because annie said “write skank!kurt and badboy!blaine and blaine is with seb at the club to make kurt jealous” so i did. // ~1.1k
He’s not entirely sure why he’s doing this - why he’s here at Scandals of all places. The dingy lighting and the way the bouncers barely glanced at his ID says it all about the bar. The older men look him over as he stalks his way across the room and ignores the way he can feel their stares crawling on him.
But here he is; ordering a double vodka and lemonade at the sticky bar. His head is already spinning from the half-bottle of whisky he’d drunk before he sent that text and grabbed his leather jacket, shrugging it over his shoulders before stalking out of the house.
when chris and darren got so offended when a moderator at a glee panel said tina and mike were the longest relationship on the show
Finally! I get some alone time with you on the couch.
Disney movies in order of historical setting
(Excludes most of the package films. Some films, eg The Lion King, are impossible to pin down exactly and some, like Aladdin and Treasure Planet, are anachronistic, so these are estimations. A few have been split into 2 if there is more than one time period in the movie, and sequels have been put together.)
- street performers AU
- got a crush on the hairdresser and now my hair is slowly getting really short AU
- we’ve been dating for three months and you’re only now telling me you’re a werewolf AU
- ended up adopting like three dogs because that pet shelter employee…
Title: If the Sky Could Dream
Word Count: 35,000
Warnings/Kinks: boypussy, underage, age difference (~300 years), angst, gender shenanigans, transphobia, religious prejudice, barebacking, swordfighting, masturbation, minor character death,…
Blaine: Plus kurt always laughs when i try to smoke! Jerk >:I
There are a LOT of really great scenes in How to Train Your Dragon 2 but this is the one that had the most impact on me and FOR GOOD REASON:
- It’s such a sweet and genuine song first of all.
- It’s sung, at first, by this HUGE masculine viking who spent the better part of the first movie being super cold and distant, leaving his emotions at bay. Now he’s allowing himself to open up and express his feelings and that’s totally okay woah!!
- Along with that his movements around Valka are slow and gentle, allowing her to either reciprocate or walk away. He never grabs her or tries to shove her right back into their relationship. He’s aware of how much time has passed, of her guilt, so homie’s playin it cool.
- But yeah, ultimately SHE’S the one who agrees to the dance and picks up the pace and it’s SO GOOD to see both figures treating each other with so much love and respect.
- Even better is that both parties are ADULTS, the mom and dad figures of the film series. Adults get written out or ignored so often in children’s movies, either by being dead throughout the entirety of the series OR by only showing up at key moments. Both Valka and Stoic are essential to the film, as is their relationship and Valka’s reason for leaving.
- Did I mention how sweet and genuine the song is? Damn near every romance song in a kid’s film is built up to some schmalty love anthem but HTTYD2 takes a quieter, more human approach.
This isn’t even touching on the little details Dreamworks’ adds to their facial expressions and their movements and gosh everything here works so wonderfully please watch How to Train Your Dragon 2
This is one of my absolute favorite scenes, for everything listed above and more. Hiccup is just amazed and awed to see his parents together. This is probably a side of his father he’s rarely seen. I love it.
The fact that the main romance of the film was between Stoic and Valka was just the highlight for me— I was so stoked that they chose to go that route instead of making Hiccup/Astrid the focus (Instead we got some really cute interactions that cemented that they’re a couple without being like HEY AUDIENCE, THEY’RE A COUPLE, REMEMBER??? and being hit over the head with unnecessary scenes or interactions).
Basically HTTYD2 was a perfect example on how to do a romance in a film.