dolennin:


If the Multiverse Theory is true, than there’s at least one universe in which the Library of Alexandria didn’t burn down, and that is one of the loveliest things I’ve heard today.

"ineffable
[in-ef-uh-buhl]"
(adjective) In the list of one of the most 100 beautiful words in the English language, ineffable’s beauty lies in its flowing sound and meaning. Ineffable describes the sentiment of being unable to express something in words because it is too extreme to communicate; words cannot possibly do justice at this particular moment.  (via wordsnquotes)

castiel-knight-of-hell:

calliestrider:

un-leash-ing:

egberts:

*goes to a party and awkwardly follows friend around the entire time*

*goes to a family reunion and awkwardly follows mom around the entire time*

*goes to hell and awkwardly follows satan the entire time*

*goes to earth and awkwardly follows sam the entire time*

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sammys-assbutt:

"Sam, can I help you with something?"

gif source: x

(Source: harrisackles)

kimchesters:

i’ve decided i don’t give a fuck what the writers thought when they gave bitch/jerk to crowley and dean. i’m just gonna interpret this as a sign that dean has enough of his humanity/soul/love for sam left that his automatic response to “jerk” is still “bitch” (◡‿◡✿)

Normally I don’t leave comments on posts and nobody cares anyway but I just need to say I saw a gifset of that but I thought it was fanmade or whatever, somebody making feels happen, and I ignored it. When I read this post I just froze and stared at my phone and I felt the warmth draining from my blood and I had to blink away tears because you can’t give jerk/bitch to other characters. I haven’t seen whatever trailer yet so I don’t have context but season 10 is as damn twisted as a demon soul is if something between Sam and Dean that hasn’t been shown for 7 whole seasons is back but not between Sam and Dean. I’m probably gonna regret writing all this after I watch the thing and have more context but this is my initial reaction to finding out that gifset was real.

litsy-kalyptica:

fluffmugger:

that’s not a typo

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that is not a typo

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Part1: I saw that you were having a discussion with a Destiel shipper. I think that we should think of this like a painting. An artist has a concept in mind and creates art. The people who see it draw their own conclusions and interpretations from the art. Some people might think the Monalisa's smile might be a way of da Vinci showcasing some technique. Others might think that he was hiding some clues about the Holy Grail in the painting.
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tinaj2:

Part 2: But, we won’t know what it is for sure until we talk to da Vinci. But, this is art and it can be interpreted in millions of ways. The relationship between Cas and Dean is like that too. We can interpret the line “All for saving Dean Winchester” as Cas being in love with Dean or as Cas being a good friend who knew that Metatron was going to kill Dean and hence broke the tablet to save his friend.

Part 3: We can take it as romantic love or we can think of it as asexual love. Cas might have either fallen in love or maybe he just identifies with Dean. Dean was, after all, his charge. But, here, we get to speak to da Vinci (the creators of the show). And they say that Dean and Cas are only brothers-in-arms (I won’t even say friends). So, yeah, we can interpret it in different ways but, ultimately the creator’s concept in the one that will be put in history books.

Part 4 (last part): Everything else except the creator’s opinion will just be that - an interpretation. Unless we have a concrete proof of Destiel (like Dean and Cas kissing or saying ‘I love you’), we cannot accuse the show of teasing us. We are just forming an interpretation basing on what we see (and there is nothing wrong with that). But, we have to stop believe that our interpretation of the art is what the art is really about. *The end*

Well said, anon!

When the actual artist defines their work, there is no room for interpretation any more.

People of course still can express themselve artistically in connection to that work, but then it’s their fiction and not the reality of what the artist created.