the stars are falling like rain

thepuckingpoet asked: The One Where Chandler Gets Caught

felicitysmock:

"Hey, Stiles says he’s running late, got caught up at the mall getting Christmas presents for Derek."

Scott rolls his eyes, glares at his muffin, “Every year, he gets the best gift for Derek, and I look like the chump brother that isn’t thoughtful enough.”

"Maybe one year you could give us actual presents instead of making donations on our behalf to the museum," Lydia suggests sweetly.

"I like them," Allison insists loyally, and Scott beams at her. "It makes me feel like I’ve done something good, you know, saved an old relic for another year."

Scott’s happy smile dies, and he scowls, “Ha ha.”

Allison winks at him over her coffee cup, glances out of the window. “Hey, isn’t that Stiles?”

They all look up to see Stiles and a pretty blonde woman walking down the sidewalk. Stiles is talking animatedly, and the woman is laughing. At one point they stop, and she reaches out, tugs something out of his hair. Stiles’ eyes crinkle as he smiles down at her.

It’s a fond look. 

"He lied to us," Lydia states flatly, "Why would he—"

"I don’t believe it,” Erica murmurs, watching with wide eyes as Stiles kisses her on the cheek, helps her into a cab. “Nope, not happening. I saw them this morning. Derek had a hickey for god’s sake.”

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rainbowrites:

zavocado:

That last parallel always kills me.

Tell me they aren’t endgame. I dare you.

For all their differences, at the core the Hummels both have a spine of steel and a golden heart.

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green-satan:

milkybabie:

I was in love with this boy once so I started to beat him up everyday but people thought we were rough housing bc boys can’t like each other and one day I was like “dude I like you a lot but I can’t cope with my feelings so I beat you up im sorry” and he was like “dude that’s really chill we can hold hands if you want??? Btw you have really good punches.” And that’s the story of how I had my first boyfriend

that was wild from start to finish

(via maxxenimilian)

One of the best stories I’ve ever been told, um, I was told a story about a little boy with autism named Spence, who thinks when people are speaking in lower tones that means they’re mad at him, and so he really really relates to me and looks up to me because I have a high pitched voice so he thinks I’m happy all the time. And, um, that type of story, when you’re affected people like that…I mean, how can you be mad at your voice when it’s affecting kids like that? I get a little choked up thinking about it.

—Chris Colfer (via lehnsherres)

(via salfblog)