cursor by thetremblingofmyhand Will always be disappointed over the HIMYM finale
Will always be disappointed over the HIMYM finale


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pepino-amoroso:

Will you still love me
when I’m no longer young and beautiful?
Will you still love me
when I got nothing but my aching soul?
I know you will, I know you will.


silkylustre:

If Dean chose Castiel over Sam, that would mark a lovely end to Dean’s unhealthy co-dependency.

It would mean for Dean to choose something he wants for himself over something Daddy Dear always told him he should want.

So, chop-chop, lovely writers, go ahead and write me Season 10!


"The highlight is the way this scene evokes Dean’s experiences in Hell. Dean’s always had a very special relationship to torture: since Hell, where torturing others threatened his own humanity, his talent for causing pain has been one of his most bitter secrets. Deep down, he has a capacity to hurt and to take pleasure in pain, and it’s a darkness he’s forever fighting in himself. And this scene – well, it serves as a reminder that the Mark of Cain isn’t so much turning Dean evil as letting out a darkness that Hell awoke in him and that he’s never been able to put away since. The fourth season brushed aside the inevitable trauma Hell had to have caused, but this time Dean’s potential for evil is turning into a damn good storyline, and all I can say is finally."

Review of ‘Meta Fiction’ from DenofGeek

(via jensenacklespl)




9.19 | Alex Annie Alexis Ann


Track Title: WTFFanfiction Best of Tumblr

Artist: WTFFanfiction Voiced

bloggingfromwonderland:

superwholocked-jedi:

oodmoodfood:

m3d1c101:

epikchik:

wtffanfictionvoiced:

All credit goes to WTFFanfiction.

Have an early christmas treat.

Oh my god, Germany’s voicemail

h elp me

THAT WAS JUST HIS FACE

he fLEW DICK FIRST

IT WAS NOT BREAD AT ALL


delorean-tardis-impala:

Alex’s awesomely bad-ass vampire eyes


tahthetrickster:

drewapple:

i can only picture these people stranded out in the middle of the ocean in this picture. like there is nothing around them for thousands of miles 

#but why does it have a little pool of water on it #a pool in ur pool

tahthetrickster:

drewapple:

i can only picture these people stranded out in the middle of the ocean in this picture. like there is nothing around them for thousands of miles 

 

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strangergirls:

oy-eld-thankee:

I love how the other one is like “whoop, heres my ride”

Get in, loser, we’re going mopping

strangergirls:

oy-eld-thankee:

I love how the other one is like “whoop, heres my ride”

Get in, loser, we’re going mopping


crossroadscastiel:

It is often said that eyes are the windows to the soul. When I first heard Sam utter the words “blackout windows” in 9x19 I immediately thought “black eyes”. In this scene they’re trying to determine if they house they’re in is where the vampires are staying, and I suppose that line was put in there to indicate that yes, vampires are here because they have blacked out the windows to prevent sunlight from getting in. However, there were many, many ways for the show to clue us in that Sam and Dean had the right house. But they chose this.
They chose to show us that the windows to a house being occupied by vampires, creatures who were the literal manifestation of toxic co-dependency in this episode, had windows that were completely blacked out.
The house overrun with vampires is destined to have it’s windows blacked out.
The man overcome with poisonous co-dependency is destined to have his eyes blacked out.
Foreshadowing that maybe the only way for Dean to be saved from total darkness is for him to finally learn to let go of the poisonous bond that caused all of this in the first place?

crossroadscastiel:

It is often said that eyes are the windows to the soul. When I first heard Sam utter the words “blackout windows” in 9x19 I immediately thought “black eyes”. In this scene they’re trying to determine if they house they’re in is where the vampires are staying, and I suppose that line was put in there to indicate that yes, vampires are here because they have blacked out the windows to prevent sunlight from getting in. However, there were many, many ways for the show to clue us in that Sam and Dean had the right house. But they chose this.

They chose to show us that the windows to a house being occupied by vampires, creatures who were the literal manifestation of toxic co-dependency in this episode, had windows that were completely blacked out.

The house overrun with vampires is destined to have it’s windows blacked out.

The man overcome with poisonous co-dependency is destined to have his eyes blacked out.

Foreshadowing that maybe the only way for Dean to be saved from total darkness is for him to finally learn to let go of the poisonous bond that caused all of this in the first place?


chubdean:

ARE YOU EVER JUST SITTING THERE AND YOU GET OVERWHELMINGLY ANGRY BECAUSE CASTIEL COULD HAVE BEEN IN SO MANY EPISODES THIS SEASON, BUT HE WASN’T.  THEY PROMISED ME REGULAR CHARACTER CASTIEL AND I GOT SPECIAL GUEST CASTIEL AT BEST I WAS ROBBED OF THE CASTIEL FOR NO GOOD REASON AND I AM ANGRY 


Using picmonkey to make coverart for a tfw playlist I made.

It’s really awesome and easy to use. I’m not that good at it at all and so far mine is awesome. If anybody here ever has to make something, use picmonkey

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fangsandvampirates:

my-drug-is-supernatural:

tamaraneanprincessofgallifrey:

You know what I want?
At the end of the last episode of Supernatural, I want Dean and Sam to be driving down the road in the Impala when all the sudden the song “Carry On My Wayward Son” comes on the radio and have Dean hit the mute button and say “God I hate that song.”

I would probably laugh so hard I would die.

That would be the most perfect, non-hurtful ending to Supernatural