Consulting criminal and good old fashioned villain
[Indie rp blog; mun and muse 18+; nsfw a distinct possibility]
//sleepytime. more studying to come. my first exam (Contracts) is on Monday. i’ll check back sometime in the AM for replies and i’ll be around throughout the day tomorrow when i need breaks from my Contracts Attack Plan.
It’s pouring rain outside my bedroom window.
I like the rain.
//GAH THE BOYS WON BUT THE GIRLS ARE MAKING ME SO NERVOUS. C’MON LADIES FINISH IT.
//study break while I watch my boys play in the NCAA quarterfinal. Feel free to come bother Jim :)
"Nothing is going to happen here. My husband and I, we love each other. We are partners. And if you, don’t leave me alone, he will kill you.”
//*collapses in a pile of civl procedure*
You’re the problem! You made us feel like we weren’t trying hard enough— we were perfectly fine half-assing our marriage until you showed up.
//Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress = dumbest tort ever
//bedtime so i can get up at a decent hour to study tomorrow. like if IOU!
[text] So bored without you! MK
[text]: I must have been away when your entertainment became part of my job description. -JM
[text] It seemed the least sentimental way of saying I miss you. MK
[text]: Is that so, poodle? I’m surprised you noticed I was gone. -JM[text] Really, sir? You know how much I enjoy your company. MK
[text]: All I meant was that I didn’t exactly broadcast my absence. -JM[text] I always notice your absence, sir. MK
[text]: How sweet. I’m about to monopolize the majority of your time— almost nothing that I own fits properly anymore. -JM
This is the cutest friendship in the history of friendships. The lucky photographer who knows this pair is planning to release a children’s book .
//um…The Fox and the Hound is one of my favorite Disney movies. This needs to be here because of all the reasons.
[text]: It might be time to let Davis go.
[text]: I swear to fuck if this is a joke…
[text]: and yet I find myself unable to keep my fingers from typing out, why exactly are we letting him go?
[text]: Yeah, but our lines of ‘unacceptable’ vary greatly. And I do in fact need to come up with a death that fits the crime, don’t I.
[text]: Just so we’re clear, do you think my threshold for unacceptable is higher or lower than yours in this instance?
[text]: That may very well depend on the answer you have yet to give me. Though usually where Davis is concerned, higher.
[text]: That’s fair enough I suppose. He seems to have forgotten the rather basic rule of ‘hands to yourself.’ That and giving his opinion a bit too liberally, especially after a few drinks.