Dex had known this was going to be a disaster going into it.
It was the last Kegster before midterms and everyone was drinking like it was the end of the world, trying to get as shitfaced as possible in preparation for the next two weeks of all-nighters. Jello shots were demolished, red solo cups littered the floor, and tub juice flowed freely through the Haus. Everyone was buzzed, and even though Dex didn’t normally like to drink too much at parties, he was steadily approaching “tipsy.”
That was the first mistake. The second was letting Nursey rope him into a game of Spin the Bottle.
He’d always sucked at games of chance, and now he was going to have to kiss Nursey, who would probably never let him live it down.
“I regret this party, I regret this friendship, and I regret this,” Dex scowled.
“Yeah, but you’re going to have to kiss me anyways. Suck it up, Poindexter.”
“You suck it up.”
Nursey rolled his eyes, “Jesus Christ, why does everything have to be an ordeal with you?”
Dex could feel the nervous tension in his stomach build, souring the shots he’d let Holster talk him into taking. “Well, why did you force me into playing thi-”
Nursey’s mouth was enough to get Dex from feeling like he was flustered-tipsy to feeling like he was devastatingly-drunk. He couldn’t even care that Nursey had interrupted him, as long as they stayed exactly where they were and Nursey was pressed warm and soft and insistent and-
Okay, He was pretty sure that was a wolf-whistle.
He broke them apart. Nursey rolled with it good-naturedly, but his hand didn’t move from Dex’s back.
“You kiss like a fucking exhibitionist,” Dex said, listing into Nursey’s side against his will.
“Yeah?” Nursey said, spinning the bottle, then turning to face Dex. “Well you kiss like you liked it.”
Dex snorted, leaning away from Nursey. “You wish.”
“Chill, dude.” Nursey said as the bottle slowed to a stop in front of a brunette. He smiled like the cat that caught the canary when she started making her way across their group’s loose, lopsided circle towards him.
Dex got up to fill his drink. If he didn’t come back to the game, that had nothing to do with how much he didn’t want to see Nursey kissing other people.
i know that jacobs screwed us with s3 because the storylines were inaccurate and the show’s quality dropped a lot but i genuinely believe that he was going to fix all of it in s4 HAD HE BEEN GIVEN THE CHANCE and that’s why he made gm goodbye kinda focus on the bmw characters because he probably thought he would have a whole new season to fix gmw and now we’re just left with loose ends and a shitty series finale and i’m so sad about it
“I FUCKING LOVE MALAVAI QUINN AND HERE’S WHY!!!” #2
Not only does he swoop in to save the day in absolutely glorious fashion, the otherwise quiet and collected officer also delivers one of the most savage putdowns of the entire game, displaying unfathomable and hitherto unknown levels of snark, while staying so fucking classy. Who knew he had it in him?! His gloating, as cold as it is gleeful, is utterly brutal - and so, so delicious.
Bonus points for the look on his face, as he effortlessly crushes the last, faint sliver of hope
for the already humiliated Jedi in front of him. It’s simply delectably devious.
This. This is it. This is the moment I fell in love.
reached a HUGE amount of followers! I still can’t believe it!! Thank u all so much for following and reblogging/liking
the posts on my blog! I created
this blog back in June 2015 as a side blog (I follow from my main blog: d-agust) and i never
though that i would reach 10.000followers. I don’t make any gifs or high
quality posts so i have literally no idea why you guys are following me lmao. No
but seriously im so thankful for it!!
my shitty gif, i have no experience of whatsoever when it comes to gifs lmao)
to the amazing, talented boys from Got7
for making me create this blog. Especially Mark ♡
some of the blogs that I love seeing on my dashboard. Got7 related & non Got7
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In the dog world (especially the purebred dog world) these days we often hear the word “pet” said with a negative connotation. “Oh he’s just a PET puppy” “Pet people drive me crazy!”. I’ve had people ask me on numerous occasions why this is, so I figured why not make a post about it? (And I went to a dog show all weekend and had to listen to people say “ugh looks pet quality to me” or “pet people just don’t have a clue” - it gets to me.)
I’ll start with what I think of pet people: I believe the right pet owner is absolutely invaluable to a breeder. Truly there is nothing better than a good pet home for one of your puppies. Not every dog is cut out to be a Champion Show Dog, or a World Qualifying canine athlete. But what makes a good pet home vs a bad pet home?
The Good- Is prepared to have a dog and understands all of the care and training a dog requires. Picks the best suited for their lifestyle - Do they have time for a puppy ? Or would they prefer and older housebroken puppy or even an adult dog? They will spend a ton of time researching breeds and talking to breeders. (Or looking into a responsible rescue nearby). Are prepared to meet the emotional, physical, and mental needs of the dog- spending time with the dog daily, feeding a high quality diet, exercising the dog regularly, training and keeping the dog occupied to prevent bad habits.
The Bad- Not prepared for a dog. Thinks dogs require minimal to no training and will just behave on its own. Doesn’t research breeds - just picks a pup at random from a shelter or picks a purebred on looks alone. Is not prepared to meet the dogs basic needs- works long hours, doesn’t want to deal with unwanted behaviors, minimal training. I find many “bad” pet people don’t research food and just buy whatever is cheapest.
We’ve all seen that family that brings home a lab puppy because it’s a “great family dog” and “the kids will love it”. But it quickly becomes apparent that they had no idea that a lab is a high energy breed. They thought their puppy should be a couch potato and not a tornado with teeth. It happens all the time and unfortunately it’s giving all pet people and pet dogs a bad name. I
Through my breeder I know some wonderful pet people. They take their Aussies hiking multiple times a week, they are wonderfully trained and the people understand the breed. They may even dabble in a dog sport which is great!
But at work I see people who wonder why their GSD is leash reactive and fearful. They think because she’s in daycare she should be socialized. I have a client with an Icelandic Sheepdog. She’s wondering why the dog tries to chase cars and barks nonstop- but admits she leaves the dog in a kennel by the road for hours on end by herself. Seems baffled that a herding breed that is known to be vocal reacts this way.
This is what gives all pet people a bad rep. I personally feel that a lot of people just shouldn’t have dogs. If you’re rarely home, unable to exercise a dog or give it any sort of training- why should you have a dog? What’s stopping you from really researching a breed? Look into a lab, you’ll quickly find that they require a lot of physical and mental stimulation. Maybe a Lhasa Apso or a Shih Tzu is a better fit for someone who just wants a dog to hang out and cuddle. But guess what? Little dogs need exercise and training too! That’s another HUGE problem with people- thinking their little dog is content to sit home and do nothing and needs no training.
Honestly I could go on forever on this topic so I’ll wrap it up before I make myself crazy.
Personally I prefer Performance type dogs. I love that high energy that needs structured physical activity several times a week. I like a challenge. But I understand that isn’t the lifestyle for everyone. You will never ever hear me say the word “pet” like it’s a dirty word and something to look down on. It’s an insult to all of the great pet people out there. You simply cannot lump all pet people into one category. And my dogs are pets too. Sure they may be athletes by day but at night when they’re tired we still snuggle on the couch and watch Netflix. They aren’t somehow better, they aren’t made of gold. I really think it’s time people got off their high horse and stop putting themselves on a pedestal for having a “sport” or “show dog”. Anyone who is putting time and effort into their dogs is deserving of praise. Encourage others to do more with their dogs instead of patting yourself on the back for being better.
Sorry for the rant dogblr, you are all wonderful and encouraging to everyone. I just need to get these thoughts out there after everything I’ve dealt with this weekend.
ok but that even if this was the real episode and even if you ignore johnlock this was just not good . I dont get why anyone can find this episode the best yet or a great ending to a great show, if this was the second ep of three i would be ok but no. This just didnt feel right and i feel so sad because people are saying tjlcers only hate becasue they didnt get what they wanted. all we wanted was some sort of explicit confirmation and a good ep. but no. it is what it is and what it is is shit :(
Hi Lovely <3
You and a tonne of other people feel like this episode is really shitty quality from an Emmy-award winning team of actors, directors and crew. It just doesn’t make sense at all to the narrative that they had built up in the previous 12 episodes and leaves us a LOT of plot holes and unanswered questions. This is all a lot of the reason that many of us feel like the episode was fake. Whether or not you believe this was done intentionally or if Mofftiss really do believe this is a fantastic piece of work, I think we can all agree that there’s something really suspicious about the whole thing and why they haven’t address any of the comments and critiques from both fans and media alike with anything other than blocking or brush offs. It’s just all really weird, in my opinion.