After our tiring event on Sunday, ate Lei and I went to the beach near our inn just to enjoy the beauty of La Union. Our event was held in CSI La Union, it was an on-the-spot doodle art contest for the students and that was my first ever field work. I am excited in our upcoming events this week and it feels really good to be able to unwind near the ocean even in just a short period of time.
you know that totally unrealistic thing in csi or bones or law & order where the scientists randomly pop up, say a bunch of numbers and smart shit, and then oh my god wow the solution is suddenly there and all the problems are magically solved because technology and science and results and data always gets your the answer so quickly?
Why do certain shippers feel the need to have the actors, writers, producers, etc. support their ship? I started out reading BtVS fanfiction and shipped a pairing I knew would never have been on the show, one most people didn't like, but I didn't care and I still enjoyed it.
Well, I can’t definitively answer that because I’m not one of those shippers. In the case of Supernatural, I’m a non-shipper. I have had ships in the past, some canon and some not (yes, I admit it, I was once a huge fan of CSI:NY and shipped Danny/Lindsay, and I shipped the hell out of Emmett & almost everyone on QAF, and disliked Justin on QAF so I’m used to being ‘outside’ the popular cliques!) but I never felt the need to have them “verified” by the show. Don’t get me wrong, I was happy when Danny/Lindsay happened and even happier when it was a minor little thing in the background of shows because I didn’t want the show to end up some Grey’s Anatomy-like thing where it’s all about the ships (by the way, I once liked GA and was a huge Alex/Izzie shipper, talk about heartbreak for a ship). I can only speculate on this weird compulsion by Destihellers - the only fans I see seeking this sort of “support” by the show for a ship - and judging by the emotional age of each and every single one of them, my conclusion is that they are inherently extremely insecure and need constant coddling of their fragile feelings and feeble minds. They are the sort of people who constantly need to be told “you’re right” because they know or at least fear that they are wrong. It is simply a lack of confidence which expresses itself as hateful and aggressive insistence that anyone who tells them that they might be or are wrong is attacking them, a “bully”, etc. They are perpetual victims in their own stories, and that’s really all you need to know about their level of pathetic perpetual indignation. Weak little cry-babies who need other people to coo over them and tell them how special they are and how they can never be wrong…that is what makes them Destihellers, not Destiel shippers. The good shippers don’t need or even want the show to make it canon, because they like the show as it is but just enjoy the fanon aspect of the ship in fanworks (like fanfic, fan art, etc.). You clearly were/are confident enough that you don’t require that sort of constant reassurance.