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there's always hope: swingsetindecember: the most off-putting part of teen wolf 3a is...

swingsetindecember:

the most off-putting part of teen wolf 3a is hearing that the writers and jeff planned to kill off

  • deucalion
  • the twins
  • isaac

but had a change of heart because they adored their characters. and this leaves a sour taste in the mouth because of the female characters…

morgan-leigh:

teenwolf:

Cuties.

NO. NOT CUTIES. HAVE WE FORGOTTEN THE PART WHERE THIS DUDE MURDERED BOYD AND WREAKED OTHER HAVOC AND VIOLENT MAYHEM? NOTHING ABOUT THIS IS CUTE. IT IS GROSS.

Dude even worse is Cora helping the twins. What happened to her rage and need for revenge at Boyd’s death. This was some fucking bullshit.

beaconchills:

on a salty note:

Must Be Nice to Have a Penis: The Beacon Hills Edition

That whole scene in the empty white room made me think of the beginning of chuck with the intersect

It’ll also have an effect on the three of you. You won’t be able to see it, but you’ll feel it. Everyday for the rest of your lives. It’ll be kind of a darkness around your heart and permanent, like scar.

In season 1 and 2, Lydia was introduced as this stone cold girl who seemed to only care about her looks, boys, and grades. But in this season and especially in tonight’s episode, we’ve seen that all slowly fade away, and a new Lydia emerges. She’s finished with hiding and is ready to show real and pure emotion to the world. In tonight’s episode we saw, what we all could consider an extremely beautiful scene that speaks to many of us watching, that our scars are battle wounds don’t need to be hidden. Lydia could have easily covered it up with make-up or a sweater of some sort or jewelry even, but she didn’t. She chose to show it to the world - her neck covered in a dark red bruise from being choked - and she was okay with it. If anything, she wanted people to see that she was a survivor and that she fought, hard. If there’s one thing Lydia Martin can teach us, it is that you shouldn’t be afraid of people seeing your scars, but proud to show that you’re a survivor. 

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