 

She heard him sigh. “Long enough.”

“And?” 

“And what?” 

Sherlock finally turned to meet her eyes, his expression unreadable. “Nothing. I just didn’t expect you and John would finally get along. And also Lestrade. You seemed to get along really well. He can’t stop himself from gawking.”

Upon hearing the forced calmness in his voice, Irene laughed. “No need to be jealous, Sherlock.” 

The detective looked affronted. “Jealous? Why… why would I be jealous?”

“You don’t have to try so hard, dear.” Irene replied, turning the other window to hide her smile. “You heard John, no need to be overly complicated.”

“Pft. What does John know? He married an ex-assassin.” he murmured, also looking away from Irene, hiding the grin spreading across his face. 

The Signs as Things Me and My Friends Have Said

Aries: The only reason I justify violence is because there is a lot of rage in my little body like too much excessive and I can’t hold it in whatsoever​ I even shake when I feel really deep rage

Taurus: Mmmm bout 2 eat this bowl of see real with milk bone ape tit call me chef boy hard d

Gemini: More reasons why I don’t have emotions

Cancer: I’ll love and support you unconditionally howbow dah

Leo: I always knew I’d be a hot girl

Virgo: Your nyas and :3’s won’t save you from your terminal anxiety

Libra: She drew without thinking at first and you can’t blame every artist for doing that they just want to draw cool stuff like fucking dinosaurs with Lazer assholes or something

Scorpio: “I’m good cop” “I’m bad cop” I’m lube cop

Sagittarius: Now in 3 different flavors: Sass, Salt and Rage

Capricorn: “good night” nope

Aquarius: I know not if my answers are sufficient enough but I shall repay my debt in two goats

Pisces: Maybe smart people hate emotions because the only thing they ever feel is sadness

GUYS

remember that kuroo is actually really smart and into science.

Tsukki is really smart and loves dinosaurs ( well we know he’s also into science who isn’t if they love dinosaurs like shit imma find out how they actually died and where they were , boom science )


THEYRE LITERALLY THE GAY SCIENCE COUPLE.

THE GAY NERDY HOT COUPLE.

THEYRE LITERALLY TWO SMART PEOPLE WITH OPPOSITE PERSONALITIES WHO ARE ATTRACTED TO EACH OTHER AND LOVE SCIENCEEEEEEE.

SCIENCE.

COUPLE.

You know what would be an interesting fic to see? Bruce Banner getting kidnapped by some scientists who figure out a way to temporarily disable the Hulk. And they think they’re safe and they’ve got him contained. But the thing is even without the Hulk, Bruce Banner is a genius pretty much on par with Tony Stark and Reed Richards; a genius who survived on the run for years at a time. So no he can’t smash his way out, but he’s still a genius and w/o Hulk there are no distractions. Cue a lot of trouble for those mistaken scientists.

PaleyFest ReCap: Scandal

Hi Gladiators!

It was amazing to see so many of you in the same auditorium,I have talked to many, although I have not introduced myself to anyone and didn’t ask for your names either. Now I really regret it… I didn’t want to ignore my friend (who is not a Scandal fan –shockingly!- and came to the panel just to keep my company. I was also so overwhelmed and sooooo excited, I didn’t know my own name. Now, as I sit on the plane heading home, I wanted to share my thoughts and experience in case anyone (especially those who could not make it) is interested.

DolbyTheater is one old theater!! It looks so much better on TV when we watch the Oscars. Right at the entrance to the orchestra, there is a round balcony over the ground floor where the entrance to the stage as well as press rooms are. I arrived to hang out on the balcony, look below and see the Scandal folks arriving. At first I was afraid I will drop my phone onto somebody’s head, but then Kerry came in and I really wanted to start taking the pictures. Here is a tiny picture of tiny Kerry. 😄

I missed Tony arriving,  which was sad, but I saw plenty of him inside the auditorium. 😄 Everyone stopped and waved and it was hilarious to watch Kerry’s, Katie’s and Darby’s reaction when they would walk out into that open area above which we were perched, we would start screaming, and for a second a two, they would have no clue where the shouting was coming from and would start uneasily looking around before raising their heads, catching a glimpse of us and waving back. It was so cute!

Jeff stopped and tried to give us a small speech. I have no idea what he said. It was pretty loud even though he tried to shout over, his voice was lost 😔

We went to the auditorium at around 7, and took our seats. Here is a view from behind me ☺️

The marketing lady from Paley started the event and we watched «The Lawn Chair” which I loved ( both the episode and that they showed it). I missed it on Thursday because I was flying to LA and then Friday and Saturday were the whirlwind of activities.

After the episode, Jimmy Kimmel came on and started to introduce the panel. Now, I will keep in short about Jimmy, but he sucked at moderating. He was unprepared, not funny, and his rhythm was off, this whole conversation/panel could have been so much better with better prep.

I really enjoyed Tony’s joke about “Fitz expected more sugar” and Kerry telling about the #BlackLivesMatter and #BringBackOurGirls conversation they had with Tony. THIS IS WHY I LOVE Scandal, and this is why I started obsessing about the show. When writing is good, and those two wonderful, thoughtful and smart people share their thoughts and start great/intelligent discussions, this is a type of TV everyone should be watching…

I laughed but felt bad for Tony when Jimmy Kimmel went on and on about dirty tweets. You could tell that Tony was not enjoying it, that should have been a clue for Jimmy to stop… 

Honestly, I was watching for Tony and Kerry only, they are by far and large the only reason I am still with this show, and why I made the trip. Though I did take a picture of the whole cast too, here it is.

T&K though are just the cutest, most adorable, beautiful and funny couple (did I just say couple??) I loved that they were more open about this whole “we knew each other before Scandal” thing. All the touching and laughing and looking at each other was a much needed and a very welcome bonus. I really could not believe when Kerry brought Isabelle into conversation. A girl next to me (total strange) and I, we started at each other and said: I can’t believe she just said that at the same time! 

The questions from the audience were not the best. What the hell was the kid doing in the audience? The lady who asked about the last episode of Scandal had the best question, hands down. Kerry handling the obnoxious guy’s question about Columbus Short was so on point. What annoyed me the most is that I felt the guy was just trying to show off as a smart ass and grab everyone’s attention, he didn’t really care about CS or what the cast would answer. 

After the panel was over, it was like a crazy commotion as security filed on the stage and all fans stepped forward (or I should say rushed forward) and I was double-happy that I had a seat close to the stage so that I could snap some pictures. Here is the autograph signing session :)

I love it that I have a picture of Kerry and Tony in one frame. I wish I was braver and asked Tony to step closer to Kerry so that we could all take a picture of them. But I didn’t have the balls :O

At the very end, right before Tony left, there was a cute/funny incident with someone’s phone. First, Tony is a pro at taking selfies, props to him! He took some girl’s phone and while trying to flip the camera view, he noticed the incoming call. He turns to the girl, tells her that someone is calling her and then picks it up and says: “Hi, this is Tony Goldwyn”. We (all these people around who heard him) almost died laughing. I really wonder what the person on the other end of the line said/thought. :)

And last but not least, Tony’s selfie (I am in there too!) Dear @MichelleF0918 on Twitter, thank you SO MUCH for sharing a picture!

anonymous asked:

Do you think Corey and Rowan know that Riarkle is up the writer's sleeves? Like honestly how could MJ tell Corey to "look at Riley like she's the freaking sun" (ACM) without him getting fishy lol

I think those two are very smart people, and considering what we’ve seen on screen, I’d say they probably suspect it. ☺️

enigmaticdr  asked:

also I know you've written it already a couple times but I'm so weak for the pregnancy/murderbaby trope fics

i am WEAK for this one too. i know a lot of people hate pregnancy/kidfic but i think it’s only bad if it turns into some kind of saccharine ooc fest. with these two, there’s all this drama and potential heartbreak and two very smart people being taken completely by surprise and it just gives me SO MANY FEELS. 

So I’ve written accidental pregnancy where Hanners is the daddy and one short ficlet where it’s someone else (and he is insanely jealous). The one thing I haven’t written is them actually wanting and trying to have a baby…maybe that’s the one I’d write next if I wrote another murderbaby fic. 

airydoorway  asked:

for the "ship you've never written" thing: hartley/barry/felicity, or just hartley/felicity, or if you've written that, hartley/anyone + ethereal?

Ethereal: Extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world.

It was moments like these that Hartley wonders how he managed to get so lucky. It wasn’t that long ago that his parents wanted nothing more to do with him because he could help who he fell in love with and then the whole incident with Star Labs and Harrison Wells and his hearing— he genuinely believed that he was too imperfect for this world and would never find love, never have anyone tell him how amazing and delicate and beautiful he was.

But yet, here he was. Two wonderful people. Two beautiful and smart people that loved everything about him.

“We love you so much Hart. Don’t you know that?” Felicity speaks first. She’s done up in a red dress, hair pulled back in a tight, neat bun. Barry’s next to her, his arm wrapped around her waist as he leans down and presses a kiss to Hartley’s temple.

“More than anything.” Barry continues. “Forget the past, forget anyone who’s done you wrong. We’re here now, we love you. We’ll never leave you. You’re perfect to us.”

It takes what Hartley has left to not break down and cry in front of a restaurant full of people. He never thought that he’d have this in his life.

He didn’t think he was worth it.

zeneles  asked:

Ah hello hello, do you have any psychological manga recommendations?

Yes! I can definitely recommend some Psychological reads. I’m hoping I’ll be giving you a couple of suggestions that you haven’t read yet!

WARNING: The following mangas may or may not contain triggering content. Such links will be marked.

(TW: SUICIDE)
-GOTH by Otsuichi and Ooiwa Kenji
Two incredibly smart people get together and solve murders—but they serve their punishment in different ways. You’ll be getting into the head of killers in this one. It’s dark and twisted in a very good way. Oh and it has a movie

(TW: SUICIDE)
-Black Paradox by Itou Junji
If you frequent horror mangas, I’m sure you’ve heard of Itou Junji. Anyway, this is basically about people trying to kill themselves—but weird things happen. Really weird things. I almost consider this a dark comedy.

-Kouishou Raijo by Nakayama Masaaki
Short stories that have to deal with the possible supernatural. I don’t want to explain the story—because part of the psychological bit has to do with someone interpreting a situation. I’ll probably make a longer review on this.

-Seeds of Anxiety Plus by Nakayama Masaaki
Short stories that have to do with legends, ghosts, etc. A lot of it has to do with the imagination of the mind.

-Seeds of Anxiety by Nakayama Masaaki
I recommend and think that the first volume is pretty psychological. So read just the first volume—but i HIGHLY recommend reading the rest of it too. Read my review here!

(TW: SUICIDE, SELF-HARM)
-Death Sweeper by Kitagawa Shou
Has a lot to do with life and death. I mean, it’s essentially a discussion and agreement of death will eventually get us, so what should we do until then?

-Annarasumanara by Ha Il-Kwon
Symbolism everywhere! One of my favorites! Read my review here!

-A Boy Who Fishes Dreams by Hanna-Hye
Whoa! This one. Pretty crazy. I mean, delivery could be a little bit better, but whoooa! Read it til the end if you start it! It’s a one-shot.

-Nijigahara Holgraph by Asano Inio
It’s heavy read. I’m telling you now. It’s good but it a heavy read. You’re gonna have to get your brain muscles pumping more iron than ever because it’s pretty heavy on the symbolism. But if you’ve read any of Asano Inio’s works, that is pretty much how it works.

-Goodnight Punpun by Asano Inio
It’s sort of a daily life kinda thing, but it definitely deals with symbolism and his mind is on hyperdrive. I think being drawn as a small bird is symbolism in itself.

-What a Wonderful World by Asano Inio

-My Name is Shingo by Umezu Kazuo

-Flowers of Evil by Lee Hyeon-Suk
NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH OSHIMI SHUZO’S “THE FLOWERS OF EVIL.”
Obviously the girl has some kind of anxiety and some complex about her brother, but it’s good. It’s pretty incesty—or at least themes of it.

-[switch] by Naked Ape
Some personality disorder. It has two OVA if I remember.

-Peak by Im Kang-Hyeok
The art is ten thumbs up. It’s in color…the whole time. That doesn’t sound that big of a deal, but look at the art and look at the coloring and look at it. Omg. Also, it’s more of a daily life, inside look at a soldier’s life in Korea.

-Nineteen, Twenty-One by John and Jenna
It’s all about getting back up on your feet. I think once you’ve reached a certain age, you sort of feel a kind of burden and it can shut you down. This story—I feel, is about getting away from that and moving yourself forward. Read my review here!

I’d recommend these but…

-Doubt by Tonogai Yoshiki
Take about PREDICTABLE. It was good until the ending. I found myself shrugging at it.

-Hanged Doll by Team Getname
If you can get through the terrible translation—go for it. Otherwise, I’d wait until there are better translations.

xoxo, Han

Nate: we make a good team!
Sophie: sure do! friendship rules! let’s be awesome teammates forever!
Nate and Sophie five minutes later: *has wild drunk sex in Nate’s hotel room*

Nate: let’s have a friendly, platonic dinner!
Sophie: okay! as friends and colleagues and nothing more!
Nate and Sophie five minutes later: *has wild drunk sex on Nate’s apartment floor*

Nate: no relationship for me thnx!
Sophie: yuck me neither! supes casual sex all the way!
Nate and Sophie five minutes later: *has long-term monogamous relationship leading to marriage*


THESE RIDICULOUS PEOPLE.

Movie Quote of the Day is FIVE YEARS OLD today! Below is all of the Movie Quote of the Day posts from June 30th, 2014 thru today, but you can see all 1,799 movies/quotes here.

  • Three Men and a Baby, 1987 (dir. Leonard Nimoy)
  • Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte, 1964 (dir. Robert Aldrich)
  • The Canyons, 2013 (dir. Paul Schrader)
  • A Little Bit of Heaven, 2012 (dir. Nicole Kassell)
  • Rocky IV, 1985 (dir. Sylvester Stallone)
  • Killer Joe, 2012 (dir. William Friedkin)
  • Reaching For The Moon, 2013 (dir. Bruno Barreto)
  • We Bought a Zoo, 2011 (dir. Cameron Crowe)
  • The Grifters, 1990 (dir. Stephen Frears)
  • Splash, 1984 (dir. Ron Howard)
  • 12 Years A Slave, 2013 (dir. Steve McQueen)
  • The Station Agent, 2003 (dir. Thomas McCarthy)
  • Point Break, 1991 (dir. Kathryn Bigelow)
  • Clear and Present Danger, 1994 (dir. Phillip Noyce)
  • The Bad News Bears, 1976 (dir. Michael Ritchie)
  • Dazed and Confused, 1993 (dir. Richard Linklater)
  • Ladies They Talk About, 1933 (dir. Howard Bretherton, William Keighley)
  • 2046, 2004 (dir. Wong Kar-Wai)
  • Riddick, 2013 (dir. David Twohy)
  • Julia, 1977 (dir. Fred Zinnemann)
  • The Americanization of Emily, 1964 (dir. Arthur Hiller)
  • Hook, 1991 (dir. Steven Spielberg)
  • Affliction, 1997 (dir. Paul Schrader)
  • Dogfight, 1991 (dir. Nancy Savoca)
  • Drugstore Cowboy, 1989 (dir. Gus Van Sant)
  • Dunston Checks In, 1996 (dir. Ken Kwapis)
  • The Expendables 2, 2012 (dir. Simon West)
  • The Lucky One, 2012 (dir. Scott Hicks)
  • The Avengers, 2012 (dir. Joss Whedon)
  • Brassed Off, 1996 (dir. Mark Herman)
  • School of Rock, 2003 (dir. Richard Linklater)
  • The Recruit, 2003 (dir. Roger Donaldson)
  • Revolutionary Road, 2008 (dir. Sam Mendes)
  • Picture Perfect, 1997 (dir. Glenn Gordon Caron)
  • Into the Night, 1985 (dir. John Landis)
  • All the Pretty Horses, 2000 (dir. Billy Bob Thornton)
  • Albert Nobbs, 2011 (dir. Rodrigo García)
  • Signs, 2002 (dir. M. Night Shyamalan)
  • Knock On Any Door, 1949 (dir. Nicholas Ray)
  • Merrily We Go To Hell, 1932 (dir. Dorothy Arzner)
  • Pitch Perfect, 2012 (dir. Jason Moore)
  • Inland Empire, 2006 (dir. David Lynch)
  • The Help, 2011 (dir. Tate Taylor)
  • Patch Adams, 1998 (dir. Tom Shadyac)
  • Foreign Correspondent, 1940 (dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
  • In weiter Ferne, so nah! (Faraway, So Close!), 1993 (dir. Wim Wenders)
  • Gone Baby Gone, 2007 (dir. Ben Affleck)
  • Devil in a Blue Dress, 1995 (dir. Carl Franklin)
  • Predator, 1987 (dir. John McTiernan)
  • Indecent Proposal, 1993 (dir. Adrian Lyne)
  • Get Over It, 2001 (dir. Tommy O’Haver)
  • Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, 2008 (dir. Bharat Nalluri)
  • Starlet, 2012 (dir. Sean Baker)
  • The Turning Point, 1977 (dir. Herbert Ross)
  • Humoresque, 1946 (dir. Jean Negulesco)
  • The Rebound, 2009 (dir. Bart Freundlich)
  • Seance on a Wet Afternoon, 1964 (dir. Bryan Forbes)
  • Panic Room, 2002 (dir. David Fincher)
  • Glengarry Glen Ross, 1992 (dir. James Foley)
  • Beyond Borders, 2003 (dir. Martin Campbell)
  • Night of the Comet, 1984 (dir. Thom Eberhardt)
  • The Steel Trap, 1952 (dir. Andrew L. Stone)
  • 28 Days, 2000 (dir. Betty Thomas)
  • The Presidio, 1988 (dir. Peter Hyams)
  • Bound For Glory, 1976 (dir. Hal Ashby)
  • 3 Women, 1977 (dir. Robert Altman)
  • Johnny Suede, 1991 (dir. Tom DiCillo)
  • Rounders, 1998 (dir. John Dahl)
  • Female, 1933 (dir. Michael Curtiz, William Dieterle, William A. Wellman)
  • Soapdish, 1991 (dir. Michael Hoffman)
  • I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!, 1968 (dir. Hy Averback)
  • Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, 1993 (dir. Rob Cohen)
  • The King’s Speech, 2010 (dir. Tom Hooper)
  • Carrie, 1976 (dir. Brian De Palma)
  • To The Wonder, 2013 (dir. Terrence Malick)
  • Something New, 2006 (dir. Sanaa Hamri)
  • Sirens, 1993 (dir. John Duigan)
  • Coal Miner’s Daughter, 1980 (dir. Michael Apted)
  • Flubber, 1997 (dir. Les Mayfield)
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It’s Not What It Looks Like (Peter Parker x Reader)

so it’s a stereotypical day here in england where the heavens have opened and i stg it looked like i’d been swimming in my clothes

I didn’t know whether you wanted TASM Peter or the CACW Peter so it’s kind of a mash up

-Jazz

Prompt;  ‘Fight me! Literally fight me - Oh god, actually you’re taller than me. Never mind.’ &  ‘I know we were making out and I know I said I hate him. But this is not what it looks like.’

Request; Can you do 1 and 12 with Peter Parker please 😊

KEY

Y/N - Your name

Y/L/N - Your Last Name

Warnings; kissing 

Word count; 664

Originally posted by nintendontdodrugs


You and Peter Parker were the babies of the Avengers, with the both of you being in high school still. You’d think that two smart, funny and gifted people would get on great, right? Wrong. So very wrong.

To you, Peter Parker was a loud-mouthed, sarcastic twat who tried too hard.
And to Peter, you were a loud-mouthed sarcastic twat who tried too hard.

You couldn’t stand the guy. You rarely saw each other in school, thankfully. If you did, you just ignored each others presence and made your way. Sadly, the Avengers weren’t blessed with such a thing around the tower. If they left you alone for more than three seconds, you would end up throttling each other.

‘What are you looking at, Parker?’ You snapped, staring at the tall, towering boy over the other side of the training room. He raised his eyebrows and shrugged.
'I was just wandering, Y/L/N, is the person who did your eyebrows been locked up yet for crimes against-’
He was shut up by a blunt, training knife being thrown his way. He moved to the side and it jabbed into the wall next to him.  

'Y/N, Peter!’ Steve marched in the room, his arms piled high with new weapons. 'Stop trying to kill each other, and warm up. We’re doing combat today.’

You groaned and stood up, lazily dragging yourself to the mat in the middle of the room. You hated combat - You always ended up either on dish-cleaning duty for injuring someone too bad, or the other way round, where you were off training for a week because you had bruises everywhere. You’d been getting better though and learnt to use your heightened senses to your advantage, and you managed to take out Steve, Natasha and Clint. 

'Ready to have your ass beaten, Parker?’ You asked, a hint of sarcasm in your voice. 

'I could ask you the same thing, but we all know you’re always ready to have your ass beaten. I assume you’re familiar with the feeling-’

'Fight me!’ You leaped forward and pushed him back onto the mat. 'Literally fight me!’

'Okay.’ Peter shrugged and stood up, and you realised how tall he actually was at well over six foot.

'Oh god, actually you’re taller than me. Never mind!’ You casually called, standing up and brushing your sweatpants off. You noticed at the same time that Steve had left. People generally did tend to leave when you two were about to fight, because it’s not something they would want to get involved with.

You shrugged and leaped on Parker again, managing to catch him by surprise. He tried to put up his hands in defense but you pinned them down. However, he flipped you over and was leaning over you, grinning triumphantly as your hands became webbed to your sides.

'Who’s the real winner here, then?’ He smirked, and you huffed, staring at him.  You noticed in that moment that he was generally, a very attractive guy - With a crooked smile, messy but cute hair and really, really nice arms. You’d never seen it before, since you did tend to look at him with a burning passion of hatred. 

Without a second though, perhaps caught up in the moment, you leaned up and pressed your lips to his. You didn’t expect him to kiss back, but he did. And you didn’t know why, but you enjoyed it. Surprisingly, it wasn’t angry, but just like any teenagers first kiss. Hints of awkward, but still pretty unforgettable. 

'Uhm, guys?’ Steve interrupted your moment, raising his eyebrows.

‘I know we were making out and I know I said I hate him. But this is not what it looks like.’ You ripped your arms from the web and moved Peter to the side. 

'Y/N was checking to see if I had busted a tooth while we were fighting.’ Peter protested.

'By kissing you?’ Natasha, who was now present, challenged you. 'That seems very likely.’