I’m only interested in the simple things… like how much this is going to hurt!
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hanukkahlewinsky:

that feeling when you finally get past a really slow car

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isthereanythingthatisnttaken:

rrobbstarkk:

praybriel4gabriel:

carachameleon:

#The taste of Alistair’s cherry Chapstick

I tortured souls just to try it
I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it


why is our fandom like this

isthereanythingthatisnttaken:

rrobbstarkk:

praybriel4gabriel:

carachameleon:

I tortured souls just to try it

I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it

why is our fandom like this

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lokifying:

// lazarus

lokifying:

// lazarus

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nevergonnawalkpastafez:

dahliasheng:

Imagine how much easier it would be if Sam and Dean used Christo as their undercover last name. All they’d have to do is introduce themselves and demons be flinching all over the place.

it’s spelled Cristo

nevergonnawalkpastafez:

dahliasheng:

Imagine how much easier it would be if Sam and Dean used Christo as their undercover last name. All they’d have to do is introduce themselves and demons be flinching all over the place.

it’s spelled Cristo

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4persephone:

interruptingpanda:

bangingpatchouli:

yaelstiel:

Never ending list of favorite scenes  (1.21) 4/

↳ No.

I love how we see in this episode Sam’s loyalty to Dean. we see it here, when it’s really hard to believe John is actually possessed, and Dean doesn’t need to explain much, he says ‘He’s different’  and  that’s enough, that’s good enough for Sam, and it takes him less than a minute to stand beside Dean. 

We will see it later on this episode when John is asking Sam to kill him, Sam is about to do it, until Dean says ‘No Sammy, don’t do it’, and he drops the gun. 

This scene is pivotal to understanding Sam and Dean’s relationship. Despite having seen all their disagreements and differing values throughout the season, Sam relies on Dean and trusts him above anyone. Even in season nine after the worst possible betrayal, after saying that he can’t trust Dean, Sam does, implicitly, he puts his life and well-being in Dean’s hands by continuing to hunt with him. He could try to distance himself and say they weren’t brothers, but nothing really changed. Nothing essential. This is who they are these two boys who grew up with no one to rely on except each other. It’s blind faith, and it’s all they have.

If John were actually John, he’d see right here that his boys trusted each other more than him.

Which arguably might well have been his INTENTION, if not their whole lives, than at least at this stage in the game, since the kind of work they did even when Demons WEREN’T involved meant there was always a possibility one of them (and John especially as the leader/one who hunted most solo) could have been possessed/influenced/replaced by a shapeshifter, etc…   Dean as the one ‘in charge’ when John was absent would have also have HAD to be prepared to watch John for odd behaviors as well as part of securing Sam’s safety.  And when Dean was worried enough to react, Sam needed to be ready and willing to take him seriously and run/fight, even just temporarily…

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benbarnesistheswanqueen:

jedidoctor:

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#I think that Captain Jack and Rory have more in common than just dying a lot

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kittyneko-sama:

Did you know at the set of Capitan America 2. Chris Evans couldn’t tell apart  Scarlett Johanson’s stunt doubles from her so he would start talking to them as in they were Scarlett and the stunt doubles played the game ” How long would it take Chris to figure out im not Scarlett” . Apparently the record was 10 minutes.

kittyneko-sama:

Did you know at the set of Capitan America 2. Chris Evans couldn’t tell apart  Scarlett Johanson’s stunt doubles from her so he would start talking to them as in they were Scarlett and the stunt doubles played the game ” How long would it take Chris to figure out im not Scarlett” . Apparently the record was 10 minutes.

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bobeestinger:

best transition ever

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