Prompt: stiles calls sheriff's while babysitting Scott's kid because he's trying to remember the Stilinski baby rash remedy but deputy Derek picks up the phone and stiles has to justify calling the police.

giantteenwolforgy:

"Beacon County Sheriff’s Department," a gruff voice answers.

Stiles stops and looks at the phone in surprise, still bouncing Hannah on one hip. That…is definitely not his dad. Fuck. He must have accidentally called the station instead of his dad’s personal line. Again.

"Uhm. Hi," he says lamely. 

There’s a pregnant pause before the voice on the other end says, “Hello.”

"Can you patch me through to Sheriff Stilinski?" he tries. He doesn’t immediately recognize the voice, but there’s a good chance he’s met whoever it is at least once. 

Another pause. “Is this an emergency?”

Yes, Stiles wants to say, but he’s not exactly sure how to justify needing his dad’s patented diaper rash remedy as an emergency. Hannah’s rash isn’t even that bad, but Scott’s been calling him every half hour to ask him to check on it, and drop totally unsubtle hints about how his mom said the sheriff might be able to help.

"Kind of," he settles on. "Uh. What’s your name?"

There’s a huff, like the guy on the other end is losing his patience, which, rude. “My name is Deputy Hale. What’s the problem, sir?”

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zenamiarts:

The world makes sense—I believe that, I do! It has to. Otherwise it wouldn’t make sense! And that would be the worst thing that could possibly happen.

AU: When Harry arrived at Neville’s Christmas party he did not expect to run into old Professor McGonagall.

queenbeyondthewalll:

I did the thing

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- Why do you think people that don’t even know you care so much about those things?

- If you have an answer to that, please let me know. I- I don’t know. [x]

ibyshire:

TEAM AU.

Since the tragic death of her mother, the Navy is all that Lieutenant Catherine Rollins has known.  But when her estranged father, John Rollins, is killed, victim to the very men that Cath’s unit is pursuing, she finds herself returning home to the life and land that she left behind: O’ahu. 

Between the chaos of re-adjusting to island life, and reuniting with her baby sister, Mary, Cath is determined to track down John’s killer.  Backed by the Governor of Hawaii, all leads run dry until Kono Kalakaua arrives on the scene.  An old friend - and football rival - from high school, Kono became a star cop, before being banished from HPD’s ranks for a crime that she didn’t commit.

Kono still sees, hears, and knows, all, and she’s got information that Cath needs - a New Jersey transplant, Detective Jenna Kaye, has taken over John’s case within HPD, and she’s uncovered something important.  Clinging to her suits and crisp shirts, Jenna is all wrong for Hawaii, but she gets results and that’s just what Cath needs.

With Kono’s help, Jenna’s leads, and full immunity and means, the surprising team of three quickly finds itself in need of a fresh-face to go undercover.  Enter: Officer Lori Weston, an almost-graduate of the Police Academy and Kono’s loyal friend.  Eager to help, Lori signs on for the case - three becomes four, and the Five-0 Team is born.