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bthny:

unlikeableprotagonist:

5000letters:

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Jenny Holzer

My arrogance knows no bounds and I will make no peace today, and you should be so lucky to find a woman like me 

My arrogance knows no boundsAnd I will make no peace todayAnd you shall be so luckyTo find a woman like me
Today neither will the East claim menor the West admit meToday my belly is a wellwherein serpents are coiledready to poison the world,and you should be so lucky.
All I have is my arrogamceI will teach it to lean backand smoke a cigarette in your faces,and you should be so lucky
No I will make no peaceeven though my hands are emptyI will talk as big as I pleaseI will be all or nothingAnd I will jump before the heavy trucksAnd I will saw off my leg at the thighbefore I bend one womanly knee
I am poisonAnd you will drink meAnd you should be so lucky.
Ishtar Awakens in Chicago by Moja Khaf

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bthny:

unlikeableprotagonist:

5000letters:

bible-jpg:

Jenny Holzer

My arrogance knows no bounds and I will make no peace today, and you should be so lucky to find a woman like me 

My arrogance knows no bounds
And I will make no peace today
And you shall be so lucky
To find a woman like me

Today neither will the East claim me
nor the West admit me
Today my belly is a well
wherein serpents are coiled
ready to poison the world,
and you should be so lucky.

All I have is my arrogamce
I will teach it to lean back
and smoke a cigarette in your faces,
and you should be so lucky

No I will make no peace
even though my hands are empty
I will talk as big as I please
I will be all or nothing
And I will jump before the heavy trucks
And I will saw off my leg at the thigh
before I bend one womanly knee

I am poison
And you will drink me
And you should be so lucky.

Ishtar Awakens in Chicago by Moja Khaf

will always reblog

the heart wants what the heart wantsa darcy/bucky ‘walk in the clouds’ AU
James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes has never been able to resist rescuing a damsel in distress.  When fate offers him the chance to act as a savior in the form of a fake husband, he eagerly offers to do so to the young woman he met on the bus.  He agrees to go home with her, meet the family, stay for the evening, and then leave in the morning - salvaging her reputation by ruining his own.
What he does not expect, however, is to take a walk in the clouds.
Dorotea Luisa “Darcy” Stark is in trouble - the kind of trouble her very traditional father will kill her for.  She has to go home for the grape harvest, but it may be the last time she is welcome there.  When she meets a handsome soldier on the bus ride home (under less than flattering circumstances), she finds a temporary solution to her long term problem in the form of a fake marriage sealed with chocolate.  
Familial bonds are tested and grapes are harvested as Bucky and Darcy fall in love.  But can their love withstand tragedy?
We shall have to wait for the clouds to pass, and see.

the heart wants what the heart wants
a darcy/bucky ‘walk in the clouds’ AU

James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes has never been able to resist rescuing a damsel in distress.  When fate offers him the chance to act as a savior in the form of a fake husband, he eagerly offers to do so to the young woman he met on the bus.  He agrees to go home with her, meet the family, stay for the evening, and then leave in the morning - salvaging her reputation by ruining his own.

What he does not expect, however, is to take a walk in the clouds.

Dorotea Luisa “Darcy” Stark is in trouble - the kind of trouble her very traditional father will kill her for.  She has to go home for the grape harvest, but it may be the last time she is welcome there.  When she meets a handsome soldier on the bus ride home (under less than flattering circumstances), she finds a temporary solution to her long term problem in the form of a fake marriage sealed with chocolate.  

Familial bonds are tested and grapes are harvested as Bucky and Darcy fall in love.  But can their love withstand tragedy?

We shall have to wait for the clouds to pass, and see.

twistedingenue

walkstherain:

Janet Van Dyne as the modern celebritante; heiress and star of her own reality show. She even has her own clothing line. So after the attack on New York superheroes were supertrendy, so she decided to get some superpowers.

One of the show’s PAs digs up a failed grant proposal from a Dr Henry Pym and the entire show crew descends on his tiny postdoc office, Janet at the lead. She offers to sponsor his research into size-changing-thingy, and he goes off on a huge speech about how it’s so much more than that, and talks about the entymological research possibilities, and this prototype device for communicating with ants he’s got plans for somewhere.

It all makes for horribly boring TV until Janet flips over the sketch pad she’d been working on while Hank rambled, saying 1) no ants for her, thank you and 2) she was thinking something more like this. Hank stares at the sketch pad and says wings? And Janet says yes, duh, can’t walk everywhere when you’re tiny. And the things coming out of her fists, Hank asks. “Energy bolts! Pew-pew-pew,” Janet replies, making little. punching motions.

And this begins a huge argument that the director and cameraman can see will make for awesome TV, especially when Hank storms out of the office, then storms back in, and tries to throw them out.

In the end, Janet wins, and Hank agrees to provide her with superpowers with wings AND energy blasts if she’ll fund him.

And the next few weeks require a lot of editing, as a lot of it is Janet lurking around Hank’s lab while he stares into screens and microscopes. Though there is the occasional revival of the original argument when Hank runs into an obstacle with the wings and tries to use that as an excuse to ditch the idea, or when Janet shows Hank the outfit she designed for his bug research (“Spandex?” “Spandex!”).

And eventually the big day comes, and the Janet steps into the treatment chamber after finishing her last course of DNA-rewriting boosters, and boom! It works. They work! The director is overjoyed to finally escape the same damn setting (all the interesting shots are taken), and Hank is just sitting dumbstruck with a smile on his face as Janet laughs and flies around the room.

Then AIM bursts through the wall, tosses a flashbang, and kidnaps Hank, because they’d been watching the show too. Superpower-granting scientists are in demand.

When they come to, the director has two regrets. One is that most of what Janet said before flying after AIM will have to be cut for language. The girl has a mouth. Second, and most painful, is that the miniature wristmounted camera he’d blown a big chunk of the budget on is still in its case.

Then he yells at the audio engineer about what the range is on Dr Pym’s wireless mike, and can they find out which way it went.

batsonthebrain

Send me a pairing and a line of dialogue and I’ll write you something angsty-ish

distractedpainter:

  • "I just really need to have you here right now."
  • "Didn’t you see what I did?!"
  • "Oh fuck, oh FUCK."
  • "Please come get me."
  • "Where are you?!"
  • "I’m coming, just sit tight!"
  • "Look at me - just breathe, okay?"
  • "I can’t breathe!"
  • "You don’t have to stay."
  • "It’s all my fault."
  • "It’s all YOUR fault!"
  • "Don’t fucking touch me."
  • "Please I just… really need space right now."
  • "I’m right here. I’m not going anywhere."
  • "I’m gonna be sick."
  • "Ever wonder if the world would be better off without you… ?"
  • "I’m sick of being USELESS."
  • "You’re not useless."
  • "Shit, are you bleeding?!"
  • "Please, put it DOWN."
  • "Shh, c’mere…"
  • "It’s okay to cry…"
  • "Don’t listen to them. Don’t you EVER listen to them."
  • "I’m not cut out for this."
  • "Just leave me ALONE."
  • "Please listen to me-"
  • "You can trust me."
  • "Don’t trust me."
  • "What happened doesn’t change anything."