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Murder, He Wrote by mklutz {}

Stiles can’t help but trace the line from Derek’s broad shoulders to his waist as he walks away. Derek Hale was five-odd years older than Stiles, gorgeous and soft-voiced and totally out of Stiles’ league. Frankly, he was probably out of everyone’s league. What Derek was doing working as a deputy in a small town was something of a mystery.

“You going to gawp at my deputy all day or are you going to inappropriately tag along on a police investigation?” his dad asks, tapping him on the back of the head.

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Also, for those of you that missed the Space Princess pictures..

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Anonymous said: Have you ever seen that video of the guy havinf surgery then meeting his wife/girlfriend again while on drugs and just starts saying things like "you married me??? Im so lucky wow youre so beautiful" i love it so much. can you write a sterek like that where stiles has surgery and is just complimenting derek while on the drugs omg?? thank you ily

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Derek leans forward as Stiles’ eyes flutter open, touches his hand carefully. 

"Stiles?"

Stiles scrunches his face up, squints at him groggily, “Who’re you?”

"I’m Derek," he says hesitantly, reminding himself the doctor did say this could happen. It’s not long term. It’s not a terrible spell gone wrong. Derek will be remembered by the most important person in his life eventually. He swallows hard, tries not to panic. "I’m your husband."

Stiles’ eyes go wide, “You’re what— you’re my— you?

Derek tamps down on the flash of hurt, “Yeah, I’m sor—”

"Holy bananas, how’d I— how’d I get you to marry me? You’re so beautiful.”

Derek laughs, “So’re you.”

"Yeah, but," Stiles points weakly at Derek’s mouth, "Look at’your teeth, oh my god, how do they even— s’cute. Am I— Are you sure?”

"Pretty sure," Derek promises, squeezes his hand, "There was a ceremony and everything."

"What?" Stiles sits up a little, blinks wildly, "Did we really— I mean— really?"

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Derek: Send To Danny Mahealani

Stiles: Send To Danny Mahealani

Oh. Oh dear.

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Anonymous said: hi! those orange highlighted and underlined words on your webbrowser means you might have a virus or malware! you should run some virus and malware scans.

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alexrising925:

You are a sweetheart! Thank you! 

I do have scans going but they seem to not care about those at all XP 

I asked and was told they are just links to ads and other virus and as long as I don’t click on them they are harmless. :?

But as soon as I get play money I’ll definitely get them looked into by a professional since I’m decent enough to do simple things but complex problems leave me with a headache XP

Thank you so much for telling me though! I really appreciate it! <3

I’m sure you’d rather leave it to a professional but these types of things aren’t necessarily SUPER BAD or at all hard to deal with. You’re much better off learning to take care of the problem yourself than forking out shit tones of money for someone to literally spend like 10 minutes installing a program that’ll find it and delete it for them.

'u' Personally I use AVG to deal with most of my problems, but I also have [AVG] PC Tune Up, Advanced Uninstaller Pro and Malwarebytes. Usually it’s pretty easy to find the culpret, if your current scanner can’t seem to find it thats sort of worrying because it’ll essentially be leaving you prone to getting that and possibly others in the future. It’s also generally NOT a good idea to mix virus protections together, AVG is my main protection. PC tune up gets rid of excess files, Malwarebytes I only run when I need to and is more or less malware/spyware specific and AUP is there for registry cleaning, program deletion and a bunch of other stuff.

Honestly if AVG or Malwarebytes [or your usual protection] cant find it and deal with it THEN you might want to consider going to someone else xD

What that is tends to be harmless, but then you also don’t know what it’s doing in the background :x They’re the sort of annoying piece of shit that either gets forcefully installed or you forgot to uncheck when installing a program from online. What it is is typically Adware [a type of Malware] bundled in with other problems that you need to make sure you uncheck. What it does is highlight random words and cause them to become links to other pages, advertising for things in a sense and trying to lure you in to various bad pages either by accident or your own interest. 

So it could be that the adware is monitoring what sort of things you like, places you go etc and reporting it to somewhere [in which case it would be known as Spyware]

Oh wow thank you!

So I check/read up on and I had just been using the software that came with the laptop which turns out is not that great….shouldn’t’ be as surprised as I am honestly.

Then I went to AVG’s website and did you know you can talk with someone before you even purchase anything???? They took a look and where like “it’s not super bad but it could become bad. However, our packet can take care of it no problem!” 

Also, the packet is what my Dad uses at home (I just never really thought about having to get protect for my laptop since it come with a setup. Silly me) So I’m going to take your advice, get AVG and if that doesn’t take care of it they told me they could “remotely access my laptop and take care of it personally free of charge” since they had told my their program could get rid of it. 

Thank you for looking out for me! XD I’m gonna go play with AVG and hopefully get those things off my screen! Thanks for the advice! 

Yyyyyeah honestly that stuff never tends to be great. I actually had a free copy of Norton Antivirus with my laptop but I laughed myself to death and installed AVG Free instead. People have their preferences I’m sure? But just about anyone will tell you Norton among a few others are just..bad.

I haven’t heard anything about AVG offering stuff like that and it sound only sliiiightly shady to me. - Having a quick look I can’t immediately see anything about live chats. So just make sure THIS is the website you’re using.  And of course set it to whatever your appropriate region is, since thats the UK version. [button is top right]

You don’t even have to purchase AVG if you don’t want! They have a Free version that its FANTASTIC, however the full version offers a whole lot more than just standard protection and makes maintaining your PC super easy. Its also honestly not that expensive atall, and I purchased it at the start of this year. I can always get  you screenies and explain features if it helps. The Free version is super easy to use, just set it up to do a whole PC scan [ you can do individual parts/drives/folders, but you’re better off just doing the whole thing ;U ]. I’ve been using AVG since I found it - it’s all we use here now.As someone who builds his own PCs my dads been through countless different antivirus programs XD And we eventually stuck with this as the best.

You guys take such good care of me! XP

If you go to support and click personal at the bottom there is a Chat with us option and they talk to you XD The whole remotely fix it if it doesn’t fix it when you install is like an extra feature you can add on for a fee. (sorry if I made it sound shady. I sometimes forget how things can sound over the internet and that you can’t hear my voice or see my hand movements for better explanation XP) 

I super glad though to hear the free one isn’t crap! Maybe I’ll start with the free one and if that doesn’t work then get the big bundle set XP 

And if I have any questions I will definitely ask you! Thank you so much for all your help darling! You are the best! XD

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WOOED THE WORD YOU’RE LOOKING FOR IS WOOED

GUESS WHOSE TAGS ARE TOTALLY GETTING REBLOGGED

Star-struck Interviewer: “You must miss the good old days.”

Steve Rogers: “I grew up in a tenement slum. Rats, lice, bedbugs, one shared bathroom per floor with a bucket of water to flush, cast iron coal-burning stove for cooking and heat. Oh, and coal deliveries - and milk deliveries, if you could get it - were by horse-drawn cart. One summer I saw a workhorse collapse in the heat, and the driver started beating it with a stick to make it get up. We threw bricks at the guy until he ran away. Me and Bucky and our friends used to steal potatoes or apples from the shops. We’d stick them in tin cans with some hot ashes, tie the cans to some twine, and then swing ‘em around as long as we could to get the ashes really hot. Then we’d eat the potato. And there were the block fights. You don’t know what a block fight was? That’s when the Irish or German kids who lived on one block and the Jewish or Russian kids who lived on the next block would all get together into one big mob of ethnic violence and beat the crap out of each other. One time I tore a post out of a fence and used it on a Dutch kid who’d called Bucky a Mick. Smacked him in the head with the nails.”

Interviewer: “LET’S TALK ABOUT THE INTERNET.”

Steve Rogers: “I love cat pictures.”

(Many biographical details are taken from Streetwise, either from Jack Kirby’s autobiographical story or Nick Cardy’s contribution: http://twomorrows.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=52&products_id=513 )

it got better

It got way better

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brella:

tragic backstories explain bad deeds but they do not excuse them

  • tragic backstories explain bad deeds but they do not excuse them

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coffeeinallcaps:

(I found myself thinking about sexually mature tornado of bangability Stiles again. This time it’s sex educator Stiles and History teacher Derek getting it on. 2250 words, 75% porn.)

“So,” Stiles says, idly scratching the side of his jaw. This is something he’s been doing off and on all hour, and yet every time it happens again Derek can’t seem to tear his eyes away, can’t stop watching those long thin fingers dart across that jawline. “Do you guys have any questions so far?”

Derek scans the classroom. There’s a few flushed faces, some stunned expressions, a couple of sniggers from the kids in the back row. All in all, it’s everything one might expect from advanced sex ed class.

“All right,” Stiles says. He claps his hands. “Let’s have a short break before we tackle the concepts of sexual orientation and gender identity. Go ingest some protein, your brains are gonna need it.”

Derek’s students filter out of the room in a cloud of hysterical chatter and laughter, and Derek acutely feels like he needs to apologize on their behalf. He unfolds his arms and pushes away from the wall. “I’m sorry,” he says to Stiles, who’s rearranging his papers on the desk, unperturbed. “They’re— I guess this is a lot for some of them to take in.”

Stiles grins at him. “I’ve been doing this for about five years,” he says. “I’ve given presentations like these all across the country. Trust me, at this point there is literally nothing a teenager could do in the face of sexual education that would surprise me.”

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#stiles is a fashion designer#this is the name of his line#he figures no one will know#he writes all these odes to derek out on the tags of all his clothes#thinks no one will ever put the whole poem together ever#each individual tag says something like ‘his eyes are oceans’#and ‘i love his smile’#all sorts of everything stiles could never say#the problem is when a super fashion blogger takes a few photos of the tags together#and then the pics go viral as the sweetest love story ever told#and cue derek showing up at stiles’ door in the middle of the night#leaning against the doorframe#eyes glinting with hope#asking ‘why didn’t you ever tell me’#sterek ( via bleep0bleep)