imagine your OTP kissing in the rain.
Cas's eyes appreciation post
(In contrast to Dean's)
#Ugh #If anybody says Jensen is a bad actor #I’m gonna show them this #and then shoot them in the shins #Its like an ocean of pain hidden behind a veil #yet it’s so fucking subtle #Like #you can see him doing his best to remain expressionless #he’s trying to fucking hide back all the fucking pain and suffering and guilt he feels #I think this is Dean realizing that his brother was dead #even after spending so long trying to deny it #he failed #he lost his little brother #he couldn’t protect Sammy #He’s dead #all because of Dean #and you can see the fucking trainwreck of emotions behind his fucking face #yet he barely moves #fucking Winchesters #fucking talented actors #fucking painful show #I’m so fucking done
is there such a thing as too much high def?
I’m not gonna lie- reblogging this almost solely to look at the velvet bodice
The details in the FABRIC. I CAN FEEL IT.
Her hair… her hair hAS THE START OF FLYAWAY STRANDS OHMYGOD SHE IS IMPERFECTLY PERFECT!
she even has a crack in her lips i am going to cry
'Deal? The winner gets to share a paopu with Kairi.''Wha...wait a minute...'
Payback’s a Bitch
imagine your OTP kissing in the rain.
Anna… No… No, please no!
*KPOPEXPERTPOPSINHAAAAY* Well, it is meant to look wrong. It’s about rape and emotional abuse in relationships. Mad props to Ga In and I really hope it opens people’s eyes to the grim of abusive relationships… These things shouldn’t be ignored…
Yeah, I knew that because my friend’s also a Kpop expert. xD I really didn’t like watching a clip like that, and a song like that, with my emotions being all over the place still. But I do agree that these things shouldn’t be ignored and that we should raise awareness.
So my closest friend came over today and we had a bit of a heavy day. On Friday she told me a really personal story that she’s never told anyone and so did I.
Yesterday I asked her to come over and we spent the whole day together today. We watched some Supernatural and when we took a small break, I sort of started talking more about the things I’ve gone through. She said, “You know, why don’t we go outside for a bit?”
The weather was really nice (spring’s right around the corner YES) so we took a walk. At a certain point I said, “I’m really trying, but it’s hard.”
"To talk about it."
"Take your time. I’m not forcing you, if you don’t want to. It’s completely up to you."
So I sputtered a bit at first and started talking about how I wrote things down and I how it had affected me up until now. She listened, gave her opinion and some advice even while we continued to walk down random roads.
"What are you actually so afraid of?" she asked.
"That people either don’t give a crap, or they’ll get mad at me for trying to put an end to my life, or I’ll start crying."
"Would you get mad?"
"… No. I’d never get mad at someone about that. I couldn’t."
"Well, there you go."
That really opened my eyes. I’d never even thought of that. I always thought that if I told my sisters that I’ve had an eating disorder and that I wanted to kill myself at some point, they’d get pissed at me for making those mistakes.
When I started talking more and more about it, I started crying and we had to stop walking. She had been squeezing my hand all this time and I quickly forced myself to stop talking and crying. She gave me a tight hug and said, “Should we find a bench, or something?”
So we walked around a bit more until we found one and continued to talk. She also talked about some personal stuff and I explained a bit more about my life, and everything that happened on those years I was bullied and what people did to me and… she started crying.
"What kept you?"
"… I knew there was no going back at that point. I actually don’t know why I didn’t do it. I guess I didn’t want it to be over. I’ve pushed it all to the back of my mind that I can barely remember it. I merely have a flashback of me standing in the kitchen with that knife above my wrist."
I was so confused. That she started crying over the things I was saying. She reached out for another hug and we sat like that for a while. Some dude even stared at us for a few seconds to check if we were okay.
"I really respect you for putting the knife down. That was a very good decision."
When we went back home, she stayed for dinner and left after that. Here’s the thing, though.
We were standing outside, I was letting her out, and when we went through our usual routine (pack everything up, ready the bike, because we still bike, READY EVERYTHING and then give a goodbye hug) and when she walked up to me to hug me, I was a bit surprised.
She buried her face in my neck and mumbled, “I love you,” against my skin. I was so… taken aback. She had /never/ done that before. Of course, we’ve said “I love you” before, but she really squeezed me and actually buried her face in my neck. Usually, she puts her chin on my shoulder and for some reason, it felt so different.
I’m honestly overwhelmed that I’m so lucky to have her as a friend. She’s honestly one of the best things that’s ever happened to me. ;_; <3