lillian13



Recent bookmarks

  1. Public Bookmark *

    Tags
    Summary

    “Wade Wilson dropped by last night,” Clint explained, like it was any other Friday. “Brought pizza and beer.” There was a thoughtful silence through the phone and then:
    “You had a pizza party with Deadpool.” Phil said and Clint slid down the couch onto his back. Yeah, that pretty much summed up the situation.

    Or: the one where Clint does something nice for Wade, and Wade decides to never let him go.

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    44,285
    Chapters:
    6/6
    Comments:
    247
    Kudos:
    1552
    Bookmarks:
    700
    Hits:
    18997

    30 Jun 2015

    Bookmarker's Tags:
  2. Public Bookmark 52

    Words:
    27,544
    Works:
    12
    Bookmarks:
    52

    22 Jun 2015

    Bookmarker's Tags:
  3. Public Bookmark *

    Tags
    Summary

    If there is any one alpha in the whole wide world Eggsy cannot handle during a surprise, unsuppressed heat, it is Harry Hart.

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    7,894
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Comments:
    79
    Kudos:
    1076
    Bookmarks:
    242
    Hits:
    9967
  4. Public Bookmark *

    Tags
    Summary

    “Did you shoot me?” Phil asks, confused.

    “In my own defense, I didn’t notice you standing behind me,” Clint says.

    “In my own defense, I was standing behind you.” Phil sits up with a small groan. Clint tries to offer a hand, but gets his arm thumped by the arrow. That’s probably fair. “I’m not up on my archery technique, but doesn’t that mean you’re fantastically bad at this?”

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    20,755
    Chapters:
    5/5
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    129
    Kudos:
    1331
    Bookmarks:
    467
    Hits:
    10165

    26 May 2015

    Bookmarker's Tags:
  5. Public Bookmark *

    Tags
    Summary

    tran·scen·den·tal (trăn'sĕn-dĕn'tl) adj.

    1. Philosophy. Concerned with the a priori or intuitive basis of knowledge as independent of experience.
    2. Surpassing all others; superior.
    3. Beyond common thought or experience.
    4. Mathematics. Of or relating to a real or complex number that is not the root of any polynomial that has positive degree and rational coefficients.
    Language:
    English
    Words:
    45,137
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Comments:
    18
    Kudos:
    393
    Bookmarks:
    160
    Hits:
    9447

    18 May 2015

    Bookmarker's Tags:

Navigation