a meme comm - February 10th, 2017
10 February 2017 @ 08:40 am
10 February 2017 @ 08:49 am
We have the pregnancy and pregnant smut meme, but this meme is for the act of impregnation, which is a kink in and of itself, especially when lots of focus is given to in through narration and dialogue. And of course it's a versatile kink, lending itself well to consensual, vanilla, non-con, and many many other things. And there's mpreg, too!
Let's cut to the chase: this is a meme about impregnation, whether it's the doing or the getting. There are prompts for all tastes, even those who just enjoy the idea and not the reality.
* Comment with your character, preferences, and anything else. Also include if you want your character to be doing the impregnating or want to be the one impregnated.
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10 February 2017 @ 09:20 am
|Despite the romanticism surrounding the emotion, it can be difficult to be loved completely — not just the beautiful parts of us, but also the sad parts, the injured parts, the hidden and less-than-pleasant parts. There are marks on us, both physical and mental, that we'd often rather forget. The mental ones can just be easier to hide. As for physical scars, they can be off of our minds some of the time, but that's exceedingly hard to do in more intimate, close moments.
Whether it's to your dismay or otherwise, your partner is not looking away and ignoring your scars. To the contrary, they're providing attention in a way most heavily associated with tenderness: kissing. It may be an accidental slip off target, or they may be trying to show you that what you've done and who you've been don't matter to them now.
Does the gesture touch you? Make the walls come up once again because of the memories that are dredged from somewhere you'd rather no go? A mixture of both?
The wound has long closed, yet the pains remain; these days, however, there's someone who may be willing to help you bear it.
10 February 2017 @ 09:34 am
|The Unexpected Couples Meme|
|Saying: If it fits, it ships.|
The Challenge: Respond to everyone who tags you, no matter how unexpected, crazy, or mismatched the characters are. Play a ship.
10 February 2017 @ 01:34 pm
A SHIPPING MEME
|You're a strong person, perhaps physically, perhaps mentally, perhaps both. You're brave. A steel rod of a backbone means you face your enemies with little hesitation, doing the job no one else wants to do. That kind of intestinal fortitude is commendable. You have a purpose. You have a mission. There is something about you that people want.|
And you have a weakness.
Maybe nobody knows it or maybe everyone knows it, but your weakness is the person you're in love with. Yes, in love. Someone like you can be in love, whether you've admitted it to yourself or not...or to them. More than anything, you want to be with them and keep them safe from harm. Sometimes, you just can't. It's more dangerous around you than with you.
Whether you're together or not, you should hope that no one with an axe to grind with you knows that this person is your blind spot...
HOW TO PLAY
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10 February 2017 @ 01:59 pm
You don't have delusions of grandeur. You've never been more than a pawn, a tool to be used by others. A hammer to wield, worth only the power to destroy and not much else. That was the reality you knew, at least, until this person looked at you and you alone. Not your usefulness, only you. They were the first to treat you like you weren't below everyone, like you belong -
maybe by their side? Maybe that's a place where it's worth fighting to stay.
10 February 2017 @ 04:02 pm
|Everyone has mutant powers! Post your character, along with what their mutation is, and tag around to other characters using one of the following prompts! Or, make up your own scenario!|
- Your mutant powers are emerging for the first time. Are people scared? Are people hurt? You need the help of a more experienced mutant.
- Maybe you're a student, or maybe you're a professor. Maybe it's your first day there, or maybe you've been there for years. Maybe you're sneaking off campus for a trip to the local mall.
- Training. Time to learn to use your powers in battle. Step inside the Danger Room for a session.
- Mission time. Before, during, or after. Maybe the mission was a success, but maybe it wasn't.
- Okay, maybe not everyone has mutant powers. There's still a wider world out there to find your place in. For some, the seclusion the school offers is what they need, but others can walk around the general populace unnoticed. Some humans are fearful of mutants, but others are more accepting. Time to find out which is which.
10 February 2017 @ 07:25 pm
Your teen years are important, formatively speaking. You're trying to find out just where you belong and what kind of person you're going to be. This already daunting task is complicated by the soul-sucking demon known as high school. If you weren't having a hard time before coming here, you certainly are now.
Add into this mixture raging hormones, and baby, you've got a misery stew cooking. But it's not all bad! Sometimes high school crushes can be sweet, and the occasional high school relationship lasts.
So whether you're too cool or distracted for romance or always on to the next good looking stud, come on down and try to navigate the romantic labyrinth that is the halls of Bakerstreet High.
HOW TO PLAY
- Comment with your character and preferences. Needless to say, aging down and AUing is welcomed and probably necessary. Have fun with it! Feel free to include a short blurb about your character's Bakerstreet High self. Are they popular? The class clown? A drifter? A band geek?
- Comment to others.
- Use the RNG. Or not.
10 February 2017 @ 10:26 pm
From the moment we begin our lives, we're learning. It's imperative to surviving, to growing - don't walk in the shadows, it's dangerous, don't touch the fire, you'll be hurt. These days, most continue to hone this natural instinct with formal schooling, but that's certainly not the end all, be all of knowledge. If you go to school or not, if you have the opportunity or otherwise, you won't stop sharpening your mind after those formative years. That's just not the way our incredible brains work.
You, specifically, have actually decided to something equally incredible: you want to really dedicate yourself to learning a skill, and what better way than an apprenticeship? Formal or informal, you're under someone's tutelage, absorbing everything they can teach, growing closer to them in the process...
...unfortunately, though, you've gained a little something extra with that bite from the fruit of knowledge. You've fallen for your mentor.
Do you realize this pitfall immediately, or will you have to learn the hard way?