Sketch, Hannibal and Sherlock crossover.
Lazy day at home.
The best thing about lazy Sundays was that they didn’t have any crazy schedules to attend to and they can spend time together.
The worst thing about lazy Sundays was that they were both bored.
They try to be productive. They read some books the members had bought for them, ‘to educate themselves’, because the members apparently thought the two of them were dumb. When they get sick of reading books, they try playing cards. Soon, they get bored playing Go Fish (the simplest game they know), too and Hyukjae tries to build a house of cards. Until Donghae destroys it, that is.
Donghae finds a dusty, forgotten camera underneath the bed they’re both laying on.
“How about we take some photos together?” Donghae suggests, to which Hyukjae responds with a whiny, “But I look terrible”, as he fixes his hair anyways.
“I think you look great.” Donghae reassures him, which makes Hyukjae smile.
They begin to pose, taking turns of snapping photos of the other. Donghae goes for sexy as he stares into the camera. Hyukjae however opts for cute and plays peekaboo with the little camera.
“Smile more!” Hyujae tells Donghae as they try to take a picture together. Donghae tries to smile wider, only making it look awkwardly unnatural and forced. An idea hits Hyukjae, and his fingers start to inch towards Donghae’s sides.
Donghae bursts out in hysterical laughter as Hyukjae tickles him. Hyukjae quickly snaps a photo.
“I look ridiculous” Donghae says as he grimaces at the photo of himself. He was mid-wheeze, not being able to breathe from Hyukjae’s tickling.
Hyukjae shakes his head, “I think you look great.”
I wanted to play him.
I wanted to create a sound.
I kinda dislike how Hannibal turned out but I usually don’t allow myself to get hung up on such things so here have some “I don’t even know what happened I just put stuff everywhere”
This might get laughed off as a mere fairy tale, as a fantasy that couldn’t possibly happen in the real world. But believe me, this most definitely is the story of my mother’s life.
“For the first time in a long while, I see a possibility of friendship.”
Heard the story of Simon Pegg and Chris Pine fooling Benedict Cumberbatch into wearing protective ‘neutron cream’ on the set of Star Trek Into Darkness, only to later tell him it wasn’t really needed, and wasn’t even real?
Well, Mr Pegg finally just shared the photographic proof of this little jest on his Twitter account…