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Hi. Mette, 20 (wft when did that happen?!). Danish origin, English speaking. Here way too much. Avid obsessor of Glee and Teen Wolf. Technically a multi-fandom blog, but it's mostly those two shows and their actors. I live a Chris Colfer and Dylan O'Brien appreciation life. I also write occasionally.



[reads summary of fic] THIS IS WHAT I WANT
[reads first 10 words of fic] this is not what i want

Best of Glee:
S02E11 The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

(Source: kpfun)

(Source: teen-wolf)


“If he was dead, there’d be a body,” Stiles insists.

“You’re holding the body,” Deaton tells him, as gently as you can say that type of thing.

But the wolf in Stiles’ arms is heavy and warm, panting and looking around the vet’s with bright, interested eyes.

“We can change him back,” Stiles says, tangling his hands in the wolf’s rough fur to heave the huge animal back onto his lap. “There’s a spell. Or we can find one.”

Deaton shakes his head. “Stiles, that’s not the problem. The witch severed the magic that made Derek a werewolf while he was fully transformed. When that magic was cut off, his human side was lost too; his memories, personality, knowledge - an animal brain can’t contain those things without supernatural assistance. It is not Derek. Not in any way you would recognize. Even if we could somehow undo the transformation and restore his human form, it still wouldn’t be him. The only intelligence he has now is that of a normal wolf.”

Deaton’s wrong. It can’t be true. Stiles feels his chin trembling, but he won’t break down. Crying would make this real.

“I don’t mean to be cruel,” Deaton says, softly. “But you need to understand. The man you married is gone.”

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Formed shortly after the Kalmar Union in protest against Durmstrang’s growing acceptance of the Dark Arts, the Scandinavian Academy for Sorcery Studies is situated in an undetectable location in Hinnøya for students predominantly from Denmark, Norway, and Sweden (and occasionally Finland, Iceland, and the Faroe Islands on account of their historical associations with the region) whose parents preferred for them to be educated in a more sympathetic environment. There is a large heated bubble on the outskirts of campus created for astronomy studies (by far the most popular academic stream at the school) where students can observe the night sky with an unobstructed view. A particular branch of divination correlating to celestial patterns and the movement of stars is studied intensively, and students occupy a large portion of their time speculating various outcomes of the alignment of stars and planets (overheard in the halls: “If Venus and Jupiter had been two degrees closer, I guarantee you I would have found that rogue troll already. The planets have not been helpful lately.”).


Disney’s Sleeping Beauty (1959)


Some authors could really use a “plot twist limit” or a “you’ve killed too many characters already” notification you know

(Source: af-fluent)