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joffersbaratheon:

chris argent + grief beard

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but what about heat saliva though?

marguerite26:

I was just filling in prompts for my sign up for Fall Harvest and this came to me. idk. anyway, you know that infamous moment in S1 with Scott’s goo-dripping fangs (which we found out later was actually KW Jelly)??? so now I need for heat-saliva to be a thing. Like instead of omegas with self-lubing asses, what if Alphas had special (and abundant) saliva during their heats where they could rim their heat partners to trigger a pseudo-heat. Something filled with sex-polleny stuff that would make their partner ~receptive~ to their knot. 

bet they would give awesome blowies too.(◡‿◡✿)

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Dylan O’Brien for Teen Vogue (september 2014)

Dylan O’Brien for Teen Vogue (september 2014)

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dspud:

i needed to punch my paranoia in the face and also practice drawing wolves so I took both of them out in one swing

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Cops aus

eternalsterekrecs:

(cops, deputies, detectives, take your pick)

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halesfire:

season four caps

But you’re still violent creatures.
Aren’t we all?

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wemightdietomorrow:

Word of the day.

wemightdietomorrow:

Word of the day.

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green-witch-uprooted:

crayonic:

For people who are actually interested in how viking music might have sounded, “Drømde mik en drøm i nat" (/I dreamt a dream last night) is the earliest music (and lyrics) known in Scandinavia preserved on the last page of the (~1200-1300) Codex Runicus as rune notes.

The song and melody is still known and used today in most of Scandinavia, as a sort of folk-standard. This version, deceivingly slow in the beginning, is presented as close to the original sound of the years 900-1000 as historians think they can come.

This song might have survived because it was a gigantic hit, like the viking’s very own “Billie Jean”. A total pop slayer that stayed around long enough for music notes to be invented.

The more you know.

Cool as hell

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hales-emissary:

Sterek AU - Ballet Company

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