Naturally, I googled the number….
you know guys with that #weneedmisha post going around i thought it would be nice to point out that yes, while it would be great to have misha back on the show, it’s also very important to respect misha’s choices whether or not he decides to sign on for another season
carry on (◡‿◡✿)
There are nights that Sam doesn’t want to be touched, and Cas more than understands that. Sam has been touched—figuratively and literally—without permission too many times.
Some nights, Sam doesn’t want hands on him at all, and Cas respects that, curls up on his own side of the bed and just watches as Sam drifts into sleep. He wouldn’t even do that much if Sam hadn’t once told him that he liked it, that he felt safe with Cas there to watch over him. Cas had promised empathetically that he would never willingly allow anything to hurt Sam again, and Sam had believed him and slept better for it, and if that’s the only touch Sam wants, the touch of Cas’ eyes and the safety they bring, then Cas is more than happy to provide it.
Some nights Sam takes Cas wrists in his hands and gently guides Cas’ hands, helping him navigate the land-mine of Sam’s body, avoiding the spots that speak to Sam’s bad memories and instead allowing the two of them to work together to bring Sam pleasure.
Cas will lean over, bringing his face close but not so close that he’s touching Sam in any way but what Sam’s hands have already instructed and allowed, and ask in a soft voice if he can kiss Sam, and Sam will nod so Cas will lean the rest of the way down and kiss Sam softly, tender and gentle and coaxing Sam to respond.
Not every night is like that. Most aren’t, in fact. But when they do happen, when all the bad piles onto Sam and nearly drowns him in all that’s happened to him, Cas is so incredibly grateful Sam trusts him enough to allow him to help.
i reblog this every single time
this is my favorite post on this whole website
Fun fact: (genetic) men see fewer shades of red than (genetic) women do because the gene that allows for the color perception of red exists only on the X chromosome, so women have twice the red-perception powers. The theory is, because women were typically gatherers, they needed to be able to tell the difference between poisonous berries and non-poisonous ones based on their color. (source)
So, to a man, something may appear to be simply red. But to a woman, it can be ruby, brick, rust, maroon, crimson… or blood orange.
I’m a woman an this is fuckin red.
It definitely ain’t got no orange in it.
i love this fucking quote so fucking much
Frick that’s beautiful
Well, look at you! Getting bent all out of shape because someone on the Internet made an opinion, on their blog, didn’t tag it, and, since it contrasted with your beliefs of a celebrity you would probably walk over hot coals for…you think it’s okay to send Anon messages like you’re some fucking Crusader.
Get off your goddamn high horse, m’kay? You down? Good! Then let’s talk.
Firstly, as I have mentioned, my post was on my blog. I constantly used words that would tell anyone who’s had courses in English that I was stating my personal feelings on why I wasn’t down with trending something. Obviously, that fucking means I’m expressing my opinions over what an actor may want to do with his life.
THEREFORE, I would like, simultaneously, to congratulate you for figuring out that I may be projecting said opinions while I also criticize your incorrect belief that it’s okay for you to jump in my ass over them.
Secondly, I don’t know what Misha thinks. I didn’t claim to. I said that I would feel guilty if I somehow thought I—along with the help of many others—influenced his thoughts and decisions regarding something that wasn’t any of my damn business. And Misha’s career isn’t any of my goddamn business. I don’t want to persuade him into doing something regarding it. I know that fans had a hand in influencing his decision to keep doing Supernatural, even though his agent—the person whose business it is to know the acting market—told him not to do it. (And they said that because Misha kinda didn’t have a fucking job for most of Season 7. Newsflash: Guest stars don’t get paid much for not being on screen for more than half the damn Season.)
So, if you take fault with me ‘projecting my opinions’ onto Misha’s career…you can cram it up your ass. I don’t care. Because, personally, I think it’s better for me not to want to hinder said career with my selfish wants. (Did I bold the parts enough? Do you understand those are my fucking thoughts, not meant to be any other’s? Do you get the point on that one?)
Thirdly, you don’t know what Misha thinks. Yeah, he says he loves Supernatural. And I believe the things he says. But just because I believe these things, doesn’t mean that I think his thoughts will never change. Ever. Or that things might come up. Any inkling may show up in that noggin’ of his and he may surprise us all. I don’t fucking know and neither do you.
By claiming I’m some sort of idiot for thinking I know what Misha’s thinking…you’re calling the kettle black because you’re claiming to know what he thinks, too. “Based on evidence” only works as an absolute when there’s no other outside factors that can influence the outcome you’re predicting.
Fourthly, do you know how hard it is to get another acting job? I mean, it’s not like I had two Film Studies classes, or a Drama class, or an Acting class in college. It’s not like the man who taught me those Drama and Acting classes was a fucking actor himself that can recently be seen in about 31 episodes of Nashville. (While still teaching at the college.) Yeah… I got a goddamn clue. What’s your point? That only Supernatural's going to be the greatest good he's ever gonna get, or something? *shrug* I honestly don't know what you're condescendingly trying to tell me. That just because it may be harder to leave one show and find another that it should never, ever, ever be done?
Fifthly, I don’t give a shit if the show goes on. I really fucking don’t. If he leaves of his own fucking free will, at any goddamn time, OR they kill off Cas once and for all, and then so many people stop watching it that it fucking bombs. …I don’t care. Sorry, not sorry. But hey! Look at it this way! My opinion doesn’t force you to not care if Supernatural turns to shit, does it? No. Shocking!
I’m waiting for Crowley to steal candy from a baby tho.
Imagine if he tries and it turns out to be surprisingly difficult. “Like stealing candy from a baby? Have you ever tried stealing candy from a baby, Winchester? No? Then SHUT UP AND LET ME BE ANGRY.”
Saving Crowley research time.
Oh em gee.
This is why he goes the machine route. *nod*