oh god technology

coz fucking hates web 2.0

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Fic - Anniversary - Snowbar

crowbara:

conceptofzero:

It was the fourth anniversary, the second they’d made a point of celebrating. Last year, they’d gone out for a night on the town that had ended with a shootout in the Green Moon Pub with Spades Slick and Hearts Boxcars. There was no way to top that, so instead of going out, they’d decided to stay in.

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I drew this picture to go with this fic! :^)

And I wrote this fic to go with this picture! 

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Fic - Anniversary - Snowbar

It was the fourth anniversary, the second they’d made a point of celebrating. Last year, they’d gone out for a night on the town that had ended with a shootout in the Green Moon Pub with Spades Slick and Hearts Boxcars. There was no way to top that, so instead of going out, they’d decided to stay in.

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that second link is from a chat of yours…

Apparently my keyboard isn’t into doing things like properly copy/pasting tonight, but it should be fixed now. Thanks for the heads up! 

first one is very much My Shit

If you are into Hot Dads Raising Little Girls, let me tell you friend, there will be likely much more of that from me. 

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Two fics! And if you can believe this, neither of them are Homestuck. They’re Bioshock, both set post-game with all the spoilers that entails. 

Jack Wynand Had A Farm, E-I-E-I-O - Five short stories about Jack raising rescued Little Sisters. 

Rough - NSFW, Jack picks up a dude at a bar and fucks him, pretending that he’s Atlas. 

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I completed the National Pokedex! I actually did it a few days ago but forgot to make a post about it. Also me and my cute frog hat in that goddamn addictive gardening game. 

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I want to know what it recommended

Fringe and a bunch of other incredibly unrelated shows. 

As a special bonus, I just went back now to see by any chance if the recommendations were still up and uh…

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"Woah, I’ve heard of this before! It’s commoner’s meth!" Tamaki stares at the baggie of blue crystals in his hands, excitement coming over his face. This wasn’t the cocaine they’d sent Haruhi to get, but it was something new and far more novel. “You smoke it in a glass pipe, right?” 

"I didn’t know there was such a thing." One of the Club’s members said to the other sitting beside her. A crowd had started to form around Tamaki by this point. 

"So it’s true then, poor people don’t even have enough money to buy and cut their own cocaine, huh?" Her friend leans in and everyone murmurs at the plight of the common drug addict.  

"Commoners are pretty smart." Kyoya remarks casually. By now, Hikaru and Kaoru had made their way over and were adding their own unwelcome commentary. “That says 100g costs 300 yen,” “That’s a lot less than we normally pay.” 

"I’ll go back and get something else." Haruhi reaches for the bag of blue meth, trying not to sound too snippy. She can probably sell it on her street, and hopefully get cash from Kyoya to afford the cocaine they want. "Excuse me for not buying you guys high end coke." 

Before she can take it back, Tamaki raises a hand to stop her. “No, I’ll keep it.” The room perks to attention as the president of the Ouran High School Host Club stands, the bag still in the palm of his hand as he declares to the room, “I’m going to give it a try. I will smoke this meth!”

The club applauded. Hiruhi asked herself if serving these assholes was really worth it, or if she should press her luck and duck out without replacing the inordinately expensive ecstasy tablets she had accidentally dumped in the water. One look from Kyoya was enough to remind her of what happened to the last person who crossed the Host Club. 

"Alright, Hiruhi, get over here and show us how to smoke this meth." Tamaki insisted and Hiruhi sighed, slouching further as she went to her bag to fetch her pipe. 

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Hmm, what an interesting crossover idea

"What do you mean I’m not January anymore!" Tamaki’s voice shakes the room, a remarkable accomplishment considering how high these ceilings are. "I’ve always been January! Kyoya, what’s the meaning of this?"

Kyoya pushes his glasses up his nose, light reflecting and spiraling along the surface in a very practiced but still sinister manner. “Pre-orders of this year’s calendar have increased by 50%, most of which were placed after it was confirmed that our newest member of the club would be in them. We’ve adjusted the order of months accordingly.”

Frank Underwood turns to the camera. “Kyoya’s a smart boy, too smart if you ask me. His father doesn’t seem to understand what he has on his hands. The boy’s third in line for a corporation he’s not going to inherit, and he knows that better than anyone. That’s a dangerous place for an ambitious man to find himself in.” 

He turns back to Kyoya. “If Tamaki’s always had January, it’s really not fair for me to take that on him. I’d be happy to trade for something like May or July.” 

Frank turns back to the camera. “January might be the first page of the calendar but it’s a fool’s bet. Half of these people will forget to get their calendars up in time. What I want is a nice juicy summer month, or something in the warm weather with thirty one days and all the time in the world for those buyers to fall in love with me. And it doesn’t hurt to stay on Tamaki’s good side. He’s got a flare for the dramatic but what bastard doesn’t?” 

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Netflix, those are two very different shows you’re attempting to base recommendations on. 

Netflix, those are two very different shows you’re attempting to base recommendations on.