supernaturalapocalypse:

Misha and Maison Collins (x)

"I know the truth. I know how dead you are inside. How worthless you feel. I know how you look into a mirror… and hate what you see.”

game-of-destiel:

i think what a lot of people are missing right now is that dean beat an ANGEL unconscious with his BARE HANDS…

LIKE HOLY CRAP MAN WHAT THE FUCK?!?!

out-in-the-open:

Best Winchester Brotherly Bonding Scenes 

You know when they are in the middle of a job and it’s all serious and stuff but then Dean goes and says something crazy or does something funny and Sam just can’t help but be amused even though he tries not to. It’s the best!

nestingcas:

i’m so sad though because when dean says “it’s a means to an end” what he really means is “i’m a means to end” as in “i’m nothing” because he’s literally letting this evil force occupy his body and his mentality in order to do what he thinks should be done

and cas knows this instantly, which i think is why he sounds so desperate when he immediately replies “damn it, dean”

(Source: faintindestruction)

pondlifeforme:

Team Free Will - Internal Monologue

           ↳ What makes a story work?

(Source: sugarcubedean)

goatcheeseismycrackshroomsmeth:

THANK YOU FUCKING FINALLY 

(Source: excepttheeyes)

ladyofthesilent:

… Damn it, Dean.

After this episode, no one can convince me that their story is not meant to be the show’s romantic subplot. I understand people are saying that it needs to be more obvious, and that it needs to be pronounced in a way there is no ambiguity left about their feelings, and I agree with their reasoning.

Still, it was in this very episode - more than in any of the ones that came before - that I thought that the relationship between Dean and Cas *is* romantic and as such a vital part of this show, its universe and characters. The fact that no reprieve, not even the briefest moment of happiness is granted to the Winchesters and their allies has become part of the deal - in season 9 more than ever. Both Dean and Cas have their own lives, their burdens to bear, their responsibilities to meet. They both have neither time nor inclination to give in to complicated love affairs. They cannot afford to give in to introspection and moments of self-reflection; as it is, I think Dean believes he cannot afford to have a “big gay crisis”, so he just makes sure things do not even get that far. And Cas, on his part, does not even want to dwell on the implications and dangers of an angel loving a man in a very human way.

But even then, despite all that, they steal whatever happiness they can get from each others voices, from the comfort of a fleeting touch. What they feel for each other is romantic love in its purest sense: it serves no purpose, it doesn’t save or destroy the world, it asks for nothing, and demands nothing in return. It’s just there.

And they both know it, and accept it as a part of their lives. That they don’t talk about it, or act on it - at least for the time being - makes perfect sense to me.

(Source: deansiel)

shingeki-no-flute-fluff:

lithefider:

glorious-godofchaos:

reyairia:

pirateking92:

“That’s your otp”?

“They’re just friends”

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“That’s your otp”?

“But they hate each other.”

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“That’s your otp?” 

“But they’re not gay.”

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"That’s your otp?"

"But they are like 2 feet apart in height."

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"That’s your otp?"

"But one of them is dead."

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elsasexual:

when your computer insists that it has urgent updates

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If not, Castiel dies.

(Source: samwinchesterappreciation)

(Source: spnfans)