why haven’t they made a game where you can play as a hogwarts student aND JUST GO ABOUT YOUR EVERY DAY LIFE AS A HOGWARTS STUDENT
KATIE COURIC: I know the last thing you want to be called is predictable, right?
Hercules confirms he and Ariel are cousins (x)
OMG YES!! :D
Sometimes he wonders why he ever chose to become a Sheriff in the first place. He likes to place it on all the hero cartoons he saw as a child and the comics his father would buy for him every time he earned a good grade in Science. It’s hard to remember the pride of graduating from the police academy or receiving his first real check or being promoted to Sheriff when he’s faced with moments that stab through his gut and leave him feeling raw.
When he pulls Derek Hale out of class, he tries not to think about how his own son is just a few blocks away in his own class room, laughing and causing trouble. To think of Stiles being put in a situation like this just breaks his heart, probably because soon, and very soon, someone will be pulling his kid out to deliver news that will shatter his world.
The teenager looks a bit withdrawn, the Sheriff remembers reprimanding him and a cousin for causing trouble once a few years ago, he realizes with a pang that the kid who was throwing rocks into the road from behind a bush was now a kid who was burnt to the bone. The Sheriff rubs over his forehead and delivers a tight smile to the young man who shuts the door behind him and stands, stiff and cautious, he asks what’s wrong, his eyes question why he’s in the hallway with an officer of all things, but the Sheriff just sighs.
“You’re not in trouble son.” Some of the tension leaves Derek’s shoulders and Stilinski gulps. “But…something bad has happened,” Bad…more like terrible, really.
“It’s your family,” He presses on, trying not to notice the way Derek’s eyes flick over his face, how his shoulders go stiff again, “There was a fire.” The word fire makes Derek’s breath go in quick and shallow and the older man just closes his eyes because this is his job, and he has to tell Derek.
“…Your Uncle Peter survived, he’s in critical condition,” He continues, and when his eyes open back up Derek’s head is tilting back and he seems to be shaking but it’s a little hard to tell. His lips open up, as if to ask more, but Stilinski just shakes his head, letting him know that Peter was in fact the ONLY survivor.
When Derek’s usually impassive face crumbles, the Sheriff finds it hard to remember why he had ever taken this job. Why would he torture himself like this and deliver bad news to kids who never deserved it. A deputy had the task of telling Derek’s sister, Laura, and he swore he could hear a girlish wail some distance away.
“I’m sorry,” The Sheriff whispers and offers a hand to Derek, a comforting gesture that doesn’t do anything, except it seems to keep the young man from collapsing right away. When Derek looks back up, Stilinski decides that the reason he became a Sheriff was so he could bring justice to people like Derek Hale.
Someone had to know that while the world was crumbling, someone else was attempting to try and make sense of it all.
He just didn’t know if it would help much at all in the end.
I only accept sexts in iambic pentameter
Thy beauty is beyond all earth’s compare;
Pray tell me, lover mine, what dost thou wear?
d ONO T TYOUCH ME
pardon me my good
filed under: jokes I never got as a child that makes me cry tears of laughter
It’s all fun and games until you find out the 16 year old in your favourite TV show is 28 in real life.