He really hated hospitals. The novelty of being in one again disappeared as quickly as it came when Tsunade forced a cup full of pills down his throat.
Being stranded in another world really wasn't all it was cracked up to be. Especially when people start dying and Naruto is at a complete loss of what to do.
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15 Jul 2019
16 Dec 2011
An AU in which all the character development of part one gets its due: Kakashi finds another way, Sasuke does not leave the Leaf, Itachi remains a villain, no one is a carbon copy of a previous generation, Sakura grows up to be terrifying, Sasuke finds his way back to family, and Naruto wins all hearts. Featuring Team Seven fluff, filling in the time-skip, and a rather different second half. Drama, Angst, Romance, Fluff, Action, Occasional Porn.
Runs parallel to Cloud Hands.
- Part 4 of Avalanche
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13 Jul 2019
03 Jun 2019
Tony looked over at Peter. “I’m getting the hint you want me to go to Pride,” he said, his eyes lit up with fond amusement.
“It’s not that I want you to go to Pride,” Peter replied, as casually as he could. “It’s just that I think you’d have fun at Pride, especially if you went with me.”
“And why would wandering around in the disgusting New York summer heat, in the middle of a crowd of sweaty people, buying food with a two-hundred percent mark up in price be more fun with you?”
Peter smiled. “Because you won’t be with me. You’ll be with Spiderman."
Peter and Tony attend the Pride parade as Spiderman and Iron Man. They have a good day.
03 Jan 2019
They started at Mother’s Cupboard in Manhattan. It was a hole-in-the-wall type place with little seating, but they secured a table and ordered Waffles for Harley and the Frittata Challenge for Peter.
The server behind the counter raised her eyebrows. “You’re tiny,” she said. “Not—not that I mean that in a bad way. But, you’re tiny. You know what’s in the Frittata Challenge, right?”
Peter nodded, and recited, “Six pounds of scrambled eggs, sausage, pepperoni, and hash browns.”
“Thousands of people have attempted the challenge,” Harley added, “but ninety-five percent failed.”
The woman eyed them for a moment and nodded. “If you finish it you get a t-shirt and your photo on the wall. If you finish it.”
“That’s the plan, ma’am."
- Part 10 of wayward sons
25 Dec 2018
Harley had said something three days earlier. It was offhanded and immediately forgotten by him, while Peter continued to think about it for the next seventy-two hours.
“Sorry, Parker – it’s family dinner night.”
Family dinner night.
And family, apparently, didn’t include Peter Parker.
So, maybe he’d been spending the past three days passive aggressively talking about all the things Mr Stark and he had in common that Harley couldn’t relate to. Maybe he’d been pulling Iron Man out and specifically searching for danger that he would normally avoid or leave to the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen or some other vigilante. Maybe he’d been solely focused on giving a metaphorical middle finger to Harley by having oh so many inside jokes with Mr Stark.
Peter knew it was stupid.
- Part 8 of wayward sons