What about the first time Stiles runs up to Peter, and Peter tries to take him back to his mom, and he's like you can't, my mama's in the hospital, and daddy thinks I don't know, but she's gonna die "
At least Five times Peter and Stiles find each other + One time its mutual er something like that
Peter had only been looking for a sleepy town where he could be a Hale disgrace in peace. Beacon Hills was a perfect fit and the cute park ranger only sweetened the deal. Peter quickly learns that even the most idyllic small towns can have impressive mysteries.
”Nice bible, Todd” Stiles says casually. “Read any of it yourself by chance? There are werewolves in there, you know.”
“There most certainly are not!” the date (Emma?Ella?) pipes up.
Peter joins the conversation then, throwing in a casual “Oh please, everybody knows that Jesus was a werewolf.”
- Part 21 of Rabbit verse
Stiles last week of sophomore year begins with a headache. Literally. It goes downhill from there.
Peter loves his job as a tattoo artist. He owns, in his own humble opinion, the best shop in Beacon Hills. Not that there's much competition, but still. His only real competition is an artist from Bandit Tattoos. The shop is owned by an obnoxious man named Harris, who isn't even an artist. He'd just bought the shop when the previous owner was desperate and sold it to him for cheap. No, the only person is Beacon Hills that is close to Peter's skill is one of Harris' artists, a mouthy little shit named Stiles. Stiles had apprenticed under Bandit's former owner and is one of the most natural talents Peter has ever seen. His portrait work is incredible, as are his watercolors and new school (an area Peter hates to say isn't his strong suit). Peter takes solace in the fact that Stiles' Japanese and old school work isn't as good as Peter's though. He's not petty, not at all.
Peter and Stiles are tattoo artists from rival shops.
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17 Nov 2017