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#tag yourself

Are you telling me Dean keeps a picture of Cas in his wallet? Are you telling me that Dean took a picture of Cas in a cowboy hat most likely on his phone, took his little bisexual ass down to a Walgreens, figured out how to print a physical copy of the picture, and folded it up to put in his wallet so he can look at it any time?

ARE YOU TELLING ME-

So, supernatural........... you mean to tell me that a straight man with a canon cowboy fetish keeps a photograph of his "friend" wearing a cowboy hat in his wallet for "Heterosexual Reasons™"?

This "friend in Dean's wallet" is someone that ran away from his family, his home, his job, his title, his reputation, his power, and his life to live with Dean full time in his home. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

This friend faces constant discrimination and harassment from all creatures. 100% of this discrimination is based on his "unnaturally close" relationship with Dean. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

The "friend in Dean's wallet" puts himself in harm's way every season to take work off of Dean's plate and stress off of Dean's shoulders. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

This "friend in Dean's wallet" is raising a child with him. Their child is half Winchester and half angel. Their child calls both of them DAD. He looks just like Dean's friend in the face, but he has Dean's hair. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

This "friend in Dean's wallet" leaves home sometimes. For too long. So long, that Dean calls and texts obsessively until he reaches him. And, when he can't, Dean gets moody. They fight. Argue. Slam doors. And, then they make up. Before long, they're sneaking off together in a quiet corner of the kitchen or the war room. They steal little precious pockets of time away from Sam and the baby, huddled close in the middle of the night. They talk for hours and drink whiskey until Dean is too tired to stay awake. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

This "friend in Dean's wallet" likes to watch him sleep. He could do it for hours. Dean dragged a nice chair into his bedroom the day he moved in. Years later, the chair is still in his room, turned at an angle towards his bed. Specifically facing the side of the bed that Dean sleeps on. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

This "friend in Dean's wallet" has a Led Zeppelin mixtape. Dean made it special, hoping his friend would feel like Dean was sitting right next to him, riding shotgun in his truck -- even when they were apart. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

Dean's mother and father bonded over Led Zeppelin. Their shared fondness for the band ran so deep that his mother gave her phone number to a boy she wasn't supposed to like. And they fell deeply in love. Months later, despite what her family thought, the monster hunteress eloped with the strong lonely soldier. They had children, lived in a nice home, and held it together with love. It's only fitting Dean gave the "friend in his wallet" a portable copy of his favorite Led Zeppelin songs. He wanted to do an even 12 tracks, but he couldn't forget Since I Been Loving You. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

The "friend in Dean's wallet" is gentle, kind, and compassionate. His touch heals all of Dean's wounds. His face brings out Dean's brightest smiles. His deep, rumbling voice calms and centers Dean. They communicate without talking. Dean prays to his friend religiously and his friend believes in Dean more than he does in god. And, that picture is in Dean's wallet for Heterosexual Reasons™.

Tell me, Supernatural, what are those Heterosexual Reasons™?

How many pictures did Dean take before Castiel grew impatient and gave him that tired look?

What does Dean feel when he pulls out the photo while Cas is away on one of his Too Long trips?

How often does he stare at that picture with a fifth of whisky in his hand, wondering if Cas is ignoring his calls/prayers? All the while, knowing he'll soon break down in tears and keep missing the angel anyway.

Does he pull out the photo on the good days too? Buzzing with joy, wishing he could tell Cas everything?

What Is The Heterosexual Reason for Dean having that picture of Cas?

2 days ago

Are you telling me Dean keeps a picture of Cas in his wallet? Are you telling me that Dean took a picture of Cas in a cowboy hat...

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#Do you think when Dean rolled up in his big black car #with his big stupid grin that received Sass in return #that Nora thought...
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#Do you think when Dean rolled up in his big black car #with his big stupid grin that received Sass in return #that Nora thought...

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Season 14 Gag Reel
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Season 14 Gag Reel

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THIS SHIP LITERALLY SAILS ITSELF INTO THE SUNSET
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THIS SHIP LITERALLY SAILS ITSELF INTO THE SUNSET

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What is he so cute for? From Alex’s Instagram story 10/15/2020 referencing tonight’s episode, 15.15

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What is he so cute for? From Alex’s Instagram story 10/15/2020 referencing tonight’s episode, 15.15

Billlie only has 2 plans - boxes and bombs

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Billlie only has 2 plans - boxes and bombs

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The future. Suptober 2020 - Day 14: fun and games

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dean’s “oh hell i just threatened an angel” face gives me life

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Baby’s having sooooo much fun!!! 😌

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Baby’s having sooooo much fun!!! 😌

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talk shit (about castiel) get hit (by both winchesters)

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The Road So Far….but the Looney Tunes intro is playing  As requested by @ambular-d

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The Road So Far….but the Looney Tunes intro is playing As requested by @ambular-d

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life gives us second chances. [15x14]    ~this is an absolutely gorgeous work of art with so many parallels to past seasons

9 days ago

life gives us second chances. [15x14]   ~this is an absolutely gorgeous work of art with so many parallels to past seasons

I have a LOT to say about the parallels between Dean and Mrs. Butters.

Let’s start with the obvious. Dean cares deeply for his loved ones. He loves to care for them, in super domestic and normal human ways. But both of them were forced to care for virtual strangers with the same sort of intensity.

Mrs. Butters was brainwashed by Cuthbert Magnus Sinclair, just as he tried to do with Dean when he had the Mark… just don’t forget that part of the parallel here. Dean used the First Blade to kill Cuthbert and keep from becoming his slave, but Mrs. Butters hadn’t been so lucky. She WAS turned into one of his “collection” of magical beings he’d imprisoned to his will. He USED her to kill for him. Sometimes we would likely cheer those deaths (like the Nazi guy… we can all cheer that), but those poor vamps at the beginning (and all the unseen monsters that popped up on their monster radar that never even merited a screen appearance before being summarily executed just for being not human…) are horrific atrocities that the Winchesters would never have supported otherwise…

But back to the point of this post…

Even before Mrs. Butters appears, Dean just wanted to make some burgers for his family, and at the end after she was gone he did his best to make Jack a birthday cake. And I MELTED, because THIS is how Dean shows his love. He cares for his loved ones. Food is one of his love languages. So is caring.

And poor Mrs. Butters, she only wanted to return to her own forest, to her own family, to care for them and live in peace with them. And she was told that couldn’t happen, because of dangers in the world like Jack, like all the monsters the MoL were hunting and murdering. And this is the BMoL redux. I said back during s12 that Cuthbert would’ve fit right in with the BMoL, and this is why. This was the final rejection of that whole mindset, when even a LITERAL NON-HUMAN CHARACTER had been brainwashed into siding with the supposedly “noble humans” to do their bidding and murder EVERY NON-HUMAN just for being non-human… I mean./.. wow… Nice way to crush that whole entire mindset under the heel of Dean’s cute lil boots…

okay I’m off point again… sorry… there is alcohol involved in tonight’s postings, just fyi

But Butters and Dean… they were both forced into this unwanted role of “caretaker of humanity.” When all they each wanted was to live in peace and love who they love. Butters was forced into becoming the magical engine that powered the bunker’s security systems… and even an interdimensional telescope that could spy on other universes (and boy wouldn’t THAT have come in handy back during s13 when they were searching for Mary in the AU… but okay… back to the point again)

But Chuck has laid this burden on Dean HIS WHOLE LIFE. Going back long before 11.23 when he formally laid the job on Dean’s (and Sam’s… but Sam wasn’t there) shoulders. This has been the mission Dean has been on FOREVER. Since he was four years old and had Sam shoved into his arms as his mother burned on the ceiling.

LET. HIM. HAVE. HIS. FAMILY.

If Dean doesn’t get his family at the end of the series (including Cas) then what was all of this for? ALL OF IT?!

There is no happy ending for Dean that isn’t about his family, about being able to choose his own road forward without the burden for caring for the entirety of creation on his shoulders. Let him make birthday cakes for his loved ones. Let him fix the busted pipes in his home. Let him do all that without the fate of the known universe hanging in the balance. That’s what will make him happy.

Dean… he wants what he was able to give Mrs. Butters.

(oh, and Christmas, and a decent omelette… is that really too much to ask for?)

9 days ago

I have a LOT to say about the parallels between Dean and Mrs. Butters. Let’s start with the obvious. Dean cares deeply for his...

cannot believe there’s actually gonna be a NEW destiel scene on thursday. like they’re gonna look at each other and say things that i’ve never heard before! incredible

9 days ago

cannot believe there’s actually gonna be a NEW destiel scene on thursday. like they’re gonna look at each other and say things...

For Suptober // dean & cas & season 15 // 575 words // G

Cas follows Dean into Betty’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Diner, allowing the door to swing shut behind him with a cheerful jingling. The place is bright and busy, with cheerful music barely audible over the chatter.

Dean beams as he takes it in. “Check this out, Cas! Bit o’ Buddy Holly, and reviews said best burgers in the county!” His enthusiasm is infectious as he adds, “There’s a table.”

Cas can’t help but feel uneasy, though. As he sits down, sliding into one side of a booth, he leans forward to murmur, “Dean, this place is making me uncomfortable.”

“What? Why?” Dean asks, looking up in surprise. 

“It’s a lot like Charming Acres.” At Dean’s blank look, he continues, “You know, where Sam went crazy and started wearing a cardigan?”

“Oh right, yeah…with the psycho psychic guy who thought he was God. Right?” His grin drops.  “Wait, you serious?” he adds, looking around nervously. 

Castiel follows his gaze, eyeing the patrons sitting at other tables. While there are a few milkshakes, many of the other diners are looking at cellphones, or wearing modern graphic t-shirts and jeans. 

He breathes a sigh of relief. “No, I’m almost certain these people aren’t about to wish us harm for saying ‘H-E-double-hockey-sticks.’”

Dean’s grin returns. “Tell you what, just to be on the safe side, I won’t order a milkshake, okay?” He squeezes Cas’ forearm where it sits on the table between them, making warmth bloom in Cas’ chest for a moment, before he returns to reading the menu. 

Cas glances at his own menu, but he’s not sure he wants to eat. His grace might be disappearing, but he’s not so far gone that food is tasting good just yet. He could order pie, but it would just taste like raspberry molecules. 

Other human traits, though…he looks back up at Dean. 

Castiel’s emotions have been all over the place for months, there’s nothing new there. His deep anger at Dean’s treatment of Jack and the whole Chuck situation was hard enough to deal with, but since they got back from purgatory the second time and Jack’s soul was restored, Cas has found himself less and less sure of his place in the world. Dean says he’s forgiven him, but did he really mean it when he said Cas is his “best friend”?

And is it really fair of Cas to be still wishing for a little more, after all these years?

“We should do this more often,” Dean says after he gives his order to the perky server in the rockabilly skirt. 

Cas throws him a squinted look. “Dean, we eat at diners all the time. Jack loves the food in these places. Besides, how many more chances do you think we’ll get to do this before we find Chuck and Amara?”

“I guess so, jeez, dude,” Dean replies with a wry chuckle. “I mean just the two of us. After all this is over, provided there are still diners to eat at, we should go out for dinner more often, that’s all I’m sayin’.“ 

And just like that, Cas’ world clicks into place. Dean wants him to stick around. More than that, he won’t push for, but for now, Dean’s picture of the future includes Cas. A tightness he’s been carrying around for longer than he cares to remember eases, and he finally breathes. Hope kindles in its place.

Perhaps he will order the pie, after all. 

9 days ago

11: rock ‘n’ roll

9 days ago

You and gingerhaole and khiroptera are fucking disgusting. Please do something with your time other than exploiting gay men....

has anyone discussed the ridiculous overkill move of Sam and Dean bringing their weapons on the various hunts in the montage? Only during the first hunt did we know in advance what they were hunting, but the info we got about that hunt had to serve as a template for all the rest of them, because every other aspect (from them running past the kitchen to grab their monogrammed lunch sacks to them breaking down a door to take down the monsters) was exact for each successive hunt.

So the setup here was that Mrs. B’s powers made the tracking system work. It picked up a vampire nest FIFTY MILES AWAY down to the exact street address where they were. It was, firstly, an interesting callback to the BMoL’s monster tracking capabilities, and makes me wonder if they employed a similar being to power their own systems, or if they’d been tapping into Mrs. B’s powers more directly. It’s moot now, but still interesting.

What is even more interesting is the nature of the “vampire nest” they actually crashed in on. I’m not sure if Sam and Dean really even bothered to check for themselves, short of confirming these were actually vampires (they, of course, stood up and unleashed the fangs and hissing, because honestly if someone kicked down your door in a raid wouldn’t you pull out every defense you had?). But did they bother to notice these vamps hadn’t reportedly bitten anyone? Or that they were drinking bagged blood out of bendy straws and not sucking people dry? These– in any other episode ever– would not be targeted monsters.

And yes, they did discuss that they were using these vamps as a test of sorts for Mrs. B– a test of her story she’d told them, and to prove whether or not she was lying about anything… but beyond proving that these were indeed vampires, they never seemed to look any deeper at WHY they were being targeted for destruction, you know?

So… back to the weapons. They were expecting vampires, went in armed with machetes, and beheaded, as one does with vampires. So the theory should hold that they knew exactly what waited for them on the other side of every door they went through for the rest of that montage. 

The second hunt, Mrs. B tells them it’s a lamia and that she put blessed knives in the trunk of the car for them. Weird, because we haven’t seen a lamia since s6 when all the monsters were going off book because of Crowley stirring the pot looking for the way into Purgatory. Strangely enough, the lamia killed the priest before he could bless their knives in 6.04, and Dean had called Bobby in a panic while it tossed Sam around the room, and had to cover it with rosemary and salt and set it on fire to kill it. Presumably being forewarned and forearmed this time around was instantly successful, but we don’t see anything of that particular hunt.

From that point on, we only see the “kicking the door down” part of each of their hunts, and have no idea what they were hunting, but assume they were equally aptly armed for each hunt.

First, it’s hard to tell, but it looks like Sam has the demon knife and Dean has an angel blade. So they were probably after demons to have picked those specific weapons.

Second, they’re both armed with handguns. Common enough, but useless against a lot of things they hunt unless they were loaded with special bullets (silver, iron, etc.), and so we have no idea what they were actually hunting that time, but they went in confident they were sufficiently armed.

We don’t even see the third hunt, barring them collecting their lunch bags, before they return for the 4th of July celebration.

and then the final hunt… they don’t kick the door down, they BLOW IT TF UP. Dean is armed with the grenade launcher, and Sam has Mjolnir, which we haven’t seen since 8.02. Nice to know they kept it, though. So did they grenade the door to smithereens or launch lightning at it? Either way, pretty serious overkill for like 99% of things they face, yes? Grenades AND a weapon of gods.

And we have no idea what they were even hunting, or why.

I just found all of this interesting, especially given that last hunt.

I have mentioned how this season is consistenly portraying an essentially charicatural image of hunting and monsters, in line with the Chuck-vs-Becky debate - Chuck is stuck in a monster-filled version of the story, but as Becky points out it’s trite and sterile at this point, there’s nothing of value to find in the old formula anymore, and in fact all Chuck can come up with is the super-weird Lilith plot, or dumb the Winchesters down to make monsters more of a threat, or jam a whole bunch of ghosts with zero reference to what their meaning was for the plot.

There’s less and less correlation between the monsters and the plot (not counting Mrs Butters) - the various vampires & co are barely mirrors to anything anymore (the two vampires complaining about not living in a fancy mansion can be vaguely read as mirrors to Dean and Sam now living in a fancy bunker after a life of shitty living conditions, sort of killing their underclass past selves now that they have a super-powered base and a governess from the literal 50s, but it’s, like, super quick and not particularly deep) and in fact even disappear from the screen after a while. They’re not even relevant enough to be shown. They mean nothing. The weapons suggest increasingly powerful monsters, but they aren’t even worth showing at all. The monsters are non-story now.

Mrs Butters is the relevant, deep mirror, but she is “double” in that: on one side, she is a mirror for Chuck (orchestrating the Winchesters’ lives, literally giving Dean a weapon to kill Jack with, all that jazz) which is the side that was supposed to have her killed like another monster (we all thought at some point that she’d die, everything seemed to point at the holiday lady as the monster of the week) but, on the other side, she was a mirror for Dean&co, Magnus’ brainwashing mirroring John’s and her life with the MoL mirroring the Winchesters’ life as hunters, and so on.

The plot that is relevant is the trauma-dealing, not the monster-hunting part. Monster-hunting will just lead you to a ridiculous escalation of powerfulness with no meaning, trauma-dealing will lead you to healing and freedom.

Yep, but the monsters are the only story Chuck wants to tell, despite Sam and Dean having successfully dealt with everything he could throw at them, up to an including his precious Leviathan. That blossom they used to create that spell he crushed was a symbol of the fact that his favorite pet monster had died, since it literally sprouted from one’s rotted corpse. Nice. It gives an interesting framing to him crushing that sphere, now that he’s going on a tantrum and breaking all his own toys via the alternate universes he’s apparently finished with now.

The answer isn’t a weapon and an obvious kill. That’s Chuck’s story, and the whole point of this season is that Chuck’s story is… poorly written and reaching desperation levels of what we’ve written about so much media re: the author going for a “gotcha” ending to shock and hurt audiences, or breaking the characters for plot convenience whether or not it even makes sense after what we’ve learned about them throughout the story, or refusing to move past an ending that may have worked a decade ago but refused to take into account how the entire story had shifted and grown since then, rather than letting the story find its own evergreen ending. And honestly, this has been my favorite feature of dabb era.

Exactly. It’s pretty obvious they won’t kill Chuck, because “hey kid, good luck killing God :)” is not… great, and also they don’t love the idea of having to kill Amara too, and none of us loves it either obviously. And of course “kill God” would be just the ultimate shonen-anime-style power escalation thing, and it’s not what the show wants to do. (I mean, we still have six episodes to introduce Fuckhands McMike, the devil’s roommate’s cousin’s son, or whatever, of course.)

9 days ago

has anyone discussed the ridiculous overkill move of Sam and Dean bringing their weapons on the various hunts in the montage?...

Castiel and his son,Jack played by Misha and his son Alex talk about the final episodes!!

9 days ago

Castiel and his son,Jack played by Misha and his son Alex talk about the final episodes!!

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Ride ‘em, cowboy. Day 10: Sweet Rides Doing This Thing

has anyone discussed the ridiculous overkill move of Sam and Dean bringing their weapons on the various hunts in the montage? Only during the first hunt did we know in advance what they were hunting, but the info we got about that hunt had to serve as a template for all the rest of them, because every other aspect (from them running past the kitchen to grab their monogrammed lunch sacks to them breaking down a door to take down the monsters) was exact for each successive hunt.

So the setup here was that Mrs. B’s powers made the tracking system work. It picked up a vampire nest FIFTY MILES AWAY down to the exact street address where they were. It was, firstly, an interesting callback to the BMoL’s monster tracking capabilities, and makes me wonder if they employed a similar being to power their own systems, or if they’d been tapping into Mrs. B’s powers more directly. It’s moot now, but still interesting.

What is even more interesting is the nature of the “vampire nest” they actually crashed in on. I’m not sure if Sam and Dean really even bothered to check for themselves, short of confirming these were actually vampires (they, of course, stood up and unleashed the fangs and hissing, because honestly if someone kicked down your door in a raid wouldn’t you pull out every defense you had?). But did they bother to notice these vamps hadn’t reportedly bitten anyone? Or that they were drinking bagged blood out of bendy straws and not sucking people dry? These– in any other episode ever– would not be targeted monsters.

And yes, they did discuss that they were using these vamps as a test of sorts for Mrs. B– a test of her story she’d told them, and to prove whether or not she was lying about anything… but beyond proving that these were indeed vampires, they never seemed to look any deeper at WHY they were being targeted for destruction, you know?

So… back to the weapons. They were expecting vampires, went in armed with machetes, and beheaded, as one does with vampires. So the theory should hold that they knew exactly what waited for them on the other side of every door they went through for the rest of that montage. 

The second hunt, Mrs. B tells them it’s a lamia and that she put blessed knives in the trunk of the car for them. Weird, because we haven’t seen a lamia since s6 when all the monsters were going off book because of Crowley stirring the pot looking for the way into Purgatory. Strangely enough, the lamia killed the priest before he could bless their knives in 6.04, and Dean had called Bobby in a panic while it tossed Sam around the room, and had to cover it with rosemary and salt and set it on fire to kill it. Presumably being forewarned and forearmed this time around was instantly successful, but we don’t see anything of that particular hunt.

From that point on, we only see the “kicking the door down” part of each of their hunts, and have no idea what they were hunting, but assume they were equally aptly armed for each hunt.

First, it’s hard to tell, but it looks like Sam has the demon knife and Dean has an angel blade. So they were probably after demons to have picked those specific weapons.

Second, they’re both armed with handguns. Common enough, but useless against a lot of things they hunt unless they were loaded with special bullets (silver, iron, etc.), and so we have no idea what they were actually hunting that time, but they went in confident they were sufficiently armed.

We don’t even see the third hunt, barring them collecting their lunch bags, before they return for the 4th of July celebration.

and then the final hunt… they don’t kick the door down, they BLOW IT TF UP. Dean is armed with the grenade launcher, and Sam has Mjolnir, which we haven’t seen since 8.02. Nice to know they kept it, though. So did they grenade the door to smithereens or launch lightning at it? Either way, pretty serious overkill for like 99% of things they face, yes? Grenades AND a weapon of gods.

And we have no idea what they were even hunting, or why.

I just found all of this interesting, especially given that last hunt.

I made that same observation about the first vamp hunt. Like those guys were not shown as a danger to anyone, sipping bagged blood from plastic curly straws and watching old movies then the Winchesters burst in and just behead them. Like WTF? I sure hope they did at least some investigative work first and found out if they were actually guilty of anything.

OMG they were watching an ancient episode of Dark Shadows! And lamenting their rather sad lives in comparison to Barnabas Collins! I mean, how much more downtrodden and sad does a vampire get? Poor babs, if they were guilty of anything, it was of being the least threatening vamps ever on this show. They lived only 50 miles from the bunker, and still hadn’t managed to ping the Winchesters’ radar in all the years they’ve been there. I feel awful for them.

Excellent observations! I also feel sorry for those vamps because they were no threat whatsoever. But that was the point, right? They killed two innocent vampires simply because they were *monsters*. It foreshadowed the fact that Mrs. B would want to have Jack killed just because he was Lucifer’s son, without actually checking if he was dangerous or not. An old theme of the Man of Letters (and even John Winchester) that all monsters had to be killed, no matter what. However, the Winchesters have learned better; they have learned to love the “monster ” who accidentally killed their mother, as opposed to “we have to kill the thing that killed mom”.

10 days ago

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dean baked a cake for jack’s birthday 🥺
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dean baked a cake for jack’s birthday 🥺

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I hate having a body, it’s so high maintenance! Shower this, eat that, drink this, sleep that, it’s all very stupid

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I hate having a body, it’s so high maintenance! Shower this, eat that, drink this, sleep that, it’s all very stupid

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Mrs. Butters versus Dean’s Potty Mouth, a Saga Bonus: