THESE ARE THE THINGS WE DON’T TALK ABOUT: my heart in your mouth / your foot on the brakes / the threesomes with fear / the dreams about drowning / crying in your apartment / holding hands in the hospital / your voice when you’re tired / and can’t / stop it / the poems that scream / I know you aren’t there yet / but I love you so much / how easy it would be for you to / leave / how easy it would be to pretend that you / didn’t / how easy everything about this is / until it isn’t / and my god / oh honey / it really isn’t
My Rick (22-Omega) and Ford (52-Alfa) portal pals!! They’re the same ones from this comic though presumably this is some time after they get away from Evil Stan :)
Neither of them were each other’s original travel partner. They accidentally swapped during a drunken binge some weeks ago and have to learn to live with the fact that they left their original friend behind…
EXO’s SCHEDULE:[BROADCAST] - all programme broadcasts and live broadcasts, including weekly music shows and dramas, [REC] - programme recordings, [RADIO] - radio programmes, [SIGN] / [MEET] - fan-signing and fan-meeting events, [PERF] - performance events, including concerts and festivals, [RELEASE] - music releases, [BIRTHDAY] - member’s birthdays and birthday parties, [OTHER] - various other scheduled activities.
This schedule will be continually updated.
EXO-K SCHEDULE(Last updated on 170426)
[PERF] Exoplanet #3 - The EXO'rDium in Singapore - 16:00 SST
[BROADCAST] Mountain TV ‘Korea From Above’ Ep.1 (마운틴 TV ‘하늘에서 만난 대한민국’ 제1휘) - 11:00 KST - (Suho, Xiumin) - (Naver TV, V app)
[BROADCAST] Mountain TV ‘Korea From Above’ Ep.2 (마운틴 TV ‘하늘에서 만난 대한민국’ 제2휘) - 11:00 KST - (Suho, Xiumin) - (Naver TV, V app)
[BROADCAST] Mountain TV ‘Korea From Above’ Ep.3 (마운틴 TV ‘하늘에서 만난 대한민국’ 제3휘) - 11:00 KST - (Suho, Xiumin) - (Naver TV, V app)
Draco has loathed Hermione Granger from a safe, perfectly
practical distance for about as long as he can remember.
She’d shown up on the first day of sixth grade with her
powder-blue Kipling backpack stuffed with five individually labeled plastic folders—fucking
color-coded, too—and she’d proceeded
to beat him at everything.
If he got a 99 on an algebra test, she got a 100. If he was
publicly praised by their English teacher for his astute use of simile in an
essay, she was invited to participate in a district-wide writing contest. She
took pristine notes on college-rule notepaper and she stole the state spelling
bee trophy right out of his elegant, neatly-manicured hands after he misspelled
the word ‘sanctimonious’ and she won
the mock Continental Congress debate in their eighth grade history class—while
playing as Alexander Hamilton.
She made him feel like the fucking coyote in those old Saturday
morning cartoons; wily and arrogant and always just on the cusp of winning—until she inevitably arrived with her
laminated book reports and her environmentally-safe highlighters and her ridiculous fucking ergonomically
designed mechanical pencils—just in
time to either push him off a cliff or directly into the path of an oncoming