"Did Cyberlife really program an android to be such a raging asshole?" Hank shakes his head in disbelief as he swipes his keys out of their dish.
Connor bites back a smirk as he joins him at the front door. "I believe I developed that after I met you."
"Too bad they forgot to give you a good sense of humor with that attitude," Hank mutters as he locks the door behind them. Somehow, he manages a shiver even under his thousand layers.
"Maybe I can get one of those when I find a better taste in humans."
One revolution and one year later, Connor and Hank's first real Christmas together.
A story of love and fear told through notes and letters found strewn around the Castle. Post-S7.
Takes place after te sueño y te quiero tanto, though it's not necessary to read.
Rating is subject to change.
- Part 2 of como un barco en las olas
Fandoms: Voltron: Legendary Defender
15 Sep 2018
Thirsty Hoe: listen here u annoying patch of sticker residue
Edgelord: what u expired gallon of milk?
Thirsty Hoe: bet
Edgelord: meet me in the fucking pit
Hunkalunk: wow you could cut the sexual tension with a KNIFE
Thirsty Hoe: jshdgjdkfk hUNK
Edgelord: our tension is purely fueled by spite!
Thirsty Hoe: YEAH! no sexual undertones here!!!
Ronnie: well im convinced
Thirsty Hoe: go away you troublesome lesbian
- Part 1 of como un barco en las olas
24 Dec 2015
“They’ve noticed a change in me – Abigail even caught me right after a night terror and told me I should stop.”
“Then why don’t you?”
“It’s not that simple.”
“It could be.”
“Shouldn’t you be encouraging me to keep at it? That’s what Jack would want you to do,” Will mutters, dragging his teeth over his bottom lip.
“Jack would chain you up in the offices of the BAU if he thought it would help people, Will. But it isn’t my job to help Jack help people, it’s my job to help you.”
Will Graham’s new neighbor is enthralling, mysterious, and shockingly eloquent. Too bad he’s also a psychiatrist.
“One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.”
― Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums
A story of love - both romantic and familial - told through a series of texts, letters, and lost notes in page margins.
[DISCONTINUED because the show turned into garbage, don't @ me]
There's a river in Louisiana where a god used to live. It never harmed the swimmers there, and never possessed the drowning; people thought it was polite, as local gods go.
Only, when Will Graham fell into the river, twenty years ago, he didn't come back out alone.
So here's Will, with an empathy disorder, an affinity for serial killers, and a god riding on his back, desperately trying to keep his head above water. The FBI needs Will functional, and for that, Will needs some outside help.
Enter Dr. Lecter...
(Or: a magical realism AU set in season 1.)
It’s practically a family reunion, Bedelia muses to herself, as her head lolls to the side, compliments of Hannibal’s disco pharmacologist.
Will's having trouble remaining still while Hannibal draws him, so Hannibal distracts him with a visit to their joint memory palace.
After the attack by Dolarhyde, Will comes to terms with the damage done to his nerves, reconciling what's inside with what's without.
05 Aug 2017
Hannibal looks out over the world beyond the edge of the battlefield and sees the all its potential for horrible, inelegant beauty. Lucifer speaks of humanity as a mistake, and it’s true--Hannibal can see how it will all play out. He will not Fall, nor will he be cast out. The choice to descend from heaven is his own, not made out of hatred of humanity, but fascination.
A Good Omens fusion featuring the angel Will and the demon Hannibal, detailing their friendship from Lucifer's Fall to the birth of the antichrist.
Bookmarked by DemiGuyKai
21 Oct 2019