"Fight had given Chara their strength, so perhaps Frisk could gain strength from mercy."
What would Frisk do to atone for the choices Chara (Frisk?) had made down a genocide run? How would they move forward? Would mercy still be an option?
“We have received confirmation that there is a hostage situation in progress at a warehouse compound two hours out of Los Angeles, following a multiple-vehicle pileup on Highway 101 this morning...”
The one in which Stiles has lived to (legal) adulthood and, along the way, become a bit of a badass himself.
Bookmarked by Meggiemerlin
13 Dec 2018
Life, for Kent Parson, is about patterns: the ways they build (violently, with Jack Zimmermann), break (tenderly, with Eric Bittle), and glue back together (with all the same pieces, rearranged).
"You didn't go right to Bitty and tell him you want to come out. You came to me instead, which means you're planning something, you asshole." Shitty’s eyes get bigger and a little too bright. "Jacques. You delicate spiderweb of human emotion. I want to cradle you against my bosom and whisper lost secrets to your hair."
Jack groans. "Please tell me you're high."
Jack knows better than most, how life's biggest changes come at you hard, fast, and out of nowhere.
This time, it starts so small: Bitty doesn't reply to a text.
Fandoms: Check Please! (Webcomic)
12 Feb 2016
Terry likes Jack.
This seems to mystify the sad bastard. And Terry can't figure out why.
A Guide to Being an Emotionally Stable, Independent Young Man: By Terry Beaumont, Jedi Master, for Jack Zimmerman, Padawan
- Part 1 of born right in the doorway