and this was going to turn out so much better (i think) but blegh

I’m Always Here

Pairing: Sam Winchester x Reader

Summary: The reader’s been dealing with a lot of stuff. (I mean, come on… She’s a hunter. What’d you expect?) Anyway, she starts looking at pictures and finds some of her and her dad. (For the sake of the story, he died in a hunting accident years ago.) And it just kinda breaks the dam holding back her emotions, and Sam finds her crying in her room at the bunker.

Word count: 864

Warnings: The reader’s been just feeling kinda depressed and down and just blegh… And like one curse word??

A/N: I’ve been wanting to write this for over a week. I was feeling sad and blegh (No, like seriously. I almost started crying because I couldn’t figure something out while practicing piano. lol) so… I got this idea. I mean, what’s better than having Sam freaking Winchester comfort you?
Anyway, you can implement anything that’s been putting you down lately. Hope you guys like it! (GIF not mine.)

And HAPPY BIRTHDAY SAM WINCHESTER!!

I stared at the pictures in the light of the small lamp that was next to my bed, trying to keep the tears from slipping out of my eyes. A loud sob slipped past my clenched teeth though. I put a hand over my mouth, knowing that if Sam or Dean heard me from wherever they were in the bunker, they would come in to make sure I was okay, which I really wasn’t right now.

I choked back another sob and half yelled instead, throwing the photos at the wall. Tears slipped down my face, and I brought my knees up, leaning my forehead on them.

I heard footsteps stop outside of my door and froze. So much for being quiet. Somebody knocked.

I wiped the tears away with the back of my hand and took a deep breath. “What’s up?”

Sam opened the door slowly. “Can I come in?” I nodded. He sat down on the floor next to me. “You okay, y/n?”

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Mornings, am I right?

No one likes getting up in the morning, it’s a fact. And really, why would you? There’s nothing glamorous about it. There’s nothing pleasurable about the slow build from grogginess to wakefulness that could take minutes to hours to go through. Every morning is accompanied with a bad taste in your mouth, sleep in your eye, and finding the new aches and pains that come from sleeping the wrong way on a bad mattress - or the unbearable knowledge of having to part from the comfort of a good one. Mornings, although beautiful in theory, are a pain in practice and it’s probably fair for everyone to be entitled to a little bit of grumpiness.

What’s unfair, and downright terrifying at times, are those who believe they are entitled to possible murder. Castiel was one of those people.

On more than one occasion, Castiel had woken up in  a bad mood. To the point where surrounding people - roommates, friends, family - had been scared for their wellbeing. It was a known fact that Castiel was somewhat of an ‘untouchable’ in the morning, even when he got up in his own time, and protection and mercy was wished upon those who were unfortunate enough to have to be the ones to wake him up before he was ready. He had broken twelve alarm clocks in his life so far and no one was too keen on taking up that position. Least of all his brother Gabriel who had been punched more times than he’d care to discuss. When Castiel got up in the morning, households came to standstills and the world around him fell to a deathlike silence. No one was sure what noise or action could set him off and no one was dumb enough to want to find out. Castiel was scary in the mornings. Castiel could kill you in the morning. Which was why people were more than concerned for the life of Dean Winchester.

Dean came into Castiel’s life as his first serious relationship - which was a classy way of saying “Castiel’s virginity taker” -  and was loved by not only Castiel but by those who were closest in his life. That’s where the concern came in. Dean and Castiel had just announced to their families that they had decided to move in together and while Dean’s family was ecstatic, Castiel’s was fearful for Dean’s life.

“Dean-o!” Gabriel grinned as he threw an arm over his shoulders and pulled him close, guiding him away from the large group of people and into a more secluded area. “Moving in with my baby brother, huh? Well that’s big stuff!”

“Yeah, well,” Dean said with a shy smile, “we’ve been dating for long enough, I figure it’s time. And, you know, I never get to go to sleep next to Castiel because I have such an early shift at the garage I’m…. I’m always gone before morning comes and I just want to finally have that ‘waking up next to the one you love’ experience.” He looked over at Gabriel and rolled his eyes. “I know it sounds stupid-”

“Sure does. Why on earth would you want to do that?”

Dean frowned and pulled himself out from under Gabriel’s arm. “What?”

“All I’m saying is that you and Cassie have a good thing going now! Why would you want to ruin that by being so close to each other all the time, I mean, blegh! Just, ew, right?” Gabriel shuddered. “It’s like ‘oh I’m home and you’re there’ or-or ‘I want to poop and- whoa! Hey! You’re there’ or just ‘you know I want to walk around the house naked and-oh! Oh, God! I- There you are!’ Just- Yeck!” Gabriel mimicked the action of aggressively wiping gunk off his arms and shook his head. “You don’t want that!”

“Uh, actually I do,” Dean chuckled. “And, not to make this weird, but I doubt Castiel would have a problem with me walking around the house naked.”

Gabriel approached Dean suddenly and grabbed his arms causing him to jump and look fearfully into Gabriel’s eyes. “You can’t do this, man.”

“What the hell’s your problem?!”

“You can’t move in with Castiel, alright? If you love him, you won’t do this!”

“That’s like the opposite-”

“No! No, because if you do this you- Dean, you won’t love him anymore, okay? Believe me, I’ve gotten close to that point! You have to tell him you can’t! You have to tell him you think you two are moving too fast. Dean, you have to stop this!”

“What are you freaking out about?! You’re scaring the crap out of me!”

“Castiel gets bad in the morning,” he whispered harshly.

Dean raised his eyebrows. “What, like…grumpy? Gabe, I think everyone is a little grumpy in the mornings.”

Gabriel bowed his head and shook it slightly before looking back up at Dean. “No, you don’t understand. Cas- In the mornings he’s…. He becomes someone else. He becomes something else.”

Dean looked down into Gabriel bright, brown eyes and swallowed nervously. “Uh…huh. W-Well, uh,” he continued as he gently pried Gabriel’s hands from his arms, “I’ll be sure to keep that in mind, alright?”

“What? Dean-”

“Listen, I’m just going to go back in there,” he gestured to the living room, “and continue with the celebration while you calm down.”

“You’re not listening to me, Dean! You-”

“I’ll see you later, Gabriel,” he said before quickly leaving the room.

Gabriel stared at the spot he had vacated and let out a short and bitter laugh. “Fine. Go on and live with him. You’ll see. My God, will you see.”

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Dance With Me

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Summary: There’s always a school formal. But when a certain obnoxious rich girl decides to make it a huge masquerade, Chat Noir decides it’s time to ask his Lady to the dance. He’s prepared for rejection, but miraculously she agrees. What does this mean for Chat Noir and Ladybug?

Ship: LadyNoir aka Ladybug/Chat Noir

Word Count: 1,392

Status: Ongoing

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lagom;

summary: swedish for;“enough, sufficient, adequate, just right, perfect
tw: mention of heights + balconies(non-harmful way)//
word count: 1200w
genre: fluff
read on AO3
A/N:super late lovey-dovey shit for valentines day,, (ps. its japhan bc i still can’t let go of it it’s nearly been a year dear god)

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m-a-r-v-e-l-ous  asked:

I'm mad Bc my friend saw bvs and he's like mr. Film critic. But he went into it with the notion that it was going to suck. He was like "well I'm ready to be disappointed" and then came out like "yeah it sucked like I knew it would" but literally couldn't even form his own argument he was like "it had no story line and it was pointless and no character development and blah blah blah" and it just makes me mad Bc he was so prejudiced against it already

WARNING: long response warning and calling people out below.

Your friend, no offense, is an idiot. Like a lot of these brainless critics who often go by “This Movie Didn’t Go By The Formula I Like To See. So By Default, It Sucked.” He’s sounds like the other critics who kept saying BVS was more akin to an illustrious mythological painting as opposed to Marvel’s light-hearted neat style.

  • Which is a compliment. ????¿ But okay.

Like, the reviewers are literally mad that BVS forced them to use their conscience. They’re mad that BVS required them to use their brain, to challenge their own ideals. They’re mad because BVS is the first superhero movie to actually face-to-face hold their characters accountable for their actions even when they’re “doing the right thing”. It’s the first movie to put their iconic heroes in an objective light and have the audience go as far as questioning the heroes they love.

They’re mad because their villain wasn’t one-dimensional. Ignoring Doomsday, Lex Luthor (Jr fyi cos all the reviewers completely missed that he’s Lex’s son) was a villain who even had the audience fooled on several occasions. You expect him to be one way and he’s not. You can see that his father, Lex Luthor, poured ideals into his son’s head that eventually turned Lex into some kind of villain.

Pulling tricks out his sleeves like he’s a freaking master magician, bringing literally bringing Superman to his very knees without having to harm a single hair on his head, and playing on Batman’s entire psyche the entire time to put the two titans, so to speak, against each other.

Both for entertainment and to prove something to himself, the world, and to both of them about each other (which actually in turn works in Bruce and Clark’s favor in the end). Lex played the characters and the audience well. You had no choice but to respect his brilliance.

  • I can’t tell you how many times I covered my mouth and said “oh my god” because of Lex’s reveals lol.
  • Not to mention how easily Lex did the math on Batman and Superman cause he actually used his eyes ha.

They’re mad because the women weren’t twenty-something in cat suits and wielding guns. That formula always works but it’s time for something different. Not every woman has to be gorgeous with a mysterious past. It’s er, unoriginal. It works but, it’s very unoriginal and it’s the archetype you can find in almost every movie written by a man involving “strong women”

They’re mad because the women were diverse in age, skill set, appearance, and even ethnicity

  • (WOC Wonder Woman, which if you ask me, is a superhero accomplishment of the century brought to you by DC/Warner Bros).

Because the women were written on an even playing field as the men in terms of risks, casualties, danger, and so on. Because the women weren’t used as a sexual subplot and played a special role, especially the mothers. ;)

They’re mad because it’s an actual comic book accurate comic book movie. That it told a story where the audience didn’t have to watch eleven movies first and didn’t need to be handheld. Ever read a comic book? That’s what it’s like watching BVS. You go to the next page and the next page until you get to the end and wait for the next comic book issue. Sometimes you can’t fully appreciate a story a comic is telling until you read all the installments. BVS is just the beginning.

10/10 of those reviewers didn’t like BVS because :

  • - they didn’t pay attention. literally it’s quite embarrassing how much they didn’t pay attention and how it shows in their reviews that they are either really really stupid or didn’t actually watch the movie

  • - they’re used to those “family friendly, witty one-liner” superhero movies that marvel constantly makes and so they get frustrated with DC’s unique formula despite the absurdity of expecting DC to mimic the same formula as Marvel when DC has an unrivaled, unabashed reputation of their serious movies

  • * (ps- the writers/producers for The Winter Soldier admitted to using elements of The Dark Knight trilogy to make Cap 2 just saying which means the movie used DC’s style and look how well that worked out for them :) ) (pss- Marvel and DC aren’t the same so don’t expect them to be ;) ) *

  • - they came in being cynical and judgmental and desperate to see the movie fail

  • - they’re hypocritical

You can’t demand diversity and complexity in a plot, claiming that you’re sick of Marvel’s witty-one-liner method…

…only to deny it when DC produces it.

pick a side, guys. you either want better writing or you just want something to complain about.

People say there’s no character development but there was. And frankly, how much character development goes into a movie where two main characters haven’t been formally introduced to the story yet? The only one who could possibly have character development is Superman since we met him already in Man of Steel. And if you pay attention, Supes had character development.

What a perfect way to bait reluctant fanboys into seeing the Wonder Woman film by showing her in BVS in her truest battle glory where quite literally everyone fell in love with her! What better way to bait people into seeing the upcoming films with The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, etc than to give them sneak peaks in the film and show time-traveling Flash approaching Batman. In the final works of the Justice League all the questions will be answered. It’s reverse-storytelling at its finest and I am here for this.

Your friends claim that there was no plot? Um. What, did he go to the wrong movie and stare at a black screen for two hours and forty-five minutes? Um. The whole movie is layered with plot.

Sorry your friend is so close-minded. I wouldn’t have bothered seeing it with him. People like that can’t be changed. They prefer to be cynical and unreasonably harsh on a movie for personal and childish reasons. Oh the woes of being an egotistical know-it-all movie-goer who calls oneself a “qualified reviewer” I suppose.

  • Imagine wanting every superhero movie to be the exact same? That’s like eating flavorless oatmeal every day. Blegh.

Thank god BVS is the way that it was.

Now, there’s nothing wrong with kid-friendly films (tho I’m not sure how “kid-friendly” Marvel is and I think they’re mistaking those early Spiderman films for what the MCU is making today. My nephew can’t watch any of the Cap movies because of the violence) but thank god for BVS being a movie adults/teens can enjoy without things being dumbed down so kids can access it. Sometimes stories are meant to be told differently and specifically and DC has never sacrificed that for their “child audience”.

The real audience members enjoyed the film aka moviegoers who don’t bother with critics, people who are just looking to see a good movie, and the people who know the comic book source material enjoyed it even more.

  • It made 700+ million dollars which is more than any superhero movie has ever made, breaking a few world records including highest grossing superhero film in the process.

K bye

edit: he couldn’t form an argument because he didn’t pay attention to the movie lol

Chill

Min Yoongi; Humor


Everyone always thinks they’re going to be the chill girl after a break-up.

You know- the ones you see in movies who are like whatever, I don’t really care and are really classy and fabulous and drink fancy wine at a bar until some new equally hot or hotter man hits on them but they’re like no thanks I just got out of a serious relationship and I need time for me.

Yeah.

The chill girl.

Except now you were sitting at home with 2 days unwashed hair sobbing profusely into your second tub of Ben and Jerry’s (the only truly reliable men in your life), drinking cheap wine from the bottle, and yelling in your half drunken state at your phone.

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