Because freckles.

Because freckles.

archexplorer:

International Gem Tower details

journal-of-a-man-of-letters:

Sam Winchester’s Journal - Entry #58
“I don’t have a drinking problem ‘Cept when I can’t get a drink.”   ― Tom Waits journal-of-a-man-of-letters:

Sam Winchester’s Journal - Entry #58
“I don’t have a drinking problem ‘Cept when I can’t get a drink.”   ― Tom Waits

journal-of-a-man-of-letters:

Sam Winchester’s Journal - Entry #58

“I don’t have a drinking problem ‘Cept when I can’t get a drink.”
― Tom Waits

I’ve just had this thought about John in Hell and about what Alastair said.

What if he was lying (well, duh), but not about the trying to break John bit, but about John not breaking?

What if John broke in whatever amount of time, maybe after 6 (Hell-)months or something and… NOTHING HAPPENED?! No broken seal, nothing. Because - contrary to what some people believe, John Winchester just wasn’t a righteous man. Well, Alastair wasn’t going to admit that, now, was he?

And we really couldn’t say from seeing John’s ghost in 2.22 that he HADN’T broken because we don’t know what it would look like either way… And not enough time would have passed to turn John into a demon, would it? Ruby said it “might take centuries” in 3.09.

rhymeswthfrenzy:

juppschmitz:

 ”If Dean had been able to let Sam be happily dead the Apocalypse might never have started.  (And I really and truly do believe that Sam would have been a much happier man had his death at Cold Oak been permanent. Has he had a single moment of happiness since then?)” (x)

"sam hasn’t been happy since dean brought him back from the dead in the s2 finale

and if dean had let him stay dead then he would have gone to heaven

so dean committed the ultimate act of selfishness

because

he dragged sam back when he was at peace

and he hasn’t been happy since

I’M CRYING NOW” (x)(via x )

Seriously, one of these days all this stupidity is going to make my head explode. Don’t they even realize that ONLY thanks to Dean’s “selfishness” they still have their little saint to fawn over? (And how is one “happily dead”? The eternal turkey dinner in the skies? Just asking…)

Not that I agree with the opinion (SPN never placed any weight on whether or not Sam was happy or unhappy while dead), but the idea of someone being ‘happily dead’ isn’t so far-fetched.  It was the main theme in a really great season of Buffy.  And on SPN, we have seen people happy enough in heaven that they wouldn’t come back to earth even if they could.

Don’t get me wrong - I’m not trying to argue actual beliefs regarding the idea of someone being happily dead. Because this is purely a matter of personal faith and there is no way to prove one thing or another and my opinion is that everyone should believe what they want.

Regarding SPN - well, maybe that eternal turkey dinner, running away to Flagstaff and leaving for Stanford would actually be heavenly for Sam, who knows? The thing is though, that - unlike what happened on Buffy - nobody (up to Dark Side Of The Moon) in the SPN verse ever remembered Heaven. If Sam had been like Buffy and actually remembered having been in a happy place - well, that would certainly have added a whole other level of drama.

(Who’s that you’re thinking of in Heaven? Just in case it’s Ash and Pamela - I really think, considering the way Pamela tried to convince Dean to become Michael’s vessel, that they were on the angels’ payroll somehow or other and just therefore can’t really be trusted…)

 ”If Dean had been able to let Sam be happily dead the Apocalypse might never have started.  (And I really and truly do believe that Sam would have been a much happier man had his death at Cold Oak been permanent. Has he had a single moment of happiness since then?)” (x)

"sam hasn’t been happy since dean brought him back from the dead in the s2 finale

and if dean had let him stay dead then he would have gone to heaven

so dean committed the ultimate act of selfishness

because

he dragged sam back when he was at peace

and he hasn’t been happy since

I’M CRYING NOW” (x)(via x )

Seriously, one of these days all this stupidity is going to make my head explode. Don’t they even realize that ONLY thanks to Dean’s “selfishness” they still have their little saint to fawn over? (And how is one “happily dead”? The eternal turkey dinner in the skies? Just asking…)

archexplorer:

Facade of building at Park Ave

jocastadean:

sam doesn’t occupy ~the traditionally female space~ he occupies ~the traditionally fugly butt monkey space~

Damn, despite my resolution I went to one of those blogs. And wasn’t this one of the first things I saw: (x)

Dean’s justification as to why Casey was different from Ruby in that “she wasn’t stringing me along like a fish on a hook,” is really just him saying that he doesn’t trust Sam’s judgment.

Well, see what I mean? See how they’re claiming “double standards” where there aren’t really any? Because Dean was completely justified in not trusting Sam’s judgment.

Because Ruby WAS stringing Sam along. With false hope for saving Dean in season 3 and then by his cock and his ego in season 4.

Whereas there is NO proof in the actual show that Dean would have… I don’t even know what with Casey. He certainly never said “he wouldn’t mind sleeping with her” as is said in the post.

With all the logic Sam throws at him and ways Ruby has proven she’s trying to help…

Well, if this isn’t just precious. Ruby HAS PROVEN SHE’S TRYING TO HELP??? She’s been conning Sam from the get-go. Seriously, how can people forget that? It has beenn a long con and Sam, God bless his heart, fell for it, hook, line and sinker.

So, whose gut instincts were right? (Hint: NOT Sam’s…) And who’s proven to have better judgment of character?

And don’t come quoting the Gadreel fiasco at me. Because it was Castiel’s judgement Dean trusted, more so than his own. Remember when Dean says to Gadreel “I just gotta hope that you’re one of the good guys”? Because even then he isn’t 100% comfortable with what he’s done (had to do to save Sam).

(Source: jaredpodalecki)

ovarysoulcandy:

9.02 Devil May Care vs 9.11 First Born

so get this, Dean actually is pretty damn awesome

also hella scary

See, this scene is what confirmed for me that Sam’s famous “You’re a genius”-speech in Trial and Error was bullshit. How could he be so bloody surprised now if he had meant it that time? Tsk.

saltandirony:

a summary of caring!sam:

sam: are you all right?
dean: i’m fine.
sam: ok.