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a little something for Sterek Fest. werewolves are known au.
Stiles looks down the hall and sighs, pressing his toes against the floor, wondering how late Derek is going to be. It’s not like Derek doesn’t know they have a talk scheduled today, and it’s weird for Derek to not get in touch with him if he knows he’s going to be really late. Stiles is just about to stick his head in the office and apologise when Derek comes running down the hall, slightly out of breath and looking disheveled. Which, for Derek means his shirt is a little unbuttoned and his hair is a tiny bit out of place. Stiles shakes his head and waves a hand at Derek to get his attention.
“Where have you been? It’s about to start.”
“Sorry, sorry, I had a thing,” Derek says, running a hand through his hair. “It was an emergency, I couldn’t get out of it.”
“What? Yeah, no, it wasn’t a family thing.” Derek tugs at his shirt, buttoning it up and rolling his shoulders to loosen them up. “Everything’s good, Stiles, I swear.”
Stiles nods, looking Derek over and taking in the total unfairness of everything Derek is, and wait — “is that make up?” he asks, reaching over to touch the hollow of Derek’s throat.
“Hey,” Derek exclaims, taking a step back and frowning at Stiles. “What’re you doing?”
“There’s make up on your throat.”
“No there isn’t.”
“I —” Stiles shakes his head and huffs. “Forget it, we need to get in there.”
Derek takes the lead, pushing open the door to the auditorium and standing in the corner, his arms folded over his chest. When Stiles joins him, he looks away, and Stiles feels like he needs to apologise for something, but he’s not sure for what. Derek’s never been strange about Stiles touching him before, he’s welcomed it more than anything, so Stiles is thrown.
“And now, joining us for a talk about why the Werewolf - Human Relations Club is important, the people who set it up six years ago at this very school; Derek Hale and Stiles Stilinski.”
A vulcan misunderstanding their human partner’s polite request for a boob picture
Snaps a picture lifting up their shirt, but just on one side
A completely serious facial expression, just one boob out
The accompanying text: ‘I fail to understand the appeal but trust that this meets your expectations’
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