I almost scrolled past this
I fucking almost scrolled past this
(via bacarat)Source: stickyembraces
I’m gonna reblog this for like the third time because SCIENCE.
You know how Derek was hopped up on alpha powers here and made really stupid choices and seduced Erica and grinned like he knew he was hot shit? I think for that brief window I’d be okay in headcanon-ing (that’s so not a verb but whatever) that he said screw my issues with Kate and Paige and my dead family, I’m so gonna hit the underage son of the town sheriff.
But of course it was just a game to douchey-alpha!Derek, so it was only a
one twothree time thing after which he broke Stiles’ heart who pretended he didn’t care BUT SO DID. And then Derek went back to his book-reading, manpain-riddled failwolf self, and decided to hate himself even more for touching an underage boy.
Fast forward to Derek coming back to town after Stiles is 18 and the two of them becoming friends - because come on, they’ve been through so much together - and every time they look at each other it’s like I KNOW WHAT YOU SOUND LIKE WHEN YOU COME and I WILL NEVER FORGIVE MYSELF FOR BEING YOUR FIRST and OH MY GOD DOES HE *HAVE* TO BE SO DAMN PRETTY ALL THE TIME and just lots and lots of PAIN and PINING and UST and -
I had a point. What was my point.
Is it possible to overdose on adorable baby animal GIFs?
I’m sorry but the second one looks like a murder
"Hush Kitty, it’ll all be over soon…."
I think the kitty has time to escape.
HAMSTER, HAMSTER. THAT IS A BAD PLAN, HAMSTER. I DO NOT THINK IT WILL END WELL.
(via jerakeenc)Source: buzzfeed
Crap is a sign of life. New bad stories are a sign that this genre — fan fiction, the genre I adore the most - is alive and well. Bad stories mean new people are trying to write in it, and people are trying to do new things with it, and maybe new people are joining the audience, too. When only the best and most popular are writing in a genre, it’s on its deathbed. (See: Westerns and Louis L’Amour.) I want this genre to be here forever, because I want to read it forever. So I’m happy that teenagers are posting Mary Sue stories to the Archive of Our Own.
Does that mean you have to be happy? Nope. I can’t make you do anything. (I can think you’re wrong, but hey, being wrong on the internet is a time-honored tradition among our people.) But when you start making fun of a writer and bullying her in the comments of her story, simply because she’s writing something you think is bad and embarrassing, well, that’s when I say: shut the fuck up or get the fuck out. Because she’s not a problem. She’s just doing what we’re all doing — having fun, playing with words, throwing something out there on the internet to see if other people like it.
But you. You’re trying to stop someone from having fun. You’re trying to shame people into not writing anymore. And that, folks — that is the definition of shitty behavior. (Mary Sue fantasies, on the other hand, are just the definition of human behavior.) It’s bad for people, it’s bad for the future, and it’s bad for the genre. So you’re a problem."