In Brightest DaySokka rode happily on his eelhound, he was going to see Suki and what's more he was going to ask her to marry him. Ever since the war had ended they had been seeing a lot of each other, good thing too, otherwise he'd be bored out of his mind with all the peace.More Like This
He had also been meaning to go on a quest to find his space sword and boomerang but Suki was always such a lovely distraction that he ended up forgetting all about it by the time he crawled into his sleeping sac. Not that his sister and Aang would help, they were too busy getting up in each other's faces and being....flirterers!! He didn't want to see his little sister and best friend doing that kind of stuff! Toph probably would have been helpful but he didn't want to have her duck her parents forever, now every month she and her parents attend some family therapy. But not by Sokka of the Southern Water Tribe, oh no, they all listened to Dr. Fire, Dr. Wang Fire. Toph always fought back the giggles when he came with his beard on
Modern AtLA: CreepyMore Like This
It was shortly after three o 'clock, and the Jasmine Dragon was full of students from Ba Sing Se Academy. A large, circular table off to the side held seven students, nursing their tea as they tried to decompress after a long day of tests and prepare themselves for the mountains of homework they each had set aside for the evening. One, Suki, sat between her boyfriend Sokka and her best friend, Toph. To Sokka's right was his sister Katara, and to Toph's left was her friend Mai. Beside Mai was her boyfriend, Zuko, while Katara sat next to Aang, the newest member of the group. Aang was trying to keep Zuko amused, but the older boy was obviously put off by the younger's cheerful attitude.
"What's the creepiest thing you'd do to show your affection?" Sokka suddenly asked. This elicited several odd looks from his friends.
"That is the weirdest question I've ever been asked," Zuko decided after a few moments of silence.
"He's asked weirder," Katara sighed. Aang was messing with her curly hair
Request -- Dying is Easy...More Like This
Sukka; "Dying is easy. Comedy is hard."
"And I'll shave my beard," Sokka promised. Suki didn't stir. "Suki, I'll... I'll grow out my beard. I'll stop telling jokes. I'll tell more jokes. I'll do anything, Suki, please, please..."
His voice cracked, and he leaned over his wife's still form, screwing his eyes shut against the tears. She was so pale, now. He had wiped off the face paint (and the blood -- all the blood) but she was still bone-pale.
"Please, Suki. Please wake up."
He needed her to be there for him. He needed her to listen to his ideas. He needed her to find the weaknesses in his armor, to pick them out and hold them up for him to see. He needed her to find his flaws and do her best to make up for them. He needed her there to kick his ass when he needed it. He needed her to laugh at the stupid jokes no-one understood but he still clung to.
"I'm sorry I didn't come in time," he whispered against her forehead, squeezing her hand tightly. "I
Suki -- LoveMore Like This
It was supposed to be an easy conversation.
Oyaji was going to tell his daughter about the duty she had to her people, and that she needed to put aside her own selfish urges and make the betterment of Kyoshi Island her first priority. She would understand -- Suki had always been mild and dutiful when the need arose, and she had such a level head. She would see that he had her best interests at heart, and she would listen calmly to what he had to say. That was what always happened, and thus it was what he always expected.
He did not expect Suki's eyes to go wide and furious, or her hands to clench into tight fists on her dresser. "What?"
"I'm saying you should leave the boy behind," Oyaji persisted, his brow furrowing at her inexplicable rage. "You have responsibilities here, and he has responsibilities in his own tribe. You two are growing apart--"
"Growing apart?" Suki snapped. She turned on her heel and stormed over to the side of her bed, dropping to her knees to pull
An evening together“Look daddy! I think this one likes me!”More Like This
Zuko smiled as he saw his daughter feeding a little turtle-duck that got out of the water going after the bread in Aiko’s hand. The turtle-duck mother approached squawking intimidatingly. Aiko frowned a little.
“Why is she doing that?”She said with curiosity.
“Mothers are very protective with their children. If they so much as suspect someone will harm them they act like a fierce komodo rhino” He said imitating the animals groan. “Your grandmother taught me that.”
“Same with daddies. But no one will ever harm you, my love.”He said protectively. “Because, if they even try...well…”
“You would knock them down with your firebending!” She said excitedly. “Because you are the best firebender in the world!”
When she said something like that, he felt as if it was true.
“I thought you were in a meetin