“Peggy was in a position where if she was a damsel in distress, she wouldn’t be of that position. And when she says, “I know what it’s like to have a few doors slammed in my face,” I think because she’s this attractive woman who’s beautifully made up, she had to fight a little bit harder to get where she is to prove that she’s capable. And I think that’s great because there’s a kindred spirit between her and Steve, there’s an equality about them and I love that.”
Notes: this piece follows the events of Stupidity directly. There will be more following.
“I still cannot believe that Prince Loki actually did this – “ Bera muttered as she applied the same balm Loki had used three days ago onto Ellie’s bruising skin. It was looking better now, the worst had passed – the angry purple patch had been quite a sight two days ago. Now it was beginning to turn yellow.
“It was an accident,” Ellie replied, wincing a little when the maid put a little too much pressure. She sucked in some air sharply.
“I’m sorry,” Bera apologized, and continued after a pause. “Still… Prince Loki shouldn’t have been quite so…”
“Ellie! Prince Loki is here to see you!” came Lady Agathe’s voice from outside the room.
Bera immediately shut up, looking sheepish.
ben c is making dick jokes and martin is blessing people what is happening with the world there has been a shift
they are around each other too much
when someone mentions marvel
When someone mentions Doctor Who
When someone mentions Sherlock
When someone mentions Supernatural…or doesn’t, either way
- Frat buds
Talk Shakespeare to Me (one shot)
TITLE: Talk Shakespeare to Me
CHAPTER NUMBER/ONE SHOT: One Shot
WHICH TOM/CHARACTER: Tom and OFC
FIC SUMMARY: Based on a prompt that Tom and OFC are in a Shakespeare play together when they accidentally meet each other sneaking into a theatre to practice their lines. Tom breaks from the script but continues talking to OFC in Shakepeare.
AUTHORS NOTES/WARNINGS: This is a bit of a long fic, I didn’t want to break it up, sorry!
Talk Shakespeare to Me…
You were beyond excited. You had finally graduated from The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, otherwise known as RADA and you had been selected to showcase your acting abilities in the week-long premiere RADA Festival. The festival was designed especially for new graduates like yourself and in the first week of July, you would be performing the role of Beatrice in ‘Much Ado about Nothing.’ You felt it was a role that you would have a lot of fun playing and you couldn’t wait for rehearsals to begin. Another exciting aspect was that other past students had also been invited to participate in this first ever festival event. Your mind raced with wild ideas of who might play the part of Benedick opposite your Beatrice, as well as the more older and established performers who might be in the play.
You were receiving your script later that day at a quick informal meeting which would also include a final cast list. You were also going to meet your fellow cast member playing Benedick.
Gratuitous Sherlock GIFs
John bouncing around Sholto like a puppy,
and Sherlock being jealous.
SHERLOCK THESE ARE NOT THE WORST THINGS ABOUT LIVING WITH YOU