some au ideas for your otp:
- au where one rescues the other from a terrible place, like hell or purgatory
- au where one of them convinces the other to give up everything they’ve ever known for the sake of humanity
- au where one pledges to help the other lose their “virginity” while they are staying together in an abandoned empty house
- au where one thinks the other is dead and mourns for a year until they find the other miraculously alive but without their memories
- au where one thinks the other is trapped somewhere dangerous and thinks they’re hallucinating their eventual return because they miss them so much
- au where one is brainwashed to kill the other by killing hundreds upon hundreds of facsimile versions, but when face with the real thing cannot do it, and the brainwashing it broken
- au where they accidentally have to babysit together after a rogue angel tries to kill them
- au where one of them dies and the other lies in bed naked for a month and a half in mourning before learning the other is not dead but instead a demon so they pledge themselves to saving them again
why is frozen still relevant i’m so tired of hearing about it lets talk about wreck it ralph instead which was better in every way
you look amazing! hope you had an awesome birthday!
I’m publishing this for Jessica (it’s her pretty face and belated birthday, not mine).
last moment of my brithday!!!!!
Found a little gem from 2008 (x)
Hey, sorry if this is super obvious but I've noticed that many people in the fandom don't like Singer and I was wondering if you could explain me why? I'm kinda new to the show and I don't know if it's something he's said or done or what
Well, he’s a brosonly fan.
He’s probably one of the principle reasons why Misha was fired and Castiel killed off in S7.
He pestered Misha when his wife was in labor for two days and asked him if he could just have the kid surgically removed.
He is married to Eugenie Ross-Leming, who with her writing partner Brad Buckner, writes the worst episodes in the show’s history. And they are clearly only there because Singer is showing her favoritism. They wrote one episode in S1—and then never again during the Kripke years which actually lasted through S6. In fact, Kripke called the episode they wrote “bad writing” on the show (Chuck says the line). Then in S7 when Kripke is gone and Singer I think has bullied Gamble into writing a crappy S7 and consequently getting her fired (or she left in frustration), all of a sudden the Disaster Duo are back. And by S8 they are writing 4 episodes a season, jumping ahead of all the writers that have seniority over them. Why? Because Singer is an executive producer.
I also think he’s responsible for the backpedaling on the Dean/Cas story line in S9 and Ben Edlund’s departure from the show.
He’s also just a narcissistic jerk.
He’s also tacky and classless. He did a “charity” auction at a con once, and while most people do charities that are like help kids and save dogs, he auctioned off two extremely rare items for a lot of money to support what is technically a lobby group—not a charity. It was for a group that is against capital punishment. Now regardless of your feelings on the matter—it is super tacky to bring politics into that kind of situation.
He also Cockles-blocked at SDCC 13.
There are sources for all of these (except the Edlund and Gamble things, those are my own personal conspiracy theories), but I don’t feel like looking them up. Sorry.
The University of Montana’s magazine The Montanan recently profiled Hank — check out the article here!
→ “all that pain and misery… and loneliness… and it just made it kind.” - amy pond
Why can’t you sleep Holly? Oh, just sorting LOST characters into Hogwarts houses