Han: if you need funny, i can because i am a clown
Han: if you need funny, i can because i am a clown
true beauty 01x07
"i should still thank you for what you did. but from now on, don't get yourself involved in my business.
what? what was that?"
"i accidentally dozed off."
BORN IN 1993
~JANG~ HAN SEO
COMMON HAN SEO YOU CAN DO IT
PAVE THE WAY
PUT YOUR BACK INTO IT
TELL US WHY
SHOW US HOW
LOOK AT WHERE YOU CAME FROM
LOOK AT YOU NOW
ZUCKERBERG GATES AND BUFFET
AMATEURS CAN FUCKING SUCK IT
Yohan's wardrobe is extending in these eps, not just bathrobe around the mansion anymore (though he looks hot in it) and more casual outfits (plus his hair looks longer & sexier)
he looks so pretty i'm so /3
Alexa play I don't wanna know. What kind of s bull*** friendship is that. I would rather have non than being friends someone who has 'what I don't know can't hurt me and put me in tough position' mindset. Not even talking about how she was declaring her love to him every time he cried?? like bish what...
Also, when someone help you, polite thing is to say thank you, not, I am jealous.
For your well being find yourself 최고의 친구 (best friend) who will calm you down when it is necessary
and then proceed to make a plan that will save your ass, give you a lesson and opportunity to decide what you want, KEY WORDS: if you want
Is Yo han morally ambiguous? Yes
Is that something Ga On needs? Also yes
6x18 - lauren
6x18 - "i know what the world can do to a girl who only sees beauty in it."
criminal minds appreciation week
DAY ONE: favourite episode
HE'S ROCKING THE UNDERCUT LORD LOOK AT HIM
Hans Zimmer Live in Prague (2017)
the prettiest girls (spoiler it’s all of them) 55/? ♡ han dong
me looking for kang yohan x kim gaon fics on ao3:
HE'S SO FUCKING ATTRACTIVE FUCKING HELL
to be loved and to be in love
read on ao3
Looking back on it all, Buck would say that it was all Chimney's fault. Not his at all. Just Chimney's.
Okay, maybe just a little bit his.
"I'm telling you, everybody backs out of truth or dare eventually. Everybody," Chim announced confidently, leaning against the island as Bobby and Buck made lunch behind him.
Hen was sprawled on the couch in the loft and scrolling on her phone, but she raised a pointed brow at her friend's words. "That's because with you it's just dare or dare," she shot back.
Chimney scoffed. "Nobody ever chooses truth! Watch this," he hooked his thumb over his shoulder and then turned, facing Buck. "Buck, truth or dare?"
Buck, who'd been in the process of pulling a pan of lasagna out of the oven, froze, his eyes widening. "Dare," he said without hesitation, and then grimaced as the heat began to soak through the oven mit, quickly setting it down on top of the stove.
"Chim, I don't think any of us have any more dark secrets to reveal to you," Bobby pointed out, closing the oven door that Buck had forgotten to, shooting the younger man an exasperated look.
"I don't ask that bad of questions," Chimney defended, pouting, and before the team could respond with every bad question he'd ever asked, he looked to Buck again.
"I dare you to--"
"Oh, God," Hen muttered.
"Shush! Buck, I dare you to. . ." The man flicked his gaze around the station, and locked his eyes onto his target, smirking. "Kiss Eddie."
Hen promptly choked on her own spit, and Buck made an unintelligible squeak of shock. Bobby sighed heavily, and pinched the bridge of his nose. "Wha--No! No way!" Buck looked frantically over to where his best friend was approaching the loft stairs, unaware of what was going on.
"You have to!" Hen cried, turning unnaturally on the sofa, her eyes wide. "It's truth or dare, Buck, you gotta do it," she demanded, and Chimney nodded along, beaming.
"Do it! Do it, Buck," Chim practically begged.
"C'mon, you're not a coward are you?" Hen challenged, a smirk forming on her lips.
And then, unexpectedly, a determined look formed on the blond's face. "Oh shit, did we break him?" Chim whispered loudly, but he didn't take his eyes off of Buck, who was striding toward the stairs with confidence.
Eddie, who had just reached them, offered a grin and a, "Hey guys--" before Buck was in front of him and planting a kiss on his lips.
Startled, Eddie nearly tripped over his own feet, but it didn't take long for him to return the kiss with vigor, his hands coming up to frame Buck's face. For a few seconds, it was funny.
And then. . . they didn't stop kissing.
Chim blinked slowly, inching towards Hen. "Is this-- Is this like voyeurism?"
Hen threw her head back in laughter, smacking her friend on the arm hard, and that was what finally made Eddie and Buck break apart.
Eddie's eyes were wide and his lips were swollen. He opened and closed his mouth like a fish multiple times, making strange, choked off noises. Finally, he opened his mouth to speak, but was interrupted by Hen and Chim quite literally wheezing with laughter, tears shining in their squinted eyes.
"Oh my God," Hen cried, her hand over her heart as she gasped. "He dared you to kiss him, not suck the life out of him!"
And just like that, whatever hopeful, maybe happy look on Eddie's face smoothed away, his expression carefully blank. "That was a dare?" He asked softly, swallowing.
"I--Uh, yeah. It--I'm sorry," Buck stammered, his eyes equally as wide. Eddie swallowed once, took a breath, and then spun on his heel and walked away.
Buck watched him go with a hurt expression on his face, his shoulders sagging. "I thought. . . I thought he'd want. . ." He trailed off, his lips pursed, and Hen could swear his eyes were shining.
Sympathy flooded all of their faces, and Chim shuffled over to him, squeezing his arm comfortingly. "I'm sorry, Buckaroo. We all thought he would too."
Taking a breath, Buck offered a watery grin to show there weren't any hard feelings, and he left too.
"I really did not see that coming," Chimney announced to Bobby and Hen.
Hen looked guiltily to the ground, and Bobby just sighed, going back to working on the food. "I messed up, didn't I?" Chim asked.
"We messed up," Hen corrected, shaking her head with a sigh.
It was clear the rest of the shift that tension was high between Buck and Eddie, both of them avoiding the other at every turn, and when they had to work together, they wouldn't meet each other's eyes. It broke Buck's heart.
He should've known Eddie didn't love him back. Buck had never, never loved somebody like he loved Eddie, and with the way his life went, he should've just known it was too good to be true. And yet, he'd let Chim and Hen's crowing get to him, had let himself get hyped up, had let himself hope.
Only for it to be stamped out when Eddie turned and walked away. And now he sat in the locker room, their shift having ended minutes ago, and he just didn't know what to do. Eddie wouldn't even look at him.
The thought of losing him--losing Christopher--made his hands tremble. He couldn't have cost himself his family over a stupid kiss. He couldn't have.
Yet, when Eddie appeared in the doorway and spotted him, only to immediately tense and turn around, it felt like all the confirmation he needed. Still, he held on. "Please," Buck whispered, voice shaky.
His best friend froze where he'd been about to stalk off. "Please," Buck repeated, "can we just talk?"
"There's nothing to talk about," Eddie denied, voice as stiff as his back.
Finally, the man turned back to him. "It's- It's fine, Buck. You don't have to-"
"I do have to say this," Buck said, shaking his head and dropping his gaze to the ground to hide the fact that his eyes were shining with tears. "I'm sorry, okay? I'm sorry I kissed you." He drew a shuddering breath, trying not to let his voice break.
"I won't- We can just pretend it didn't happen, it doesn't have to change anything. I'm so sorry, Eds, I know you don't feel that way about me, I shouldn't have-"
The blond's tangent was cut off by Eddie releasing a strangled squeak. It sounded strained enough that Buck's wet eyes snapped up to meet Eddie's. He looked confused and slightly hopeful. "What do you mean, I don't feel that way about you?"
Buck's eyes widened, mirroring his confusion. "Y-You didn't want- You walked away. You don't-" He stammered for a few seconds before he clammed up, his eyes wide and his hands fidgeting in his lap. His heart pounded in his chest.
"Of course I want-" Eddie cut himself off, brows pushed together as he studied the other man. "You said it was a dare."
And all the confusion left Buck at once, his expression smoothing incredulously. A startled laugh tore from his throat, the corners of his lips tugging upward. "You thought I didn't-?"
"I thought you didn't-"
"I thought you didn't-"
"I do!" They cried in unison, and then they laughed. The next moment, Eddie was crossing Buck's space and pressing another kiss to his lips. This one without any shock or hesitation.
When they pulled apart seconds later, they were grinning stupidly at each other. "I do. Love you, that is," Buck said finally, voice soft and content, his hands loosely on Eddie's hips.
"And I love you. Shouldn't we be saving the 'I do's for a later date?"
Buck barked out a laugh. "Presumptuous, are we?"
"Probably shouldn't be, considering this pretty stupid misunderstanding," Eddie admitted, brushing his thumb over Buck's birthmark.
Beaming, he pulled Eddie in for another kiss, and he knew they'd be okay.
(Standing outside the locker room, a sulking Chimney handed a twenty to Hen. "Idiots," she huffed affectionately.)
i still haven't moved on from these pics.