buy books not beer

The Raven Boys Reread Things

- Gansey’s a frappuchino drinking nerd I bet he can’t even handle real coffee

- Adam has a secret warning knock for monmouth. Its such a #clubhouse honestly these boys

- For some reason there are copies of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition all over the place?? I honestly can’t imagine who they belong to????? who would buy them???

- What the heck ever happened to Ashley? She was prepped to be a major character with all her knowledge about Glendower and connection to Declan and then she just vanishes completely?? Is she actually Piper, just pretending to be Ashley and picking up hot young men?

- Ronan collects his speeding tickets. What a dork. 

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Had to sell all your favorite books years
ago just to buy the beans and the beer and to break
the remainder of the rent off your back.
But now you’ve been busy, returning again
and again to the thrifts, redeeming each
treasure back to its stature among your belongings.
And today, discovering a lonely, towering
Under the Volcano you never got to finish,
silently exploding at the sight of you
from a vast shelf of blandness, screaming
Take me back! And you do. You take it straight
down to the corner cafe to reacquaint
yourself with the Consul, that dipso, as you say
to yourself: start again & always.

Each Type When Shopping


Has a systematic and organised list of what to buy - ISTJ, ESTJ, INTJ, ENTJ

Buys everything except what they need - ENTP, INTP

Forgets what they went to the store for - ESFJ, ISFJ

Probably buying books. Just saying… - INFJ, INTJ

Buys the most ridiculous stuff. - ISFP, INFP

Probably buying beer. Probably. - ISTP, ESTP

anonymous asked:

I never shipped Destiel romantically until tumblr, and I see all of these analysis of scenes and everything, and I really can't help but wonder if, despite what the actors say, if Cockles does tend to (whether intentionally or not is debatable) play Cas and Dean like a romantic couple. Because even though I ship Destiel now, I'm not a hardcore shipper, and I doubt that it will be canon (due to writers/network/actors/whatever), but some scenes just can't be interpreted as friends. You know?

I do understand, and I think Cockles factored heavily into season 4 especially, because while the fans loved Cas immediately, so much about his role on the show depended on his chemistry with Dean, and Misha and Jen blew that out of the park with their amazing chemistry. Shipping them even back then wasn’t hard because of the way they just looked at each other and the intensity of their scenes, and that has everything to do with Cockles and whatever draw they feel for each other, as well as their incredible acting.

But the thing is that while Cockles fuels Destiel, I think it’s gone so far beyond that now because it’s not just lingering stares or standing too close, it’s been very deliberately and extravagantly into the story, in ways that literally cannot be accidental. From Cas betraying everything he believed in and sacrificing all he had all for Dean (starting in season 6 and repeating over and over since then), Dean falling apart after Cas died, Dean spending a year searching for Cas in purgatory, Dean basically hallucinating losing his grip on Cas’s hand because he couldn’t handle Cas not wanting to be with him, Cas being trained to kill Dean a thousand times and then breaking through the mind control that made him kill his brother with hardly any hesitation all because Dean said I need you, the two of them being separated like star-crossed lovers over and over, Cas in tears over Dean’s death even as an angel, when angels never cry…

Basically every romantic trope in the book has been incorporated into their story, from Cas buying Dean his beer and porn to Dean being jealous over Cas and April. They’re set up as each other’s endgame now with no two other women who could possibly get them and earn their trust already on the show. Which is why I believe in endgame Destiel, but my point is that maybe in the beginning it was all Cockles, but at this point it has been written deliberately over and over for years, and that’s a lot more than can be blamed on just the actors’ chemistry.