open prof

marino-kun  asked:

Do you take prompt? What about Stiles having a secret crush on Derek but when saw him, taking care Scott's son, he fell in love.

I’m not much of a kid fic person, so this took me a while, but I tried. Hopefully it’s kind of what you were angling for!


“Do you think I’m ready for fatherhood?” Stiles asks, trying to keep the panic out of his voice. He’s not freaking out about this. He’s not.

Boyd says flatly, “Stilinski, you’re twenty-one years old. You’re supposed to know how to use a condom by now.“

Stiles’ hand spasms and he accidentally squirts a huge glob of ketchup on his mound of curly fries. Fuck. He has the ideal ketchup-to-curly-fry ratio down to a science, and this is not it. “No, absolutely not what I meant. It’s just. Did you know Derek had a kid?”

Boyd meditatively takes a bite of his burger. “No. But the nice thing about Derek is that he doesn’t go in for personal talk.”

Stiles shoots him a weird look. Of course Boyd would think that was nice. Stiles, though, has been trying to break down Derek’s walls even just a little bit for months now—sitting with him in class, sharing his notes, studying with him in the library and getting late-night waffles together afterwards, little by little pulling Derek out of his shell. He’d thought he was getting somewhere, but obviously not, not if Derek failed to mention this kid even existed.

Which he does. Stiles knows, because he can see him right now, over by Prof. Martin’s pool. Apparently his name is Jamie.

Keep reading


Prof. Lupin: Who knows what this is? 

 -Wardrobe trembles with suspiciuos creepy squeaking- 

Class: It’s a Boggart 

 Prof. Lupin: Exactly. Now, Neville first, wand ready. 

 The guy approaches warily the wardrobe, certain prof. Snape is going to come out. 

 -The wardrobe trembles harder. More terrifying sounds- 

 Prof. Lupin open the wardrobe Door. 

 The class holds its breath. 

 Neville gulps and…

 -In the closet appears a naked man with dark, long hair, all tied up and gagged-

Prof. Lupin quickly shuts the door: Ooops, sorry, wrong wardrobe…

Originally posted by lunasloveisgood

Pokémon in our Biomes: pt. 19 Open Oceans

“I’ve recently decided to make a series of posts with hypothetical thinking and analyzing of what Pokémon species could potentially be found in the world’s biomes. Not at all relative to the games, I will be focusing primarily of the elements, design, and relativity to real life flora and fauna of Pokémon to depict where different species would roam on our big blue marble.”

This will be my 19th Pokémon in our Biomes post, and this one will focus on the Open Ocean. Generally when we talk about open oceans we throw around the term pelagic zone. Much like the abyssal zone, the pelagic zone has its own specific characteristics that make it different than other oceanic zones. The difference of the pelagic zone compared to other zones is that it’s pretty much just water. No coral, no plant life, the pelagic zone encompasses everything from the surface of the water all the way down to just above the ocean floor, where the benthic and demersal zones lie respectively. 

The sheer vastness and openness of the oceans allow for some of the fastest, biggest, most migratory aquatic species. Because there isn’t much to offer in regards to nutrients and prey, pretty much all of the food chain in the pelagic zone starts with the bear essential: sunlight

Let’s get started!

Keep reading

Still Beating (Part 7)

For previous parts click here. Thanks for reading. x

Harry drove me to Evan’s dorm and helped me load up my possessions into his trunk. My stomach churned as he drove to his apartment. I was surprised at just how close it is to campus. It’s a slightly longer walk than the furthest dorm but of course Harry and Niall both drive everywhere. Niall isn’t there when we arrive, and I internally breathe a sigh of relief. I don’t feel emotionally stable enough to meet someone new right now.

“So, this is it,” Harry says as we step into his apartment.

Holding my breath, I walk into a dimly lit space with dark wood furniture and burgundy paint. It’s simply decorated, and surprisingly clean. There’s not many homey touches in the open space, just two couches that form an L-shape around the TV, a kitchen with a stainless steel fridge, a stove and a small table.

Keep reading

       “     ever seen a grown man cry over freshman english papers ?  give me a few more half assed reads & i’ll be there.   ”    exhaustion’s evident even with his comical take on grading papers,   features scrunch,   a resigned sigh leaving his lips.       “    it’s  annoying,  y’know  ?  i know they’re capable of so much more.   ”   spoken with all the sincerity of someone who truly believes it.

amaranthskies  asked:

Help I literally just got yelled at for being bad at piano in a practice room at school. My professors keep telling us that we all have to get better at piano so I've been learning more and I was playing autumn leaves and taking a solo and literally a prof opened the door and said if I'm a music major I should practice my major instead of "banging around on the piano" then saw my violin and said "wow you're a strings player too?" And Shook her head and walked away

you got mercilessly roasted

on the long list of small details skam pays attention to 

isak’s textbook is used!!! it’s the end of the semester so it’s not going to look brand new!! and it’s a small detail but when you see students in movies and shows they often carry these books that look like they just bought them, like no matter what time of the school year it is? and this is the type of little things you’re not necessarily meant to pay that much attention to, it doesn’t just stand out on its own but it’s a combination of all these little things that just makes the characters that much more relatable 

There are many guidelines for going outside. There are doors and road maps to guide us. But for going within, there is no map and there is no guide.
Just as the Upanishads say: „The bird has no path; where the bird flies is the path. The fish has no path in water; wherever it swims is the path.‟
Similarly, you have to dive within and find your path. None of the
scriptures can help you; none of the theoretical knowledge that you have will help you. You can achieve it by having complete faith in yourself.
How beautifully the bird flies! Does it worry about the path? Does the fish hesitate? Then why do we hesitate? Plunge within! My master Ramana always said: „Dive within, plunge within and go inwards.‟ Dive within with full faith in Bhagavan and you are sure to find the inner guru waiting for you with open arms.
—  Prof. G. V. Subbaramayya

anonymous asked:

I'm starting college tomorrow (pre-nursing) and I'm really starting to freak out. I feel pretty confident with all my classes except A&P. My professor is making it seem SO scary in her emails and on the syllabus. Any advice?

Hey, friend. Happy first day of school! A&P can be pretty rough because there’s so much info covered. So how do you remember it all? The easy answer is that you probably won’t, and that’s okay. Here’s my advice on remembering as much as possible:

1. Study your class notes some time before the next class.

2. Find a study buddy or two. Quiz each other, make flashcards, talk difficult concepts out. A friend and I drew on each other at least once. It was very effective, but we got a lot of funny looks ;)

3. Go to open lab if your prof has one. At my school, they’d open up the lab for a few hours each week and set out models and microscope slides, etc, and it was pretty helpful for a hands-on learner like me.

4. Annotate your notes and textbook (unless you have a rental, in which case, just take notes from the text).

5. Make a study guide with some friends. Each of you could take a chapter and come up with questions and answers to help the group. Put ‘em all together and take it like a practice test. Check your answers with the ones you and your friends found in the textbook and your notes. You can use that to determine your weaker areas and figure out what to spend extra time studying.

6. Relax. Eat some chocolate, do something fun, take your mind off A&P… You can do this. And you will.

Anyone else have some ideas?

First day of classes:

My first prof opened the class with a joke about serial killers.

My second prof opened the class with “ah. I forgot the syllabus” and proceeded to play Tame Impala loudly.

My third professor mumbled to himself in Hindi, occasionally laughing at himself, and yelled “MAKE TEAMS” about 20 minutes in.

My fourth professor opened with “This class sucks”