unprofessionalamber said: jasico Someone keeps stealing my doormat AU
It was a good morning. Nico woke up when his alarm clock went off, and wasn’t ridiculously tired. His favourite mug was clean, there was a brand new tin of tea in the cupboard (dropped off by Hazel yesterday), and there were waffles in the freezer.
He was in a pretty great mood until exactly the moment he stepped out the front door.
"Oh for the love of god, not again!"
His doormat was gone. Again. Really he wouldn’t care, only this was the fourth time it had happened. He didn’t even have a particularly interesting doormat.
He groaned and walked back inside, digging the note he’d put up last time out of the pencil drawer. (Whoever took my doormat, put it back. I won’t ask any questions, I just don’t want to buy a new one. - ND)
He tacked it to the community bulletin board between the glass doors and left.
When he got home, he did not find his doormat in front of his door. His note had been amended, however, apparently by the thief.
"It’s not going to be that easy, this time, di Angelo! Come and get it yourself!"
That was Percy’s handwriting. Nico groaned. He walked upstairs and pounded on the door to 2S. “Give me my doormat back, Jackson!”
It wasn’t Percy who opened the door, though. It was his roommate; some blond guy who was blushing terribly. He handed the rolled mat to Nico. “Sorry about this. I think Percy just wanted to introduce us, but I’m pretty sure he learned how to be a wingman on another planet.”
"You haven’t even actually introduced yourself," Nico pointed out.
"Oh, right! I’m Jason. Jason Grace." He smiled goofily. "I’m Percy’s roommate," he added unnecessarily.
"Obviously," replied Nico. "I’m Nico. Next time you want to talk to me, don’t let Percy get involved. Just knock."
Anonymous said: thoughts on hades and nicos relationship?
alright this got way out of hand but here we go
I think Nico’s the only demigod child to ever actually… be Hades’ child, I mean before they were just sort of… heroes. Heroes, not in the way that they were good or bad, but in the way that Hades couldn’t directly interfere/interact with them, and mostly just left them to their own devices. He was proud and ecstatic when they succeeded, angry and shameful when they didn’t, but those were primarily his only feelings towards them. And with Bianca, he could sense that not only was she powerful, but she had a shot of fitting in at Camp Half-Blood, which in Hades’ mind was a short jump to Olympus. She made friends easily, learned quickly, knew all about her fatal flaw and how to conquer it. She could succeed where many of his children had failed.
But then she died.
- Who is louder?
- Who is more experimental?
- Who takes more risks?
- Do they fuck or make love?
- Lights on or off?
- Who is more likely to be caught masturbating?
- Who is more likely to suggest a threesome?
- Has either stolen the other’s underwear?
- Who comes first?
- Who is better at oral and who prefers it?
- Who is more submissive?
- Who usually initiates things?
- Who is more sensitive?
- Who has the most patience?
- Which kinks do they share?
Let children read whatever they want and then talk about it with them. If parents and kids can talk together, we won’t have as much censorship because we won’t have as much fear.
― Judy Blume (via psych-quotes)