Like most of their fights, it starts with Ethan.
Well, it actually starts with Stiles, because in contrary to popular beliefs that Ethan is the one getting him in trouble, Stiles makes his own decisions. It just so happens that Ethan is present more often than not when he makes what Derek refers to as the bad ones. He needs a scapegoat and would rather bark at Ethan than his own boyfriend.
That doesn’t mean he’s not upset with Stiles though.
"What were you thinking?" Derek mutters, leaning on the kitchen counter with hands gripping the edge. He hasn’t changed from work yet, still wearing the tank top that’s only white when it’s fresh out of laundry.
"You know exactly what I was thinking," Stiles argues, half wanting to get up from where he’s sitting by the table and approach Derek, half hoping to be left alone to finish his dinner in peace, "because you ask me this every single time."
#can I just cry all over this scene for a little bit#because when I saw it for the first time I remember my heart clenching at the beauty and sadness of it#both at the same time#and because this would’ve been the perfect out for Derek#I don’t think he was done in BH#and I’m glad he came back#but think about it for a minute#if Derek was to ever get out of Beacon Hills for good#and leave this town behind that’s caused him so much pain and holds all the heavy memories#it should’ve been like this#with Scott hoping he’d be better off somewhere else#because that’s all we want for him and that’s what Scott wanted for him too#excuse me while I cry#brotp: scerek (via zainclaw)
I’m not sure I’m a hugging person now.
I’m not sure you get a vote.