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hey i'm victor, i'm french, and welcome to my multifandom blog (mostly teen wolf). member of stalia shipper club and malia stan club, shelley hennig is my queen. the author of my beautiful icon is maliastate/shelleyhennigsource 

scottmcdoll:

Stalia Week, Day Seven: Free Choice→ Alternate Universe

When teen actress Malia Tate (star of Desert Wolf, the critically acclaimed film adaption of Stiles’ favorite comic book) enrolls at BHHS, Stiles jumps at the chance to tutor her. Too bad he doesn’t know how to speak French or how to ask her out. Fortunately, with a little help from Stiles’ friends (and a nudge from Malia herself), the two finally settle into a romantic relationship that the media enjoys nearly as much as they do.

Team Arrow - #FoundryFridays


That’s what i want. The kind of love that makes you wanna believe in destiny. 

That’s what i want. The kind of love that makes you wanna believe in destiny. 

Especially for @lestarling Here’s some special #bts footage of gorgeous #shellyhennig / #malia from a promo we did that the show decided not to use #teenwolffans #teenwolfnation #teenwolfseason4 #makeupbytc #lovemyjob #lovemycraft x


a is for allison argent [x]

a is for allison argent [x]

Why is it always the man who is worthy of forgiveness for being a monster?


"I’m very shy,” O’Brien says. “I  wish more people believed me when I say that. Stiles is a version of me that rarely exists in the real world. He’s so confident and extroverted, and I’m much more restrained and internal.”

"I’m very shy,” O’Brien says. “I  wish more people believed me when I say that. Stiles is a version of me that rarely exists in the real world. He’s so confident and extroverted, and I’m much more restrained and internal.

jameskirk:

I like you, Stiles. I like you a lot.

"Perched atop a high mountain on the other side, its windows sparkling in the starry sky, was a vast castle with many turrets and towers." - Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone

Nous  p r o t è g o n s  ceux qui  n e  peuvent pas se  p r o t è g e r  eux  m ě m e s

W e  p r o t e c t  those who c a n n o t  protect  t h e m s e l v e s.