Imagine Steve Trevor telling you he loves you. He frustrates himself, stumbling for the words to fully express how he feels for you. The truth is, there simply aren’t words for how much he loves you. The best he can do is lay his dreams at your feet, and hope you’ll build a life with him. Regardless, his heart will always belong to you.
“One [relationship] lesson I had to learn was to listen. Some people do
that naturally, but I didn’t. If you shut up for a minute and listen to
your partner, whether it’s in life or in the bedroom, you can learn so
Imagine Chris telling his mom about you. He listens as she goes on and on about how she hopes you’re a “nice girl,” telling him to make sure you’re not out to take advantage of his money and fame. As soon as he can get a word in, he assures her that you’re the kindest woman he’s ever met; if anything, he has to worry about you giving all your money away to the many charities you’re involved in.
“What’s next? I don’t really know yet. I would really like to not do anything for a minute and sit and play my guitar a little bit and paint and keep my feet in the sun and not do anything but be a loafer, and then when that’s done, I don’t know.” - Chris Pine (x)
Summary: You get a reoccurring role on supernatural. You and Jensen become really close, to the point where you’s have an affair. His wife finds out, and Jensen breaks the whole thing off. But he can’t quite get you off his mind.
Imagine Chris taking you out for dinner. You were in the middle of your meal when the paparazzi saw him and started taking photos of the two of you. He rushes you to the car, more concerned with your safety than his privacy. Once inside, he apologizes for ruining your evening and offers to take you straight home. You let him drive you home - but he’s coming inside with you. It was the paparazzi that ruined your dinner, so you throw together a little picnic on your living room floor.
There are wonderful lessons to be learned about acceptance and throwing away resentment and embracing love. ‘I accept you for all of the awful things you’ve done but I still love you.’ That’s an important lesson. I still struggle with it. I think we all do.
Imagine waking up next to Chris in a rundown motel in the middle of nowhere. You’re taking a cross-country road trip together, and after a racy game of 20 Questions, he pulled over at the first motel that came along. The two of you have been friends for years, but last night was the first time you gave in to the temptation to turn your relationship into something more.