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Beremy One-Shot Competition: Hi everyone so the competition starts tomorrow here are the details as promised
- Rules:Post a one shot based off of the given prompt. It can be fluffy, smutty, AU, angsty or really anything but it has to be based off of the prompt or it will not be counted. Other than that take as many creative liberties as you want and have as much fun with it as you can! Please tag all one-shots #Beremy and #BeremyHeat in the first five tags so that voters can find them. Winners will be announced the following Saturday. All authors welcome!
- Voting: Please submit votes in the Beremyworld ask. Votes will be a combined tally of notes and submits. Anon messages count as half of a vote. Voting closes at 5am on Fridays.
- Winners:A 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winner will be announced the following Saturday. Winners will be awarded with their choice of art for their one-shot.
This weeks prompt: Bonnie and Jeremy’s first kiss underneath the misletoe.
Remember put your very own spin on it and have as much fun writing it as we will reading it! Happy writing ;)!
Thank you winterangel12 for making the competition poster
Thank you freetolovelifex for helping organize everything
(Tagging a couple of Beremy writers for reasons)
Day Two: Best Fight/Argument Moment“Oooh burn”, that was my first reaction. Bonnie had this moment coming and I’m glad Jeremy didn’t hold back. The real issue here is that Jeremy and Bonnie are the same kind of people, which was bound to make them clash…. eventually. She’s so used to doing whatever she has to (sacrifice), to protect the people she loves, but didn’t take into account that Jeremy has the same kind of characteristic. I get that she didn’t want him to get hurt, but that was his choice to make.It’s kind of ironic that Bonnie rarely listened to him when he warned her against doing magic that could hurt her, and she always expected he would do nothing to stop her/let her make her own choices. Yet in a pivotal moment when Jeremy wants to exercise the same right/trust she expects from him, she’s unable to allow it. Worst of all is the way in which she deceived him (by giving him a reassuring kiss that put him to sleep in the previous episode), which was a low blow. As I said, Bonnie deserved this and the utter look of shock on her face goes to show how unaware she was of what her never-ending role as a martyr/sacrificial lamb can do to the people she loves. I do wish they talked about this more, maybe Bonnie apologizing for what she did. Alas, that’s too much to ask of this show. But for what it was worth, I was glad he did call her out, even if it was a brief moment.
Day One: Best Kiss(es)/
Their first kiss is E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G. I think there’s a general consensus that this was their best kiss, arguably the best kiss on TVD. Jeremy just goes for it while Bonnie is rambling, as if to stop her from spilling her guts any further. Anyone remember “…Overnight, you turned into this hot guy who’s really sweet “? I bet you do, because I’m pretty sure Bonnie was merely expressing the opinion most of us had, little Gilbert had grown into a man overnight (aka from season 1 to season 2). Best part was Bonnie’s complete shock after the kiss, she was clearly beside herself- and of course Jeremy barely gives her any time to recover because he goes back in for another kiss. Had Bonnie not liked that kiss, I was more than willing to take him.
First thing you should notice about the second kiss is:
1. Height difference
2. Bonnie standing on her tip toes
Once you’ve spotted these two details, the kiss should register as the greatest thing since sliced bread.To understand why, you have to get that I have this thing about height difference, which has clearly carried over to my delight of fictional couples. This kiss is basically the sweetest thing E.V.E.R, all I needed was for her foot to “pop” (kudos to anyone who gets that film reference) and I would have passed out. Also, that setting is perfect.