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Movie Date“No.” Mako said sternly as he looked down at his girlfriend.Movie Date by sasuke12234
“Why not?” Korra whined. “The Lazarus Effect looks so good. Please Mako.” She begged, clasping her hands together and bending her knees a little to beg as the two stood outside the theater.
“Have you seen the reviews though?” Mako asked as he looked down at her. “They all said that the movie is bad. And besides, after the last horror film you made me see you kept scaring me and were too afraid to sleep by yourself for a week.”
“Well if the movie’s going to be bad, then you have nothing to worry about then.” Korra pointed out as she put her hands on her hips.
Mako sighed and pitched the bridge of his nose. “Why can’t we just see go see Unfinished Business like we planned?”
“Because I didn’t know that The Lazars Effect was still out.” Korra stated bluntly before pouting up at her boyfriend.
“Two for The L
Costume Troubles“Noooo!” Ama screamed out as she ran around the apartment in only her underwear.Costume Troubles by sasuke12234
“Ama, get back here! You can’t get candy in just your underwear.” Mako called out as he followed the four-year-old with her costume in hand.
“I don’t wanna wear it!” Ama protested as she continued to avoid her father in the small apartment kitchen.
Mako cornered his daughter and stared down at her sternly. “You picked out the costume young lady. Now you’re going to wear it or else you’re not going to the festival.”
Ama narrowed her blue eyes up at him. “I don’t want to be a dragon.” She said in the same tone that her father used earlier. Between his legs, Ama saw her mother walk in the kitchen doorway while holding her sister and decided to make a break for it. She ducked down and ran between Mako’s legs and went straight to hide behind her mother.
Mako tried to catch her during the quick dash, but only ended up
Things I Wasn't Suppose To Hear“A toast,” Bolin shouted as he held his drink in the air, “to my dorky older brother who finally decided to hang up the bachelor life and tie the knot.”Things I Wasn't Suppose To Hear by sasuke12234
The original Fire Ferret team were sitting in a booth in the back of a popular Republic City bar, celebrating the news that Mako was getting married.
Mako smiled from embarrassment as Bolin patted his back and messed up his hair. “Yeah, yeah calm down Bo, it’s no big deal.” Mako said as he fixed his hair back, combing it back to match the neatness of his uniform.
“No big deal?” Korra asked, a little surprised that her friend was brushing off this big milestone in his life. “You’re getting married Cool Guy! That’s awesome! It shows that you’re not going to turn into Beifong.” She added before taking a sip of her drink.
“Yeah, now you get to take care of someone else besides me.” Bolin added, patting Mako’s back again and getting a laugh
Makorra: First Year12The South Pole was just like how she left it. Cold, beautiful, and safe. It was still the same for her while her and her daughter slept snug underneath the plush comforter on her big, posh bed.Makorra: First Year12 by sasuke12234
The rare sunlight shining through her windows soon made Korra squint her eyes open, to only close them tight again as she scooted closer to her sleeping daughter. The infant whined in protest a little when she felt her mother move her an inch, but soon yawned and fell back asleep, grabbing at the blanket over them with her tiny hands. After a few moments of peace, Korra felt something pull on her side of the blankets after hearing soft patter noises on the floor. Following the slight pull, sturdy footsteps walked up behind where Korra slept and then the pulling stopped when the footsteps stopped. “There you go baby girl. You know the drill.” Korra heard a familiar voice say after and she felt a dip in the mattress behind her. She then felt something crawl up behind her, pulling on th
Makorra Week 2014 - Ice Queen"Aah. Being in this castle can be SOOOO boring."Makorra Week 2014 - Ice Queen by makorragal312
Korra was sitting on her icy throne, watching the moon begin to rise from the window on her frozen balcony. She had built her castle somewhere in a deserted rural area, away from civilization. Though she hated to admit it, it sucked not being able to have someone you can talk to and to relate with. But with her being queen, she would have to live with it...for now.
"That reminds me. I have to pay someone a certain visit." she said with a smirk. She rose from her throne and walked down the halls to a door that had the doorknob frozen in place to prevent escape. She unfroze it and walked in slowly, revealing a man chained to the walls, covered with ice and stabbed with icicles, head down. The man had spiky black hair and auburn eyes. The only clothing he wore were ripped pants and shoes. His chest was bare, revealing a sturdy six-pack. Korra couldn't help but stare.
"How you holding up, flameo?" Korra asked with a hint of sarcasm. T
Makorra Week 2014 - BodyguardIt was midnight. Korra was sleeping peacefully in her bed with Naga by her side to keep her company. Korra was glad she was getting sleep for once since she continued to have nightmares of Zaheer, the Red Lotus, and all of her past enemies. However, she was awoken by Naga whining. She slowly sat herself up on the bed and placed one of her bandaged hands on Naga's soft head, petting her.Makorra Week 2014 - Bodyguard by makorragal312
"Hey, girl. What's wrong?" Korra asked tiredly.
Naga whined some more and gestured her head towards the door of Korra's room. Outside the door was a shadow. Korra jumped at first but then calmed down when she realized who was outside her door. Korra began to move herself out of bed while Naga got her wheelchair and moved it close enough for Korra to get inside it. After successfully sitting down, Korra petted Naga's head in recognition and wheeled herself toward the door. She slid it open and turned her head to find the figure. He was sitting in on a chair and he looked very uncomfortable. He didn'
Makorra Week 2014: ReflectionA/N: I KNOW IM LATE BUT I DO NOT CARE I AM DOING THE THINGMakorra Week 2014: Reflection by MakorraFangirl123
She did all she could. Hours worth of healing, and Mako would still have the pink pigment of a scar on his left arm for the rest of his life.
"I’m so sorry.", she said, dumping the water down the drain of the tub.
He sat on the edge next to her. His back was killing him with no support for the last 20 minutes.
"Heh, it’s fine. Better than losing the whole arm.", he said, trying to see the bright side.
She smiled slightly. But she knew how he was so disappointed on the inside. For the last two weeks of her trying to get rid of the scar, Mako had barely done anything with his left arm, as if he was afraid to. That his arm was a curse, and if something dare touch it…who knows.
"Mako.", she said, trying to get his attention.
"Korra, does my scar bother you?", he asked.
She paused. She look a glance at his skin. Really the only thing that changed was the color. He still had his strength, his bending, and is hand ha
Makorra Week 2014: Losing"I can’t even look at you right now Mako."Makorra Week 2014: Losing by MakorraFangirl123
He sighed into his pillow while she sat in their bathtub, a few into the next room.
"I said I was sorry.", he said, peeking up from the pillow.
"Sorry doesn’t bring back to pregnancy test you threw out!", she exclaimed.
"I didn’t throw it out ok? I lost it.", he explained.
"How do you lose a pregnancy test?", she asked.
"When you get too excited and you drop it in the garbage."
She pinched her nose.
"You couldn’t reach into the bag to get it?", she asked.
"Well if we’re having a baby I’m gonna want to be a little more clean, won’t I?", he asked.
"Well-wait. What do you mean if? Didn’t you read it?!"
She groaned and threw her head back against the plastic tiles behind her. It hurt a bit but she didn’t care.
"Pregnancy tests aren’t cheap Mako!", she scolded.
He sighed again as he rose from their bed and walked into their bathroom. She pouted as he lowered himself
Bromotions: Scars Part 1Bromotions: Scars Part 1 by Dreaming-of-Nonsense
Seeing his parents killed right in front of him had left him feeling empty. He longed for his mother's lullabies and his father's piggy back rides. He longed for the comfort of being loved. Everyday it became harder and harder to provide for himself and Bolin. They were running out of yuans they got for their allowances, and Mako had to start working in any store that would take someone his age. It was hard to leave Bolin in alleys by himself. Everyday at Narook's Seeweed Noodlery where he cleaned floors, he thought about his brother alone, getting hurt, and it killed him. He couldn't lose him, too.
He was always relieved when he came back and saw Bolin eagerly waiting for dinner. He sat down and handed whatever food he managed to scrape up that day to Bolin and his brother ate as quickly as possible. Mako relaxed and closed his eyes, tired from the days work. He felt a cool breeze and heard his brother's teeth chatter. Mako took off the scarf he always wore, the last object his father
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