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Castiel had always known how he felt about Dean. Somehow he’d always been able to conceal it.

Not anymore. Castiel feels like he’ll burst if he doesn’t just say it. He’s only human now, after all.

He does say it, eventually. He makes use of all the knowledge he’s acquired and tells Dean how he feels over and over again.

It’s in Danish the first time. “jeg elsker dig” he murmurs as he accepts his mug of coffee.

The second time is a few days later when they’re on a case related to an Arab painter. “أحبك,” Castiel says, not looking up from the book he’s poring over.

He ends up saying the phrase more times than he can count.

“Ez hej te dikim”

It is not always “three simple words”.

“मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ”

And he never says it in the one language that matters, the one language that Dean would understand.

“دوستت دارم”

Castiel will only learn later that he has severely underestimated Dean. He will only learn later when, one day, Dean turns to him and says, “You know I love you too, right?”

I wonder if the current Disney Channel kids have drama like one during the 2005-2010 era, in all likelihood they do but they probably just keep it on the low so TMZ and E News wouldn’t be after them

My teachers to 13 year old me: One day you will bloom into a beautiful young lady.

Me, now, a grown ass woman in sweat pants and a t-shirt, appearing to my younger self:  She’ll full of shit, femininity is overrated, in a decade you’ll be an expert on Batman, own no skirts you weren’t forced to buy, and it will be great. 

anonymous asked:

Our school mascot walked around the hallways and checked if the people walking in the hallways had hall passes. If they didn't they were chased by him, and were recorded and put in our high school news broadcast. The segment was called "Runners".

that sounds like COPS

Title: Bi-Line
Author: just-another-busy-fangirl
Artist: koisocks
Rating: Teen
Pairings: Dean/Cas
Warnings/Tags: High School AU, Journalist!Cas, Journalist!Dean, Bisexual!Dean, Coming of Age, Exploring Sexuality
Posting Date: 11/9/2017

Summary:  Dean and Cas are co-editors of their school newspaper their senior year. When Dean begins an anonymous column in the paper, Bi-Line, discussing his life as a bisexual teen, will Cas figure out it’s him? Will he come out to his friends and family? When his feelings about Cas change, will he be brave enough to show Cas the real him?

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LAWRENCE HIGH SCHOOL NEWS: September 1, 2017

Bi-Line

Hello Lawrence High School and welcome to a new year!  I’m sure you’re wondering, what the heck is this column here in the school newspaper titled “Bi-Line”?  Is that supposed to be funny, is it a pun?  Bi could mean a lot of things, bilingual, bicycle, bipolar… I’ll tell you right now that none of those are what this column is referencing.

The “Bi” in “Bi-Line” here is for bisexual.

Wait, what?  We knew Mr. Shurley was crazy, but how could he let such a thing into this year’s student paper?

Well, good thing is, Mr. Shurley thinks it’d be a good idea for our school to get a little bit more well-rounded, so he has approved this anonymous writer for a year’s worth of columns.

The real reason why I asked Mr. Shurley for a column was so that I could be candid with you people.  You’re my classmates, my schoolmates, I’ve known a lot of you for our entire lives.  And I think it’s important for someone to tell you about life.  Not the stuff about life that we learn here at school, but about life out there.

Lesson for this week: not everyone is like you out there.  Strange people do strange things, and the crazy part about it is that to them, those things are completely normal.

Take me for instance.

At the end of last year, I was just your average, LHS attending, Joe-Shmo.  Nothing particularly special about me.

But this summer, all of that changed.

My eyes were opened by two very special people and I realized something that had been hiding deep inside of me.  It was something that had been there all along, but I didn’t ever tap into that part of myself, because it was different.  Why be different when you can just go with the flow and be normal?  That’s what I always thought.

In case you haven’t guessed what it is yet (if you’re really that behind), I am a bisexual man.  Some of you may not even know what that means, but don’t worry, I’ll spell it out for you.

Bisexual men are attracted to both girls and guys.

Yep, that’s right.  You’re reading the column written by someone that you might not have a lot in common with.  But you know what?  That’s okay.

You know what else?  We probably do have a lot in common, but it might be hard for you to get past this one thing about me.  Let’s hope that you do, though, and you continue reading.

Hopefully you’ll learn a little something by reading the thoughts and opinions of someone a bit different than you this year.  I’ll be regaling you with tales of my life, things that happen to most every one of us as high school students, but you’ll be able to see those things through the eyes of someone a little different from you.

Sound interesting?

Good.