letsgetfoxy:

alieniverson:

oh no a boy doesnt like my apperance whatever will i do

I love the idea of Stiles calling Derek baby and Derek pretending to be all grumpy about it but secretly he really loves it!
- Anonymous

stilinskisparkles:

totally.

i like thinking about Derek pretending his ears didn’t prick up the moment Stiles parked the Jeep in their spot in the apartment parking lot. like he isn’t listening to him on the stairs and feeling bright and excited that Stiles is home. i like imagining Stiles always grinning when he comes in the door and sees Derek poised for his entrance, and make a crack about Derek’s metaphorical tail wagging. Derek scowling and blustering like “no, i was just preparing myself for the onslaught of noise” and not meaning it at all because he gets this little running commentary stilesiscomingstilesiscomingstilesishome as the door opens. 

Stiles’ number is saved in his phone as home. Derek relishes the fact he has a home, and even when they move to a house, with a land line, Stiles stays stored in his contacts as home. and Stiles steals his phone all the time and updates his contact pictures, not just Stiles’, but Scott’s to one of Scott asleep upside down on the couch, Allison eating pie and glaring at anyone daring to get close, Isaac in the scarf section in Macy’s and his face DEEPLY EXCITED. so Derek never knows what picture’s going to show up when people call, and he gets to roll his eyes fondly when anyone sees the picture, smile goofily and say “my family” as he waves his phone around. 

or when he pretends he doesn’t appreciate Stiles draping himself all over Derek in the evenings. or steals pieces of chicken or pepper whilst Derek’s preparing food. or when Stiles forgets himself and calls Derek baby in front of people, and Derek’s ears are burning the whole time but he still feels warm inside because yes, he is! he’s someone’s person. someone needs him and wants him as much as he needs and wants them. 

and it’s just nice. to have a life. even if Stiles constantly sticks his cold feet under Derek’s legs and makes him hiss, and never lets Derek watch a movie in the dark without needing some sort of laptop or ipad screen on (he can’t do two things at once, most often his alternative is to casually grope Derek throughout the movie, Derek still can’t tell you what happens at the end of half the movies they’ve watched, just nods and hums when the pack get into discussion about them). 

ssharmans:

GRAPHICS BATTLE | ssharmans vs tonhks

round three: fully body shots

teen wolf  

Sterek AU: Domestic

sterek  teen wolf  nsfw  
doomcheese:

Games are serious business.  

doomcheese:

Games are serious business.  

sterek  fanart  teen wolf  
Take Me Out - Franz Ferdinand

callme-himesama:

Take Me Out - Franz Ferdinand

I’m just a crosshair
I’m just a shot away from you
And if you leave here,
You leave me broken, shattered, I lie

lycantrophies:

allison + favourite outfits

devildoll:

helenish:

filmhabits:

WolfCop - Poster
In theaters June 6, 2014

This is how Derek Hale gets arrested, AGAIN, protesting outside the Beacon Hills movie theater with a sign he made that says: REPRESENTATION, NOT EXPLOITATION. Or—that’s not how he gets arrested. He’s out there for most of opening weekend, wearing various sweaters in cosy colors. He has some pamphlets, if people are interested. He dutifully explains to people who say, look, the werewolf is the HERO in the movie, what’s the problem? Again and again. No actual werewolves were involved in this movie in any way—that would have been a good start. It doesn’t matter if he’s the hero if the movie still portrays being a werewolf as a freakish, terrifying, disgusting thing that happens to your body instead of a core part of your identity. This movie is lurid fetishization dressed up as progress. Here’s a list of independent werewolf films if you’re interested. 
How he gets arrested is that Isaac shows up late on Saturday night, takes one look at the college kids laughing at Derek while he talks to an NPR-Mom, and leans in and snatches their tickets out of their hands, rips them in half. 
"Don’t worry about it, you can still see a werewolf," he snarls, grabbing one of them by the shirtfront, fangs dropping. Derek pulls him off, but not before he clocks one of them pretty good. They both spend the night in jail. 
NPR-mom testifies at the trial. Derek is cleared. Isaac gets community service and discovers his talents at teaching toddlers gymnastics at the local Boys and Girls Club. The makers of Wolf Cop issue a formal apology. Claw and Order, a gritty crime drama where most of the wolf characters are played by real werewolves and they have a werewolf script advisor, debuts on HBO with record-breaking ratings. Derek has it on his DVR but is 13 episodes behind because it’s intense and sometimes really sad.
Pack + 1 is on ABC at 8:00 on Fridays; it’s an hour-long family dramedy about a dysfunctional pack and their reluctant emissary, who learn lessons about love and trust after taking in an orphaned wolf pup. Derek watches it live and then downloads it from Itunes and also he bought the soundtrack for season 1, but that’s because it’s important to show support, he says, it’s not—it’s just—it’s a kid’s show, but—but. It’s pretty well written, he mutters.
Change begins at home. 

I’LL TAKE ALL OF THESE

devildoll:

helenish:

filmhabits:

WolfCop - Poster

In theaters June 6, 2014

This is how Derek Hale gets arrested, AGAIN, protesting outside the Beacon Hills movie theater with a sign he made that says: REPRESENTATION, NOT EXPLOITATION. Or—that’s not how he gets arrested. He’s out there for most of opening weekend, wearing various sweaters in cosy colors. He has some pamphlets, if people are interested. He dutifully explains to people who say, look, the werewolf is the HERO in the movie, what’s the problem? Again and again. No actual werewolves were involved in this movie in any way—that would have been a good start. It doesn’t matter if he’s the hero if the movie still portrays being a werewolf as a freakish, terrifying, disgusting thing that happens to your body instead of a core part of your identity. This movie is lurid fetishization dressed up as progress. Here’s a list of independent werewolf films if you’re interested. 

How he gets arrested is that Isaac shows up late on Saturday night, takes one look at the college kids laughing at Derek while he talks to an NPR-Mom, and leans in and snatches their tickets out of their hands, rips them in half.

"Don’t worry about it, you can still see a werewolf," he snarls, grabbing one of them by the shirtfront, fangs dropping. Derek pulls him off, but not before he clocks one of them pretty good. They both spend the night in jail. 

NPR-mom testifies at the trial. Derek is cleared. Isaac gets community service and discovers his talents at teaching toddlers gymnastics at the local Boys and Girls Club. The makers of Wolf Cop issue a formal apology. Claw and Order, a gritty crime drama where most of the wolf characters are played by real werewolves and they have a werewolf script advisor, debuts on HBO with record-breaking ratings. Derek has it on his DVR but is 13 episodes behind because it’s intense and sometimes really sad.

Pack + 1 is on ABC at 8:00 on Fridays; it’s an hour-long family dramedy about a dysfunctional pack and their reluctant emissary, who learn lessons about love and trust after taking in an orphaned wolf pup. Derek watches it live and then downloads it from Itunes and also he bought the soundtrack for season 1, but that’s because it’s important to show support, he says, it’s not—it’s just—it’s a kid’s show, but—but. It’s pretty well written, he mutters.

Change begins at home. 

I’LL TAKE ALL OF THESE

I told my mum to surprise me with my birthday cake and she got me a twilight cake I’m legit crying send HEPL

there are people here this is going to be memorable wow

birthday gift this year is losing 2 followers

ok cool  
HAPPY B(EARTH)DAY

thank you for the wish and the pun!!!!! :)