during a quidditch game the Ravenclaw announcer narrates “and the seeker’s taking a dive, he’s turning down, can he-” before a muggleborn darts in and yells “TURN DOWN FOR WHAT” into the mic and every muggleborn in the entire arena loses their minds
"oh an excellent-" another muggleborn grabs the mic and yells "SHOTS, SHOTS, SHOT SHOT SHOTS! EVERYBODY!!" and there is no hope of recovering the crowd of dancing muggleborns after that
I HEAR THOSE SLEIGH BELLS JINGLING
RING TING TINGLING TOOOOOOOOOOOOO
COME ON IT’S LOVELY WEATHER
FOR A SLEIGH RIDE TOGETHER WITH YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
IT’S AUGUST YOU MANIACS
someone’s getting coal this year
IT’S FUCKING SEPTEMBER WHO BROUGHT IT BACK
Asked by sorceressassassin
It’s a one-liner, so have 24 - 27.
“If that’s not a walk of shame, I’ll eat your hat,” Cassie said triumphantly, tilting her head back to look at Eli.
“It’s not like that,” Billy said quickly, even though it should be, if the world would only work the way he wanted it to-
And “I’m just crashing there,” Teddy said almost overtop of him.
“Jesus, don’t get them started again.” Tommy rolled his eyes and headed for his station, spinning his hat across the room to land on the hook by the cash.
I'm gonna be greedy TEEHEE. Apodyopis and Gymnophoria- TimKon. >w<
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Apodyopis - The act of mentally undressing someone.
Gymnophoria - The sensation that someone is mentally undressing you.
Kon didn’t really like the Red Robin uniform. It was leather, and hard, and seemed like a step away from what Tim used to be…
So he would mentally undo the belts, unclip the cape, unzip the uniform and pull down the cowl and kiss Tim while he did it, and call him his Robin and remind him of the old days.
Tim would feel Kon’s eyes circle around his body. Tim mentally smiled. Kon didn’t like the uniform, but it made more sense for where he was now… still, Kon’s eyes running down his back, mapping and planning each way to pull it off him.
One day they would have to see if Kon’s mental practice made perfect.