wally though

One of my absolute favorite things about Young Justice is the mind link. Seriously, just imagine all of the crazy stuff the team can do when they can actually read each other’s minds during a mission:  

- Infinite Rickrolls 
- Wally making an obvious effort to not call Robin “Dick” when they’re linked and getting really frustrated   
- Being spoiled about Christmas presents and surprise parties 
- When one member gets hurt everyone feels it 
- Dick and Wally trying to see how loud they can scream in their minds until Kaldur starts yelling at them  
- Something blows up and everyone simultaneously goes “same" 
- Everyone cringing when Conner and M'gann have really loud dirty thoughts about each other 
- Hearing Kaldur mentally sigh at least fifteen times a mission 
- When one person has a song stuck in their head, everyone gets the song in their head  
- This of course leads to the entire team becoming a silent choir as they all mentally belt out Let It Go together while beating up bad guys 
- When Raquel first joined, they learned that ”??????“ makes an actual sound in ones head 
- Zatanna thinking backwards and giving everyone a headache 
- They even linked up Wolf once just to see what it was like and they heard weird stuff like “Boy? Boy is bird?? He is puppy??? Need cuddles??? Must protect!!!” “Superboy!💗💗💗💗 Human! Best human! Best human in whole world!” “I good boy?? Treats????” “BANE BAD. KILL BANE. HE HURT BABIES?!?!?! BITE. BITE. BITE!!! I TREATS??? I DID GOOD??????” It was definitely a learning experience about how dogs work, and they also learned about how Wolf sees Robin as a small puppy in need of protection, so that was fun to tease him about.  
- Conner screams even in his mind 
- There is no privacy whatsoever, so that’s how the team learned things about each other that they will definitely regret knowing 
- Artemis and Wally flirting all the time just to make everyone uncomfortable
- Falling asleep on stakeouts leads to seeing each other’s dreams and even interacting in them
- Once Wally had a nightmare about his father and everyone saw it, though Wally had no idea and was confused when they spent the rest of the week being really nice to him
- On really traumatic missions, sometimes one member will get flashbacks and all of them see it too  
- Dick singing Bohemian Rhapsody for five hours straight 
- The team learning that M'gann curses like a sailor in her head  
- Kaldur mentally goes “WTF” so many times they lost count 
- Silently judging everyone together 

I just really love the mind link concept okay? 

The return of Performing Dean

So, the family is out having breakfast. Remind me again, how long has it been since we’ve seen Dean flirt with a waitress? Yes I know, 12x11, but @mittensmorgul has written a fantastic meta HERE addressing that. 

What’s different this time? 


Wally - Red blooded American hunter. Wally, who sneers at namby pamby nancy boys with soft white hands. Wally, with his beard and his jacket who reminds me a lot of John. And Dean’s performing for him, being daddy’s little hunter boy. 

So Dean tries to flirt with Mandy, using the hammiest possible approach and it fails. And he’s okay with it. Until she shows interest in Cas. Look at the reactions, Sam immediately look at Cas with an uh-oh face. And Dean is just pissed, complete with eye rolling and lips pursing.

Dean’s jealous, and Sam knows it. I say this because some people are already trying to paint Dean getting pissed as him being angry about getting rejected. That is highly OOC for Dean (Jo shot him down and he simply breezed past it) He’s gotten rejected plenty of times with no issue. Dean’s also got rejected by girls who then hit on Sam. He’s always been okay with that. 

But Cas, Cas is different, isn’t he?

Wally is still there though. So Dean can’t pull the possessive jealous husband routine he pulled in 12x10. So what does Dean do? What every insecure person does. 

Lalala I don’t care at all that someone’s flirting with you. I’m going to be magnanimous about it and show how much I don’t care at all hahaha because I don’t care. Not at all. 

Wally nods in approval when Dean mentions Mandy is ‘into’ Cas. Mary shoots the topic down, and Dean tries to play both sides - the macho posturing side that Wally approves of, but Mary clearly doesn’t like it. So he backtracks there (”I’m not objectifying her Mom, this is a teachable moment)

And he’s trying to wink and act like everything’s cool… But it’s not. Dean doesn’t look happy, he looks positively pained. Contrast this to when he took Cas to the brothel. Another teachable moment. Look at how different he looked. 

Sam distracts, and Dean has the perfect chance to forget about it. But he doesn’t. Because even though Cas has been clueless to everything till now, Dean’s still not feeling secure enough to let it go. He can’t act too irritated in front of Wally, so he takes it out on Sam a little, then immediately goes back to bro-bro manly back slapping. And Wally is watching on, nodding and approving everything Dean’s saying - she’ll smell like food. Really, Dean? Are you talking about a girl who’ll appeal to Cas, or you? Why are you fishing so much?

Cas still doesn’t respond. Mary shuts it down again. And that’s the end of that.   

You know, it is surprising that 12x10 and 12x12 both had promos with Jealous!Insecure husband!Dean. It’s alost like their trying to point to something…  

(gif credits to @timetraveldean, @godshipsit, @storywingstiel)


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‘Legion’ Premiere: The 9 Moments That Make It a Masterpiece
The mind-blowing debut of “Legion” demands further discussion. Here’s what you may have missed on first viewing, and why it deserves a second look (at least).
By Ben Travers

In terms of plot, the “Legion” premiere isn’t hard to summarize. David Haller (Dan Stevens) is committed to a mental institution after trying to kill himself. There, he falls in love with Syd Barrett (Rachel Keller), a woman who believes David’s “sickness” is what makes him special. But David might not actually be sick. He may have telekinetic and telepathic powers, and when Syd is allowed to leave and he isn’t, David uses those powers to get back to her.

Of course, the presentation of the plot — the story driving “Legion” — is much more complex. David is a damaged, untrusting young man seeking a connection to reality that his mind refuses to provide. Syd represents that connection and may be looking for a forbidden connection herself. The couple, joined by a group of similarly alienated individuals, rebel against their oppressors to find happiness within and among themselves…via mutant superpowers.

But what’s truly marvelous about this Marvel adaptation is how creator, director, and writer Noah Hawley (“Fargo”) corrals all of the above into a thrilling, gorgeous, and all-around remarkable 67 minutes of television. There’s a lot to be admired from a lot of levels, so we thought we’d break down nine telling moments in order to better appreciate their creators’ artistic efforts as well as what they might mean for the future of “Legion.” Take a look below, and be sure to tell us your favorite parts of the episode in the comments section.

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Legion” Season 1, “Chapter 1.”]

1. The Opening Sequence

Let’s start from the beginning: Noah Hawley’s introduction of David Haller was told in a dialogue-free, decade-spanning montage all set to the beat of The Who’s “Happy Jack.” We watched as a cute little baby morphed into a happy young soccer player and scientist, who then slowly let the voices in his head turn him to trouble. Happy David wasn’t so happy anymore, and drinking led to an arrest which led to medication, depression, and an attempt at suicide.

The song faded along with David’s smile — first an innocent grin, then a drunken smirk, and finally a medicated straight face — explaining without a diegetic sound how this man ended up in a mental hospital. Considering how long the episode ran, it’s important to note that Hawley didn’t let his freedoms run wild. He remained efficient with his time, getting right into the story without sacrificing key background information. And he was just getting started…

2. The Hidden Message Right in Front of You

Fun fact: The costume department went above and beyond the call of duty in “Legion.” For a superhero show firmly grounded in reality, subtle alterations to classic looks provide an anomalous vibe without feeling cartoonish. David’s white button-down worn while under interrogation lacks a collar. Lenny’s headphones are big, bulky, and a bit out of date. But the orange uniforms patients sported in the mental hospital actually contained a secret code for the staff to distinguish which inmates were the most dangerous.

A white stripe down the sleeve signified the lowest risk. They were calm, relatively safe individuals — like Syd. Patients with a yellow stripe are somewhere in the middle: a risk, but not a consistent threat. David wore a yellow stripe, but only because the doctors didn’t fully realize his powers (until it was too late). Lenny, however, sported the most dangerous marking: a red stripe. She was just too rambunctious for the staff to ever fully trust. (After David and Syd switch bodies later in the episode, you can hear Lenny trying to calm hospital security who are restraining David by saying, “He’s in the yellow,” meaning, “He’s not violent. Take it easy.”)

But the scene we’re referring to is David and Syd’s romance. Their meet-cute sets up a courtship similar to the opening scene in that it plays out via a montage set to music. This time, after David quickly asks Syd to be his girlfriend in an adolescently sweet (a.k.a. blunt) fashion, the Rolling Stones’ “She’s a Rainbow” kicks in as we watch the two joke about cherry pie and hold a piece of clothing to mime holding hands.

3. The (First) Long Take

The overall production design of “Legion” deserves an article unto itself (hint: that’s on the way), so it’s worth noting when Hawley first fully utilized his detailed and expansive surroundings. After David tries to help Syd imagine being outside the mental hospital, we cut to an interrogation room where David is sitting across from Hamish Linklater’s government official. The interrogator is asking about “the girl who disappeared,” which we (correctly) assume is Syd, even though David didn’t really have anything to do with her escape.

No matter. When David needs a break from discussing his missing girlfriend, the interrogator gets up and walks out of the kookily intimidating room, unveiling a far more frightening operation outside. The camera tracks him walking quickly through the floor of an empty pool being guarded by men wearing black masks and carrying machine guns. One of them opens a door for the interrogator, who heads down a short hallway and takes the stairs up to a command center constructed a good 15 feet off the ground, overlooking what appears to be a high school stage. There, the armed guards are on break, watching TV, but the camera soon swings back to the interrogator who’s checking in with his boss, an older man watching David from a TV in the operation center.

It’s not a particularly long or overly ambitious one-take, but it conveys a lot of important exposition — David’s value, the scope of the situation, what’s going on outside the room — all while establishing pertinent geography for later scenes. That pool soon comes into play, and we needed to understand where it would come from in order to believe we’re in a real place. Visually conveying that we’re in a school makes absorbing that information interesting and saves time in the long run. Plus, long takes are fun. And “Legion” is fun. So there.

4. The Imploding Kitchen

Hinted at in previews and earlier in the episode, our first look at the full scene comes when David is taking a break and — after looking at a small statue of a dog — remembers a major telekinetic breakthrough. Angry at an old girlfriend, he walks into the kitchen screaming, “I don’t want to talk about it” and gripping the sink with both hands. Then he hears a rattling: It’s a bin of bagels shaking on the counter. Suddenly the door pops open. David lets in a small gasp. He looks around the room and we shift into slow motion: the cabinets, drawers, refrigerator, and anything that can open does, forcefully expelling its contents into a tornado of junk swirling around our anguished hero.

It’s important to note that momentarily, he marvels at what he’s done. He seems calm or at least accepting of the chaotic situation. But then a knife flies by his face and cuts him, right before he glances down to see “the devil with the yellow eyes” sitting in the corner. He first used the descriptor for the fat, bald, terrifying being in therapy earlier in the episode, and this glimpse at him during a peak moment of David’s power is telling. Why is the devil there? Where did he come from? And what is he trying to do to David?

We’ll come back to that in future episodes — as well as this visually astounding kitchen scene.

5. That Kiss!

David just couldn’t let Syd leave without sharing their first kiss, and there hasn’t been a more catastrophic smooch since King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson. Though the aftermath requires a lot of piecing together, it’s important to note we could hear Syd telling David to stop without actually hearing her speak. They appeared to be communicating telepathically, but even such a direct connection couldn’t stop David from planting a parting peck.

Next thing you know, a field of televisions with various characters speaking to David appear before we cut back to the moment. A sonic boom knocks both of them off their feet, and the camera flips upside down. David and Syd have switched bodies, but only Syd (in David’s body) is aware of it; screaming at the top of her lungs to “stop.”

At this moment, most audience members don’t know what’s happened yet. And the next thing we know, “David” is staring at the yellow-eyed devil again in a room bathed with red light. “Syd” hears an explosion from the nursing office, and she looks at herself in the mirror, trying to take in the change. Only when she starts to touch her face, neck, and…other things does Hamish Linklater’s government interrogator stop the story to make David tell us what happened: They switched bodies, meaning it was Syd using David’s powers that turned the hospital upside down.

6. The Ping Pong Ball

What started the entire sequence was Syd waiting in her room to say goodbye to David, and the sound of two other patients playing ping pong outside. When David is asked to talk about “the incident,” the first shot of his recollection is of the table from above, and we hear the back-and-forth sound of “ping” and “pong” as a ball bounces between players. It sets a rhythm for the scene, as Syd sits on her bed waiting and well-timed cuts show the players battling.

Each strike leads to a decision: “Ping” — “You could write him a note.” “Pong” — she stands to leave. “Ping” — Syd enters the common room. “Pong” — Lenny stops Syd to talk to her about a candy bar. “Ping” — as she talks, David runs into the room. Then, right before the kiss, the rhythm stops as the ball can be heard dropping to the ground and rolling away…

That’s when the switch happens, but the ball doesn’t complete its journey until Syd and David’s doctor returns to the common room — now empty and filled with red light — and the ball bounces directly to their feet. Something’s coming. A new scene is born. David and Syd’s journey isn’t a game anymore.

7. Lenny’s Return

Aubrey Plaza isn’t an actress you can introduce at the beginning of an episode and kill off by the end. We, as a people, simply cannot stand for such things. Plaza is too fascinating an actress — and too perfect for this world, in particular — to only serve as a surprising death or emotional baggage for the main character. Moreover, Lenny served as a wild burst of energy, filling her scenes with enough added personality that you wouldn’t be blamed for watching her instead of David.

So when we were told she died — implanted in a wall after David and Syd switched bodies and Syd freaked out — we were heartbroken….until she came back. An imaginary friend may be out of place in other shows, but David’s many perceived versions of reality allow for such a character to exist in “Legion.” We’ll see more of Lenny in flashbacks, too, but having her pop up and talk to David in the present is a treat we’re glad not to be denied.

8. The Dance Scene!

Though the joyous, choreographed dance number only took place in David’s mind, that did little to lessen our love for it. Syd led the rest of the patients in a smiling, exuberant sequence set to the tune of Serge Gainsbourg’s “Pauvre Lola” but also to Syd repeating David’s name over and over again. Finally, he wakes up; submerged in a pool meant to entrap him while the government mines him for more answers (and data). It’s very much the opposite vibe of his mental happy place, and I doubt any audience members would’ve minded spending a few more minutes asleep so David could hold onto those good vibes.

9. The Escape

Like so many classic escape plans, it all started with planting a girl inside a memory. When asked where Syd was, David remembered being outside the mental hospital, looking for her. From there, people started following him until suddenly Syd appeared… in the back of a person’s head. Then the rest of her showed up, and she explained that she wasn’t really there. She was inserted into his memory to explain how he was supposed to escape. Such a confounding idea demanded she convey the information as bluntly as possible (she even explained it twice), and then… boom.

David slid out of his chair just before the pool room exploded above him, frying the guards and allowing Syd, Ptonomy (Jeremie Harris) and Kerry (Amber Midthunder) to get in and get him out. And from the second they walk out, it feels as though we’ve stepped out of a television drama and into a big budget Marvel movie. With guns firing and bad guys being tossed around without a hand touching them, David & Co. make their way down the side of the mountain in an ambitious, breathtaking long take. There might have been one masked cut right before an enemy grabbed David by the throat, but otherwise it’s a single shot all the way down.

The lack of cuts wasn’t just for show. It helped “Legion” stay grounded in reality, right when it could’ve drifted into into superhero heights. At the bottom of the mountain (after the one take ends), David demands to know if what he’s going through is real or imagined. After an hour-plus with “Legion,” we were wondering the same thing, and Hawley’s stylistic choice helps us believe just as Syd helps David. It’s a crowning moment of an episode filled with them. We can’t wait to see what comes next.

anonymous asked:

Hey! Can you do a Wally one when he accidentally runs into the future where he sees his girlfriend and him and they have a child together in the future

This was kinda fun to write~ Thank you for sending this request! Hope you enjoy it~

One would think that a speedster would be graceful almost all of the time but unfortunately for Wally, that was not the case for the moment he tripped over his own two feet, he had face-planted on the ground, leaving a trail of dust in his wake. He groaned as he rolled over, spitting out whatever went inside his mouth.
“What the heck.” Wally groaned once more as he sat up. He pulled off his goggles and ran a hand through his hair, making sure there were no dirt in them. When Wally was satisfied with the state of his hair, he finally looked up and his eyes widen in surprise.

“Whoa, man.” He quickly stood up and looked around the area. It was oddly familiar but at the same time, he could not recall where exactly he had seen the place.

Wally is about to put on his goggles when he heard laughter coming from the house not far from where he had broke through. A very familiar laughter - one that he is quite used to hearing and loving. A frown appeared on his face as the confusion sunk. He immediately sped up to the house, stopping not too far but not too close to be discovered immediately.

“She is going to be causing trouble left and right.” Wally knew that voice! He peeked from where he had been hiding and his suspicions were confirmed the moment he spied you. The frown on his face deepened when he realized that this was not the you he knew. He moved closer to get a better look.

You were taller but not by a lot. Your complexion looked really nice and there was an air around you that Wally could not put a finger around. But just from the smile and your voice, Wally knew it was you.

Wally was about to approach you when a little girl - how did he miss that! - waddled up to you, holding what presumably looks like a frog.

You let out a laugh instead as you take the frog from the little girl’s outstretched hand. “Thank you, darling.” You were having a hard time trying to hold on to the frog as it kept trying to escape but the smile you have on your face still managed to take his breath away.

“Mom, look! Whoa!” Another kid - this time a boy - tripped in his haste to walk to you. He pouted when whatever he had wanted to show you disappeared from his hand.

Though none of those things were important because Wally has just heard the little boy calling you “Mom”. He almost fell. He could not deny that his heart was beating rapidly though Wally was not sure if it was beating rapidly because of the possibility that you had married someone else (that’s not him but he does not even want to entertain those thoughts!!) and the possibility of the two of you getting together and having kids.

But his suspicions are once again confirmed when something flashed by and the little boy is no longer on the floor pouting but beside who Wally assumes is his sister (or were they twins?) and standing beside you is none other than… him!

Wally’s jaw almost dropped to the floor. “Does this mean I traveled to the future?” He whispered to himself and he stared at what’s unfolding in front of him.

“Hey, babe. Got you your favourite flowers.” The future him handed a bouquet of flowers to you and the smile you gave him made him feel jealous. Though it was a little bit silly for getting jealous over his future self.

“Thank you!” You pressed a kiss on his lips and Future Wally laughed before wrapping an arm around your waist.

“So what has my favourite people been up to, today?” Future Wally asked and Wally supposes you were feeling cheeky because you threw the frog you had still been holding to Future him which caused him to yelp. You laughed along with your kids.

“She gave me the frog, Wally.” You told him as you pulled your husband back to you. Wally laughed before shaking his head, reaching to ruffle the little girl’s hair.

“Stop daddy!” She whined as she pulled away from Future Wally’s hand. Future Wally gave the little girl a smile.

“We had a fun, calm day. How about you?” You turned to look at Future Wally.
Future Wally released his hold on your waist and lifted your son up.

“How about we go inside? It looks like it’s about to rain.” He said offhandedly before turning to look at his direction. “You too, Wally. We need to get you back to your time too.”

This time around, Wally did fall forward and he stared at his future self in shock. “Wha - how?”

Future him simply smiled. “I am you, after all.” Seeing the confused look on your face, he held your daughter’s hand. “Let’s go inside and I will explain everything.”

You nodded your head before walking over to where Wally currently sat dumbfounded. “I have always wondered if you ended up in the future when you showed up late to our movie date but I suppose this answered my question.” You laughed before helping him up. “Let’s go.”

Wally simply let you pull him around, still trying to wrap his head around everything. He feels giddy at the prospect that the two of you ended up getting married and even have kids. This just means that when he gets back to his own time, he should probably get the ring he had been eyeing.

Pop Tart Thief

My first Wally imagine? You betcha!
Also, sorry if you don’t like Pop Tarts. 
Feel free to change that to anything else hahaha

Title: Pop Tart Thief
Pairing: Wally West x reader
Summary: A roast session with Wally gets too real and Wally tries to make it up to you. Along the way, his feelings for you slip out
Word Count: 1,055
Warnings: Food mention

Your name: submit What is this?

            "And that’s how you do it,“ Wally gloats.

           Wally pulls off his cowl as he saunters into the Cortex, Barry close behind him. The older speedster pats him on the back, congratulating him on another successful trial. Wally had been improving steadily, and these training sessions have only boosted his progress.

           "Not bad, Kid Flash,” Barry teases. “Keep training and maybe you’ll get good.”

           Barry’s dig incites ooh’s from the rest of the team. Wally has a look of offense on his face as Barry just grins, proud of his own diss.

           "Is that a challenge?“ Wally retorts, arms crossed.

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anonymous asked:

wally grew up to be so good looking, like honestly if, not if WHEN, they will bring him back in s3 and put him in that rebirth suit, i'm gonna to die and so will artemis probs

God I know, right? None of us or Artemis are going to stand a chance

I mean look at that bod! (I sure hope the animation is better in s3 though because my god Wally suffered from some bad animation in particular. Like, you can still tell he’s SMOKIN hot but it could be even more delicious if animated more consistently and accurately)

ColdWestAllen/QuickWest AU: Stranger Things

Central Valley, Missouri, 1983.

When 12-year-old Lisa Snart mysteriously vanishes riding her bike home from a friend’s house, the search to find her and bring her home takes a turn no one expects in a quiet suburb like Central Valley.

Lisa’s sixteen-year-old brother, Leonard, is among the most doggedly determined to find his sister. With their father a drunken, abusive waste of space, Len is the only family Lisa has left that cares. But Len is an outsider at school with no friends but his camera, and progress is slow-going on his own.

Until Len finds an unlikely ally in Barry Allen when Barry’s childhood friend Eddie goes missing, too.

Barry is genuine, and warm-hearted, and his smile makes Len’s toes curl in his shoes. But Barry is also dating Iris West, the most popular girl at Central Valley High. If Barry is a flushing, stammering picture of innocence, then Iris is a wolf, confident and charming, lurking in the woods to lure Barry off the beaten path.

Not that Len doesn’t see the appeal. Iris is beautiful and cunning and has the power to make or break a man with the simple curl of her fuchsia-painted lips. You know, if you’re into that kind of thing.    

Except Iris thinks that Len is a creep – not entirely unfounded, Len will admit –which she isn’t shy about reminding Barry, or the entire student body for that matter.

Iris’ father, Sheriff West, is another person leading the charge to find Lisa. Unlike Len, West is looking for a body, not that he has the heart to tell his son, Wally, as much. Wally is one of Lisa’s closest friends, and quite possibly the last person to have seen her alive, along with the other members of their friend group, ray-of-sunshine Cisco Ramon, and the ever-pragmatic Linda Park. As long as Wally has hope though, West vows to keep looking, even as his investigation takes him deeper and deeper into dangerous waters.

But that’s still not good enough for Wally. Or for Cisco, or for Linda. The three friends set out to find Lisa themselves, which is how they end up alone in the middle of the woods where they find her.

The tattoo branded on her arm reads J-353.

Wally calls her Jesse. 

I just realized that the reason Nabu wanted Wally to be Doctor Fate so badly was because of his thing for order and control. Nabu released Kaldur easily because Kaldur’s magic wasn’t as potent Zatanna’s. He also had a key role in the team, so he was needed there, otherwise Nabu probably would have kept him. And while Wally had a strong (though declining) disbelief in magic, he had a brain that craved the same order that Nabu did. While a host with an affinity for magic would have been more desirable, Nabu saw the incredible potential Wally had. Nabu wouldn’t have wanted to keep Wally if he didn’t think he was good enough for the role. He was in Wally’s head while Wally was Fate, therefore he could see past the mask of jokes and denial to the brilliant and dominant mind beneath. Then later during the League’s meeting over which heroes should join, Nabu recommended Wally because he knew that inside Wally had the potential to be just as powerful as himself one day. So yeah, just some observations about how freaking incredible and super duper underrated Wally West is, and I have no idea how to react to this information so bye.        

Littlefoot the Dragon

Prompt: A one-shot where reader smuggles their pet into Mount Justice and accidentally scares the team with their pet and has to calm down both the team and their pet. by anon

“Wait, so you are telling me you brought me you brought your giant pet lizard to Mount Justice and lost it.” Wally said as he paced the room. This was not what he was expecting to hear when his best friend had pulled him aside to talk to him.

“Well, technically Littlefoot is a medium sized monitor lizard and I didn’t lose him. I just… don’t know what part of Mount Justice he is in.” Y/N explained. She had taken her pet out his enclosure so she could wash it and then the little guy had wandered off.

Wally was about to say something when they heard a bunch of screams. Wally quickly picked up Y/N and sped to the origin of the screaming. Littlefoot the lizard had found a home in the living room, basking in the heat from a nearby lamp.

“There you are!” Y/N cried out as she walked up to the reptile. She picked him up and cradled him close. “You really need to learn not to run off.” She turned to find the rest of her team looking at her with a mixture of shock and fear on their faces.

“This dragon belongs to you?” Wally asked incredulously. Even though she had said she owned a larger than what he would consider normal lizard, he still wasn’t expecting for it to be this big.

“He isn’t a dragon. He is a Savannah Monitor lizard, but yes, he is mine.” Y/N said. “His name is Littlefoot.”

“Y/N, there is not a part of that lizard that is ‘little’.” Robin said.

“When I first got him, he was tiny. And I love the Land Before Time movies.” Y/N said as she moved towards the door. The team watched as her and Littlefoot made their way back to the room that housed his enclosure.

“I’m still calling it a dragon.” Wally muttered.

Flashwave Week - Single Parents

Another one that should’ve been longer - but I still laughed while writing it, so there.

ao3 link


They meet online.

It‘s a forum for parents about dealing with picky eaters, tips about sneaking vegetables into food, training kids into trying new things.

Barry’s there –


Barry’s actually there for work. He’s a CSI, not a detective, but they think the serial killer who’s been stalking single parents has been going through this forum.

So Barry pretends that his brand new step-brother, Wally, was his kid, even though Wally is sixteen and way too old for this shit. He just uses his name, yanks a few pictures from the family album they were able to recover before Wally and Iris’ mom died, and ta-da! Perfect cover.

He’s not expecting to meet Mick.

Mick’s a single dad, dealing with a picky eater – “He wants boxed mac and cheese for every meal,” Mick tells him. “Every one. Even breakfast.” – and he’s funny. Smart. Charming.

He’s awesome.

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anonymous asked:

These episodes are eating my computer, because this one is also going in it tonight. I need an external hard drive.

Like, this episode was really good? Season 1 vibes, good.

- Iris got to express her emotions!

- Iris got to state her POV and how she feels (I cried, a lot!)

- Iris calling out Barry, saying that she’s still a journalist and has to do her job (and the fact that he does it in danger, but everyone thinks it’s okay).

- Iris’s iconic monologue about her being more than just a daughter, sister, or girl friend. Like, that whole scene was so A1! 

- Iris knowing her worth and being in control of her own narrative!

- Wally and Iris “brother-sister crime fighting duo!” 

- Barry saying he can’t lose Iris (same man, same)!

- Barry repeatedly reminding Iris she wasn’t gonna die, even if deep down she believes it!

- All Barry cared about in the episode is saving Iris!

- The hilarious conversation between Joe and Iris (that foreshadowing!)

- My boy Cisco got some shine, and learned new things about his powers!

- Barry kissing Iris’s hands like the queen she is!

- Barry reading her article FIVE times!

- Barry saying it’s just the beginning of Iris’s journalistic legacy! 

- Even jealous Caitlin? 

- Barry coming up with the idea that Wally is gonna save Iris!

I’m sure I missed a few points, but overall this episode was really great. Everyone got to shine, and the subplots were fleshed out really well. 


Kiss Art Challenge | 6 & 9 - Kiss on the lips(cute) & neck

Surprise kiss from the bf! (∗˘ ³˘)
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School Crush

Request: Can I request a oneshot about Dick’s school crush joining the young justice team and maybe one for Wally too???

I chose Wally.

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Wally knew who you were the moment you stepped you foot in the mount justice. He could always distinguish every single feature of your form, from the very shade of the color of your hair, to your lips even if your mask covered half your face.

He had to talk to you, maybe tell you that you were his crush until some years ago. And that maybe he still liked you. But how could he?
It was a little hard. He was always shy around around you and nevertheless you don’t just go up to a person and tell them “hi, I know who you are, and you were my school crush, and maybe I still like you!”

No. Wally had to keep his charms and flirty ways. As long as he was covered in the yellow suit at least.

At first, he noticed that you hated his puns. You even punched him once because you felt offended and Wally could understand. So he stopped the puns.

Then again, you didn’t want his flowers either. He’d always bring you a flower, a rose, everyday. You’d always refuse to take them, being polite this time. You weren’t stupid. You knew he must have been crushing on you and you appreciated that, but you didn’t have time for games.
Wally though didn’t understand why you didn’t like the flowers. Every girl felt charmed, wanted, and blushed when he’d give them one but you? You were different. You weren’t similar to anyone. You couldn’t be called a spitfire neither a rebel. You were you. And Wally felt himself falling hard. Harder than he should have.

He knew of course, rejection would crush him. But he didn’t want to waste a second thinking that there was a chance you’d say yes. He had to be bold. He had to be simple.

“I need to tell you something” he said and you felt as if every bad thing you’d done in your whole life passed before you. Soon, you were hidden in a dark corner and Wally felt his courage disappear. He felt so foolish he brought you here and now his insecurities ate him. You were going to reject him.

But you didn’t.

You couldn’t deny the attraction between you and Wally yourself. Nobody could actually. You knew him of course since high school and he was the one who inspired you to join this hellish team. He did good and so you wanted to. You didn’t want him to go away from that dark corner, it’d be your only chance to show him you weren’t a bitch; that you had regretted for acting so horrid to him at the beginning.

Your body acted before your brain and it was only a second after that you felt your lips on his. Both sets were chapped; the cold was unbearable these days, but they seemed to fit one another like gloves do to hands. Your hands, covered in your finger-free gloves tangled around his head, and your fingers run his foxy red hair. They were so soft, softer that yours and touching them made Wally moan, which you enjoyed.

Yet, no words were spoken until the two of you pulled back, taking your masks off in the process.

“You knew tight?” You asked in a sad tone, hoping that he wasn’t disappointed that it was you who just kissed him. Wally nodded, his eyes almost asking you the same thing. And you gave the same response. It didn’t matter for how long. Just that you could finally have eachother, which was such a relief. Neither of you would have to hold back their feelings anymore.