sexualnatural

carry-on-my-wayward-balls:

sufferingsam:

dimpleforyourthoughts:

here sam winchester is around 26 years old, and has just been told to lose bobby’s number

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now imagine what this face looked like at seventeen years old, hearing the words “If you go to stanford, don’t come back” from his own dad

imagine what his face looked like when Dean said he would drive him to the bus station, didn’t even stick up for Sam or argue with Dad

imagine

NO THANK YOU

MY HEART

this-pie-is-fantastic-sherlock

see-but-do-not-observe:

forsciencejohn:

lyingmary:

If lesbian Irene can fall for Sherlock

Why can’t hetero John fall for Sherlock?

that’s essentially what irene says in their scene in a scandal in belgravia, and the main reason why it’s one of my favorites in the series. ”if anyone out there still cares, i’m not actually gay.” “well i am. look at us both.”

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and John’s immediate reaction to her statement

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whovianpotterlocked

bangingpatchouli:

We tend to see the tragedy of What Is And What Should Never Be as Dean and Sam not being close in that dream world as they are in their reality, but what gets me is the reason for that. Dean’s wish was that his mother never died, and in that world — the world that was created in his own head — she raised a family, John was a regular dad who played in a baseball league, and Sam got to go to Stanford and get engaged to Jess. But Dean was still a drunk who lied and stole even from his own family. He was a disappointment to his mother and estranged from his brother. He couldn’t even image himself with Cassie or Lisa. He had to make up a girlfriend from a beer ad. So, the real tragedy of What Is And What Should Never Be is that Dean thinks so little of himself that he couldn’t image himself as a better person. He thinks that his dishonesty, drinking, and stealing are inherent and not a result of the way he was raised and the life he’s lead.