he's holey

anonymous asked:

Hi! I think the mailman lost my previous msg too :/ (if not, just ignore this ask). At about 42'20" (main panel, 1st video available) Jensen says he has a specific photo in HIS OWN garage (no 'maybe', he's sure) but a few seconds later the Js correct the statement, that photo is actually in Jared's garage. So, how can you mix up the content of 2 separate garages in 2 separate houses... makes me think there's 1 house and 1 garage... ;)

Hello, dear anon!

The mailman did indeed lose your letter! I must again apologize on his behalf. :( He needs a less holey bag for all those envelopes.

(47:32) Is this the part you mean? The fan asks about the big portrait of Jared on the episode “The French Mistake” and Jensen claims to have it in his garage. I think I’ve heard Jared say before that he actually owns the picture and keeps it in his garage, so I can definitely see where you’re coming from.

I don’t know what to think of this, though. It looks like a legit joke to me, but it could be a slip-up as well! What do you guys think?

Thank you for bringing this to my attention, lovely anon! I hope your day is joyous and care-free. :)

Originally posted by fake-fbi-agent-winchester

FRIENDS, ROMANS, COUNTRYMEN, I AM HERE WITH A 👏👏 BOOK REC

Boo by Neil Smith !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I don’t want to SPOIL ANYTHING, because it is truly a winding road full of twists and turns and surprises, but HOLY COW

it’s about a boy called Oliver “Boo” Dalrymple who drops dead of a heart defect one day at school and wakes up in 13-year-old American kid Heaven, where he learns that, actually, he DIDN’T die because of his holey heart – he was shot dead in a school shooting, and his murderer is in Heaven with him 

SO, OBVIOUSLY, LIKE ALL 13-YEAR-OLD SWEETHEARTS, BOO DECIDES HE’S GONNA GO AND FIND THE BOY WHO KILLED HIM. 

AND IT IS SO GOOD. 

and, like, I don’t know anything about anything, but I’m pretty sure Boo is somewhere on the spectrum, and this book deals with mental health/illness in a big, direct way, and it’s super great and clever and DIVERSE and I only finished it an hour and a half ago but I am… considering buying a physical copy already… because I am 200% going to read this LOVELY, BITTERSWEET, HEARTRENDING LITTLE BOOK AGAIN 

and it TECHNICALLY isn’t ~*~queer~*~ the way the books I usually read are, i.e. they’re all 13 and no one does anything untoward with fruit, BUT IF BOO AND JOHNNY AREN’T IN FLEDGLING, CONFUSED, 13-YEAR-OLD BOY LOVE THEN I’M THE QUEEN OF SHEBA, GOODNIGHT