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“I’m sorry,” he says finally. “But this is the most awful piece of clothing I’ve ever seen.”
When Adrien discovers that not only is Ladybug the illustrious Hero of Paris but ALSO his incredibly talented and popular classmate Marinette Dupain-Cheng, he is overcome with crippling shyness. Unable to so much as talk to Marinette, Adrien struggles to get through the school day and fight fast-increasing self-doubt.
A task made no easier by Marinette herself who has suddenly started acting weird.
Er… weirder than usual, that is.
In which secret identities continue to make a mess of everything, Tikki is beyond exasperated, and our favorite dorks might just become a little less oblivious.
It's Sunday in St. Petersburg, so Yuuri can finally sleep in. Victor, being the early riser that he is, prepares a surprise for him. Extremely fluffy, set after episode 12.
“...when I turned, they were dragging you away.”
“You did a good job of looking surprised. I almost believed you were trying to save me,” said Crowley.
“I was actually trying to,” murmured Aziraphale.
After saving the world and themselves, Aziraphale and Crowley are walking in St. James's Park. Watching each other's kidnapping is taking its toll, but Aziraphale has a few ideas about how to chase away the bad memories.
“Wh-what? What is the meaning of this?” Iori’s voice is hitched up a few octaves, eyes flitting rapidly between his boyfriends’ accessories.
“What is the meaning of what?” Tenn asks innocently, raising a hand and batting it like a paw. “I thought you knew that Tamaki and I are cats?” A smirk forms as he adds, “I’m your Tenten-chan.”
Stephanie’s almost caught up in the novelty of being Robin--of being a boy, too--that she almost forgets how much of a creep Bruce is.
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01 Feb 2020
“Well, it seems a bit funny…” Shinsou’s drawling voice trailed off, becoming slightly sharper by the word, “...that the three students with the most villainous quirks were set up for this.”
Tokoyami jerked upright. “You do not mean that-.”
“Oh he means it,” Bakugou growled out with narrowed eyes, “ pencil-ass set us up to play his goddamn villains because we’re good at it.”
Aizawa assigned Tokoyami, Bakugou, and Shinsou to play as the villains in the end year exam against the rest of the class.
Aizawa accounted for Bakugou's rage, Shinsou's asshole tendencies, and Tokoyami's self-esteem.
Aizawa did not account for the pure, unholy wrath, of three very petty teenagers who like to make a point.
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30 Jan 2021