I know this scene has been a source of many kinds of discussions but I don’t think this point has been touched, so if it has, then stop reading.

In the scene after Nick states “you know you love me” Judy has a different set of reactions
First, she looks teased at the comment and then she slowly turns to the right to face Nick.

Then, just before she answers, she looks up, but as you may have noticed there is no rearview mirror on sight which
might mean one of two things. They forgot to add the rearview mirror or she is looking up there for some other reason.

I’m not here to discuss the lack of the mirror but what the look on Judy’s eyes means. You might have heard of the theory
that one can spot someone’s telling the truth or not by following the movements of their eyes.

So Judy is looking up and to the right, yeah it might be a coincidence, or she may have tried to look at the non-existent rearview mirror.
but if you do a little research you’ll find that it’s been argued that people who look up and to the left are seemingly telling the truth since they are looking at the left side of their brain
which controls rational thinking and memories, in Judy’s case she is looking up and to the right
which according to the belief these people are more likely to be telling a lie.
Wait, so what does this mean? 

Wait no, this cant be true. Is she really lying to the fox straight to his face? She was really playing with everyone’s feelings all along!!!
How could she? She just lied to that sweet fox and made us rant over how she loved him for real!!! Is anyone else feeling their world crack? Please keep reading.

Well, if you really kept reading without skipping to the end or you already know the truth of the eye movement,
then you know that’s just a debunked myth a lot of people still believe. It’s been demonstrated that the eye movement isn’t really co-related
to lie detection, but it can show some other things I’ll explain later.

Being able to tell if someone is lying is more related to the body language and pauses a person makes when telling a story
if the person suddenly becomes too stiff or starts mumbling or using words lake “um” “err” then they are more likely to
be telling a lie.
In the scene, Judy seems relaxed and confident on what she says, but still she looks up and to the right which means…
Looking up and to the left is usually what people do when trying to remember past events, that is why researchers relate that movement to telling the truth, whereas looking up and to the right is related to creating new imaginary constructions the reason people believed it was related to telling lies. However, if we put all these factors together; she was relaxed, her words were concise and steady, it can be concluded that her words were truly sincere.

But once again, she was looking up and to the right, she was constructing something in her mind, something that ensures the answer she gave
was true and meaningful. The question remaining is, what was she thinking? Could it have been about the concert that night?
Could it be what she was planning to do after the concert? Or something else? Whatever it was we know that for a moment
she thought of a situation in her mind where she totally could feel the words of the fox getting to her and imagined something involving her and the fox and the word love.


Fireproof/Ready to Run
  • Fireproof/Ready to Run
  • Louis & Harry
  • FOUR

Headphones/earpods required. Harry in your left ear, Louis in your right ear.

I only own the credits for the editing of Ready to run and the blending of the two clips.
Credits for the Fireproof editing (please, add the link to the original source if you know it, thank you).

Dean/Castiel Ultimate College!AU Rec List


A nice big destiel collge!au for you!
No WIPs. If you are aware of a WIP that finishes please let me know so I can add it to the list.
No HS!AU on this list, that list is to come soon, otherwise check my old rec lists on my masterlist.

Word count given when available. Assume all fic NC17+ 

Also, this is a long list, if I’ve repeated any fic please let me know >_<

  1. A Slice of Pie for Someone Who Caught Your Eye 1,226 words
    Summary: Castiel made their coffees with ease, and motioned them all to the cash register. “Can I get you guys anything else? Cookies, straws, extra sugar… a phone number?”

  2. Wrap Your Arms Around Your Own Body
    Summary: Dean Winchester is renowned for his ability to charm his way into anybody’s bed. Castiel Milton proves more challenging than most.

  3. All the Way 56,795 words
    Summary: Castiel spends the first two weeks of college in much the same way he spent the previous years: alone with his books. He’s fine with it—he enrolled in college to learn, after all. Then in his first chemistry lab, he has the bad luck of being paired with snide, good-for-nothing Ruby, and the further misfortune of sitting behind Dean Winchester, the world’s most beautiful distraction. Ruby catches Castiel staring at Dean and makes him an offer.

  4. we found love in the home of a sinner 7350 words
    Summary: castiel kisses dean in the middle of his dorm room. only, dean doesn’t like boys.

  5. Blame It on the Booze
    Summary: Just a bit of college AU smut. Freshman Dean seduces Resident Assistant Castiel but who’s seducing whom? Originally posted for HannahBag and Akadougal on Twitter.

  6. Another September  9,557 words over 3 fic
    Summary: Mary teaches at an overpriced, competitive boarding school, meaning Sam and Dean can attend with a huge cut to the fees. Dean is ready for senior year - thinking it’ll be just more of the same. But the arrival of Castiel, the somewhat mysterious new kid, has things changing around the dorm.

  7. Challenges 1,235 words
    Summary: Chucks drags Castiel along to his friend’s bonfire, but Cas, a shy anthropology major, doesn’t know any of the others at the party. He ends up sitting beside Dean and sparks an unlikely friendship. - - written as a gift

  8. Alternate Realities Don’t Have to Suck 15,300 words
    Summary: Gabriel’s been watching the way Dean and Cas pussyfoot around each other, and now he’s sick of it. Naturally, this calls for a good smack around the head with a clue-by-four, featuring his favourite method: alternate realities. Now Dean and Castiel are room mates in their first year of college, while Sam’s at home getting some qualitiy time with his mother. Shenanigans ensue, especially when the boys admit they have feelings for each other, but it’s not enough to just admit it in the dream-world. They have to admit it when they wake up and face reality. Not to mention, there’s still an Apocalypse going on.

  9. Cold Academic Hell ‘verse  >100,000 words
    Summary: College is hell. Between classes, his annoying little brother, and his inconvenient (and possibly not exactly legal) crush on his advisor, Dean Winchester is learning that firsthand.

  10. Creeping Through the Window 2,881 words
    Summary: Dean Winchester lucks out and gets into the college of his choice. He’s not as lucky when it comes to his roommate.

  11. Dean Winchester is a 100% Heterosexual, Manly Man of Masculinity 10,335 words
    Summary: 'He definitely isn’t Dean’s type. The ‘he’ is a major factor in that. Dean doesn’t go for guys. He doesn’t have a problem with people who do, or anything like that. If some guys like the thought of doing that with other guys then, well, good luck to them. Dean can tip his metaphorical hat to them and move onto the leggy blonde nearby. No, he’s not some sort of closet homophobe or anything like that. He just likes women. He likes their long legs and their soft hair and lips and their smooth skin and the way they like him. He just doesn’t swing the other way. Which doesn’t really explain why he finds the guy behind Jo so fascinating.'Or, the one in which Dean enters crisis talks with his own sexuality and maybe falls in love a little bit.

  12. Ergative/Absolutive 6,303 words
    Summary: He really shouldn’t be thinking thoughts like this about his best friend who literally just broke up with his girlfriend, but he knows he’ll blame it on sleepiness in the morning. He always does.

  13. Denial Ain’t Healthy 16,530 words
    Summary:’ And if, as they walked through the bookshelves, alone, Dean felt his heart thump loudly every time Cas laughed or smiled at him, or felt the need to pull Cas over for a kiss because he was just too damn adorable, or felt the urge to shove him up against the bookshelves and get that damn shirt off him and kiss him silly, he told himself that it was only his body reacting––not his fault––and his thoughts getting all confused, because Dean Winchester wasn’t, like, falling or any stupid, sappy shit like that.Especially not for Castiel Novak.'In which Dean denies his feelings with a fiery passion but can’t seem to run away from them; a story told in five parts. (College!AU)

  14. Rabbit Heart 
    Summary: As Castiel walks up the gravel path towards the huge mansion, he wonders why he let Anna talk him into going to this Halloween Masquerade party..

  15. Reason Cannot Know 7,000 words
    Summary: Castiel is a Masters student who has long since learned to value the voice of reason over his hormones. But after a drunken night with his good friend Dean, he realizes he still has some lessons left to learn.

  16. Five Times Dean Failed, and One Time He Didn’t Do Too Badly 5,509 words
    Summary: University AU. Dean isn’t as cool as he thinks he is.

  17. Free to Be You and Me 70.308 words
    Summary: Castiel Novak is the introverted English Literature major at the University of Kansas. Dean Winchester is the elusive cool guy who happens to work in Castiel’s favourite coffee shop. This is how they meet, and this is how Anna and Crowley play cupid.

  18. friendzone 7,259 words
    Summary:A date?! Like, with a real, breathing human being?” Dean sputters as wipes his mouth with his sleeve. Cas frowns, eyebrows knitting and his head cocking to the side slightly in his typical manner. “No, Dean, with one of the dissection frogs in the Biology lab,” he deadpans.

  19. FWB 'verse 103,878 words
    Summary: Dean and Castiel have been best friends since college. This series follows the evolution of their relationship.
  20. Give A Little Love 10,498 words
    Summary: Inspired by these gifsets. Dean Smith is a classically-trained pianist studying for his music degree. He hasn’t got time for the college’s social scene- he’s got scholarships he needs to work for, practice to get on with- and he certainly doesn’t have time for Castiel, the hippie-ish slacker genius of a guitarist in his class. Which is a shame, because this module? Involves working in pairs. And the professor just paired them up.

  21. Helplessness Blues 10,000 words
    Summary: I’ll get back to you someday soon, you will see (or, the story of how Dean gets it wrong the first time around, but thankfully, gets it right on his second try)

  22. Hiding Behind the Screen 15,314 words
    Summary: Dean and Cas are two tumblr bloggers who fall in love.Dean loves to submit to Cas"

  23. Highway of Endless Dreams  21,949 words
    Summary: Dean accidentally spills his coffee on a stranger’s very expensive laptop. He’s paying for his little brother’s college admission, leaving him short on cash, so the gorgeous stranger-turned-neighbor Castiel Novak decides to get creative and think up his own punishments for the naughty sophomore.

  24. Waves 54,132 words
    Summary: Dean Winchester is the average guy: football, college, kid brother, nice car, girls and beer; his life is black and white, that is until he meets Castiel Collins: pretentious, slutty, sweater-wearing genius, who won’t even take the time to look up at him from his obscure novel while he insults him. And then everything is shades of gray and Dean is drowning.

  25. If I’m Drowning Please Don’t Save Me ('cause I’ve got to save myself) 39,748 words
    Summary: Dean’s pulling in a good grade until he gets paired with argumentative loner Cas for his midterm paper. They fight like vipers but Dean’s intrigued by the man who’s shut himself off from seemingly everyone, not to mention the police file that his hacker friend Ash drops in his lap with Cas’s history inside

  26. Impulse Management
    Summary: Castiel has had a problem since before he even went through puberty. Usually it’s easy to control, but sometimes he just can’t fight the urges that rise inside of him.

  27. Inevitable Homoeroticism in Spanish Romantic Heroes 41,701 words [now with sequel]
    Summary: Dean is a grad student studying for his MA in Spanish literature, and he’s pretty content with his sexuality as it is – that is, fairly undefined and also secret. His attraction to Castiel, a professor to the undergrads, doesn’t seem like a big deal until it becomes a very big deal, and Dean scrambles to keep his head above water.

  28. It Happened One Night (And a Few Times After That) 82,834 words
    Summary: Dean and Cas’ relationship has evolved from being strangers to roommates, and from roommates to friends, and from friends to “we’re just friends.”

  29. It’s A Bet 34,850 words
    Summary: freshman Dean is dared by his best friends to hit on senior Castiel at a party. He wants to say no but then someone starts a bet and Benny bets a sum that is ridiculously high for a student and Dean can’t disappoint Benny, right?

  30. Just A Little Too Much 43,327 words
    Summary: Castiel is shy, quiet, and overwhelmingly attracted to his roommate, Dean Winchester, who he’s pretty sure is straight. But what happens when he finds out that exactly the opposite is true? Will he crumble under the idea of this god being available to him finally, or will he finally learn to open up and be okay with closeness? Castiel has a haunting past, something he is always trying to forget, making intimacy a rather difficult challenge. College AU, rating is likely to change

  31. Kisses for Charity 1,014 words
    Summary: Castiel gets dragged into participating in a kissing booth for charity for the KSU Gamers club, much to his chagrin, but the attendance of a rugged stranger proves that maybe it’s not as bad as he thinks he it is.

  32. Letting in the Light 12,700 words
    Summary: After barely scraping through the first semester at Kansas U, Dean’s determined to change his attitude and try harder, starting with the relationship he has with his elusive roommate Castiel.

  33. Nothing Screams “SEX” Like a Halloween Party 3.047 words
    Summary: Drinks make you do things. Dumb things. Like grind on people at parties, and then get in their car and fuck in the backseat. But it’s not dumb if it’s Halloween and it’s with your best friend, right?

  34. Bonded 56,538 words
    Summary: Demon/Angel College!AU: Dean is a demon who dislikes angels and Castiel is his new angel roommate at college. Dean finds himself fascinated with Castiel’s wings, much to his own annoyance, which only leads him into trouble. When they become accidentally mated to each other, things get complicated and feelings get hurt, but can it be the start of something good?

  35. Paint 6,184 words
    Summary: Cas is an art student with a major art block. The problem solves itself when he hires a model.

  36. Passenger 1,239 words
    Summary: Dean and Castiel go on a road trip.

  37. Path of Least Resistance
    Summary: Written as a comment fic over at thefarofixer’s journal for the prompt: Dean and Cas are classmates in a summer session college course. Dean is taking it because he works during the school year when most college kids work less, and Cas is taking the class just to get ahead. Dean invites Cas to do something summery while they study or something.

  38. Reverberations 16,494 words
    Summary: Dean Winchester only moved back to KU to help pay for Sam’s law degree. What he wasn’t expecting, was to find that Sam had made a few new friends since he’d last visited. And one in particular caught his attention: a certain awkward law student turned bartender with insane eyes and a habit of staring.

  39. Roommates 31,583 words
    Summary: Castiel Novak is head over heels for his best friend Sam Winchester. But when Cas is faced with the dilemma of having no place to live while going to college, Sam being the great guy that he is, suggests that Castiel move in with his brother, Dean. Which is tiresome to say the least. Dean is arrogant, loud, intrusive and he makes fun of Castiel. Will Cas be able to get Sam to fall for him? Or instead will he fall for Dean? Or will they just be…Roommates.

  40. Let’s Misbehave 1720 words
    Summary: Same alternate universe as Zombie Apocalypse, What Zombie Apocalypse? No substance. Just porn.
    Cas likes to take classes in the morning. Dean likes to be awake when he returns.

  41. It’s Always More Than Once (Before It Takes) 10,000 words
    Summary: The first time it happens, it’s because of boredom. Or, at least that’s what Dean tells himself to justify it. Boredom and Dean Winchester are a dangerous combination, especially when you factor in beer, a raging libido, and laziness.

  42. Sanctuary 27,194 words
    Summary: As a result of a personal crisis, and the pressures of college, Castiel becomes housebound. It isn’t until Dean and his brother move in next door that Castiel slowly begins to re-enter the world.

  43. Set Me Up, Buttercup 30,071 words
    Summary: Dean is the starting setter for his college’s volleyball team. His plans for the year include winning Conferences, passing his classes, kicking Benny’s butt at basketball, and making sure Ash remembers to eat and bathe on a semi-regular basis. He doesn’t plan on meeting Cas Milton but once he does, Dean’s carefully planned year changes.

  44. Sleeping With A Friend 2,217 words
    Summary: The one where Dean and Cas are housemates in college and just don’t see the point in moving out after that. Inspired by and named after the song Sleeping With A Friend by Neon Trees.

  45. Stay 100,026 words
    Summary: “Did you just compare me to drugs?” Dean said, sounding amused, and Cas felt a tug at the corner of his mouth.“So what if I did?” he said, and Dean paused.Good drugs, or bad drugs?” he asked, and Cas frowned. “What?” he said. Dean half-shrugged.“Well,” he clarified, “drugs, as in awesome happy-time drugs? Or drugs, as in hair-falling-out, losing-weight kind of drugs?” “…The good kind.”

  46. The Life After the Morning After 17,319 words
    Summary: Dean and Cas get uber drunk on their last day of University. They end up married. Neither of them seem to mind.

  47. This Isn’t So Bad 6,429 words
    Summary: Dean is taking online classes at a local community college. He’s not too happy to find out his exams are proctored via webcam but after awhile he thinks he might begin to like it.

  48. Truth or Dare? 2,771 words
    Summary:In which Dean is not nervous, Castiel knows how to play, and Gabriel is the worst.

  49. Unusual Combinations 8,276 words
    Summary: Dean is a football player, and Cas is a cross country runner, but they don’t live up to each other’s stereotypes.

  50. We Fell In Love, As The Leaves Turned Brown. 4,524 words
    Summary: Destiel HS AU prom dance

  51. Stop all the clocks 14 752 words
    Summary: The plan was fool proof: take Poetry Studies, meet chicks, the end. Dean was quite confident about it until Professor Castiel Novak walked into the lecture hall and opened his mouth. Who knew one course could change so much?

  52. Welcome to the Dork Side 15,532 words
    Summary: Dean’s handing out pie when he has an odd encounter with Castiel Novak.

  53. Whole Lotta Love 4900 words
    Summary: Castiel loves Friday mornings with Dean. He would like to show him just how much.

  54. You Are Castiel 2,204 words
    Summary:Dean has disgusting crush on his RA (Resident Assistant) Castiel Novak.

  55. You Belong With Me
    Summary: Castiel Engel has been friends with Dean Winchester since high school, and has had to watch the man he loves from afar for most of his life. But when Dean starts realizing that he’s not as straight as he thought he was, Castiel gets the chance he’s always wanted, to show Dean that what he’s looking for has been there all along.

  56. 300 Things 76,863 words
    Summary: Dean’s life at twenty-four makes him feel like he’s forty—he works two jobs to help pay bills for his house and put his genius little brother through private school, and has spent six years (on and off, let’s be honest) working on his mechanical engineering degree at KU. With so much of his life devoted to his family, Dean has little time in his schedule for class and no time for social interaction. Then, while getting his classes together for the fall, he finds himself in a do-or-die situation: He must take his last literature class now, his spring already filled with those left for his major…except that none of the English classes will fit his schedule This is how Dean grovels and begs Dr. Castiel Milton to make a special arrangement for him, and Dr. Milton does.

  57. Slow Moving Cars  7,673 words
    Summary: Written for zombie_oak who won me in the helpthesouth auction. She asked for a Dean/Cas college AU involving Dean being an ass at first and then having to make it up to Cas.

  58. A Rite of Passage 11,637 words
    Summary: Castiel is a shy, eighteen year-old mathematical genius working on his doctorate. Dean is a college upperclassman. They meet, hit it off, and start dating. What Dean doesn’t know is that Cas has been holding himself back–and that there’s a very different type of direction he’d like to take their relationship.

  59. Don’t Ever Look Back
    Summary: Another day, another town; when their bounty hunter father enrolls he and Sam in yet another school Dean thinks this will just be another town he’ll forget five minutes after he leaves it. Things get more interesting when Sam befriends a classmate of Dean’s and the lonely boy with the strange name and stranger family slowly gets under Dean’s skin. Their new friendship gets complicated when it becomes clear that Castiel’s brothers aren’t just strange, they’re dangerous, and the secrets they keep and the sins they bury have a lot to do with Dean. It would all be bad enough even without Dean starting to worry that maybe friendship isn’t all he wants.