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Definitely an adult, currently studying to (hopefully) become a doctor, but actually just stalking people on the other wide of the world.
Basically, I'm like Amazon, I'll ship anything.
Writer of fanfiction, purveyer of all creepy goodness! love writing for prompts so send me a message if you have something you want written!
[ or if you just want to say hi! :D ]

youtubelifesupport:

A lot of interaction between the Phandom and the Bros today! xD Not for good reasons though!

"It’s from IKEA, you’re disgusting!" x

agentwoshington:

agentwoshington:

ok but there was a bus filled with potatoes driving around my town today

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@danisnotonfire: this just happened i don’t know how to feel @nickjonas 

deliveranceofmikaelsapprentices:

slightlygaygirls:

excessunrated:

s0rrym0m:

I CANNOT BREATHE

OH MY GOD.

NEED

OMG
NOT A NEED BUT OMG
IMPRESSED

deliveranceofmikaelsapprentices:

slightlygaygirls:

excessunrated:

s0rrym0m:

I CANNOT BREATHE

OH MY GOD.

NEED

OMG

NOT A NEED BUT OMG

IMPRESSED

Sirenia: Chapter 7

Summary: Phil is a marine biologist, called in to work on something unusual found off the coast of Australia. Dan is the last thing he expected to find. Fantasy/Sci-fi Phan!AU  
Rating: T
Warnings: Cross-species relationship, themes of torture

All my love to Courtney and Alana, without whom this story would literally not exist, for editing and creating beautiful art <3 <3 

Chapter 7

“If you swim effortlessly in the deep oceans, ride the waves to and from the shore, if you can breathe under water and dine on the deep treasures of the seas; mark my words, those who dwell on the rocks carrying nets will try to reel you into their catch. The last thing they want is for you to thrive in your habitat because they stand in their atmosphere where they beg and gasp for some air.”

 - C Joybell C

Small beads of sweat are accumulating on the corner of Phil’s eyebrows, despite the rapidly setting sun and the oncoming night cooling the air. He silently grips his folder, a million fears running through his mind. How long before someone realises that they’ve been tricked? Surely the driver was suspicious of his heavy load, or at least wary of Phil’s nervous behaviour. He eyes off the bulky man, doing his best not to move his head too much, but the driver is drumming along to AC/DC on the radio, looking out the window and appearing to be as unconcerned as Phil could hope.

Every second is an agony, but Phil waits as patiently as he can, carefully watching the clock until they are 30 minutes out from the research centre. Then he speaks up.

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