Stiles Stilinski, social media nerd extraordinaire, met the man of his dreams during a drunken night out with his friends in New York. The catch here - because there’s always a catch in Stiles’ life - is that the morning after the best day in Stiles’ existence (the BEST) the man is gone, leaving no way for Stiles to contact him and only a piece of paper with his name: Derek Hale. Stiles sets on a mad search through his beloved online platforms but comes out of the other side with a bruised heart and no man. He decides, then, to enlist the help of the people he knows he can count on: his followers and friends.
Hope that he’d learn how to rely on his friends again. Hope that he’d be able to somehow heal from all of the shit that he went through.
Hope that he’d be able to find happiness in that godforsaken story.
It almost makes me disappointed in the writers. That they would rather kill off a character because everyone finds him annoying and wants him to die rather than not being afraid to show us the ugly parts of healing from trauma and what it means to survive.
And when the whole theme of the season is “From the ashes we will rise” I can’t just help but think about how much I wanted to see Jasper make it to the end.
Was it too much to ask to see him be happy again?
See ya on the other side Jasper, and may we meet again.
Inspired by a conversation I had with @braganzas a few weeks back, where we asked ourselved the question “What would FBAWTFT be with Tinder involved?” and basically when nuts with the concept.
Same characters, probably modern setting, and everyone is on Tinder.
Graves and Picquery keep matching up and then neither of them dares look the other in the face for WEEKS
“Send me nudes” Graves, because we all know he would be a total fuckboy about it (and of course, looking like he does, he would get all the nudes and more)
Graves sees Tina on Tinder and decides to have a very serious talk with her about the dangers of online dating
Tina “But? sir? how would you know I’m there?”
Graves: *sweats nervously*………….. Just trust me on this, Goldstein. Lots of creeps out there”
Queenie deleted her account after getting one hundred too many dick pics
Still likes to browse Tina’s account and offer continuous commentary on her sister’s choices
Meets Jacob the good “old fashioned” way, because Jacob is too cool for dating apps
Tina and Newt match up and have the slowest, most awkward, chat conversations. It takes them over two months to actually decide to go on a date, even though they’ve both stopped using the app for anything that is not talking to each other.
Newt only has an account because Theseus created it for him. Most of his profile pictures are actually photos of his animals.
probably AGONIZED over his profile for like 5 hours and lives in constant fear of Mary Lou finding out. Despite his efforts, his profile pictures are more creepy than sexy, dilapidated churches, somber family photos without even a small smile and
Graves is surprisingly into it
Credence hyperventilating when he gets a match.
He would also totally be be that guy who never, ever starts a conversation.
Graves and Picquery browsing Tinder together to kill the time, and making super fun of all the profiles.
Picquery: “Look at that one Percy, looks like Norman Bates decided to get himself a Tinder account”
Graves: *is surprisingly into it*
Graves and Credence match up, and hilariousness ensues
Picquery: “I can’t believe you swiped right on Creepy Graveyard Guy, Percy, I thought you had better taste” Graves:“Shut up, Sera” *tries to hide a dorky smile at a picture Credence just sent him*
Both think they are being trolled, Credence because he has no self-esteem to speak off and can’t believe rich, hot guy would go for him. Graves because Credence is so fucking Extra about everything he cannot possibly be for real.
“I’d love to see you naked” Graves chats, expecting a classic dick pic, maybe a mirror selfie. He gets Credence, buck naked, laid out on his bed in a very artistic pose, with contrats lighting, looking like a very pornographic baroque painting.
Their first date is super awkward, because they now have to accept the other is real and very much into them and their bizzaro personality, but they shockingly work out.