In the criminal justice system, supernatually-based offenses are considered really, really weird. In Beacon Hills, California, the dedicated detectives who investigate all this bizarre shit are Sheriff Stilinski and Derek ‘The Nose’ Hale (that guy, you know, the lurky one whose family died in a fire? Yeah it’s totally him).
These are their stories.
can we talk about how they’re sitting around with beer and take-out chinese but there are fucking candles lit like they don’t want to ruin the ambiance of this fine dining experience and Rhodey and Tony have the nerve to be dressed the fuck up in suits with ties for this shit
What if the end of A Song of Ice and Fire is like the movie Identity? What if everyone is really just Varys in a straight jacket?
It’s too hoooooot. I can not handle this.
I saw the hoooot and thought you were posting about owls.
I wish I was posting about owls. That’s a much better problem to have.
Is it?! JFC owls scare the shit out of me. Twisty heads. Knowing stares. Feathers that are feathers but not at all like bird feathers. SENTIENT SOMEHOW. Terrifying things.
okay so if pronouncing spells is so important in casting them correctly, how the hell does a student succeed at Hogwarts with an accent?
I’ve thought of this, too and I think it has something to do with the connection of the wand to the witch/wizard. Like how wands can respond to non-verbal spells… but then again… if pronunciation matters… IM STILL WAITING FOR NON-VERBAL SPELLS TO BE EXPLAINED TO ME.
Welp. This was unhelpful.