Life as I know it Part 2

wyrm-o-lantern:

And what does demon!Dean go for to hunt down his brother?

A blunt

little

instrument.

andythanfiction:

outpastthemoat:

i just watched a twelve second shot of dean staring at the door watching cas leave

Directed by Jensen Ackles.

I WILL HUG THE DEMON RIGHT OUT OF YOU GODDAMNIT DON’T TEST ME
castiel’s beefy holy arms (via jayndmitri)

captain-foulenough:

cthulhu-with-a-fez:

inspector-snuggles:

mcdownies:

the-bite-of-frost:

swingsetindecember:

that guy’s phone in the first panel became more high tech in tony stark’s presence

I am laughing so fucking hard

oh my god how did I miss that

omfg

tony stark literally upgraded a flip phone to a smartphone by being within three feet of it

People pass their old technology close to him for his blessing and lo! It is upgraded. The miracle of the flip into the smart shall be told unto the ages. 

andythanfiction:

Stop and take a second in all your Destiel squee and remind yourselves:

That episode was directed - every shot and angle and bit of timing chosen - by Jensen Ackles.

itsstuckyinmyhead:

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assbutt-in-the-garrison:

never over itNEVER

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

never over it
NEVER

castielssecurityblanket:

castiowls:

black-nata:

i keep reading all these headcanons about human!impala (dark-haired dude with green eyes, vixen in long black dress, etc.) and not one of them sticks because all i can image is a big, muscly black guy in his late 30s dressed head-to-toe in black leather that refuses to be called anything but ‘Baby’ by an alarmed yet aroused dean winchester

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you have my attention

i-can-dig-elvis:

"You’re a loser. Your lady in there, she’s a North Dakota eight. You’re a four and a half, max, and I don’t blame her for stepping out. Especially if she found out you were messing around first.

This scene is very important to me

Our reluctance to say sorry when we’ve been wrong often causes more harm than our original offense. We argue, we gaslight. We force the person we’ve harmed to justify, over and over again, their right to feel hurt by our actions, and then we still deny them that. We make them the enemy, we become the injured party. We demand apologies for having to think of ourselves as less than good people. And we don’t learn.