Clouds In My Coffee ~ Making OutTitle: Clouds In My CoffeeClouds In My Coffee ~ Making Out by Batsutousai
Fandom: Marvel (movie 'verse) & Real Person Fiction
Pairings: Loki/Tom Hiddleston
Chapter Warnings: mention of canon-torture, blood-play, Loki's a little shit, Tom's an angel (with horns)
Summary: For a challenge, 30 days of Tomki/FrostPudding.
- Day Twelve: Making Out -
Not quite a month after he'd found and helped Loki, Tom started seeing the god out of the corner of his eyes. He would always double-take and look back at where he'd seen the dark figure, but he was never there. Tom, honestly, wasn't sure if his mind was playing tricks on him, or if the god in question was truly there and just didn't want to be noticed.
Whichever it was, his friends teased him about developing a tick due to his fame – not entirely inaccurate, given his newfound paranoia involving cameras, both on set and off – and more than a couple people of his acquaintance made inquiries as to his health. He laughed at the
Pig ~ Tom Hiddleston and Loki drabblePairings: Tom Hiddleston/LokiPig ~ Tom Hiddleston and Loki drabble by Batsutousai
Warnings: Fluff, some minor angst
Summary: It hadn't been his fault in the slightest, but for some reason, Loki found himself trying to make it better.
Loki was lounging on the couch, watching as Thomas exclaimed over a box which Diana had sent over, having found it buried in some cupboard or another. There seemed to be a lot of papers with stories written in a child's hand – and containing the same worldly understanding of a child, judging by what Thomas had read out loud – or particularly bad drawings.
"It's all my stuff from primary," Thomas had explained when he'd first opened it, eyes wide and bright. "I thought it had all been binned years ago!"
And then he'd proceeded to pull out each and every object in there and tell Loki about it. Which was... Okay, it was sort of endearing, and Loki hadn't actually felt the urge to tell him to stop yet – he'd been at it for nearly an hour – but surel