oh my god oh my god oh my god. Cas. My poor fucking baby Cas.
#this moment is -hands down- one of my favorite destiel moments ever #for dean to actually notice cas’s hurt and acknowledge it #he wants to make him feel better instantly #and god #the way cas listens to dean #he’ve always listened #because dean is the only thing that make him feel sure #that hidden smile- kill me dude kill meeeee
a dean/cas birthday present for mooglets <3
all you famous tumblrs that followed me the other day? you should maybe go have a milkshake or something.
I will reblog this everytime it appears on my dash.
There’s no chance of running into Misha when you live in Japan *sobs*
*pics from various sources (I really don’t remember where I got them from…)
Foreword: Before I start, I just want to say that I’m not coming at this from a Slash!Fan angle. I really didn’t even think of Cas and Dean as having any sort of gay relationship until about season 6, when it was pushed to the point of being undeniable. So bear in mind that I’m not trying to peddle Destiel to anybody, just express an opinion.
I’ve posted quite a few rants on Tumblr so far in regards to SPN, all of which have been fun, indulgent little fan rants on why this season’s been irritating, and they’ve all been enjoyable and cathartic, but overall they’ve all been small issues. This time, however, I have a big issue with the show, not as a fan, but as a TV viewer and an all around human being.
There’s always been a theme of general homophobia in Supernatural. In the world of SPN, homosexuality is undermined and represented via jokes. The problem with this kind of humour is that it’s absurdist humour; it’s not witty and observational, it’s looking at something and going “look how ridiculous this is.” It does hold some weight in regards to Sam and Dean, since those jokes were self-referential and a pithy observation on how abnormal the brother’s relationship is, but outside of the Winchester’s relationship, it takes on a very different tone.
Woahhh, this is an interesting read.
It also explains why Dean always calls Cas a child, and Cas is just like >3> Dean, wat r u doin, I’m an angel o da motherfookin lawd.
Sam = Blossom
Cas = Bubbles
Dean = Buttercup