oh god I can just imagine him thinking “shit my baby brother was still up there goddamn it cas you’d better be okay. fuck you metatron i taught cas how to fly you do not get to make him fall.”
[tearfully clutches angel family headcanon to chest]
Jesus I saw this ad for the first time last night and this was my second thought after WAIT IS THAT GABRIEL. You bastards. XD
#OH SNAP IT’S ON #SAMUEL’S ALL COMING IN HERE TRYING TO MAKE BOBBY FEEL LIKE HE’S NOT THEIR ‘REAL’ PARENT #AND BOBBY AIN’T HAVING NONE OF THAT SHIT #UH UH #BITCH I HAVE RAISED THOSE KIDS #AND LOVED THE FUCK OUT OF THOSE LITTLE SHITS #AND YOU COME INTO MY CRIB #AND TRY TO TELL ME I’M PRETENDING TO BE THEIR FATHER #SOMEBODY HOLD MY BEARD #BOBBY SINGER #FUCKING AWESOME
do you ever just get up from your computer to walk aimlessly around your house only to sit back down in front of the computer again
I pointlessly open the fridge too.
sometimes i just stand in the middle of the living room and look lost.
Why am I in the bathroom
A Letter to My Little Brother
Overall, I really loved Season 8. I wanted to do something that kind of memorialized what Sam and Dean have been through together over the past year - so I put some memorable quotes - or partial quotes - in poetry form.
Sam “I’m Fine” Winchester
Sam Winchester has never been fine. He internalized every single negative thing in his life and those around him as his fault, his personal failure. He was “happy” at Stanford and with Amelia because the expectations of him were low relative to what the hunting life demanded. He could make good grades and he could fix things around the motel, but as a kid he was always frightened — not like John, not like Dean. He was never as good a shot as Dean, never as fast, never as tough — because he was a kid — and Dean never got a childhood because of him either. So he left. He went where he could be good enough, but then Jess died because of him. That was his fault too. And after Stanford, it was failure after failure — not saving Dean from his deal, Ruby, all those things he did when he didn’t have a soul (no it wasn’t his fault but we know he felt responsible), he let Dean get dragged to Purgatory with Dick Roman when it should have been him, he didn’t look for Dean … all of this we know had extenuating circumstance. Few of these things were actual failures on Sam’s part, although that’s how he sees it. And Dean has reinforced that belief by never letting Sam forget the times he’s let him down. He had no idea how little self-worth Sam has or how he’s contributed to that just as John did with him. This scene opens Dean’s eyes to just how important he is, and his opinion of Sam is, to Sam. And I wonder if that “Just let it go” isn’t as much for himself as it is for Sam.
dean introducing sam to it when john is away (✿◠‿◠)
sam being all nervous about getting caught and dean calming him down (✿◠‿◠)
their lips nearly touching when doing it for the first time (✿◠‿◠)
sam accidentally leaning in too far and kissing his big brother (✿◠‿◠)
both of them giggling it off and falling off the bed because they’re laughing too hard (✿◠‿◠)
them landing on top of each other because dean catches sam before he hits the ground and hurts himself (✿◠‿◠)
sams eyes blown dark from lust having something demonic about them (✿◠‿◠)
dean rutting against him because he wants this. now. (✿◠‿◠)
sam crashing their mouths together (✿◠‿◠)