anonymous asked:

I don't see danneel... you mean like her leg?

oh crappers she’s cut out of the pic in that one. here’s the full pic:

(she’s on the wayyyy side almost cut out of he pic)

The Boy on the Subway

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by Winchester_Bones

When a cute, dimpled guy sits next to Jensen on the subway, he isn’t quite sure what to make of it. Then Dimples receives a text message that changes his life; and possibly Jensen’s.

Words: 1203, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English

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anonymous asked:

at one of those 200th episode parties Danneel had these braids, too. Everybody seemed to like it back then?

Ah, didn’t know that.

Probably there just hasn’t been much public discussion of the hairstyle and its origins and associations yet, hence why it wasn’t brought up in relation to Danneel.

Plus I’m sure there are ways/times/places for anyone to wear the style and it’s not a problem.

Seems to me that one of the bigger issues with CLAIRE sporting it is that it seemed that the show was associating the hairstyle with criminality (or at least being ‘edgy’ or ‘punk’ or ‘anti-authority’ like the post I reblogged talks about) - and as it’s a traditionally black hairstyle, that’s tantamount to associating being black with those things.

So, it’s not necessarily the hairstyle on white women on its own that’s an issue - it’s the way it’s worn, by whom and where.


“I’m not getting any younger and our lives aren’t getting any easier. If I want to have a child, now’s the time. I need you to get me pregnant.”

“Okay, wow. Now I’m hearing things… I should probably lay off the whiskey…”

“No, you heard me right. You’d do this for me, wouldn’t you? You’re my best friend, and you’re as good a genetic donor as any.”

“Genetic donor? Wait, is your way of calling me hot? You want little Winchester mini’s running around? You could just ask me on a date first…”

“Very funny, Dean. So will you do it? Cause I could ask Sam…”

“No! I mean, I’ll do it. But there’s one stipulation. If I’m going to knock you up, I have to be their father. If it’s going to be 50% me, I’m going to be 100% a part of his or her life. If you can’t promise me that, I can’t do it. I won’t be responsible for another fatherless son.“