flyichiro:

the other day we were discussing dating and this one dude was like “I don’t see the big deal why can’t people just ask people out without all the fuss” and another guy was like “well you get nervous and you get butterflies in your stomach ya know” and the first dude looked the other dude straight in the eye and said “DIGEST THEM.”

mishadmitrikrushniccollins:

i have 99 problems and misha collins is 99 of them.

overlypolitebisexual:

whenever i see these post-apocalyptic films set in the USA where everyone is pretty much just killing each other with no mention of other nations i always just assume that the rest of the world is fine and has learnt how to resume life as normal

winchesters-from-gallifrey:

fackio-zally:

So today at a  track meet I was playing my viola and two guys from the opposing team gave me money. 

I earned 75 cents. 

It was a glorious moment. And the track coach was hot and he screamed the event and then he went “NAILED IT” and threw his fist in the air. 

mishasminions:

Misha and Jensen looking at Jensen’s old resume

obsessionisaperfume:

I keep seeing people saying that Dean is using the blunt side of the blade to decapitate this guy, but if you look at the top gif, you can plainly see the sharp edge is at the top of the knife—the bevel is really obvious.  The serrated edge is used for sawing, and it’s pointing downward.

In the second and third gifs, you can see Dean using his strength to turn the blade, bending the vampire’s wrists backward (!!!!!) until the sharp edge is against the vamp’s throat, and in the last gif you can see, by the width of the bloodstain on the blade, that the sharp edge has the widest part of the stain, indicating that that was the leading edge of the strike.

I’m just boggled at Dean turning that blade, man.  I can see how he might have a leverage advantage on the vamp for that turnabout because of his height, but the fact that he can push that blade over from a starting position where his wrists are bent back against a vampire’s strength, wow. 

That’s really kinda scary, and I’m certain that one of the things that the mark of Cain is doing is making Dean physically stronger.  Maybe strong enough to overpower an angel whose stolen grace is weakening him…

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