Stiles Stilinski/Pale Colouring - requested by asourwolfchristmas
derek hale vs chris argent
aka the scene that made my ovaries explode
*does a single situp* it’s the eye of the tiger
Canada’s rainbow money
Fun fact for Americans: our money is technically made of plastic and they won’t get wet/gross when you accidentally wash them, and you also can’t rip any bills.
Everybody is in love with canadian money, the thing is who isn’t?
The funniest thing ever is to see canadians try to use american money. One of my friends asked me “HOW DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHICH ONE IS WHICH?! THEY’RE ALL THE SAME COLOR!”
its called reading the numbers
americans learn at an early age to differentiate between the faces of old white men
Why is the queen of England on Canadian money?
Because England basically raised Canada until we were old enough to make our own decisions.
America left home super early
and made bad life choices as a result.
I would kind of like a story where pre-fire Derek Hale was known by almost everyone in town as a really nice boy, straight A student, a good kid. Everyone loved Derek, who used to clean gutters and mow lawns for harried single moms and rickety old people, who once saved a dog from drowning—it was even in the little community paper, the one that’s like 75% ads for local businesses and 25% stiltedly-written human interest stories—and played the baby Jesus in the live-action nativity one year, and smiled the whole time. (At one year old he was a little big for the role, but he was so sweet and happy no one cared, and it was meant to be, since Derek’s a Christmas baby himself.) Derek Hale: the darling of Beacon Hills.
And since most of Beacon Hills doesn’t know all the shit that went down right before he left or since he came back, they just remember Derek Hale as the poor kid who was orphaned and then moved away and then came back when his sister was brutally killed. So there is general outrage when it’s learned that he’s been arrested for his sister’s murder based on the word of the sheriff’s son, who is well known to be a troublemaker and a smartypants. The poor sheriff, so much on his shoulders, he does his best, but the boy does run wild, and he’s gotten away with it for so long—there’s only so much a mother’s death can excuse, God rest her soul.
So then, instead of the usual problem we see where Stiles and Derek start hanging out and they have to worry about Sheriff finding out because of Derek disapproval reasons, in this situation the problem is Stiles. What follows is a lot of frowning and tut-tutting over Talia Hale’s boy falling into the clutches of that bad influence Stiles Stilinski, who even got him arrested one time. That Stiles sure has some nerve, being friends with Derek, after what he did to him. And Derek, well, he’s obviously got the heart of a saint, to forgive him like that. But it’s worrisome, it really is, because Derek might have a few years on Stiles, but it’s common knowledge that Stiles has led the McCall boy astray more than once (the son of an FBI agent, even!), so who knows what he can talk poor, vulnerable Derek into doing.
It’s a scandal.
Oh you KNOW I’m all about this.