Karma Houdini: The character has done a number of things that deserve a karmic comeuppance, most importantly things that caused harm to the innocent. But when the time comes for the hammer to fall, that’s not what happens. At least, not on him. He doesn’t get what he deserves.
In a world in which the Hales are alive and healthy, Derek grew up to be a
very self-confidentkind of cocky college student who enjoys living life to the fullest and not denying himself simple pleasures; like drinking with his fratboy buddies, playing sports, or, you know, gangly, awkward, sarcastic and nerd-tastic teenagers who catch his eye. Stiles is just here to study, thank you very much. He’s not going to be distracted by unfairly good-looking, charming and kind of arrogant fellow students who think the world revolves around them. He’s not. Even when he discovers Derek isn’t half as dumb and a billion times nicer than he originally thought.
Except he sort of does fall into his bed, and Stiles swears, it was just to get Derek out of his system and off his back. Derek can stop following Stiles around now that he’s won whatever stupid bet he’d probably made that got Stiles on his radar in the first place, and Stiles can go back to studying in peace, without stupid fratboys chatting him up at every turn. It’s better that way. It didn’t even mean anything, really. So why the hell does it hurt so much?
Why does Stiles have a key to Derek’s loft
When Derek gives Stiles the spare key, there’s no ceremony involved. “In case it floods,” Derek says in explanation. “Just, I dunno. Check up on it every once in a while.” What goes unsaid is Scott has too much on his plate to add this menial task and I trust you to enter my safe space so use that trust wisely.
Derek turns to leave when Stiles near-shouts, “This is weird! Right,” he adds. Derek looks over his shoulder at him. “That you’re giving me a key to your place. Seems a little fast.”
Derek rolls his eyes and turns back toward the door. “Have a good night.”
Stiles will never admit how many times he went over to Derek’s loft in the intervening weeks since Derek’s disappearance. Sometimes he goes over when the landlord calls about leaky pipes or an odd sound. Sometimes he goes over when he has a hard time sleeping. Sometimes he goes over when he misses Boyd and Erica. Going to Derek’s place has become so normal that when Derek does finally come home, the whole place reeks of teenage boy and Stiles Stilinski.
"Thanks for checking up on the place," Derek smiles from the doorway of his bedroom. Stiles is half-asleep (well, now fully awake) in Derek’s bed.
"This seems fast," Derek continues. "You being in my bed and all."
"You started it!" Stiles squawks, and Derek puts a single knee down into the mattress. Stiles’ face reddens. "With the. The key." Derek can see Stiles’ mouth open slightly, like he wants to say more but he also physically can’t, not while Derek is stalking toward him across the bed. "What is happening right now?"
"I gave you my key," Derek says softly.
"For…," Stiles trails off. Then his eyes open wide and Derek can almost see the lightbulb go off above his head. “You actually gave me a key to your place for sex?”
Derek peels off his jacket. “I dunno. I’m not great at this sort of thing.”
"Shut up, shut up,” Stiles hisses, scrambling forward and kissing him soundly. “Scott is never going to believe this.”
"I swear to God if you tell Scott about this via text I’m going to change my locks," Derek groans, falling backwards into bed with Stiles beneath him.
you were the last good thing about this part of town.
Billy Boyd (Pippin) stealing Sir Ian McKellen (Gandalf)’s tea and biscuits during filming for Return of the King.
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