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My cousin came out to his mum by baking a cookie and writing “GAY” on it with icing and then went up to her and said “you are what you eat” then he ate the motherfucking cookie and if that’s not the best way to come out idk what is

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misha-dmitri-t-krushnic-collins:

pivotalwolf:

anorie:

lotrlockedwhovian:

baara:

the lady behind the counter asked how much whipped cream I wanted and I asked for a shit ton and then she came back with this

We now know the exact amount of shit ton, thank you for your contribution

#Excellent customer service

I used to work at Dunkin and I swear you would do things like this on peoples ridiculous requests and it either got a chuckle and a thank you… Or they bitched you out for being a smart ass.
Example: one time a dude asked for heavy cream so my cashier asked how white they wanted the coffee and they said make it purple. So I went to the decoration area and got flavorless food dye and made it purple. Never had a dude laugh harder in my life

this woukd have made me so happy

misha-dmitri-t-krushnic-collins:

pivotalwolf:

anorie:

lotrlockedwhovian:

baara:

the lady behind the counter asked how much whipped cream I wanted and I asked for a shit ton and then she came back with this

We now know the exact amount of shit ton, thank you for your contribution

I used to work at Dunkin and I swear you would do things like this on peoples ridiculous requests and it either got a chuckle and a thank you… Or they bitched you out for being a smart ass.

Example: one time a dude asked for heavy cream so my cashier asked how white they wanted the coffee and they said make it purple. So I went to the decoration area and got flavorless food dye and made it purple. Never had a dude laugh harder in my life

this woukd have made me so happy

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What they say to kids who want pets:Are you sure you're not just saying you want one because all your friends have one? Remember, it's not going to be small and cute forever, it will grow up eventually! It's a living being that will depend entirely on you for the rest of its life. Are you really sure you're ready for this?
What they say to adults who DON'T want kids:Oh, you'll want one sooner or later. Everybody does, after all. Besides, babies are soooo cute, aren't they? You'd better hurry up before you get too old!
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tonyshalube:

there should be an avengers tv show but it should be filmed and executed like parks and rec

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hobrienist:

Teen Wolf AU: Everybody loves Claude—except his younger twin Stiles, of course. Getting mistaken for your much more popular brother gets old fast, but maybe Claude really does have Stiles’ best interest at heart.

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"My last question is about your tweet. Your last tweet about your pillow." [x]

(Source: hope-strongerthanfear, via allyyasavedtheday)

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idareu2bme:

bl-whore:

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mord-talks:

idareu2bme:

ladyslysilver:

theroyalstapler:

As an introvert, I’ve done, and do, all of these things…. constantly.

Actually, these are less signs of being an introvert and much more a sign of having social anxiety.

I grew up thinking I was an introvert… imagine my surprise when I finally got treated for my anxiety disorders to find that I am actually more of an extrovert by nature… yep, and all of those things are still 100% me

Hold the phone - it surprised you that you were an extrovert?

You’ve only ever known me since I’ve been treated for all my mental illnesses, brah.

im crying so much 

I get the distinct feeling I am being mocked >_>

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parrishjordan:

Teen Wolf in Text Posts: Derek and Stiles Edition [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]

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dickgrayzon:

How to spot a fake geek guy:

  • says robin is useless
  • says aquaman is useless
  • worships batman bc batman is invincible
  • doesn’t “understand” superman because he’s not relatable or interesting
  • makes “hero vs hero” posts
  • probably smells like axe

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high-school-fling:

spicy-vagina-tacos:

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dontbeanassbutt:

boy, blowjobs sure are a mouthful

jeez, that pun was hard for me to swallow

penis

thanks for your contribution

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flower-of-the-desert:

obviouslystiles:

calicokat-teenwolf:

obviouslystiles:

calicokat-teenwolf:

cupidsbower:

I’ve seen a few posts lately in which people have talked about how a scene that seemed good on the surface became something else when re-watching. Davis loves to do that — give scenes ironic double meanings once you look at them more closely.

For me, this is one of those scenes. It’s one of the key scenes of 3B, because this is the last time Stiles is Stiles until Nogi splits them in two. In hindsight, that fact is important.

On first viewing, this scene seems so full of heart — brothers there for each other. Look at the way they hold on to each other so damn tightly. It still gives me feels.

But on re-watching 3B, I noticed a really strong pattern. Every time Stiles is slighted by a person he loves, Nogi escalates in some way. So when the Sheriff disbelieves him about Barrow being at the school, for example, that’s the same ep we find out about the blackboard message.

I don’t know whether that means Stiles had some impact on Nogi’s arc, or whether it means that when the people he loves let him down it gave Nogi another chink to gain control. Either way, the pattern is there if you re-watch the season.

Right after this moment between Scott and Stiles in the hospital, Lydia screams, and Nogi takes Stiles over completely.

With that in mind, I watched this scene again, wondering what could have been a trigger in this moment, of all moments, that led into Stiles losing the fight.

And you know what? Scott never offers Stiles the bite. He never asks him to be pack. He doesn’t give Stiles a choice. He just says he’ll do something if he has to.

I know, I know it’s because Scott has internalised his hatred for being a werewolf and doesn’t think the bite is a gift. But nonetheless, if ever there was one, this is the moment to invite Stiles into his pack. And I hate to say it, but even Peter gave Stiles a choice about it when he made the offer of the bite.

When I watch this scene again, I see Stiles waiting, just wanting so much for Scott to ask. To love him enough to ask. Stiles has never hated werewolves, and I think Peter was right that a part of him wanted it, just not with Peter.

See the second-last gif? That’s him realising Scott isn’t going to do it.

So this is Stiles, waiting for Scott to ask. And Scott never does.

And that’s how Nogi gets in.

I’m generally instinctively resistant to…nowadays posts that I even remotely feel paint Scott poorly — I’m exhausted of reading negativity about him; I can see how Scott stanning becomes a thing — but I sat around on this one and I think you’re right here.

I don’t personally think it’s that he sees Scott won’t do it. The way I’m reading it is the resignation to total personally helplessness as the key thing.

Scott: Stiles, if you have it, we’ll do something.
Scott: I’ll do something.

'Doing something' versus 'doing nothing' are key phrases across the show. Scott didn't originally feel a need to do 'something' with his powers, Stiles is the one who planted the seed of Scott throwing himself into action whether he feels confident about his plan of action or not into Scott.

1x05:

Stiles: Do you have any idea what’s going on? Lydia is totally M.I.A., Jackson looks like he’s got a time bomb inserted into his face, another random guy’s dead, and you have to do something about it.
Scott: Like what?
Stiles:Something

1x06:

Scott: Yeah, but that was - I mean - Would you just stop? Please? What happened the other night, Stiles’ dad getting hurt, that was my fault. Ishould have been there to do something. I need you to teach me how to control this.
Derek: Look, I am what I am because of birth. You were bitten. Teaching someone who was bitten takes time. I don’t even know if I can teach you.

1x07:

Stiles: All right, we have to do something.
Scott: Like what?
Stiles: I don’t know. Kill it, hurt it, inflict mental anguish on it. Something.

And, yeah, I think that the “I’ll do something” brought back exactly where I feel like their friendship fell apart in “The Overlooked”, when Scott left with Deucalion with the intention of finding his mom and Stiles’ dad but left Stiles behind with a twist up on the series’ usual lines…

Scott: I don’t know what else to do.
Stiles: No, there’s g… Scott, there’s got to be something else, okay? We always… we always have aplan B.
Scott:Not this time.

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I completely agree on the bit where Stiles’ feels left behind by Scott and powerless. The way I’m reading it atm nogitsune!Stiles has all the power Stiles wants but zero control because his friends aren’t…er, ‘holding him back from becoming a monster like Peter’. (Show is show’s own meta?) 

So, agreeing your instincts are spot on but also thinking this is the point where Scott becomes willing to risk biting someone to save them, which he’s able to do next season although it isn’t Stiles.

I actually understood this scene to be Scott deciding to give Stiles the bite if there were no other options to save him.

But as Cupid commented, he doesn’t offer Stiles the bite, he treats it like a last resort.  The way Scott suggests it basically makes it seem that he believes the bite is barely a better option than being dead.

It sucks because Stiles has never been prejudice against werewolves or supernaturals.  He appreciates them and even envies their abilities.  Actually, this is what Stiles wants to be!  He has always been comfortable with the existence of supernaturals and he jumped willingly into their world.  This is where he fits in, it’s exciting, and it feels right to belong among them.

Yet, the people that Stiles cares for the most, Scott and his father, reject the idea of the supernatural on first instinct.  Neither accept the existence easily into their lives, unlike Stiles.  Scott just wants to be a normal teenage boy and the Sheriff wants the same for Stiles.  Sheriff tries to separate Stiles from his own work as it is to maintain the illusion of Stiles being safe and ‘normal’.  And we all know how much Stiles struggles to keep his father happy.

Nonetheless, Stiles WANTS to be offered the bite from Scott, but Scott can’t even imagine WHY someone would want what he considers a curse.

And that’s just it, to Stiles the bite would never be a curse, it would mean acceptance into Scott’s pack and the bonds of brotherhood.  I can’t even imagine how let down Stiles must be in understanding that the only way Scott would ever offer him this bond is out of pity or threat.

So, as Stiles sees it, taking the bite would mean becoming something shameful in the eyes of those he loves.  All Stiles can imagine is how he would be judged after he was turned.  Something that he once considered to be a gift would be used to make him into a monster.  So while Stiles would still be alive, he would have to live the rest of his life in shame of what he had become.  This is what Scott is really offering him in this scene, this is what Stiles’ is feeling, and it breaks my heart.  Scott makes the decision because he loves Stiles and would rather give him this than to lose him, but in the end, Scott just REALLY doesn’t understand what Stiles wants and needs.

This just proves to Stiles that he can never truly be himself around the people he loves.  His father has punished him time and time again for getting involved with the supernatural.  He fears that being supernatural himself will be the final break in their relationship.  So he resigns himself.  He doesn’t take the bite and he doesn’t even suggest that he wants it.  (Because death has become the better option to the shame and terror of being supernatural? *cries…cries so hard*)

Nogi/Void take over then, and all the disastrous and monstrous things that Stiles fears he will do as a supernatural come true (his worst fears literally manifest themselves as a game to Void…he got to be powerful, but he became a monster in gaining it).  

Stiles recognizes that his possession awoke the spark within him.  Of course, this is why he had always been so drawn to the supernatural.  But now, more than ever, Stiles is struggling to suppress his spark and appear to be the normal kid his father wants him to be.

Stiles has struggled to remain firmly hidden inside his supernatural closet throughout all of season 4.

I hope that in Season 5 we see Derek help Stiles to embrace his spark and come out (both as a supernatural and bisexual). ;D

I also think that Stiles’ acceptance of his powers will help enlighten Scott whom I believe is still traveling down his dark path (though the end of s4 left that ambiguous.)

I wanna chime in and agree most strongly with:

It sucks because Stiles has never been prejudice against werewolves or supernaturals.  He appreciates them and even envies their abilities.  Actually, this is what Stiles wants to be!  He has always been comfortable with the existence of supernaturals and he jumped willingly into their world.  This is where he fits in, it’s exciting, and it feels right to belong among them.

I do still feel like this is a giant pivotal moment where Scott begins his journey to “a werewolf, like me” and his willingness to give the bite to anybody at all — a 180 on his former prejudice. 

The big thing for me at the end of 3B is Stiles unites the pack. Stiles proves to Scott (and Derek) that he is 100% capable of going toe to toe with the supernatural. And, he deals Scott a Plan B that Scott has to accept on the blind faith he will not, in fact, be torn apart at the same time he opens his body up to being torn apart.

And then there’s still the Sheriff. The Sheriff and specifically this shot:

…both showing him at the center of all the strings and asking the audience to ask why.

Personally, right now, my answer is that faithlessness and bias. When I’m not sure if Scott and Stiles have anything left to break or mend rather than occasionally talk out, I’m partly thinking it’s because the stage is going to open on the unresolved tensions between Stiles and his father.

Schism that there is, Scott’s in the room with Stiles, embracing him. The Sheriff is totally outside. Even when Stiles embraces him in “Echo House” — to reassure his father, not the other way around — we see the Sheriff left and the end of a long hallway after thoroughly resisting Stiles’ decision to be committed. 

Ahh, very good visuals on the schism between Stiles and his father.  (Which just makes me cry all the tears.)  There is no doubt that Sheriff loves Stiles, but he still doesn’t understand him at all.  He doesn’t really listen.

I think Sheriff knows he’s falling short, but he just can’t figure out why or how to change.  He’s still falling back on old methods to handle new (supernatural) situations.  He’s not adapting - at least not enough. (Laughably, trying to handle Scott’s kidnapping by involving the police and keeping Stiles out of trouble.) 

Sheriff doesn’t seem to mind letting other supernaturals get involved assuming they are more capable to handle their own ‘kind’. Hence, Sheriff consulting with Derek and Lydia. But he still refuses (or disagrees with) Stiles’ participation, wanting to separate Stiles from the supernatural. Sheriff is pretending to himself that Stiles is normal and needs protection, while also treating Stiles like a child unprepared for the ‘real world’ - none of these assumptions are true. This reveals both his bias and his faithlessness.

Something needs to happen to trigger both Stiles’ coming out and Sheriff’s full understanding/acceptance of it.

Stiles still fears that he is killing his father with his connection to the supernatural.  Similar to whatever makes him believe he is responsible for his mother’s death.  I’m wondering if Stiles needs to acknowledge that he didn’t kill his mother to gain closure before coming out?

Or maybe that realization will be for Sheriff after finding out that Claudia was supernatural too?  Hmm.

Either way, I think Claudia will be the link that mends the schism between father and son.  The same way she was important when Stiles first told Sheriff about the supernatural: 

Stiles: Yeah, and another teacher’s going to die if you don’t start listening to me.

Sheriff: I am listening! I have been listening!

Stiles: You just don’t believe. Mom would’ve believed me.

Yeah, this has always been their problem. Sheriff is willfully ignorant to both Stiles’ bisexuality and his supernatural side.  Claudia can help open his eyes.  She helped the first time. I can see it happening again, and I like it!

_______

Now, about Scott.  I’m unsure that Scott has actually made the 180 on how he views the bite, that you suggest.  Maybe just a single right turn instead?

Scott bit Liam because of immediate threat.  He did make that decision at least, which shows some growth that he might begin to make the kind of decisions that are necessary to save lives and understand that sacrifices must be made.  But he’s still being reactive not active.

Scott also did not apologize for giving Liam the bite without consent.  Now, is that because Scott is deflecting responsibility because he had no other choice and through some transitive property this is all really Peter’s fault anyway?  As in Scott never asked for any of this and he feels like a ‘victim’ too…

Or, is it because Scott is beginning to realize that these are the types of decisions Alphas have to make and he has to trust that he made the right move?  Maybeee. Though, I’m less convinced he understands this yet - but it could be foreshadowing that one day he will.

Scott fumbles with decision making all season.  We still see him believing that he can ‘save everyone - nobody else dies’ plus his thinking that life can exist without struggles:  

Melissa: Scott, you can save people’s lives.  But you cannot save them from life.  Life is full of struggle.

Scott: But it doesn’t have to be.

He clearly isn’t willing to make active sacrifices yet, and he is still passively blaming his wolf for the struggles.

On top of that, when Scott initially tells Liam that he isn’t a monster, he’s a ‘werewolf, like me’ - I think he is 1) saying it more for himself than for Liam and 2) he isn’t entirely convinced or convincing.

This is supported by Scott’s trip through bardo when his fangs are growing and Liam suggests that he is ‘growing up’ but Scott counters that he is ‘becoming more of a monster’ instead. 

Scott is afraid of growing up.  He is afraid of the responsibility that comes with making difficult life choices. He is afraid of making sacrifices and having to accept fault without using his wolf as a scapegoat. 

I haven’t really decided yet if Liam’s reiteration of the ‘werewolf, like me’ statement actually caused a break through for Scott or if that was just more ‘smoke’.  I say that because I don’t really think we got an example of Scott growing up in the finale.  He didn’t make a sacrifice, accept responsibility, or make an active decision about anything moving forward.  Though Peter was certainly encouraging Scott to do all of these things…

I have doubt about all of this as well. Scott has shown no acceptance of the wolf or who he has become at any point during the time before the finale and then out of nowhere Liam says you’re not a monster and whoopy, it works? Suddenly Scott goes omg, Liam you are so right, thanks, buddy!? I don’t buy it. I think perhaps it has to do with guilt (though admittedly yet another thing Scott’s not very good at). Because he killed Liam in his dream (quite happily too) and no matter how much or how little he cares for the kid, Scott’s gotta feel some guilt over it (at least I hope he does) so I’m wondering if it wasn’t what Liam said but the fact that it WAS Liam that broke through the berserker thing. Because dreaming about killing a 15-year-old is one thing and Scott can probably brush it off like it was justa  dream, I was almost dead, etc but to be about to do it for real? That’s different. So that’s my theory right now but I’ll wait to see how Scott handles his wolf in s05 to decide if Liam’s words had an effect on him or not.

(Source: teen-wolf, via athenadark)

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With Halloween just around the corner, remember this parents
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