Chevrolet Chevy 500 Pick-Up, 1983. The Brazilian market version of the GM-T-car was available as a pick-up which remained in production until 1994, it was the last T-car variant to be produced anywhere in the world
Derek goes out to bars wishing he’d never been born and
gives himself to almost anyone who wants to take him home. He wets his
face in the sweat that runs down men’s chests and doesn’t shower after.
Back home, the scents dare Laura to say something. She never does.
grabs her in a quick hug. “I’m fine,” he murmurs, face tucked into her
hair, scenting sister, pack, family, love. They both know it’s not true.
But she lets it go.
Note: I’m posting these together because they follow on from each other, even though they haven’t been posted as a series. The first part is a pre-slash prequel, focusing on Derek’s time in New York with Laura (but bookended by present day events in Beacon Hills), while the second part is a glorious PWP (featuring the most detailed fingering scene I’ve ever read *///*).
The prequel was written second but I would urge that you read it first because it leads directly into the second part. It also switches to Stiles’ POV, so the experience is enriched by being intimately aware of Derek’s thought process and motivations throughout. You’ll be missing out if you don’t have that extra layer!
i didn’t want to talk about this because i didn’t want to give it importance but that hinge guy from a few weeks ago who flaked on me (twice!) deleted me from snapchat like what a fucking dick and how stupid
I never thought this would happen, but my little baby sideblog has reached (and surpassed) 500 followers! I’m so happy! Thank you to all of you guys. I never imagine I’d get to a hundred followers, so knowing that there are 500+ lovely people helping spread the love is the best feeling.
To celebrate, I want to know what you love most about Jared! Drop them in my askbox, on or off anon, and help spread the word!