giveaway prompt fill for forthesakeofyourwolvelihood
Derek takes Cora to the cheapest, most rundown diner in his neighbourhood, because she deserves it. She’s been bothering him about his love life for days now, while squatting on his couch and eating all his food. He doesn’t care that she says he owes her a nice meal for making sure he didn’t go out of his mind studying for his finals. He paid for his coffee himself, so it doesn’t really count. Reminding him that he needs to eat and sleep and shower isn’t really that much of an effort; that takes, like, five minutes every day. She doesn’t deserve a three-star restaurant.
She doesn’t, no matter how much of a stink-eye she’s giving him right now.
"Really, Derek?" she asks derisively, eyeing the shabby exterior of Coach’s Diner with disdain. “Really?”
"This dump looks like you get food poisoning just by looking at the food.”
She’s….kinda right. From the outside, the diner looks dirty and run down, and honestly, like tetanus waiting to happen. The windows are half-covered in graffiti where they aren’t splashed with plain old dirt, the sign looks like it’s one strong gust of wind away from falling on someone’s head and the people going in and out don’t really look like the most respectable crowd. Well, half of them are probably just poor college students and mostly harmless, but not exactly the most respectable kind. Derek’s never been inside, in fact, he’s always given it a wide berth, but he doubts it’s any better on the inside. Which is absolutely perfect, really.
Revenge is oh so sweet.
"Don’t judge a book by its cover," he says and pushes the door open.
Cora takes one glance at the interior - chairs that look like they’re gonna collapse, cut up upholstery in nearly every booth and tables that gleam with grease - and raises a very judgemental eyebrow.
Derek ignores her, finds the cleanest table, because he might be mean but he’s not crazy, and sits down. Cora slides in opposite of him, and keeps glaring at him until a waiter approaches their table.
Well. ‘Approach’ isn’t the most fitting term, Derek thinks. He skids, maybe because of the slippery floor, and only barely catches himself before barrelling into their table, arms flailing in an attempt to keep his balance. It looks oddly smooth, though, like it’s not the first time he’s done this.
"Welcome to Coach’s Diner,” he chirps. “I’m Stiles, how can I help you today?”
3x21: The Fox and The Wolf - ”I’m not gonna be the first wolf to run from a fox.”
because some men aren’t looking for anything logical, like money. they can’t be bought, bullied, reasoned or negotiated with.
As we are floating in the blue
I am softly watching you
Oh boy your eyes betray what burns inside you
Favorite Achievement Hunter Let’s Play moments (22/∞)
Thought I’d try Officer Stilinski since I did Officer Hale last time…
Happy: happy - best coast
Love: you give love a bad name - bon jovi
Hate: hate - cat power
Light: don’t be light - AIR
Dark: afraid of the dark - ejecta
Good: goodnight and go - imogen heap
Bad: bad news - kanye west
Smile: smile like you mean it - the killers
Cry: crystal blue persuasion - tommy james & the shondells
Girl: psychotic girl - the black keys
Boy: kill my boyfriend - natalia kills