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via faorasexual // originally sexual-flavours
Posted 3 hours ago on 1 August 2014 WITH 1 note »reblog

//Seriously wish that Persons Unknown and 666 Park Avenue had been renewed for more seasons… 

#ooc #tbd
Posted 5 hours ago on 1 August 2014 WITH 3 notes »reblog

//Today has been… FAR less than perfect… I’m not sure if I want to RP or just let Fae run amuck. Anyone around?

twinkletwinkleyoulittlefuck:

thepreciousthing:

adire-adire:

victorysunshine:

goldfish-kisses:

geek-in-a-box:

martiemcfly:

WHY ARENT THERE ADULT-SIZED PLAYGROUNDS

LIKE EVERYTHING IS THE SAME AS A KIDS PLAYGROUND

BUT BIGGER

WHY DO WE NOT HAVE THOSE

theme parks. just. theme parks.

but u have to pay for theme parks

that’s the adult part

son of a bitch

ladies and gentlemen, behold

the St. Louis City Museum:

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Playground for adults and children.

They even serve alcohol.

I know where we’re going guys

Car just broke down

//Fuckin awesome…

subtleelevation:

Antje Traue 

reblogged 15 hours ago on 31 July 2014 WITH 7 notes »reblog
via keletberlin // originally keletberlin
answered 23 hours ago on 31 July 2014 WITH 6 notes  
via thelastazarathian // originally thelastazarathian

Faora had been pacing around the house for days, doing a mix of crying and having silent outbursts of rage, but she never left the house. She refused to leave Raven right now, she just couldn't. She knew how her wife felt in this very moment, how it would affect her... after all, she had been through the same ordeal once upon a time. She lifted a hand to knock on the bedroom door, but just rested it on the wood panel with a sigh. "Rae... Just let me in..."



thelastazarathian:

thelastazarathian:

After a miscarriage of our characters’ child, my character has been locked up in their room for days, not eating. What does your character do?

She stared up at the ceiling with a blank expression while holding the pillow close to her chest, she closed her eyes for a moment while wondering to herself what went wrong. The empath could vividly remember things were going so well with the growing child in her stomach, it was one of the happiest day she ever experience. But then the next… she could no longer feel her baby’s energy as she awoke in her own pool of blood.

It was far too late to save anything as soon as they got to the hospital. 

She clutched the pillow more tightly, clenching her eyes shut before hearing the door knocking softly. She slowly sat up and stared at it for a moment, letting out a soft sigh when she heard Faora’s voice coming from the other side. 

And for the first time ever since they got back home, Raven went over to the door and open it before she quickly fell into the Kryptonian’s arms and sobbed in her shoulder. 

"We were so careful to make this work!" she exclaimed loudly, clinging onto her more tightly like a child as she buried her face deeper into her shoulder with warm tears running down on her cheeks rapidly. "And I could have saved our precious baby!" She added hysterically, shaking her head several times before collapsing down on the ground.

"It…it isn’t fair," she said, choking out her words as her voice suddenly got quieter and she started to tremble in her hold. "Why must fate keep being so cruel to me?"

Faora wrapped her arms around her wife tightly and let her hands thread through her long locks. She felt at a loss, as if there was nothing she could say or do that would ease her wife’s pain… but she had to at least try to comfort her. 

"I love you so much… so so much." She buried her face into her wife’s hair and inhaled, trying her best to provide some sort of comfort to Raven. "I hurt too, baby…"