they always make my day!

Pretty Wreck

Author: @punkof-pop
Pairing: Theo Raeken x Reader
Warnings: Angst, smut, oral (m on f), teasing, sexual content (all towards the end)
Summary: Theo’s convinced he’s damaged goods and yoiu show him differently
A/N: 100% inspired by the song Pretty Wreck by Former Vandal and also a little bit by an interview Cody did about Theo (if I find it again, I’ll link it). Let me know what you guys think though. It always makes my day! Any feedback is good feedback. Also, shoutout to anyone that gets the Neck Deep reference.

Prompt list

Pack meetings used to be fun for you. You’d be able to hang out with your friends and find out what supernatural business was creeping around Beacon Hills, if anything at all. But, since Theo redeemed himself, Scott’s let him into the pack meetings. It’s not that you hated Theo, it’s that he always seemed to hate you. Before Hell, after Hell, he was always mean to you while you were nothing but nice to him until he tried to kill Scott but even then, you just kept your distance.

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For all the bad customers during the holiday season I always tend to have at least one interaction that makes my day. I was helping restock produce and dropped some tomatoes. This woman was standing there and immediately started helping me pick them up. She even had her little toddler help and she sang a clean up song while doing it. Cutest thing.


just two guys….bonding… i can’t believe this is my first contribution to this amazing show…

Hey, all.

Today is Trans Day of Remembrance (TDOR for short), so I wanted to take a few seconds to talk about that.

Today is a memorial for every trans person who has died in the past year due to hate. Whether it was as a victim of a hatecrime, the result of mistreatment by the medical system, the fault of the criminal justice system or law enforcement, or social pressures and self-loathing leading to suicide, today is the day that we’ve set aside to honor our dead. It’s a time for mourning and a time for reflection.

Being trans in society is a radical act. Living your truth as a trans individual, publicly or privately, disrupts the status quo. Not everyone will be able to understand you or your experiences. Living this way is draining. It’s scary. It’s isolating. But, and here’s the important part, you need to keep surviving.

To all of the trans youth out there: find your community. Take care of other trans kids. Protect each other and locate spaces where you can explore your own identities. If you feel safe, talk about your experiences. You’re the next generation. Be proud of your history and don’t be afraid to keep pushing for change.

To all of the trans adults: keep going. There are few things more exhausting than continuing to push against a society that has made clear that it doesn’t want you, but you need to keep pushing for yourselves and for your communities. Mentor younger trans people and help out where you can. Support other trans adults in their efforts to live an honest life. Keep on protesting, keep on writing to your congresspeople, keep on representing in every area of society.

To everyone who is mourning the loss of a loved one today: our thoughts and prayers are with you. Know that you are not alone. Take the time you need to care for yourself and to grieve. And, from the bottom of my heart, I am sorry for your loss. My inbox is open if you ever need someone to talk to.

Today, we mourn for every trans person who didn’t make it this far. Their lives were cut short due to injustice and prejudice. Tomorrow, we go back to fighting for equality and acceptance in the hopes that one day, we won’t have to mourn.

Here’s to TDOR and to every trans life we’ve lost. Here’s to a future where we no longer need a TDOR.

Keep surviving.



Boi, can you believe it’s already been a whole year since Horikoshi saved my life