23 4 / 2014
"The first season was so beautifully intricate and well planned. It’s S1 was an Oscar nominated Disney fairytale and the following seasons have been the inferior direct-to-DVD sequels."
23 4 / 2014
Summary: Father MacAvoy has no idea how he ended up in the library, but he’s not upset.
Happy birthday, ANG! Remember how, when I posted the snippet of this, I side-eyed? Now you will know why >_>
ilu all. yolo motherfuckers.
It was a new bar, this time. Father MacAvoy had finally been kicked out of his usual pub, so he’d had to find another one, one that didn’t know about his reputation. The only one he could find had been The Rabbit Hole, and he considered removing his collarino before walking in, but he was too unsteady to do anything near his neck.
That was how he’d ended up kicked out at closing time with hazy memories of being told that every pub in Greenwich was locking its doors to him. He staggered along the streets, vomiting occasionally—sometimes even into bins—until he had to stop and sag against a wall. Was the church even in this direction?
Didn’t matter. He’d either make it home or die on the way, and at this point, he didn’t care which.
THIS IS SO PERFECT I CAN’T BREATHE