i never thought i’d write the words “deeply evil carpet” but. seriously. what a deeply evil carpet that is.
And what you should do is to put this over an actual trap, like a hole in the floor so people will be like “Oh ha ha ha that’s soooo funny, it’s a rug!” And then fall through it.
are you satan
Can you imagine one day you buy this at a sale, and it’s cool, you’re gonna prank all your friends.
And maybe a little while later you look down and there’s some darker shape at the bottom of the stairs.
And gradually, this figure comes up the stairs and nothing you do can stop it, but you tell yourself it’s okay because it can’t get out.
Except maybe you wake up one night and the thing is standing on the top of the rug.
(Source: jrcbouillabaisse, via cupidsbower)
S4 Review 404
Re-watching S4 to date, and tracking the big themes.
I had this crack theory about Malia.
She might be a created by Stiles, she fits what he finds attractive before he lets go of Lydia…
Does that make Malia a Tulpa?
Curiously, Tulpa are described as follows:
"Tulpa (Tibetan: སྤྲུལ་པ, Wylie: sprul-pa; Sanskrit: निर्मित nirmita and निर्माण nirmāṇa; "to build" or "to construct") also translated as "magical emanation", "conjured thing"  and "phantom"  is a concept in mysticism of a being or object which is created through sheer spiritual or mental discipline alone"
and given that 3b just so conveniently brings up the Tibetan Buddhist concept of Bardo, it’s not outside the realm of possibility that Davis was inspired by another Tibetan Buddhist idea.
"“Once the tulpa is endowed with enough vitality to be capable of playing the part of a real being, it tends to free itself from its maker’s control."
There’s also the idea that the tulpa is linked to its makers’ life force. As it grows in strength, a malignant tulpa can draw that strength from its maker, weakening them.
So, it’s actually possible!
okay, but lets think about muggle-borns with Dilophosaurus patronuses and how badly that would freak out the purebloods?
he thought he was in a crime procedural and not on a hellmouth.
what kind of things would derek put on his MANNERS BANNER for hale’s primary school for werewolf children?
At my school, we use an acronym, which is on posters all over and the teachers go over it with the kids. It’s most effective with the tiny ones, but for werewolf preK-2nd, I’d…
Help one another
Opt for kindness
Work as a pack
Lead by example
It’s just too cute. Little fluffy-cheeked wolf cubs chanting along. “Teacher Hale, what’s an example?”
Anonymous said: Regina is Emma's grandmother. How fucked up are you?
Because it’s not fucked up a young teenager was forced into a marriage with someone who looks like her grandfather.
Not to mention he used to date her mom and was almost her father!
Actually, let’s break this down.
Regina spent approximately a year, maybe a little more, as a teenaged bride to a man old enough to be her father.
If you look at the way Young!Regina is portrayed, she’s obviously in her late teens. Young!Snow is ten, maybe eleven. You’re looking at an age disparity of maybe a decade AT MOST. Regina isn’t old enough to be a mother to a ten year old when she’s not even out of her teens.
And why don’t we talk about WHY she’s Snow’s mother. King Leopold is considerably older. What does he want with a teenaged girl?
And while I’m here, let’s rep the history side. It would have been expected that Leopold consummate the marriage in order to make it legal. In many historical courts, this consummation was performed with witnesses present.
So best case scenario, a teenaged Regina watches the man she love die horribly in order to free her up for a marriage to a man old enough to be HER father, who doesn’t love or particularly care for her, and who commits marital rape in order to ensure the marriage is legal.
Worse case scenario, all of the above, AND there’s witnesses in the room watching this happen to her.
Regina isn’t Snow’s mother, she’s the woman Snow’s father forced into marriage and raped.
I haven’t seen anyone else bring this up, but it really struck me when I was watching the episode:
Sheriff Stilinski says to Scott at the scene of the car accident, ”They’re still here. They’re still here.” Obviously the Beserkers emerged immediately afterwards, and that may be…
There’s also the correlation to kanima!Jackson in Raving saying “they’re here”, and Stiles getting that narrow-eyes considering look.
I think this is an ongoing thing.
Scott, that is blood money. Seriously. Those people that died? That money has their blood on it.
You keep it? You are disgusting.
It’s not like the money is miraculous manna from heaven. We KNOW who it belongs to.
We know where it was taken from (The Hale Vault), and who it belongs to (Derek Hale). Blood money or not, it HAS an owner.
Here’s what chaps my ass. Derek doesn’t use it, and with 117 MILLION, he doesn’t NEED it.
If Scott were as Lawful Good as he’s always portrayed to be, why wouldn’t he return the money? That’s what a Lawful Good would do; the right thing, even if it costs them.
(However, since Derek is actually a good guy who obviously thinks the world of Scott, I can see Derek handling the bills. I don’t know that he’d say anything, so much as just handle them, because he’s an emotionally constipated soggy duckling, but he’d do it, because in a pack, nobody goes hungry if the others can help it, and wild wolves have been known to bring back food and provide for those temporarily unable to do so for themselves. There’s an analogy to be made there).
So why don’t they return the money to Derek, and then, if Scott were actually so humble, or as LG as we’re told (but not shown), why not ask for help?
I can see /Stiles/ keeping the money, because he’s never really portrayed as particularly ethical, but Werewolf Jesus really should be holding himself to some higher standards here.
(And don’t even get me started on Stiles’ Eichen House issues. I could write you a legal brief on all the reasons they have just cause to sue Eichen House for damages and every single brick in reparations. Seriously.)