Tuesday, September 11, 2012

(Source: have-some-balls)

Friday, August 17, 2012 Monday, August 13, 2012

What if it’s agony now, and then it’s just hell later on?

What if it’s agony now, and then it’s just hell later on?

(Source: frenchmystake)

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

supervet:

daily reminder that stiles masturbating multiple times a day is canon

Saturday, August 4, 2012

(Source: danascullys)

Friday, August 3, 2012
nightrevelations:

creaturexlll:

my own private sort of Stiles :} 

This Stiles is fucking badass. Damn. I have no words other than those.

nightrevelations:

creaturexlll:

my own private sort of Stiles :} 

This Stiles is fucking badass. Damn. I have no words other than those.
Thursday, August 2, 2012

affectingly:

butyoureyessaidyes:

Chance Encounter
Sterek Flashback 01/
Because Derek and Stiles had to have met before the Teen Wolf pilot… 

Deputy Stilinski arrives—his young son, Stiles, in tow because it’s a school holiday, and the deputy is too nice to inflict his son upon an unsuspecting babysitter.

Stiles keeps touching e v e r y t h i n g because he thinks he’s looking at a real-life haunted mansion and not the barbecued remains of a family and their home. When he starts jumping in the puddles of water that have collected around the ruins, his dad yells at him to behave, or risk losing his Batman comics for a week.

So Stiles hunches his shoulders and stomps away from the house. He takes a seat under a looming green sycamore that looks alien against the ashes and embers in the backdrop. That’s when he realizes someone’s seated on the other side of the tree, sobbing uncontrollably.

Stiles scoots over, and places a gentle hand on Derek Hale’s arm. “Hey. You okay?” he whispers.

Derek looks down to see a small boy with wide, concerned eyes staring up at him. “Get lost, kid,” he says in a hoarse, tired voice.

Naturally, Stiles moves closer to him, their knees touching now. “Was that your house?” he asks, pointing behind the tree. Gingerly, he adds, “Did you know the people who lived in it?”

And Derek can’t deal with this ankle-biter right now. He starts crying all over again, shoulders shaking violently, desperate gasps escaping his lips as his heart attempts to rip its way out of his chest.

Stiles’ mouth falls open, and he looks around to see if he can find Derek’s parents or a grown-up or someone. But no one notices that Derek Hale is falling apart. No one but Stiles. So he wraps his arms around Derek, holds him tightly as another wave of tears washes over him; Stiles even cries a little with him as the sobs die down.

“Okay, okay,” Derek finally says in a raspy voice. “Unclench, kid. You can let go of me now.”

Stiles’ arms fall away from Derek’s body, and he shrinks back from him. “Whenever Dad and I visit Mom at the hospital, I always see the nurses hugging people who cry. Hugging so hard, like it’s the only thing keeping a person from crumbling.” He uses a hand to rub the tears from his face. “Sorry if it didn’t work. That was only my first time.”

Derek’s head tilts slightly as he takes another look at the boy, whose face suddenly holds an expression that makes him appear years older than he actually is. “It helped,” he says. For the moment, anyway. 

Oh no, I didn’t need that or anything. IT WAS ONLY MY HEART YOU JUST RIPPED OUT.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

you’re a horrible person

 #”i know it keeps me awake at night”

(Source: 052186)

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Here’s why Stiles’ crush on Lydia doesn’t bother me. YMMV.

affectingly:

I want to talk about Stiles and Lydia for a second. There’s been a lot of discussion about Stiles’ crush on Lydia and that he’s “Nice Guy-ing” her. 

For those of you who’ve never heard the term before, the Nice Guy is one where he is not actually nice at all and in fact, he’s using “friendship” and “niceness” as tools to get what he wants. He doesn’t see the girl in question as anything more than an object he can obtain and he believes “friendship” is a mere obstacle in getting into said girl’s pants. He tends to do over-the-top things to get her to “notice” him and somehow magically she will see him as a potential partner. He often feels entitled to her attention and romantic feelings. It goes hand-in-hand a lot with the notion of Friend-zoning (which is also total bullshit), because Nice Guys often claimed they’ve been put in the Friend Zone by the object of their affection and the fact that said girl is never attracted to them is somehow a mark against HER and not him.  

All of that is of course horrible. Girls are not magic machines that if you put enough friendship coins into, they spit out sex and attention. Girls do not owe boys anything, no matter how much attention they’re given. Girls are not evil or bad or stupid or WHATEVER for not wanting to date someone.

Having said all that, here’s why Stiles’ crush on Lydia doesn’t bother me and why I don’t think he’s a Nice Guy:

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saucefactory:

spuzz:

saucefactory:

This?
This is who Stiles really is.
Not the snarking, not the spazzing, not the flailing.
Well, not just that.
What he really is… is this incredible thinker, this incredible planner, a tactician that you goddamn well need on your pack team if you have any intention of winning.
He’s perceptive in the extreme, canny as a canny thing, and arguably more intelligent, in real-world situations, than Lydia the genius is. Lydia couldn’t figure out what supernatural hell was breaking loose all around (and within) her, despite being given all the clues. But Stiles? Not only worked out what was up with Scott almost instantaneously, but also figured out what to do about it. Again, almost instantaneously.
And it’s not just because Scott’s his best friend. Jackson is Danny’s best friend, but Danny has thus far managed to stay willfully ignorant of the weird shit going down in Jackson’s life and in the entire town. I mean, I love Danny, but seriously, dude? The guy you grew up with is turning into a GIANT MUTANT LIZARD. That kills people. And you haven’t noticed anything? And Lydia, sweetheart, the guy you’ve been in love with and that you’ve dated is turning into a giant lizard, and you haven’t noticed anything?
Stiles isn’t oblivious. About anything.
He keeps his eyes open. More importantly, he keeps his mind open.
He does his research. He covers his bases. He thinks.
He figures it all out.
He has the deepest focus and strongest will of anyone on the show.
That’s why Deaton gives him that job, the job of willing the dust to work.
Stiles is the only one with that insurmountable will.
And that will is what we see, in this picture, coupled with his intelligence.
That’s who he is.
That’s why Peter wanted him so desperately.
That’s why Peter respected him enough to offer the bite.
And when a guy like Peter respects someone? You’d better believe there’s something worth respecting.
I’m just waiting for everyone else to clue in and realize what an asset Stiles is - especially Derek - but one of the things that makes Stiles so effective, as a tactical wildcard, is the fact that so few people know how important he is.
Sometimes, I even find myself thinking that he’s planned it that way.
When an opposing pack (or a hunter) targets Derek and Scott, they’ll take out those people that they see as posing the greatest threats. Stiles is the sort of person most enemies would ignore - this dorky little kid in a plaid shirt, uncoordinated and awkward, overly fond of junk food and unattainable girls. Just your average Joe, right?
Wrong.
Stiles keeps the people he loves safe, in part by appearing to be innocuous. He’s the stealth security system. The hidden booby-trap. The silent tripwire. The quiet landmine. (I’m running out of metaphors, here.)
He’s the threat you don’t take into account, when you go after Derek’s pack.
You can plan for Scott, for Boyd and Isaac and Erica. You can even fight them, in the sort of conventional warfare that they’re capable of. (And that’s all they’re capable of. Being conventional. Even Derek can’t train unpredictability into them, no matter how he tries.)
Stiles, though? Is anything but conventional.
He’ll make fucking Molotovs in a school lab. He’ll bribe a hacker with the shirtlessness of a hot cousin. He’ll find out how to categorize you and how to take you down. He’ll research the hell out of you. He’ll have contingency plans. He’ll sneak into police stations. He’ll collude with ex-cons. He’ll make sure that people are where they need to be.
And all the while, you’ll be aiming for the more obvious threats, the ones with fangs and fur and claws.
And that’s why you won’t be able to get to the more obvious threats. Because, while you’re focused on them, Stiles will be focused on you.
You’ll never know what hit you.
And, ironically enough, neither will they.
The people Stiles saved.
That’s who Stiles is. Stealth-Ninja of Awesome.
He does the work, but doesn’t get the credit for it, because he doesn’t set out to get any credit for it. Not only because he’s selfless (which he is), but because he’s clever. He knows it’s better to stay under the radar. You can’t nuke a goddamn submarine if you don’t know where it is.
Stiles for the win, people. Stiles for the win.

This is wonderful. I also think he hides himself to protect people but also to protect himself. I honestly think that Stiles is scared of himself. I think he’s frightened of his mind and how it can rebel against him (ADHD) and the things he is capable of saying. I think he needs someone like Deaton (or Peter on the evil side) to say, you are powerful and smart and you have control over it. Stiles can be a powerful ally, loyal and fierce. He just needs a guide to learn how, to focus, to have a purpose. I think everyone is lucky he is loyal to a fault to Scott because he could go down a dark dark path.

Yeah. This.
I also think Stiles is scared of how cold he’s capable of being. Of what a manipulative liar he’s capable of being, when the moment calls for it. He hates keeping secrets from his dad, but he does it, anyway, because it’s necessary, and - and sometimes, he’s terrified of how far he’s willing to go in the name of necessity.
He’s terrified of one day having a steady hand when he kills someone. (Directly or indirectly.)
He’s - he’s terrified of not regretting it.
And he’s already got all this stuff, all these issues about his mom, all this guilt about how he thinks he killed her.
Part of the reason he thinks that way - part of the reason he feels that guilt - is because he knows he’s capable of hurting people.
He knows he’s capable of calculating whether they should be hurt or not.
And that’s what he’s afraid of.
He’s afraid of how strategic his mind is, and how it can neatly slot the wildest things into patterns that make sense, patterns that reduce people into mere nodes in those patterns, into causes and effects.
I actually think that’s part of what contributes to his ADHD.
He doesn’t like his mind when it focuses, so he lets it scatter, instead.
Oh, Stiles. Trust your heart. It’s made of gold.
It’s all right, to have a mind capable of cold logic, so long as you keep it warm.

saucefactory:

spuzz:

saucefactory:

This?

This is who Stiles really is.

Not the snarking, not the spazzing, not the flailing.

Well, not just that.

What he really is… is this incredible thinker, this incredible planner, a tactician that you goddamn well need on your pack team if you have any intention of winning.

He’s perceptive in the extreme, canny as a canny thing, and arguably more intelligent, in real-world situations, than Lydia the genius is. Lydia couldn’t figure out what supernatural hell was breaking loose all around (and within) her, despite being given all the clues. But Stiles? Not only worked out what was up with Scott almost instantaneously, but also figured out what to do about it. Again, almost instantaneously.

And it’s not just because Scott’s his best friend. Jackson is Danny’s best friend, but Danny has thus far managed to stay willfully ignorant of the weird shit going down in Jackson’s life and in the entire town. I mean, I love Danny, but seriously, dude? The guy you grew up with is turning into a GIANT MUTANT LIZARD. That kills people. And you haven’t noticed anything? And Lydia, sweetheart, the guy you’ve been in love with and that you’ve dated is turning into a giant lizard, and you haven’t noticed anything?

Stiles isn’t oblivious. About anything.

He keeps his eyes open. More importantly, he keeps his mind open.

He does his research. He covers his bases. He thinks.

He figures it all out.

He has the deepest focus and strongest will of anyone on the show.

That’s why Deaton gives him that job, the job of willing the dust to work.

Stiles is the only one with that insurmountable will.

And that will is what we see, in this picture, coupled with his intelligence.

That’s who he is.

That’s why Peter wanted him so desperately.

That’s why Peter respected him enough to offer the bite.

And when a guy like Peter respects someone? You’d better believe there’s something worth respecting.

I’m just waiting for everyone else to clue in and realize what an asset Stiles is - especially Derek - but one of the things that makes Stiles so effective, as a tactical wildcard, is the fact that so few people know how important he is.

Sometimes, I even find myself thinking that he’s planned it that way.

When an opposing pack (or a hunter) targets Derek and Scott, they’ll take out those people that they see as posing the greatest threats. Stiles is the sort of person most enemies would ignore - this dorky little kid in a plaid shirt, uncoordinated and awkward, overly fond of junk food and unattainable girls. Just your average Joe, right?

Wrong.

Stiles keeps the people he loves safe, in part by appearing to be innocuous. He’s the stealth security system. The hidden booby-trap. The silent tripwire. The quiet landmine. (I’m running out of metaphors, here.)

He’s the threat you don’t take into account, when you go after Derek’s pack.

You can plan for Scott, for Boyd and Isaac and Erica. You can even fight them, in the sort of conventional warfare that they’re capable of. (And that’s all they’re capable of. Being conventional. Even Derek can’t train unpredictability into them, no matter how he tries.)

Stiles, though? Is anything but conventional.

He’ll make fucking Molotovs in a school lab. He’ll bribe a hacker with the shirtlessness of a hot cousin. He’ll find out how to categorize you and how to take you down. He’ll research the hell out of you. He’ll have contingency plans. He’ll sneak into police stations. He’ll collude with ex-cons. He’ll make sure that people are where they need to be.

And all the while, you’ll be aiming for the more obvious threats, the ones with fangs and fur and claws.

And that’s why you won’t be able to get to the more obvious threats. Because, while you’re focused on them, Stiles will be focused on you.

You’ll never know what hit you.

And, ironically enough, neither will they.

The people Stiles saved.

That’s who Stiles is. Stealth-Ninja of Awesome.

He does the work, but doesn’t get the credit for it, because he doesn’t set out to get any credit for it. Not only because he’s selfless (which he is), but because he’s clever. He knows it’s better to stay under the radar. You can’t nuke a goddamn submarine if you don’t know where it is.

Stiles for the win, people. Stiles for the win.

This is wonderful. I also think he hides himself to protect people but also to protect himself. I honestly think that Stiles is scared of himself. I think he’s frightened of his mind and how it can rebel against him (ADHD) and the things he is capable of saying. I think he needs someone like Deaton (or Peter on the evil side) to say, you are powerful and smart and you have control over it. Stiles can be a powerful ally, loyal and fierce. He just needs a guide to learn how, to focus, to have a purpose. I think everyone is lucky he is loyal to a fault to Scott because he could go down a dark dark path.

Yeah. This.

also think Stiles is scared of how cold he’s capable of being. Of what a manipulative liar he’s capable of being, when the moment calls for it. He hates keeping secrets from his dad, but he does it, anyway, because it’s necessary, and - and sometimes, he’s terrified of how far he’s willing to go in the name of necessity.

He’s terrified of one day having a steady hand when he kills someone. (Directly or indirectly.)

He’s - he’s terrified of not regretting it.

And he’s already got all this stuff, all these issues about his mom, all this guilt about how he thinks he killed her.

Part of the reason he thinks that way - part of the reason he feels that guilt - is because he knows he’s capable of hurting people.

He knows he’s capable of calculating whether they should be hurt or not.

And that’s what he’s afraid of.

He’s afraid of how strategic his mind is, and how it can neatly slot the wildest things into patterns that make sense, patterns that reduce people into mere nodes in those patterns, into causes and effects.

I actually think that’s part of what contributes to his ADHD.

He doesn’t like his mind when it focuses, so he lets it scatter, instead.

Oh, Stiles. Trust your heart. It’s made of gold.

It’s all right, to have a mind capable of cold logic, so long as you keep it warm.

Saturday, July 28, 2012
sudjino:

Stiles Stilinski from Teen Wolf

sudjino:

Stiles Stilinski from Teen Wolf

Friday, July 27, 2012
imhappyandproud:


BEWARE by ~RekhytAnkh

I’m not sure why, but this drawing remember me this discussion/reflection/post.

(…)
This?
This is who Stiles really is.
Not the snarking, not the spazzing, not the flailing.
Well, not just that.  (…) 

imhappyandproud:

BEWARE by ~RekhytAnkh

I’m not sure why, but this drawing remember me this discussion/reflection/post.

(…)

This?

This is who Stiles really is.

Not the snarking, not the spazzing, not the flailing.

Well, not just that.  (…) 

marielikestodraw:

There is no amount of words that can describe how ridiculously amazed and excited I was that this happened. I made a tiny little sound of delight then seal noises and flapping.

Stiles left the gay bar with the numbers. Stiles is completely ok with having those numbers and calling said numbers for a party. Stiles also knows these people are gonna be AWESOME to party with. Name one tv show recently that didn’t make drag queens the joke of the story in a demeaning/offending way. This is FUCKIN AWESOME.

This is Teen Wolf people. A magical world.

(Source: paralysedbeaver)