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this is probably the only sex gif i will every reblog, because for some reason i feel like it’s more than just sex. i don’t know if it’s how they’re actually looking at one another or the way they can’t get close enough. he’s actually looking at her like a person and not just a sex object.       but then again, it could be all in my head. i mean, this is how i would want it to be. but that’s just me

…. you do realize this is a gif of a man riding a cracker through the mountains right?

do u even know what sex is

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At first, Pocahontas wanted to chase after the settlers, but then she found a little mermaid. 

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5x03 Free To Be You And Me: The Motel Scene


Long ramble ahead.

Ben Edlund is my favorite writer of this show. He is truly a genius. But Jeremy Carver follows so closely behind his breath is in Edlund’s ear. I have many, many, MANY favorite episodes from all the seasons that share a close second spot to the one that Carver wrote that is king of them all: Point of No Return.

But he also wrote this episode right here. This happened on his watch. Someday I really hope I’ll get the chance (and, of course, the courage) to ask either the actors or the directors just WHAT their directions are during scenes like this, or the epic zoom-out of When the Levee Breaks. I am really, genuinely curious, and not just when I’m wearing my shipper-goggles. Honestly, shipper-goggles are not needed when you get handed scenes like this one. Put a man and a woman in this scene and the entire world would scream in unison that they are either about to or want to sleep together, but more than that – that there are some serious feelings and feelings toward those feelings battling it out underneath the surface. And Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins need to get entire shelves filled with awards, like, yesterday. THEY ARE BOTH GENIUSES. I’ve never seen actors saying so much without actually speaking as these two do.

So, let’s dive into the motel scene, shall we? I know this has probably been written about to no end, but I haven’t read any yet, surprisingly, so here are my thoughts.

I’d like to start this off by saying that I am not one of those who think that Dean took the promise of not letting Cas die a virgin in his own hands. The fact that he mentions Thelma & Louise (I can’t really say anything regarding this as I have not seen the movie, but as I understand it they were together?) and the Bert-&-Ernie-are-gay-remark in the same episode, yes, I do think that is significant. But I think they are remarks to sort of trivialize his own feelings and put them into comedic, almost condescending context, to distance himself from what he at the time was nowhere near ready for.

I think this because of what I am now going to describe. Put on some coffee, because here we go. (And yes, I am probably reading way too much into things, but oh well. ^^,)

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just a little powerpoint i made

There needs to be a class dedicated to Supernatural.

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“Tell me, Mr. Novak, why should I hire you?”

“I give good head.”

“Excuse me?”

“I give good head.”


“I was informed that that answer would be most favorable to my getting hired for this position.”

“You can start on Monday.”


TerribleLife!Verse where in Dean is looking for a secretary/p.a. and Cas applies for the job.

I am IN LOVE with this verse right now. There literally isn’t enough fics out there with this verse. Should I draw more of these? I don’t knoooooow… and fic recs anyone?

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Season 8 will have 24 episodes, not 22. #riocon

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