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Out Of Sight Part Two - Auston Matthews

Originally posted by matthewsdangles34


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Word Count: 1160

Warnings: I think one curse word?

Part One / Part Two


 Luckily, Willy lived in the same building as you, only a couple floors down. You knocked on the door and waited a couple seconds. You’re looking down, playing with your hands. Tears still falling but your arm muscles are tired from reaching up to stop them. There’s a strange feeling in your mind. It’s blank. Not being able to create a thought.

The door swings open taking you by surprise. A gust of wind blowing your hair over your shoulders. You jump back a slight bit. A flash moving by your vision and immediately you feel a body wrap around you, a hard chest at your face. Fresh air replaced with a smokey cologne.

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clydeandjanie  asked:

♥ and the barnetts

♥ - family headcanon

Hyde wasn’t sure about meeting the rest of the family.

It costed Angie to convince him to going to some reunion they were having at their house in Kenosha. He thought it would be awkward, as if meeting WB hadn’t been awkward at first. He’s just too different, he figured it would be a burden to WB to explain why to everyone, to what Angie answered saying he was just making up excuses.

Once Jackie started to pester him into going to said reunion too, he finally gave up and prepared himself for one hell of an afternoon with Jackie trying to impress people he actually doesn’t give a fuck about and who probably doesn’t give a fuck about him either.

He first met his grandmother, Izzy, who was incredibly excited about having another grandchildren. Her excitment was genuine and she told him how she had wanted to meet him ever since WB told him about his existense.

She pulled him around, introducing him to everyone as her grandchildren and giving zero explanation about his whitepassing situation. It surprised him how well most of the people he met took it, and he discovered later that WB had put on a number months ago about how he was going to slowly kill anyone who dare look bad his way when they met him.

He would never admit it, but it stole a smile from him.

Nowdays, he has a good relationship with most his cousins. He hangs out a lot with Angie, his cousin Tom and his brother Will. He also has an amazing relationship with his granmother.

Jackie insist that this is how good karma works. That he had a shitty childhood and still managed to be a good man, so life compensate him with a good family on his adult life.

He may agree with that.

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Zenmasters AU Week, Day 6 – Role Reversal AU: If You Jump, I Jump. Part I (part II).

As a kid, Hyde was taken by his biological father, William Barnett, from his abusive mother’s hands and raised as WB’s son and successor. He never got to keep his friendship with Eric, Kelso and Donna, and he never had to suffer Edna ever again. But growing up as white passing and the bastard son of a very rich and successful man isn’t easy at all, it only makes him as insecure, scared and angry as we knew him. This time, though, he also grow up in a healthy home with a loving family, and good education.

Jack Burkhart never married Pam, she got pregnant and had Jackie on her own, mostly to keep Jack’s affection and money near her, giving Jackie a middle class yet materialistic and shallow life, so the girl got to grow up as we knew her too but knowing the effort it takes to have something. She also got to grow up near Donna and gain the basement’s gang friendship.

Thanks to Buddy Morgan’s sudden friendship with Eric, Hyde gets to see his old friend at a party in the Morgans’ property and slowly, he gets to win his place at the basement again, always having the worst yet most fun ideas to pass the time and Jackie’s mother attention thanks to his name and money. 

When Hyde gets himself expelled from his private high school and is sent to Point Place’s High, that little attraction between him and Jackie grows until they start spending more time together, and he realizes he may have a little crush in the middle class girl who claims to hate his kind thanks to her mother’s ways.