world's best captain


Marks and Rec: Misc #380

(Captain Brofist, he’s our hero! :D I picked out the planeteers from the characters in Legend of the Brofist. Seemed appropriate, haha.) (Dialogue from Captain Planet.)


Happy Birthday Xavi Hernández

Xavi is eternal. Even when he is not at his very best level physically, he plays a kind of football that gives oxygen to a team, play, speed. He’ll always have that level. He is football. He is one of those players that has made Barcelona what it is today. Xavi Hernandez is the defender of the values of the greatest Barcelona team in history. He is the personification of a model based on effort and a commitment to touch and technique, that exquisite eye that Barcelona projected around the world. One of the big mistakes people make is to talk about who can be the next Xavi, to keep looking for him. We waste time constantly looking for the replacement for Xavi? There will never be another Xavi +


Okay, this is the world’s best Captain Swan fanvid!  I have been begging every fanvid maker I know to do a vid to this song.  LISTEN TO THE LYRICS!  If this song was not written for Killian to sing to Emma, I don’t what is!  

Credit: Mary Frances Gualandri

Credit: “Close Your Eyes” – Michael Buble

Lafayette is the world’s best cheer captain- they’re always the most enthusiastic when the Eagles play games against the infamous Redcoats. Also I’ve decided to hop on the nonbinary Lafayette train, because why not?

Can we please talk about how all the moral soliloquizing in the world couldn’t get Steve to even consider changing his mind about the Accords, but the second Tony said signing would mean keeping Bucky safe, Steve actually picked up a pen??

Separate Lives, Ch 19 (19/?)

Ch1 /Ch2 /Ch3 /Ch4 /Ch5 /Ch6 /Ch7 /Ch8 /Ch9 /Ch10 /Ch11 /Ch12 /Ch13 /Ch14/Ch15/Ch16 /Ch17 /Ch18

Fic tag: It will also include notes on the fic and music and lyrics inspiration :)

Read it also on Ao3 or FF

Summary: Set after 3x20 “Kansas”. After saving the town one more time, Emma decided to return to New York, leaving her past behind. Three years later, she realizes that might be not have been the best decision.

I want to thank jessbecauseiam for reviewing this and laschatzi for encouraging me to write this idea!

Chapter 19 – The Great Escape

You don’t know if it’s fear or desire
Danger the drug that takes you higher
Head in heaven, fingers in the mire

Her heart is racing, you can’t keep up
The night is bleeding like a cut
Between the horses of love and lust
We are trampled underfoot
So cruel, U2

Killian noticed something wrong with his apartment door the moment he walked into his corridor. Someone had picked his lock.  He reached for the door and in a swift motion opened it, reaching immediately for his gun behind his waist and entering his apartment.

He almost chocked at the sight of Emma standing in the middle of his living room.

“What the bloody hell, Swan!?!  I could have shot you!” He shouted in absolute rage as he lowered his gun and put in on a side table.

“So… how was your date?” She asked nonchalantly.

My date? You broke into my apartment to ask about my date?” He couldn’t believe what he was hearing. He took a few deep breaths to calm down.

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Conversations with Dead People (1/9)

Emma Swan, former cop turned private investigator, doesn’t like getting involved - not with cases and definitely not with people. As a shady enterprise on the unfinished business - or conversations - of the dead begins to have dangerous consequences, she might be challenged on both counts.  

Read on AO3 or FF.Net.

Being a private detective is really one of the best gigs on the planet.

In a city like Storybrooke, anyway, where what used to be an idyllic small town has transformed in the last decade into one of the most profitable and expanding places in the nation, let alone Maine. Business is booming.

Especially for Emma Swan.

There’s something about cash flow that makes the people in this town willing to do what they ordinarily wouldn’t - like cheat on their husbands and skip bail. This applies to the people that profit off of Storybrooke’s newfound success, anyway. The people that don’t… well.  The exacerbated class differences make the other side of town - where she works, private detectives need cheap real estate - that much more of a hot spot for the less glamorous crimes. Those aren’t as good for business.

Most of her cases are taken over the phone or online because of that. It’s one thing to get their hands dirty hiring her in the first place, it’s another to step foot in her side of town. She doesn’t complain, of course. The less Emma has to interact with people, she’s found, the better. They ask her to catch a cheating husband, she snaps a few pictures, and rent is paid for the month. Some guy skips out on a bail and her electricity bill is taken care of.

Most of the bail jumpers she’s able to take care of using the tried and true online dating method. Emma gets herself matched to her perp, they meet, and she drags him off to the station.

(Tinder really lasted longer than most people thought it would, funnily enough.)

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