blessedwithagrave:

cestdanielle:

it-all-started-with-amouse:

agenthiccupofarendelle:

katsahobbit:

illuminati-hottie:

yourhippielove:


Fox sleeping in a graveyard.

Makes me wonder about reincarnation

this is seriously so beautiful

he misses her

NO
DONT YOU DARE TUG ON THAT HEARTSTRING WHO GAVE YOU THE RIGHT

WHO GAVE YOU THE RIGHT????

This is a whole new level of uncool.

i literally felt my heart dissolving in my stomach acid thank you

blessedwithagrave:

cestdanielle:

it-all-started-with-amouse:

agenthiccupofarendelle:

katsahobbit:

illuminati-hottie:

yourhippielove:

Fox sleeping in a graveyard.

Makes me wonder about reincarnation

this is seriously so beautiful

he misses her

NO

DONT YOU DARE TUG ON THAT HEARTSTRING WHO GAVE YOU THE RIGHT

WHO GAVE YOU THE RIGHT????

This is a whole new level of uncool.

i literally felt my heart dissolving in my stomach acid thank you

Reblogged from teenwolftoday  284 notes
Did Jeff Davis really said that the scene between Derek and Stiles (dreaming Derek) was based on the short story "An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"? Because I saw a post on tumblr by fannishthings that stated that Jeff Davis based the scene on it. And he/she explain that "Peyton is Derek... Stiles is the one "he runs forward to". Farquhar's wife. It is her image and thoughts of his children that Farquhar returns to at his moment of greatest desperation." Then It's a really big jump on sterek.
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teenwolftoday:

numbuh12:

teenwolftoday:

I don’t know if he said that or not but if he did, oh my fucking god it would be awesome!!!

I just reblogged this under the original post, but I’ll copy and paste it here for you and your followers:

To everyone who wants to know the source of this, it’s in the AfterBuzz TV discussion for “The Divine Move,” in which Jeff Davis, Ian Stokes and Skyler Maxon are present. You can find it on YouTube, under this direct link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZI9hJ2BZYg

The discussion about the ending scene starts at exactly 58:00, and Jeff talking about his inspiration for it starts at 58:23.

OH MY GOD.