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Press Conference [JAPAN NIGHT IN TAIPEI] || the GazettE @ Taiwan

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Roman x Fem!Reader (Smut)

Requested By Anon

Warnings: Dom!Reader, Sub!Roman, swearing,  dirty talk, bondage (Slight)



Roman could be heard bellowing through the phone to you from down the hall, he had no idea what had started the argument but you were know giving him a list of his flaws and why you wouldn’t be becoming home.



“You can sleep on the fucking streets tonight that’s fine with me.” Roman said as he angrily slammed the phone’s cut off button and stared at it as if daring the phone to ring.




He was actually surprised when he got home and Anna told him you were still gone. When it got to two in the morning he was genuinely worried you’d finally left him and a bitter fury ran through him, he was perfect and you didn’t just get to leave him alone like this.


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  • *voltron walking through a cave or something and keith walks into a cobweb
  • Keith: 'urh, the freaking web is in my hair' *annoyed grones*
  • Lance: 'well i guess you could say you've become "the world wide web" '
  • Keith: 'wha- '
  • Lace: 'cos your my world, bro'
  • Keith: 'bro' *blushing*
  • Pidge: *does the "Jim office look thingy"*
We don’t discriminate and so I love that there’s a sexual thing between them. They’re both hot and smart and sexy and we laugh about it a lot that [Max] is kind of a dude and Caroline is such a girlie girl. We always envision it as a romantic comedy between two girls; always wrote it like that. There’s no real male love interest in the show. We had one but we took him off because it was so much less sexy. We kind of see Max as the guy — she has a man’s name — and [Caroline] as the girl, so we always envision them as sort of in a relationship.
—   Whitney Cummings - Executive Producer of Two Broke Girls

Egyik este beszélgetten a nagypapámmal , egyszer csak hirtelen megkérdeztem :
- Nagyapa,milyen volt a világ amiben felnöttél.
A nagypapám így válaszolt:
- Hadd gondolkozzam egy kicsit!

A televízió, a gyermekbénulás elleni védőoltás, a fénymásoló gép, a kontaktlencse és fogamzásgátló tabletta előtt születtem. Nem volt még radar, hitelkártya, lézersugár és pengekorcsolya.

Még nem találták fel a légkondicionálót, a mosogatógépet, a szárítógépet (a ruhát egyszerűen kitették száradni a friss levegőre).
Az ember még nem lépett a Holdra, és nem léteztek sugárhajtású utasszállító repülőgépek.

Nagyanyád és én összeházasodtunk és azután együtt éltünk, és minden családban volt apuka és anyuka.
Én a számítógép, a kétszakos egyetemi képzés és a csoportterápia előtt születtem.

Az emberek nem analizáltatták magukat, legfeljebb amikor az orvos vér-vagy vizeletvizsgálatra küldte őket.
25 éves koromig minden rendőrt és férfit ‘uram’-nak szólítottam, minden nőt pedig 'asszonyom’-nak vagy 'kisasszony’-nak.

Párjuk a galamboknak és a nyulaknak volt, de nem az embereknek.
Az én időmben ha egy hölgy felszállt az autóbuszra vagy a villamosra, a gyerekek és a fiatalok mindenki másnál hamarabb álltak fel, hogy átadják neki a helyüket, de ha állapotos volt, a helyére kísérték és - ha kellett - megváltották a jegyét és odavitték neki.

A nő elsőként lépett liftből ki; alátolták a széket, hogy leülhessen egy férfi sosem üdvözölt úgy egy nőt, hogy ne állt volna fel, ha éppen ült. Kinyitotta előtte az autó vagy bármi más ajtaját, és a férfi segített neki levenni a kabátját.

Az én időmben a szüzesség nem okozott rákot, és a családi erény bizonyítéka volt a lány tisztasága a férj számára. A mi életünket a tízparancsolat, a józan ész, az idősebbek és az érvényes törvények tisztelete szabályozta.
Bennünket megtanítottak arra, hogy különbséget tegyünk jó és rossz között, és hogy felelősek vagyunk tetteinkért és következményeikért.

A komoly kapcsolat azt jelentette, hogy jóban voltunk unokatestvérekkel és barátokkal.
Ismeretlen volt a vezeték nélküli telefon, a mobiltelefonról nem is beszélve.

Sosem hallottunk sztereó zenéről, URH rádióról, kazettákról, CD-ről, DVD-ről, elektromos írógépekről, számológépekről (még mechanikusakról sem, hát még hordozhatókról).

A 'notebook’ jegyzetfüzet volt.
Az órákat naponta felhúzták.
Semmi digitális nem létezett, sem órák, sem világító számos kijelzők a háztartási gépeken.
Gépeknél tartva: nem voltak pénzkiadó automaták, se mikrohullámú sütők, se ébresztőórás rádiók. Hogy videomagnókról és videokamerákról ne is beszéljünk.

Nem léteztek azonnal előhívott színes fényképek. Csak fekete-fehér képek voltak, előhívásuk és másolásuk több mint 3 napig tartott. Színes képek nem léteztek.

Nem hallottunk Pizza Hutról vagy McDonald'sról, se az instant kávéról, se a mesterséges édesítőkről.
Az én időmben a fű olyasmit jelentett, amit nyírtak, nem szívtak.
Mi voltunk az utolsó nemzedék, amely azt hitte, hogy egy asszonynak férjre van szüksége ahhoz, hogy gyereke legyen.

- A válasz hallatán nem jutottam szóhoz csak ültem és bámultam magam elé…

lookin’ at the booty

Jason Todd x Reader - Time - Part 2

Part One , Two , Three , Finale

- The next time Jason saw you, it was a month later.

- Stephanie and you were using Tim’s place whilst he was away. He had the nicest TV and largest apartment out of the three of you.

- You’d ordered pizza’s and were planning on a movie marathon.

- Jason had thought Tim’s place would have been empty. He was going to crash there since Roy and he were in a fight.

- “So when is this apartment going to become your apartment?” You asked Stephanie.

- “If Tim wants me to move in, I’m sure you’ll be the first to know about it.” Steph laughed whilst filling a bowl with popcorn.

- Jason had swung through Tim’s bedroom window and pushed himself against the door.

- He thought that he wouldn’t have to see you ever again and whatever he was feeling could just disappear.

- When he heard your voice, his heart did a little jump.

- He cursed under his breath.

- Jason Peter Todd did not get crushes, at least he didn’t get crushes on girls he’d met one time.

- But it had been a very enjoyable one time.

- Nope. He was not even going to consider staying here whilst you and Stephanie were in the next room.

- He went to stealthily leave but managed to hit the bedside table. Loudly.

- “ What was that?” You exclaimed, standing up and looking around for any form of weapon.

- “Stay behind me,” for some reason Stephanie had some form of weapon already hidden in her hand.

- You decide not to question it. You lived in Gotham after all. A girl needed to have some form of protection.

- Jason cursed again, rushing to hide all the weapons and his helmet before the two of you burst in.

- Just as he was ditching the last of his red hood gear, you threw open the door and Stephanie spun a batarang at his head.

- He was half dressed but dodged it easily.

- “Not cool, Steph!” He complained.

- Stephanie relaxed and sighed in annoyance.

- “Y/N, right?” He tried to play it cool, still only half dressed.

- It took you a second to get a hold of yourself. He was hot. It wasn’t your fault. Anyone would be slightly surprised to find a half naked boy in their friends bedroom.

- “Urh…Yeah. That’s me, you’re Jason. We had a great evening at the Gala, right?”

- You had thought about that night a lot. Tim wasn’t helpful when you had asked questions about Jason, he didn’t seem to get your interest.

- Jason stood in shock. You had said that it had been a great evening. You thought he’d been great.

- You were probably just being polite. He had to think you were just being polite.

- “What are you doing here, Jay?” Steph rolled her eyes at him.

- “Could ask you the same thing.”

- “Tim’s girlfriend. I have a spare key. You just came through the window,”

- “I like to have fun,” he shrugged “I just needed a place to crash.”

- “You have a fight with your Royfriend?” Stephanie sounded extremely sincere in her concern.

- “Royfriend?” You asked awkwardly.

- “My best friend, Roy. Steph likes to think she’s clever.” Jason glared.

- “Why are you half naked?” Steph pulled out her phone to snap a picture. Jason jumped at her but she’d already sent it to the Batfamily group chat.

- “I was going to sleep,” he motioned dramatically to the bed.

- Steph knew he’d just got back from patrol and was deliberately trying to make him lie elaborately.

- “You can join us for pizza and movies, if you want.” You offered.

- “I would die for pizza about now.” Jason started pulling on his spare clothes from Tim’s closet. He’d crashed here a few times.

- “Anything worth dying for is certainly worth living for.” You quoted

- “Catch 22.” He paused to smile.

- Steph raised an eyebrow at him, she hadn’t seen him smile. Jason Todd pouted and glared.

- The pizza delivery boy knocked on the door and you ran to answer it.

- “Just on time!” You laughed as you went

- Jason bit his lip and made sure hide his face from Steph.

- He had run out of time at the Gala

- Now he had an excuse to talk to you some more.

- Now he was being given more time, he wasn’t used to taking his time before.