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Irving laid down on the bed, shifting to get comfortable underneath the bedsheets before laying his head on the pillow, closing his eyes and his chest heaving up and down in a relaxed manner. He dozed off slightly, today’s work having exhausted him. The presence of his wife only made it easier for him to truly relax at night.
“Marry me again.” He muttered in his sleep, his mind in a haze. He was becoming more exhausted and Kaylan still didn’t know about him being the Lord Burner and now they had Kyle, he had to protect his son.
“When Jensen and I met, we thought we had the world by
the balls and we found out together that we really did not. I’ve seen
him fall in love, get engaged then get married and now become a father,
and he’s seen me do the same. We’ve seen the same with Misha. This
show’s been a wonderful opportunity to really explore so many facets of a
character, but also to see each other grow and I think it’s one of the
few shows that’s been able to reflect that. We’re not young boys
anymore, we are fathers and husbands and friends—we’ve seen birth and
death and everything in between. I think there is a little bit of that
camaraderie that’s reflected on the screen.” - Jared Padalecki
“We used to think that being silly onset, cracking up
during a scene and that kind of thing, was being really unprofessional.
We would make efforts to stop messing with each other. But now we take
the time to enjoy laughing about something stupid. I think it’s really
important to make each other laugh. All of us will be on set just in
tears laughing way too often. We could literally put out an entire DVD
package of just bloopers, it would be hours long.” - Jensen Ackles
“I think that there’s something particularly resonant
about our show in that it’s tapping into those timeless myth narratives,
but it’s doing it in this very relatable way, with the modern dynamic
that goes on between these two brothers. So the audience has, on the one
hand, this epic mythology that they’re drawn to, but on the other hand,
they’re seeing it through the lens of two brothers who are just trying
to survive in the world. Everything is on such a huge scale in a lot of
genre shows that you don’t really get an emotional impact because it
doesn’t really feel like something that could happen. But I think that
somehow, we got the right mix.” - Misha Collins
I was having fun recently talking with a friend about Fire Emblem, and suddenly he starts talking about how bad Felicia is and how terrible her stats are and this is bad, that is bad, everything is bad, and so I asked him who he married in the game and, without breaking stride, tells me he married Niles.
So last night I had a dream about Roberto. In this dream, we were apparently married, but I had to go back in time to see his past self for some reason–deliver a message or something, maybe? Anyway, he saw me wearing the crown his mother had worn, and he thought I’d stolen it, because this was before we’d met/married. But then I gave him my wedding ring to show him we were married in the future. But he didn’t trust me completely because, that being before we’d met, he thought he’d married me out of obligation/duty only, and not out of love. ;3; So there I was in the past with my husband who didn’t know me yet or love or trust me.
Wait for someone who says, “Holy crap, how did I get so lucky?” when you walk in the door, absolutely exhausted from work at 6pm after being married for 30 years. Wait for that, it’s more than worth it.
I saw that Guy Fieri has a new show with his son, and I couldn’t believe he had a kid. I guess I just always imagined him as this ageless, genderless, independent being that traveled throughout space and time looking for the universes greatest diners, drive ins, and dives
Okay but what if when the Warden and a romaced Alistair get married, the Warden incorporates what Alistair said when they first met into their vows? Basically what I’m saying is please imagine Alistair Theirin crying his eyes out because the love of his life just said “The best thing about the Blight is that it brought us together”