the cellar window

The Button

Request: *squeals* The x Hercules fic was so cute! I literally felt my insides melt 💓 I know you’re busy, but if you can, can you do a crackfic reader x HamilSquad with “it could be worse”, “it looks like we’ll be trapped for a while”, “the sign said not to push it, so naturally I had to push it”? Merci beaucoup, mon cher~ 😘

TW: I don’t think any but let me know if there is one.

A/N: I wasn’t really sure how to approach this one but I had a lot of fun writing it! Don’t be afraid to send me a request my ask box is open!!! Love y’all tons <333


Walking around New York City with your friends on a Sunday with beautiful weather was generally an ideal situation. You always enjoyed being friends with the lovable yet eccentric Alex, turtle-loving John, everyone’s favorite Frenchman Lafayette, and Hercules the not so Greek hero who had a heart of gold. However there were some days you wished that being friends with them was slightly more normal.

It all started out perfectly ordinary. The five of you were walking down some sidewalk or other when Alex stopped, his eyes lit up like Christmas lights. “Oohh! What’s this?” he squealed. He pushed past you and ran towards a platform with a big red button on it.

The five of you all crowded around the platform curiously. “I’m gonna touch it!” Alex announced and reached out to slam his palm down on the button. Before contact was made, Hercules had grabbed his arm.

“Alex,” he chided, “it says do not. So do not.” Herc was always the reasonable one in your group.

“But Hercules,” Lafayette whined, “I want to see what it does. His thick French accent mingled with his forced baby voice made him almost impossible to understand a word he said.

“Laf, as curious as we all are don’t you think it could be… I don’t know… dangerous?” you asked.

“Dude it’s probably just one of those reverse psychology things to make you press the button,” John said nudging Alex’s hand over the button again.

“My point still stands: do not press the button,” Hercules said and shook his head.

“I’m gonna push it,” Alex repeated and slammed his hand down onto the button. This was met by cries of objection from Herc and you as well as cheers from John and Laf. The minute Alex’s hand met the offending button, the ground opened up beneath you dropping you into a cellar with no windows. The five of you crash landed into piles of hay on the ground.

Hercules turned to Alex and grumbled, “I told you not to hit that button”

“Well I’m sorry! The sign said not to push it so naturally I had to push it.” Alex attempted to defend himself. (It wasn’t going too well).

John was running around and pushing on the walls trying to move them. He even tried jumping up to hit the ceiling but it was too high for him to reach. “It looks like we’ll be trapped here for a while” he groaned giving up on finding an escape route.

“Mes amies, I have no cell reception in this dungeon,”  Lafayette cried reaching his phone up to the sky. “How will we call for help?!”

“Laf, stop panicking. We’ll get out,” you said. You then turned to Alex. “Since you’re the genius who got us in here you’re going to use that brain of yours to get us out. Start thinking, Hamilton.” You concluded your spiel with a light smack on the back of Alex’s head.

He winced and gave a shy smile. “You know, it could be worse…” he mumbled.

“How could anything be worse than this?!” Lafayette wailed, his dramatic side was coming out.

“We could be here with Jefferson,” Alex said with a smug smile, thinking that he had won.

There was a pause of silence before Herc, John, Laf, and you all yelled, “SHUT UP ALEX.”

Alex scooted away and threw his hands in the air, “Okay! Okay! Sorry! Thinking now!”

“You better be.”

Pretty Little Clown

Clowns have been hidden in scenes throughout Pretty Little Liars. The clowns always make me think of Boo Boo’s Ice Cream, whose logo was a clown.

In Season 5, the tracking symbol on Mona’s laptop lead the girls to Boo Boo’s Ice Cream Factory. A locked Aria and Spencer in a freezer. Emily eventually rescued them, but not before they left their fingerprints all over the factory.

We then see  A walking around the factory with a flashlight. 

Emily was obsessed with eating these Freeze-Dried Almonds, which were Boo Boo’s

A screw driver with the name Boo Boo’s Ice Cream was found in Mona’s house after her murder. It was shown being analyzed by the police in the picture below.

The name reminds me of Boo Radley, from To Kill a Mockingbird.  They have used names from this book before, i.e. Radley Sanitarium. Which made me think the ice cream place could be linked to him as well. So what does this mean?

For those of you haven’t read To Kill a Mockingbird, Boo Radley is a man who lives in an old house in the neighborhood. He never comes out and no one has seen him for years. He has a horrible reputation in the community, due to rumors being spread about him. The children of the town view the house as ‘haunted’ and that Boo is a dangerous monster. In reality, he is just a lonely man that had been through some bad things in his life. He inevitably saves the two main characters in the book from someone trying to kill them. The children come to understand Boo’s choice of staying inside alone all the time, because the world and the people in it are vicious.

Makes me wonder if this is a clue about A’s identity. Is he/she a person that has secluded themselves from society due to something bad happening in their past?

It is kind of hard to see, but the logo for Boo Boo’s is a CLOWN. 

Clowns have been shown so many times on this show, usually linked to A.

When Ezra’s son Malcolm was kidnapped by A, Aria later finds him sitting eating an ice cream cone. 

There have been many clowns in A’s lair:

The Great Charlemagne was a clown.

And we can’t forget the infamous episode where the clown turns towards Aria.

And then in this weeks episode, I noticed a clown in Dr. Cochran’s room.

It looks like there may be a whiskey bottle in there. It is interesting to note that Dr Cochran’s daughter said the way to get in to see him would be to bring him whiskey, and we have seen A with whiskey bottles on multiple occasions.

We also know that whiskey is Ezra’s drink

And Mr. Hastings has been seen drinking it.

And Wren orders it for Spencer.

And all these bottles of whiskey were put on Jason’s front porch by A:

I have always thought that A is someone with a deformity, maybe they feel like a clown and that’s why they hide under masks and hoods, and feels like they cannot live in society like everyone else, so he/she tortures the girls for living a life he/she never could.  This could potentially link back to Boo Radley living in isolation.

I think all the clowns shown are a representation of the real CHARLES (I don’t think CeCe is Charles). He/she sees themselves as a freak.

This mask is similar to a clown, with the red and white face.

So is the Queen of Hearts costume (which we know is relevant because Mona was holding the QoH card in Radley) 

It’s possible that the Qoh is the real A, Mona’s leader.

Had to throw the next picture in, just because I would love it if Aria was A.

All the clowns made me think of the book IT by Steven King. 

IT by Stephen King is a novel about friendship and the magic of childhood. The novel centers around seven core characters, friends who bonded as children during a summer of darkness. Twenty-seven years later, they reunite to fulfill a promise made that terrible summer. Evil lives under their hometown and, for some reason they do not understand, these seven have been destined to bring an end to the terrible cycle of death and destruction. These friends fought It once before, but now It is back, and they must end the evil for good. 

  • PLL is also about friendship and being tortured by an unknown entity for years.

IT is a unknown mythical creature in the book, but he is usually shown as a CLOWN. When the group of friends were kids, they were tortured by IT and IT killed people in the town. The book begins with Mike, who is a head librarian, calling all his friends from that summer, and asking them to come back to town, Derry, to try to fight this evil that has started up again. The book goes back and forth from the friends returning in present day, and flashbacks from that summer IT tortured them as kids.

  • In PLL, five years have passed since CeCe was put in Welby, and no one has bothered them since. They have all moved out of Rosewood. But then Ali calls them all to come back, and the game starts again.

One of the characters, Stan, in the book is found dead in a BATH TUB before he can go back to Derry.

When the group of friends come together 27 years later to try to fight the evil that has been terrorizing Derry, hardly any of them can remember things from that summer. 

  •  The liars couldn’t remember parts of THAT night when Ali went missing but started to have flashbacks over time.

One of the friends, Ben, walks into a bar in Nebraska and drinks whiskey when he notices a scar on his belly he had forgotten he had. Ben is afraid to go back to Derry.

  • The first time we ever see Ezra, he is in a bar drinking whiskey
  • Remember the Scar on Ezra’s belly from being shot by Shana?
  • This also reminds me of the scar on Ali’s leg. I don’t believe the story she used as an explanation was true.

Eddie, a hypochondriac, is packing every drug in his medicine cabinet to bring to Derry. Mike’s call has left Eddie confused and scared, but he knows he must return to Derry.

Beverly is awakened in the middle of the night by Mike’s call. Beverly begins to pack while still on the phone. Tom, Beverly’s husband, beats her.

Bill is a popular novelist. Bill is in England when he gets the call. Bill tries to explain things to his wife, but cannot remember enough to explain why he needs to go back to Derry. Bill has begun to stutter, something he has not done since he was a child, and this frightens his wife, Audra.

  • Bill being a novelist of course makes me think of Ezra. Also his wife’s name is Audra, which is similar to Aria.
  • He lives in England and there is some sort of unexplained connection to France/London in PLL.

When they were kids, Ben, Eddie and Bill built a dam that was highly advanced for their age and experience thanks to Ben’s eye for construction. 

Mr. Nell, a local beat cop, tells the boys they have to dismantle the dam.

The friends start to have flashbacks from that summer (just like the PLL girls started having flashbacks of that night). Bill tells them that when looking through his brother Georgie’s photo album, he sees a picture wink at him. 

Eddie tells them a story about how he went to the train yards, as he often did, one weekend that summer. 

  • We have seen trains around Aria multiple times
  • It was on the Halloween train that she wrote her name on the window with the letter A like ‘A’ does.
  • Aria & Ezra played with the train set with Malcolm 
  • There is a train set in Charles playroom in the Dollhouse

Eddie said he was walking past a house on Neibolt Street, and saw a leper. A few days later, Eddie returned to the house and went under the porch to peek inside the cellar windows. A leper climbed out of the windows and began to chase him. Eddie knew there was something alien about the leper as he saw orange pom poms, like a clown would wear, on its clothes.

  • We know A used to hide under the DiLaruentis’ porch.
  • And that Jessica had a lair in a storm cellar.

Ben has a similar story. Ben was walking home from school late one winter day. When Ben was crossing the canal, he saw the mummy from a movie he had seen recently walking on the ice. The mummy was holding a bouquet of balloons that appeared to float against the wind. 

  • A red balloon was tied to the letter Charles sent Jason

When they were young, the boys were bullied by a kid named Henry Bowers. 

  • I think its interesting that the story surrounds a bully, since Ali was the school bully…

Days later, Bill tells Richie he wants to investigate the house on Neibolt Street. . Bill and Richie crawl under the porch and enter the cellar. Richie sees a werewolf come down the stairs. The werewolf chases the boys into the coal chute where Bill lifts Richie up to try to escape through the window. As Richie is trying to get the window open, he can hear Bill screaming at the werewolf and firing his father’s gun. Richie climbs out the window and reaches back to help Bill. Just as Bill is about to come out the window, the werewolf grabs his leg. Richie manages to get Bill out, but the werewolf is not far behind. 

  • This is similar to the Halloween episode where Ali plans the pretend attack on the girls in the house.

Richie blows sneezing power at the werewolf, which gives him and Bill enough time to reach Silver, Bill’s bike. The werewolf comes after Bill and Richie as Bill attempts to get the enormous bike moving. The werewolf manages to grab Richie once, but somehow the two boys make it to a populated area without being injured.

  • This reminds me of all the times A has tried to kill the girls and they have barely gotten away with their lives.
  • The mention of the bike makes me think of Ezra because they always show a bike in his apartment
    • From now on when your watching PLL, look for a bike in Ezra’s apartment; its always there
  • Watch this GIF carefully, you’ll see a bike in the left corner

Maybe this is silly, but seeing Ezra on a bike always makes me think of…

The Wicked Witch of the West! Anyway back to the story..

One of their friends, Beverly, is in her bathroom preparing for bed when she hears voices coming from the sink drain. Beverly bends over and speaks to the voice, thinking it must be a child playing in the building’s basement. Suddenly, blood erupts from the drain, splattering the bathroom. Beverly screams, bringing her father into the room. However, Beverly’s father cannot see the blood. The next morning, the blood is still there, but Beverly’s mother cannot see it either. When both her parents have gone to work, Beverly goes and finds Richie, Ben and Stan. Beverly takes them to her apartment and shows them the blood. They can see it. Richie, Ben and Stan help Beverly clean up the bathroom. Afterward, Richie, Ben, Stan and Beverly go to a Laundromat to clean the rags. While they are waiting, Stan tells them how he was bird watching in Memorial Park and was nearly attacked by two dead teenagers in the Standpipe.

  • This entire scene reminds me of a few things in PLL
  • The girls find Ian’s dead body hanging in the bell tower, but when they return he is gone.

  • Remember when Spencer was in the Dollhouse and she saw blood on her hands? In the coming attraction for tomorrows episode (8/23/16), it looks like A has sent Spencer video of herself in the Dollhouse and it doesn’t look like their is blood on her. Was she imagining it just like Beverley?

  • And then there was the blood incident in her bag… 

Mike takes the group of friends out to lunch and tells them that the murders have started again. In a message found near the body of the last victim, the words ‘come home’ are written over and over in the victim’s blood. 

  • Anytime the girls tried to leave Rosewood, A would threaten them

Everyone agrees that it has begun again even though they cannot really remember what it might be. The waitress comes in with fortune cookies for dessert. When they begin to crack open the cookies, strange things come out. Ben’s has teeth, Eddie’s a cricket, Richie’s an eyeball. However, they are the only ones who can see these things.

  • The teeth reminds me of the A note that said “Dead Girls Cant Smile”

After lunch, Mike suggests that everyone take a walk around Derry alone and then meet at the library after closing for another discussion. Ben goes to the library during his walk, a place where he spent a great deal of time as a child. He runs into the clown, Pennywise, there.

  • This makes me think of the BREW 

Eddie goes to the field where a group of kids always played ball when he was a child. Eddie is nearly killed by the walking corpse of an old acquaintance. 

Richie walks downtown to Bassey Park and is pounced upon by the giant statue of Paul Bunyan. Beverly returns to the apartment where she and her parents lived only to find Pennywise waiting for her in the form of an old woman. 

The group of friends call themselves The Losers Club. 

  • This reminds me of the group of people -lead by Mona and Melissa- that wanted to torture Ali because she bullied them in school. They were literally the ‘losers’ in school- The Loser Club.

A few days later, the Losers began planning and building a clubhouse in the Barrens. They had wanted to build a treehouse, but Ben came up with the idea of digging a clubhouse out of the soft ground, creating a place hidden from outsiders. 

  • A built a Dollhouse underground…

While Mike is cleaning up, Henry Bowers (the bully) enters the library and attacks him with a knife. Mike is mortally wounded, but manages to wound Bowers, as well. Bowers leaves the library and goes to the hotel where the Losers are staying. Bowers goes to Eddie’s room and attacks him. Eddie manages to fight back and gets the better of Bowers, stabbing him in the belly with a broken Perrier bottle. Eddie calls Bill, and he makes the decision that they must return to the underground tunnels immediately.

The friends eventually kill IT once and for all by working together. When everything is over, all of them begin to lose their memories of the event. 

Bill stays in Derry with his wife, who is in a catatonic state as a result of seeing IT. The story ends with Bill taking her for a ride on Silver (the bike). Somehow, this ride brings his wife- Audra (really similar to Aria) out of her catatonic state.

I know many of these connections are a stretch, but it has always been something I thought about when I see a clown on PLL, so I thought it would be fun to get it all down in a post.

Hope you all enjoyed! Thanks so much for reading :)

anonymous asked:

can you write a sequel to the KBTBB hc about the mc nearly getting raped but in their POV?

Sure thing! Read the other headcon here!

Eisuke: Eisuke was paging you for what felt like hours now. Getting fed up, he checked your schedule to see where your were cleaning and made his way to you. Walking through the hallways and greeting guests along the way, he was shocked when he heard you call out to him, “Eisuke!” His blood ran cold, not even second guessing if he heard right, and ran to you as fast as he could. Getting to the room he saw you only in your underwear, kicking and failing in another mans arms. Clearly he wanted a one way ticket to hell. Eisuke quickly pried the two of them apart, knocking the man unconscious and gathering you up in his arms, “Are you ok?” He asked, scanning your body. She nodded and fell against his body, sobbing. Reaching for his cell phone, he made one quick call. That was all he needed to send someone to their own hell. 

Soryu: Soryu had been trying to contact you for two hours now, and was getting worried. Having Inui pinpoint your location through your phone, he found that you were at a abandoned warehouse in another groups territory. He felt his whole world stop as he rushed to where you were, hoping he wasn’t to late. Soryu through caution to the wind when he finally arrived at the warehouse, running inside to find you tied to a bed naked and another man on top of you, he wasted no time ending his life as a single bang erupted in the now quiet room. Once gravity did the work and pulled the man off of you, Soryu ran to your side and untied you while helping you get dressed. “Did he…do it Khim?” He asked nervously, fearing he had not been there to save you, to protect you. Khim shook her head as she fell into his arms. He held her tight and vowed to destroy the rival gang and protect you more.  

Baba: He was confused. One minute you both were walking hand and hand down the shopping center streets, parting ways for a brief second. Another he saw Khim being kidnapped right before his eyes. His thoughts were frantic as he finally found where they took you, and he though it was to late. He heard her screams through the opened cellar window and raced over, jumping through to see you, naked from the waste up and tears in your eyes, being pinned under another man not you. Angry, he jumped in and knocked the man clean off of you and unconscious as he grabbed your clothes and helped you escape quickly. Once outside, he pulled her in close, “A-are you okay Khim!?” He asked, tears threatening to spill. As they raced through the woods together he vowed he would never let this happen again.

Ota: Ota was at his limit waiting for you outside his studio when he decided to page you. He thought he heard the faint chime from a little while away and decided it wouldn’t hurt to go look. Casually walking towards the noise as it grew louder and louder, he heard your scream, “Ota!” His legs reacted before he could and in seconds he saw it. You, pinned up against the side of a building about to be raped. He quickly jumped on the man, and out of rage punched his face until blood smeared his hands and the ground. It took Khim’s soft touch to ease you back to reality and your priorities. Looking at Khim, he pulled her close, “Please tell me your ok. Your ok right?“ He asked, almost afraid for the answer. When she nodded he breathed a sigh of relief and brought you home where he would make sure you were ok.

Mamoru: Why did you two argue? It was another night at home when the little arguments turned into Khim storming out of the apartment. Mamoru was contemplation going after her when he looked at the time. Regardless if she was a women, it was almost midnight and he was worried. Grabbing his coat and storming out to follow her, he knew should would try to throw off his path and went for the shortcut through the park. Walking quickly, he saw it briefly. You being pulled into the shadows of the park. His heart stopped as he felt time slow down, “Did I really just see…” He wondered as he quickly made his way over. Appearing at the bush, he was disgusted by what he saw, pulling the man off you and stabbing him with his own knife before pulling you back and away from it all. “I’m so sorry sweetheart. Let’s just go home now. Common up ya go.” He said, picking her up and walking back home, swearing to watch what he said around her later at night. Gosh how stupid was he?


Since I was a kid, I have loved The Three Musketeers.  My introduction to it was the same as my introduction to many other works of classic literature, through comic adaptations (pocket classics) and illustrated abridgements.  I watched many of the many film adaptations (it has been a lucky thing that half a decade rarely passes without either The Three Musketeers or one of its sequels, usually The Man in the Iron Mask, finds its way to the screen).  I felt that I knew the story well, and I did, but I had never read the entirety of the original Dumas novel.  I’d started it many times, but never gotten around to reading more than a third or so.

This was rectified over Christmas, when I read, and thoroughly enjoyed, the Richard Pevear translation, which I found far more captivating than the public domain William Barrow version that has been floating around for a century and a half. 

As is my wont, I found myself wanting to draw the characters whenever they and their garments were described.  So I highlighted every physical description given throughout the book as I read, and used those, and my general impressions of the characters, to take a stab at designs.  Some of these were especially fun because of the disconnect between the descriptions and the general casting decisions usually applied to film adaptations.  Milady, for instance, is often played by waifish actresses, but in the prose she is described as quite tall and well-built (which, in the eras of both Dumas AND the Musketeers whose adventures he weaves, means broad and meaty), missing a specific tooth, and with a countenance that puts off palpable vibes of animal fury.  Aramis is described as being downright prissy, and his mannerisms and rosy-cheeked downy countenance seem better suited to Kurt from Glee than Charlie Sheen or Jeremy Irons.  He’s also very young – Aramis is 22 or 23, and Athos, near 30, is the oldest of the group, meaning that Porthos, who is described in the book as very tall but whose iconic burliness is without literary precedent, could be any age older than D’artagnon (20) and younger than Athos.  I put him squarely in the middle, at about 26.  And D’artagnon, though clearly young, is lacking in the softer features usually present on the actors that play him.  Dumas describes him as having “a long, brown face; prominent cheekbones, a token of shrewdness; enormously developed jaw muscles… nose hooked but finely drawn.” 

Some folks will likely take issue with my decision to make some of the characters people of color, assuming acquiescence to political correctness over historical accuracy.  But France (and a lot of Western Europe) in the 1620s was a very ethnically diverse place.  As Milady’s servant who carries her pillow to mass is black, it seems just as likely that her maid is, too.  Rochefort (the man from Meung) is described in two different sections of the book as being “dark skinned” and “very pale,” which is difficult to reconcile unless you accept that he is likely light-skinned black. 

My favorite characters to draw were my favorite characters in the book, and those were the three musketeers’ lackeys.  Grimaud, who the alcoholic Athos forbids to speak and with whom he only communicates with via looks and the occasional gesture and who, should he misinterpret the meaning of a glance, receives an emotionless beating at the hands of his master, is tragic and hilarious at the same time.  Bazin’s constant disappointment that Aramis is still a thug and not a priest is tragic and hilarious.  Mosqueton, with his lariat and the intimate knowledge of Mexican roping techniques that he uses to lasso bottles of alcohol from cellar windows, is just hilarious.  His origin story is the best of many wonderful anecdotes to be found throughout the book.

Two things that really struck me, so far as characters go.  First, D’artagnon on more than one occasion uses deductive reasoning more than once and with such uncanny ferocity that one would assume that the detective genre was already well codified by the time Dumas laid down his words.  Sometimes it’s determining the identity of a person based on their clothing, manner, physiognomy.  The most striking case, though, is when he forensically analyzes the caliber of a bullet, and by these means who likely fired it, by looking at a hole put into his hat by assassins hired to murder him.  I had a little bit of hope that not much had been written about Dumas’s clear contribution to the field of detective fiction (bear in mind that the passage was written in 1844, and while Poe’s Dupin was in print three years earlier, the deductive methods of Sherlock Holmes have much more in common with our Gascon swordsman than the Frenchman who hears hoofbeats and shouts “Orangatan!” which is just French for “Zebra,” after all), but there are enough essays out there to not bother with writing one myself.

The other point was how darn great a psychological villain Milady is.  She looks at people, figures out their weak spot, and immediately sets about exploiting it – in the case of Felton, turning the most pious, incorruptible man in England into a murderer and making him think it was his own idea.  Hannibal Lecter has nothing on the Countess de Winter.  The most telling and chilling acknowledgement of this is when two of the Lackeys are walking alongside her as guards.  Now, these are men whom their masters, the musketeers, repeatedly entrusted with their lives, so much so that there’s a scene in which each musketeer tries to vigorously explain why his lackey is the most stalwart, the most loyal, the most trustworthy, that he might be the one whom the musketeers entrust with a letter that, should it fall into the wrong hands, would mean death or ruin for many parties.  These guys are beyond any possible reproach.  But as they’re walking, Milady says two sentences to them, inaudible to the musketeers.  Here’s what happens:

Athos, who had heard Milady’s voice, came up quickly, as did Lord de Winter.

“Send these valets away,” he said.  “She has spoken to them; they are no longer trustworthy.”

Let that sink in for a second.  One of these valets is the guy who Athos earlier in the book regarded as the most stalwart and trustworthy of individuals, and Milady having spoken two sentences to him immediately eliminates in Athos’s mind everything we knew about his character.  And you know what?  Athos is right.  She is that good.  That terrifying.  I don’t know that I’ve ever read a character with more potential for menace, save maybe Enomoto in The Thousand Autumns, and Enomoto’s menace arises from his position.  Despite her title, Milady is rags to riches, over and over again – her capacity for manipulation and destruction arises entirely from her own abilities.  And she’s a tragic character, too – save for one instance that must have happened when she was probably twelve or thirteen (based on her age of sixteen sometime later, which is when she married Athos), an event for which she is blamed but whose circumstances outside of the cold facts of the event are a mystery to us, she is operating entirely out of justifiable revenge (unless you count the circumstantial charge of having murdered her English husband).  D’artagnon wrongs her big time, Athos wrongs her big time, and in neither instance is either faulted, though D’artagnon at least recognizes what a terrible thing he did and acknowledges that all of their sufferings and subsequent disenfranchisement with adventurous living was put into motion as a result of that crime. 

Anyway, so glad to have finally read it.  I may eventually draw octogenarian lawyer Monsieur De Coquenard in his wheelchair and the scraggly bearded biologist executioner, but I probably won’t.  Time, and all.

p.s. Felton’s boot toes are round because he’s a protestant.

Free the wolf || wereyoulonely


Stiles knew about the Lahey’s, of course he did, he was the sheriffs son and had heard his dad complain about Mr. Lahey plenty of time. So when one day Isaac Lahey stopped coming to school, and no one saw him anywhere everyone assumed his dad had taken the last step or that he’d run away.

The cops looked into it, but came up with nothing, in the end things calmed back down in less than two weeks. Until one night where Stiles was out running in the woods, hunting, digging and messing with the incredibly grouchy badger that lived not too far from the Lahey’s house. That was when he heard it, howling, whining, barking and scratching. Well, the fox just couldn’t keep away and crept into the back yard and nosed at the small cellar window, scratching at it a little.