"separated the ordinary from the extraordinary"
electricmonk333:

That lip thing he does. This man’s acting chops are woefully under-appreciated.

electricmonk333:

That lip thing he does. This man’s acting chops are woefully under-appreciated.

Hello sam! Your brother showed he’s more strong than a vampire and you didn’t notice that? 

thecwspn:

Here’s a BTS exclusive from TONIGHT’S episode!

thecwspn:

Here’s a BTS exclusive from TONIGHT’S episode!

queendanneelackles:

demondetoxmanual:

youtakecareofyourlittlebrother:

In the 4th gif doesn’t Jensen say something like “can I put my hand on your belly”??????

Oh God, I think he does. He so totally asks her,right?! Oh my god this is the cutest thing ever. *diabetic shock because of the sweet*

Pretty certain Jensen does ask Danneel because he is awesome :)

And he does it twice XD

deanvinity:

*thinks about dean*

*melts into a puddle of tears and sadness*

9x20 - Bloodlines

milavish:

Jensen,Danneel,Steve,Lana,Mike - New Year (2013)

martyrrdean:

a stranger is quietly writing down your life story, reflecting 
           on your birthdate, making up the story of the reason 
           of your death –
a stranger is quietly turning into yourself

                                                      - Sapardi Djoko Damono 

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minorkeepsakes:

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Ugh. Dean asks for so little, he expects so little from those he loves. And it’s his desperate fear of being perceived as needy or clingy—when he’s been taught his whole life that his needs don’t matter—that prevents him from asking for help even when he so desperately needs it. It’s such a distorted, messed up understanding of what “needy” or “clingy” means, too. Simply wanting his love, concern, and kindness to be reciprocated is a completely rational and justified desire, but in Dean’s mind, it’s equated with weakness and selfishness. But these are things he’s entitled to. He’s entitled to want the people he cares about to care about him in return. He’s entitled to want to not be abandoned by them or treated like a fucking doormat.

And so the real reason why what Gadreel says here angers Dean (and why what Sam said hurt him) isn’t because it’s even close to being true. It’s because it reflects Dean’s completely messed up view of what it means to be needy or selfish.

Jesus don't love me
no one ever carried my load...


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