Teen Wolf AU ➤ Marvel Cinematic Universe
Kira as Thor & Nogitsune!Stiles as Loki
(requested by sheriffbwolf)
Olem Holm and Daniel Radcliffe in Kill Your Darlings (gifs by sexylthings)
Can’t wait to see this
Yes yes yes. I have so many thoughts in my head. TOO MANY THOUGHTS. I can’t decide if it should be canon divergent or AU. But I definitely need werewolves because I want Thomas to find out and be a little scared until Stiles explains that Derek is basically a great big puppy dog and that makes Thomas laugh for fifteen minutes and then after that he starts calling Derek “Puppy” until that becomes his paternal title and no one questions it because they all just think he’s saying “Poppy.”
I also want to write a really long fic of them taking Thomas to Disney World for the first time because, duh, of course Thomas loves Disney. His favorites are Aladdin and The Princess And The Frog and the first thing he notices about Derek, after Derek’s dog, is that Derek’s eyes are the same color as Tiana’s dress so they’re really cool.
can we stop putting lydia in exploitative positions that are metaphors for rape already
I don’t think this is what we need at all. We don’t need to stop having Lydia in exploitative situations. What we need is for the show to start letting Lydia stand up to them. To finally come into her powers and start facing down danger herself. Seeing Lydia IN exploitative situations isn’t the problem. What we need is to have her start FIGHTING. There is NO REASON that she shouldn’t be as ass-kicking as Allison and Kira are.
Tori Amos spells it as “cum” in the song ‘Precious Things’ and Tori Amos is a goddess so I will also be spelling it unapologetically as “cum” thank you and good day.
BLESS YOU GILES
This is one of the reasons The LEGO Movie hit wayyy closer to home than Frozen to me. Instead of a problem that only tackles some few, selected people, you can’t deny that at least at one point you have looked at yourself and felt worthless because everyone around you outshines you even in the things you’re good at.
That’s one of the reasons this movie made me legitimately cry in the theater, that, and due to the fact that the moral that accompanies this is much more empowering than just “letting it go”.