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ankad:

This is Kevin Flynn and Alan Bradley =) and Lora XDDDD

ankad:

This is Kevin Flynn and Alan Bradley =) and Lora XDDDD

runnieundies:

teresa’s door literally said “subject a1: the betrayer” on it and thomas, newt, and minho were not only COMPLETELY baffled when she *GASP* BETRAYED THEM they also treated her like absolute shit until the moment she died so you can defend their actions when it comes to teresa as much as you want but you can’t change the fact that the three of them were complete assholes about it no matter what your rationale for defending their actions is like yes teresa gave everything she had to betray thomas but that was because she was TERRIFIED that WICKED was going to murder her best friend and the only person she truly cared about in the entire world she was willing to risk everything they had to keep him safe and completely accepted that their relationship could potentially be destroyed forever but oh not thomas’ feelings got hurt in the process somebody call the cops

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trendas:

maze runner meme » three underrated quotes [2/3] 

"thomas was stunned silent. nothing anyone had ever said to him had hurt so much. nothing."

There will never be a dawn that breaks the spell surrounding us.

make me choose: jessicacapshaww asked me tyler hoechlin or dylan obrien?

littledemonwolf:

freckledbuttchester:

I have such a weakness for characters who use snark and humor to cover up the fact that they feel like huge fuck ups but they’re actually heroes with hearts of gold and smart as all hell

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puppyeyedcas:

Some Sterek for you guys :3
Soooo, this needed to be done. It’s not perfect and I had loads of problems with Stiles’ face because this perspective is kinda awful, but it was fun to draw. 
(Wacom Bamboo/Photoshop CS5/around 8-10 hours)
Please don’t claim as your own.

puppyeyedcas:

Some Sterek for you guys :3

Soooo, this needed to be done. It’s not perfect and I had loads of problems with Stiles’ face because this perspective is kinda awful, but it was fun to draw. 

(Wacom Bamboo/Photoshop CS5/around 8-10 hours)

Please don’t claim as your own.

iblameitonmyadhd:

         f i r e a n d a s h

mydickisthealpha:

He never thought Derek would be so gentle. 
Derek has always been rough edges, or at least it seemed— broken, jagged pieces of glass too dangerous to get near. But glass is ultimately the perfect metaphor, because Derek is fragile. He falls asleep to Stiles’ voice chatting over the phone, brings Stiles coffee because he knows he’s studying, and tears up when they watch sad movies. He always asks if Stiles is okay with what he’s doing when they have sex, and holds him close afterwards, carding his fingers through his hair with a look on his face that scares Stiles— frightens him because no one has ever looked at him like that and he wonders if that’s the same look on his face when he gazes at Derek. He wonders if he’s that fragile, too. He wonders if he’s capable of breaking Derek. 
Sometimes Derek tries to hide it, like the sharp, glistening edges of glass ward away touch. He masks fear under dry humor and sadness under anger. He won’t admit that Scott’s brotherly friendship with him means the world to him, that the Sheriff’s acceptance of his character is so important, or that he’s making tentative steps towards friendship with the Argents. He won’t say that he misses his family, or that he’s still guilty about Boyd and Erica. He won’t tell Stiles he’s terrified of screwing things up with their relationship, but Stiles can see it reflected back in those small, simple, affectionate actions that Derek doesn’t think twice about performing. He can see the cracks that haven’t broken away yet, and wonders about them— wonders if there’s a way to fix it all. 
All he knows is that he’d suffer every cut, every splinter digging into his skin, every painstaking hour piecing things back together to make it happen.

mydickisthealpha:

He never thought Derek would be so gentle. 

Derek has always been rough edges, or at least it seemed— broken, jagged pieces of glass too dangerous to get near. But glass is ultimately the perfect metaphor, because Derek is fragile. He falls asleep to Stiles’ voice chatting over the phone, brings Stiles coffee because he knows he’s studying, and tears up when they watch sad movies. He always asks if Stiles is okay with what he’s doing when they have sex, and holds him close afterwards, carding his fingers through his hair with a look on his face that scares Stiles— frightens him because no one has ever looked at him like that and he wonders if that’s the same look on his face when he gazes at Derek. He wonders if he’s that fragile, too. He wonders if he’s capable of breaking Derek. 

Sometimes Derek tries to hide it, like the sharp, glistening edges of glass ward away touch. He masks fear under dry humor and sadness under anger. He won’t admit that Scott’s brotherly friendship with him means the world to him, that the Sheriff’s acceptance of his character is so important, or that he’s making tentative steps towards friendship with the Argents. He won’t say that he misses his family, or that he’s still guilty about Boyd and Erica. He won’t tell Stiles he’s terrified of screwing things up with their relationship, but Stiles can see it reflected back in those small, simple, affectionate actions that Derek doesn’t think twice about performing. He can see the cracks that haven’t broken away yet, and wonders about them— wonders if there’s a way to fix it all. 

All he knows is that he’d suffer every cut, every splinter digging into his skin, every painstaking hour piecing things back together to make it happen.