Lewis keeps waking up on the Sunday of the Belgian GP 2021. He has no idea why or how to break through the loop. So he just relives the day over and over again. Sometimes he takes it all serious, sometimes he doesn't and sometimes he's a dick to everyone simply because he can and no one will remember anyway.
It takes him a while to figure out why he keeps reliving the same day over and over again. But how can he break his curse?
There is one scene in which Lewis decides to end the day early which is mentioned but not described in detail, that's why there's a trigger warning.
Seb is bored during the covid break so he invites Lewis and the dogs over. Things happen that make Seb's heart beat faster but is he willing to take the risk and tell Lewis what he feels?
Max and Dan hold hands. Things happen.
I’m fake dating you to have someone to vent to on family gatherings while also pissing off my conservative uncle that I never liked and wow… have your eyes always been this nice? - prompt
Max takes his friend Daniel to his mother's birthday party to piss off his least favorite uncle and it works - but not really like Max expected it too.
Fandoms: The 100 (TV), The 100 Series - Kass Morgan
17 Mar 2017
A lot of one shots, mostly AU's.
You’re a protester and I’m a police officer. Seriously can you please calm down a little bit, this is my job not my beliefs
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
10 Jul 2015
When Petunia Dursley refused to take Harry in she forfeited his birthright protection, so Dumbledore took the baby to the safest place he knew: Hogwarts.
The applicable staff (mostly just… not Snape) took Harry in on a rotating schedule as he grew from baby to toddler to child. They traded extra credit for babysitting among the older students, and Harry grew up knowing a few dozen different laps that were safe and warm to nap in.
This was a Harry who grew up among books, among old transient walls and learned professors. They gave Binns night duty sometimes, and let him talk young Harry to sleep. This was a Harry whose world changed, on principle, daily. The stairs moved. The walls became doors. You had to keep your eyes open–you had to pay attention. So he did.
He grew up in a school. Knowledge was power, but knowledge was also joy. This was his sanctuary. There was magic in his world from birth.
- Part 3 of boy with a scar
Bookmarked by pitstopcrew
09 Jan 2019