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Oreginos as viewed from the bus stop. First time using gouache. It’s a fun medium, but tricky in its own rights.
as far as i can tell from my dash there’s some sort of gay musical olympics going on that only europe was invited to
Mr. Brightside - The Killers
This is one of those songs that will go on the radio one day when we’re driving our kids to school. And we’ll blast it and sing passionately while our kids look on horrified
“IT WAS ONLY A KISS -“
“IT WAS ONLY A KISS!”
Demons run when a good man goes to war.
Can’t even cope with Crowley singing changes
money is so stupid and unnecessary we’re meat creatures on a rock floating in space and our entire lives are dominated by little bits of paper
Heaven is empty. All the angels are here.
well i came home
like a stone
and i fell heavy
into your arms
Are we going to talk about this?
Cas bby, what are you doing? Are your afraid to put your hand on his shoulder?
I think he was waiting for the brothers to have that last look, the Winchester way of saying “Be safe”
SEE SEE THEY LOOK LIKE A FUCKIN COUPLE I SWEAR TO GOD
Spn meme ~ Ten songs [2/10] ~ Knocking on Heaven’s door - Bob Dylan
People are still saying there’s not enough strong female characters in supernatural
First demon to kill an angel
disobeys the king of hell
In charge of heaven
Hacks Leviathan leader
Kick starts the apocalypse
Sacrifices herself to save dean
Need I say more
Finale + Holding On And Letting Go, requested by anon
Does anyone else find it a little sad that Dean is the only Winchester to identify the “family business” as “saving people, hunting things,” where saving people is the first priority? It wasn’t John’s priority. He was on a vendetta against the “thing” that killed Mary and anything evil that got in his way got ganked. Saving people was a happy by-product of his true aim: revenge.
After Dean gives his now-famous line, Sam counters with “…I gotta find Jessica’s killer. It’s the only thing I can think about.” For Sam, saving people didn’t come first, like John, hunting was a means to an end, in the earliest seasons.
But for Dean, a character whose entire sense of self had been sublimated into a need to save and protect others, “saving people” came first. His need to save everyone, especially in those earlier seasons, came directly from what he believed his father wanted to achieve as a hunter. He believed that John’s goals were to save people, first and foremost. And so, Dean believed if he just saved enough people, if he protected Sammy well enough, John would be proud of him. And if Dean saved people, other children wouldn’t have to go through losing a parent to monsters and demons like he did. Other families wouldn’t be torn apart at the hands of evil.
But Dean could never make John proud by saving people, because that’s not what John valued. And there is no way to save everyone, so Dean could only ever fail in his goal of saving people. Dean’s tragedy is that even his laudable traits are turned against him, increasing his self-loathing through guilt and blame for his failure to meet an impossible standard. No wonder it’s such a crushing burden.
↳ “Archangels are fierce. They’re absolute.
They’re heaven’s most terrifying weapon.”
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