I’m drawing my grouchy kids (aka lapis and peri), I like to call them the we hate everyone (including each other) squad; they progressively become friends when they notice they both hate pretty much everyone else too, and the only friend they have (that just happens to be a friend on common) is a freaking child

my headcanon is that when they first start interacting they’re always bickering and really annoyed with each other’s presence but someone they keep running into each other on campus and everytime they see they roll their eyes at each other like “ugh this bitch again”
when they start talking more they’re always trash talking about the other but not in a way where they actually mean it? Like yes they “hate” each other but there’s also this sort of respect like “hey you notice I’m trash and are not afraid to call me out of my shit… that’s cool, btw you’re also a lil shit”
and then they become friends and hang out every now and then but they don’t actually refer to each other as “friends” when they’re around each other they’re more like “I know this person yes”, but in secret they do consider the other their friend uwu

What Stays and What Fades Away (you can't choose)

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by standinginanicedress


The rules. Stiles knows them well. Has them drilled into his head, repeats them to alphas and betas that conveniently are too drunk to remember them on their own, hears Peter shout them out whenever a rule gets broken, reminding the entire bar that they exist and are (generally) enforced.

Number one – no eye contact.
Number two – no fucking eye contact.
Number three – keep away from the red line.
Number four – no touching.
Number five – if we don’t like it, don’t do it.

broken rules

The only time he wasn’t constantly looking after Elle probably had to be rare occasions he was allowed solitude, like now. As the shower head is turned off, a sigh echoes throughout the bathroom, a thick cloud of steam surrounding him, even as he steps out of the tub. A single towel he had left on the hook is taken to dry off his hair first, damp locks draping over his eyes before he pushes them back and dries off the rest of himself.

Boxers and pants are absentmindedly put on as he recalls the events of just a few days earlier, and he;s scolding himself for acting for harshly and recklessly, mostly because he knew that she now knew where he was standing in his opinions about her. It had been impulsive on his part, and foolish of him to actually believe it might have scared her just a little bit, but she hadn’t seen any signs of wanting to return back to her previous dress code, and he was starting to wonder if he should begin to act more boldly for her sake.

With those thoughts, he’s leaving the bathroom with the towel still in hand, drying off the remaining droplets of water from light brown locks, a yawn coming over him as he notices the clock on the wall. It was only an hour shy of midnight already, and he just hopes she’s already in bed, even though he hadn’t been in the shower for too long.


Chasing Aurora, a beautiful looking indie game coming to Wii U’s eShop late this year from Austrian developer Broken Rules (And Yet It Moves). I’m down for this.

Gaijin Games just announced that Bit.Trip Presents: Runner 2, Future Legend of Rhythm Alien is coming to Wii U too, also likely through eShop! See, guys, it’s not such a bad system after all.

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