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Family Reunion-(Stiles Stilinski)

Originally posted by martabuzz

Summary: You and Stiles attend a family reunion, but with a twist. Stiles is your fake ‘boyfriend’.

Warnings: none?

Pairing: Eventual Stiles x Reader

Word Count: 1561

I pull up into a car park down the street from my grans lake house and shoot Stiles a look of gratitude. If it weren’t for Stiles, my best friend and savior, I would have to endure another agonizing family reunion full of teasing and hurtful jokes aimed in my direction.

There are yearly family reunions at my grans lake house, and this year I’ve decided to bring along Stiles to end their tormenting. He’d play along as my ‘boyfriend’ and I’d be left alone once and for all.

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Lol and apparently Lilywhisker, some poor random WindClan cat is also in the DF bc she “was angry that bc of her leg she was ‘useless’ and couldn’t accept her fate” despite the fact that never in TR she never did anything that implied that she was so super bitter about it that she deserved to go to cat hell but okay


“it’s a fool’s errand they’re sending us on, and all of you accepted it like the fools you are. I’d love to lie and say that It’s been an honor serving with you, but I only lie to the people I’m trying to get in my bed, and I don’t like any of you even a fraction as much as I have to for that

fashionlive15  asked:

Hi how are you?? , I wanted to request a sirius imagine where is best friends with the reader and start dating but he hurts her and she after feeling awful start haging with lucios and his gang , and then sirius goes crazy for jealousy and because his worry about her and them changing her

@fashionlive15 I am very well thank you very much! <3

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Pairing: young!sirius black x reader

Requested: obv

Warnings: mild swearing

Word count: 1892

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7 YA Side Characters That Totally Need Their Own Book

Let’s admit it: no one can resist when a side character steals the show. There’s only one problem…they leave you wanting more. In honor of these irresistible personalities, we’ve rounded up the 7 that 100% need their own story!

1. Tiny Cooper from Will Grayson, Will Grayson

Are you prepared for life-altering news? 

TINY COOPER DOES HAVE HIS OWN BOOK. Never have you wanted to get inside the head of a huge, autobiographical musical-making, football playing high schooler so much, and now you can.

2. Despina from The Wrath and the Dawn 

Even though we’re diehard Shazi fans, we have to admit we want more from the witty handmaiden who called her a brat in the Caliph’s palace.

3. Hassan from An Abundance of Katherines 

Colin’s hilarious best friend Hassan is the one who convinces Colin to go on his life-changing road trip, and WE’D love to go on a road trip through Hassan’s mind.

4. Helene from An Ember in the Ashes

If you didn’t think “I wish I could be such a badass female soldier surrounded by only men at this ruthless academy,” you’re doing it wrong.  

5. Josh from Anna and the French Kiss

Yes, Etienne is a dreamboat. But we we were equally impressed by his best friend Josh, who gets his own happily ever after with Isla!

6. Tim Mason from My Life Next Door

When Nan Mason’s troubled brother Tim started to grow as a person and into our hearts in My Life Next Door, we were instantly hooked. Now, he’s getting his own story in The Boy Most Likely To, coming out August 18!

7. Bee from the Rebel Belle Series

Bee is the best friend we wish we had: ready to store your lip gloss AND your dagger in her purse when necessary. 

Which characters do you wish would get their own story? 

10 YA Books That Will Make You LOL In Public

Those who laugh longer, live longer. So consider these books an adequate substitute for exercise, because they’ll keep you in stitches! 

1. Trouble is a Friend of Mine by Stephanie Tromly

Between Zoe Webster’s clever wisecracks (think Veronica Mars) and her new brilliant yet annoying acquaintance Digby’s irresistible commentary, you never knew a missing persons investigation could make you laugh so hard.

2. The Truth Commission by Susan Juby

Everyone knows Normandy Pale as the sloth-like, vacant blob in her older sister’s bestselling comic series, and even though your heart bleeds for her at times, the candid way she describes her life (even in the footnotes) keeps you too busy in stitches to be sad for long.

3. Paper Towns by John Green

A big round of applause for best friend Ben’s ability to keep things hilarious even when Quentin’s obsessing over Margot’s disappearance. Read Ben’s best lines here! 

4. Hold Me Closer by David Levithan

There are some voices that deserve their own book for the comedic value they add to humanity as a whole. Presenting the autobiographical musical written by huge football player Tiny Cooper!

5. Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie by David Lubar

High school would be a lot easier with a survival manual. This book is Scott’s, and it proves that the best lessons are learned through cracking up. And it continues on August 18th when the sequel, Sophomore Year and Other Oxymorons, comes out – start reading both here!

6. Firecracker by David Iverson

David Iverson knows hilarious – he’s written for New Girl and SNL, and the tragicomedy of Astrid Krieger delivers entirely. 

7. Mosquitoland by David Arnold

The best person to bring on a road trip is one who will make the time fly by bringing the laughs. And on 16-year-old Mim Malone’s 1000 bus ride, she does just that. 

8. Freshman Year & Other Unnatural Disasters by Meredith Zeitlin

Did you know this book showed up on season 1 of Orange is the New Black and Meredith Zeitlin’s equally-funny follow up, Sophomore Year is Greek to Me, showed up on season 3?

9. Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins 

Harper Price’s juggling of her identities as Southern belle and one in line of ancient guardians makes for the best kind of absurdity. And it only gets better in the sequel, Miss Mayhem!

10. The Shades of London series by Maureen Johnson

Even though Louisiana teen Rory is busy avoiding a killer who’s mimicking Jack the Ripper in London, her narration isn’t lacking in the humor department.

What YA books made you laugh out loud?