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Monday, September 29, 2014
year-of-the-deanmon:

Dean just gets really excited about building snowmen.

year-of-the-deanmon:

Dean just gets really excited about building snowmen.

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

climb-misha-like-a-tree:

destieldrabblesdaily:

So everyone is always talking about this season 9 scene and how Dean looked at Cas here while they were in the car together

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And just now I see this gif on my dash of Dean looking at Cas while they’re in the car together, but years ago, and it’s the same fucking look

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PLEASE TELL ME HOW YOU’RE ‘NOT PLAYING IT LIKE THAT’, I BEG YOU

THIS!!!!!!!

Friday, September 19, 2014
makoisthenewblack:

marianita195:

makoisthenewblack:

marianita195:

ludocris:

yell it from the rooftops

There’s nothing smart about the original song to begin with.
She can shame and insult skinny girls, but god forbids someone says something about her, right? Because she’s such a feminist. *barfs*

Did you actually read the article linked here? Cause with that attitude I think you need to read it.
And skinny girls get enough encouragement and reassurance that their body type is the preferred one from magazines, movies, tv shows, advertisement, new papers, video games, music videos, fashion and clothing industry and so on, so I think a couple of songs preaching that you can still be beautiful if you’re not the “desired” body type is okey. Sure some girls can’t help but be skinny, but they can choose to see the message that Nicki is trying to tell other girls who are not naturally skinny, and don’t get told their beautiful a lot. These girls can choose to support their fellow women of all sizes, and not be butt-hurt. You know there are countless media’s telling you how to loose weight, how to get the perfect bikini body, how to be curvy; but the right way, but you don’t see a lot of media telling you it’s okey to have the body you’re in right now. Think about that before you get your pants in a twist over the skinny girls not having the world worship them for one song.
Nicki is a feminist, she is intelligent and socially aware and a true lover and supporter of women. She chooses to be empowered by her sexuality, instead of being reduced to it as so many women in the entertainment business are , and that does not make her a bad person, or any of the disgusting and degrading words that she’s being called in this absolute rubbish parody video.

Yes. I did read it. I agree that the parody wasn’t funny or smart, it’s insulting, like all the other parodies that guy made in the past. But I still think that the original song wasn’t smart either.
Yes, Nicki said powerful words before as a feminist. But a woman that also insults other women, isn’t what I consider a true feminist. Not in my opinion. She insults skinny girls, like some girls insult girls with big butts. Why does that make Nicky better? Because skinny girls are aproved? Actually, they’re not! Girls with flat stomach but big boobs, blue eyes and perfect hair are the ones who get the support. 
Skinny girls are inssecure about their bodies too, you know? I’m thin, and I still feel bad about my body!
A real feminist would support ALL women. Not just those that feel left out, or insulted or those who the media make them feel insecure about their bodies. BUT ALL OF THEM.

I wasn’t saying that there aren’t skinny girls don’t feel bad about themselves , that’s a social plague that’s sadly affects all women, regardless of size.
Nicki has come out and said that the “skinny bitches” part of the song is being warped the worst, like a shaming, when it simply is her telling bigger women to “fuck those skinny bitches”, as in fuck ‘em, forget them and the media that tells you to be skinny. She’s just saying “don’t feel bad or un-sexy or not beautiful just because you don’t look like a magazine cover.” I’m pretty sure you and everyone else on this earth has said “fuck it, fuck them, fuck whatever, we don’t need it anyway”, and that’s what Nicki meant. Big girls with flat stomachs and big asses, or big girls with love-handles and big sizes, shake that ass, have fun, be sexy, don’t feel dragged down. In this interview Nicki talks about how she feels like she feels pressured to loose weight all the time, and it’s really hard on her, and she talks about sending a message to all women.

makoisthenewblack:

marianita195:

makoisthenewblack:

marianita195:

ludocris:

yell it from the rooftops

There’s nothing smart about the original song to begin with.

She can shame and insult skinny girls, but god forbids someone says something about her, right? Because she’s such a feminist. *barfs*

Did you actually read the article linked here? Cause with that attitude I think you need to read it.

And skinny girls get enough encouragement and reassurance that their body type is the preferred one from magazines, movies, tv shows, advertisement, new papers, video games, music videos, fashion and clothing industry and so on, so I think a couple of songs preaching that you can still be beautiful if you’re not the “desired” body type is okey. Sure some girls can’t help but be skinny, but they can choose to see the message that Nicki is trying to tell other girls who are not naturally skinny, and don’t get told their beautiful a lot. These girls can choose to support their fellow women of all sizes, and not be butt-hurt. You know there are countless media’s telling you how to loose weight, how to get the perfect bikini body, how to be curvy; but the right way, but you don’t see a lot of media telling you it’s okey to have the body you’re in right now. Think about that before you get your pants in a twist over the skinny girls not having the world worship them for one song.

Nicki is a feminist, she is intelligent and socially aware and a true lover and supporter of women. She chooses to be empowered by her sexuality, instead of being reduced to it as so many women in the entertainment business are , and that does not make her a bad person, or any of the disgusting and degrading words that she’s being called in this absolute rubbish parody video.

Yes. I did read it. I agree that the parody wasn’t funny or smart, it’s insulting, like all the other parodies that guy made in the past. But I still think that the original song wasn’t smart either.

Yes, Nicki said powerful words before as a feminist. But a woman that also insults other women, isn’t what I consider a true feminist. Not in my opinion. She insults skinny girls, like some girls insult girls with big butts. Why does that make Nicky better? Because skinny girls are aproved? Actually, they’re not! Girls with flat stomach but big boobs, blue eyes and perfect hair are the ones who get the support. 

Skinny girls are inssecure about their bodies too, you know? I’m thin, and I still feel bad about my body!

A real feminist would support ALL women. Not just those that feel left out, or insulted or those who the media make them feel insecure about their bodies. BUT ALL OF THEM.

I wasn’t saying that there aren’t skinny girls don’t feel bad about themselves , that’s a social plague that’s sadly affects all women, regardless of size.

Nicki has come out and said that the “skinny bitches” part of the song is being warped the worst, like a shaming, when it simply is her telling bigger women to “fuck those skinny bitches”, as in fuck ‘em, forget them and the media that tells you to be skinny. She’s just saying “don’t feel bad or un-sexy or not beautiful just because you don’t look like a magazine cover.” I’m pretty sure you and everyone else on this earth has said “fuck it, fuck them, fuck whatever, we don’t need it anyway”, and that’s what Nicki meant. Big girls with flat stomachs and big asses, or big girls with love-handles and big sizes, shake that ass, have fun, be sexy, don’t feel dragged down. In this interview Nicki talks about how she feels like she feels pressured to loose weight all the time, and it’s really hard on her, and she talks about sending a message to all women.

destiel-demon-angel:

i-mjackskellington:

lucifersdalek:

gabe-the-fallen-angel:

croatoan-fighter-fallen-angel:

all-around-obnoxious-arsehole:

silence-falls-in-the-end:

evanescent-fallen-angel:

waltherwhites:

remember when the doctor took the midnight train going anywhere

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Let’s not.

Let’s not.

Oh no

Oh no

Are all the comments in twos on this?

Are all the comments in twos on this?

Stop that, it isn’t funny

Stop that, it isn’t funny

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"There is this devaluation of women."

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harrypotterconfessions:

[[When Harry reached out for Lily’s hand in the resurrection stone scene in DHpt2, I cried. It’s a parallel to Harry’s first year when he found the mirror of erised and reached for her hand. All he wanted was to touch his mum.]]

harrypotterconfessions:

[[When Harry reached out for Lily’s hand in the resurrection stone scene in DHpt2, I cried. It’s a parallel to Harry’s first year when he found the mirror of erised and reached for her hand. All he wanted was to touch his mum.]]

rachelhaimowitz:

larinah:

Sam’s Hell is reminiscent of how Mary and Jess died.  His personal Hells on earth started with fire consuming first his mother, his home, and then his lover and their home.  His chances at the life he wanted for himself.  They died because Lucifer and Azazel were trying to get to him.  Perhaps Lucifer simply had to remind him of this when they were in the cage and then could just sit back and watch while Sam burned himself up with his unjustified, self-imposed burden of guilt and unfulfilled dreams.

Dean’s Hell is bloody and confusing and exposed and confining and solitary, just like his biggest fears in life.  We see him shouting out for Sam, and we know that despite Sam’s best efforts, he can’t reunite with Dean.  They can’t be together.  Sam can’t be there to help Dean control that spider web of conflicting impulses he carries in his head.  He is missing his protective layers of clothing and is stretched out in a mass of  raw nerves.  So Alistair just has to keep cutting away at Dean’s defenses until he finally gives up on Sam and gives himself over to all the pain he keeps chained up inside his own mind.  Dean will torture himself in the forms of all those souls he cuts up and he’ll enjoy it, and he’ll hate himself all the more.

The Hell Crowley shows Cas suits both their sensibilities.  Crowley knows he doesn’t need to go to such showy extents as Lucifer because he knows that people left with too much time on their hands will spend it regretting everything they did to get themselves in that spot.  Physical pain would only distract them from their guilt and sorrow.  And he can show this Hell to Cas without reminding Cas of fighting through Dean’s Hell to save him.  Cas won’t have that natural revulsion fire and brimstone and screaming would have caused.  Cas will be able to tell himself this partnership is for the best.  Crowley is quite clever and knows who he is dealing with and all he really cares about is the power he’s getting anyway.  Cas is willing to be fooled by it because he wants that same power.

Bobby has a stereotypical Hell.  He’s an older guy and probably was raised with this sort of imagery.  This is the Hell that’s most likely depicted in all those books he knows so well.  It’s full of other people suffering physical pain and humiliation who he can’t save. His personal pain is caused by being faced with an infinity of demonic Sams and Deans who come to taunt him.  In his nightmares he dreamed of his wife blaming him for not saving her.  His surrogate sons taunt him in Hell with the fear for them he felt when he died, the reason he wouldn’t move on when the reaper came.  They taunt him with the possibility that they’ll be lost after he left.  He sits in his unlocked cell day after day waiting for them to come and show him that his greatest fears were realized while he’s been stuck down there in that labyrinth of other people who cry out for help he can’t provide, and he scratches marks on the wall so he can keep track of it all.  So he won’t forget.  So he’ll stay sane enough to keep punishing himself.

Oh wow, this is super fascinating: infinite, personalized hells as a reflection of the canonically established infinite, personalized heavens. I wonder if the show actually wrote these hells with that specific intent or if it was just kind of a happy accident. Great meta.

Reblog if you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, transgender or a supporter.

This should be reblogged by everyone. Even if you’re straight, you should be a supporter.

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Sunday, September 14, 2014

deanisanactualprincess:

J2 on jet skis

Friday, September 12, 2014
stardustandmelancholy:

Misha Collins, Salute to Supernatural Vancouver 2014
Photography by me

stardustandmelancholy:

Misha Collins, Salute to Supernatural Vancouver 2014

Photography by me