Fandoms: IT (Movies - Muschietti), IT - Stephen King
02 Aug 2020
Following on from his short-lived standup tour Trashmouth and extended hiatus, Richie Tozier is making a comeback with his first-ever special from Netflix. The special, titled Trashmouth Comes Clean, is described as “a stripped back insight into the man behind the dick jokes (that still includes some dick jokes)”.
[a post-canon social media fix it fic]
Bookmarked by Neex
02 Aug 2020
Fandoms: IT (Movies - Muschietti)
02 Aug 2020
“You’re going to My Best Friend’s Wedding this poor guy? You know Julia Roberts is the villain of the piece.”
“First of all, how dare you assume I’ve seen My Best Friend’s Wedding?” Richie undid the green bow tie and tossed it in the reject pile. “Second of all, Jules was an anti-hero, a flawed yet ultimately worthy protagonist. Dylan McDermott was the villain.”
“I don’t think that-”
“He made that bullshit If-we’re-both-single-at-twenty-eight pact, like twenty-nine is the retirement of all sexuality.” Richie had come out last year, at thirty-five, “Cameron Diaz is twenty in that movie. Twenty! She wants to be an architect! He wants her to quit school, probably because he thinks her ovaries are gonna dry up before she can drink. Cameron’s basically giving up her whole future for a leather-faced sportswriter who’d turn down a job with the fuckin’ white socks. And then he has the gall to flirt with J-Rob, constantly, before his wedding! Cameron deserved better. So does Eddie.”
“Richie, you are setting yourself up for the worst possible heartache. Do not go to this wedding.”
Richie smiled, taking his ex-wife’s hand, “I have to. I’m a groomsman.”
Eddie Kaspbrak is a college sophomore stuck in a major he hates and burdened with a mother who loves him in all the wrong ways. He figures if he keeps his head down for the next few years he can graduate and leave his hometown behind for good. Of course, things rarely ever go to plan.
A story about creating a better home, becoming yourself, and falling in love along the way.
Fandoms: IT - Stephen King, IT (Movies - Muschietti)
30 Jul 2020
Eddie died down in the sewers. Well, technically he died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. His heart stopped for twenty-seven seconds.
With a second chance at life he figured now was the time to live the life he'd always wanted. That included a lot of things, the most important being telling Richie he'd been in love with him for the better part of three decades.
Now if Eddie could just get their friends to stop walking in on his declaration of love everything would be great.