zig zag road

anonymous asked:

Could I please request a scenario of the captains going on a road trip, and reader is the captain of one of the girls volleyball teams so she tags along except there aren't enough seats so she has to sit on Kuroos lap? I hope that makes sense 😅 I love your writing and hope you have a good day!!

A car drives towards your house and you excitedly bring your bag downstairs.

Daichi asked if you wanted to join him and a few friends to go on a road trip.

Being on the girls’ volleyball team at Karasuno made you and Daichi pretty close.

“Hi _____!” Bokuto, who sat in the front seat says waving over to you.

“Hi  Bokuto!” You smile and sling your bag over your shoulder.

Daichi goes over to you and helps you put your bag in the trunk.

“Yeah um, Daishou brought quite a lot of stuff so it’s pretty tight inside.”

You nod and open the rear door.

“Hello there,” Kuroo says smirking.

“Hi, Tetsuro. Got any room in there?” You ask. The whole back row of the car fit only three people. That’s where Daichi, Daishou, and Kuroo.

He tries to scoot over but, no luck.

“How about you just sit on his lap?” Daishou says smirking at the bedhead.

Kuroo’s face turns pink and looks away from you.

“I guess that’s the only way I’ll fit.” You say. You sit on Kuroo’s lap and close the door. Wakatoshi started up the engine and started to drive.

“This is all your fault Daishou. We would be able to fit comfortably if you hadn’t brought so much stuff.” Daichi says rolling his eyes.

“It’s not my fault!”

“Who would need a bloody tent?!” Daichi says arguing with Suguru.

You pay them no mind and notice Kuroo’s hands clenching on his sides.

You turn to look at him, face slightly pink. “Are you alright?”

He nods quickly and smiles at you. “More than alright really.”

You hit his chest lightly and he chuckles.

“It seems like there would be a zig-zag road ahead,” Ushijima says glancing at the rear view mirror.

“You guys better hold on tight! Especially you _____!”

A blush creeps onto your cheeks and you hold on to the head part of Bokuto’s seat.

“May I?” The Nekoma captain asks, his hands hovering over your waist. You nod and avoid meeting his eyes.

He wraps his arms around your waist and buries his face in your hair, smelling the sweet smell of your shampoo.

“Lucky bastard…” you hear Bokuto say, a laugh escaping his lips.

Once the zig-zag road was finished, Kuroo’s arms were still wrapped around your waist.

“Oi, Kuroo! You don’t have to hold on to her!” Daishou says rolling his eyes.

Kuroo smirks at him. “Jealous, are we?”

Suguru’s eyes turn into slits as he glares at Kuroo, a laugh escaping your lips.

“Bumpy road ahead!” Bokuto screams.

Kuroo’s face pales.

This was gonna be a long trip.

She has no throne. Girls without thrones should not have knights, but hers won’t go. Princess Zelda – the girl who killed Calamity – would love to fade into legend, but Link’s bought a house, he’s fighting off monsters, and he’s selling giant horses to strangely familiar Gerudo men. She’ll never have any peace now. (ao3)  

(chapter one) (chapter two) (chapter three)

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               Leg muscles ache —— pedaling faster   /   FASTER !! Laughter shakes as he rides through each  b u m p  of the gravel road. Silver, his TRUSTED steed, card placed long the wheel roaring like a MOTORCYCLE ( sort of, if one didn’t listen to closely ). “C’mon Bev !! I thought this w-wa-was supposed to be a RACE ?!  Hands grip the handlebar, boy becoming  b r a v e  as he zig-zags across the road, peering over his shoulder at her. A-At t-th-th-this point I’ll be an OLD MAN b-by the time y-yuh-you  C A T C H   U P   !! @fearlacking  //  LIKED

Surprise, Bitch (Daryl Dixon x Reader)

A/N: I want to apologise for the title but I just found it so funny. Sorry for my sucky sense of humour, omg. Hope you enjoy and that it’s fluffy enough! ^w^ I wanted to add more romance but I couldn’t really fit it in. Also, sorry if you don’t like swearing. There is a total of one curse word in this, at the very end. |D;;

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A couple of months back I was staying with Josh and his excellent partner Linz down in Hobart while I was doing a block of work in Tas.

Their house has been a castle of positivity and love for years now, first as a home-away-from-home to work on a record label I used to run with Josh’s brother Mischa over ten years ago, and then again as a place to recharge while I worked on projects away from home. It’s a been a pretty inspiring place to be over the years.

Josh was deep in the machinations of making a tattoo flash zine for a zine fair, and we got around to talking about zines. Stupidly I mentioned I’d always wanted to make one, and Josh made me promise to make a zine in a bit over a week, or he’d fine me 50 bucks. Nothing like threats and blackmail to motivate.

By the way, Zig Zag Road is the road Jimmy grew up on in Sulphur Creek, NW Tasmania, and Jimmy is the fella in most of these pictures.

These pictures were shot over the course of a few cycle tours with Jimmy - in Central / Eastern Europe, on the Great Ocean Road, and in the Alps somewhere between Wangaratta and Bairnsdale.

Everything in here was shot on film - mostly on Olympus XA and Holga, and mostly on Kodak Portra. The XA and the Holga are great because they’re both easy cameras to shove into a handlebar bag without having to worry too much about the cameras being damaged from being bounced around.

The zines were office printed using colour printer that was definitely not colour / density accurate, but it was definitely free.

Numbered edition of 25, hand-delivered / mailed via Australia Post to a few friends whose work I respect and draw inspiration from.

I kept this off the internet until now because, well, it’s nice to make things sometimes that are just for you.