I really want to have one of those Christmas Eve’s where I don’t have to be anywhere and I can walk around the city with the girl I love and we can get dinner somewhere and go back to our appartment and drink wine and watch old Christmas movies and cuddle
What if X-Men: First Class was shot The Office style? Like a documentary having a closer look at the world’s first mutant team?
Cameramen would follow them around and record their lives, going into every crevice to describe what goes on. Every argument, mutation mishap, romance; it goes onscreen for the American public to enjoy and better understand their future.
Even that time at breakfast once Raven and Hank held steady eye contact the entire time and left the table at the exact same time.
Even that one time Sean did marijuana in the greenhouse.
Yeah, they even caught the time they caught Erik and Charles full-on making out in the hallway.
What if in a future animal crossing game, Blathers gets a personal collection of fossils like he has always hoped for, and he will buy duplicate fossils for Leila prices. And what if when you give them all to him you get his picture.
Imagine if somehow Carlos brought Cecil back to his home town to meet his family for the first time and they were all sat around the dinner table, Carlos’s nieces and nephews giggling at Cecil’s wild stories about living in a place with no mountains and floating cats. They hold hands under the table, and Carlos’s mother spots them.
She asks Carlos to meet her in another room and, nervously, he does so. She takes him aside, fearsome even in a patterned apron, looks him straight in the eye and says, “Son… You bagged a hot one.”
A Pleasentville AU where Dean and Sam are sucked into a kooky black and white 50s sitcom that Dean is hooked on. Dean likes it because everything is perfect. No alcoholic fathers, no dead mothers. Everything is pleasant and there’s always a happy ending.
Sam is freaked out and starts trying to change things, which upsets Dean because he just wants to enjoy himself. Everything is so good, why does Sam need to change it?
Only then Dean starts to notice that not everyone is happy. His fictional mother cries in the kitchen when she’s making dinner. The guy at the soda pop shop stares out of the window with a dreamy expression on his face and forgets to take Dean’s order. Sam and Dean try driving out of town but whichever direction they drive in, they always end up back on mainstreet.
Dean sees the nerdy guy from the his class getting beaten up behind the gym. That never happened on the show. Not that Dean saw. But there are secrets in his perfect world and Sam is right that not everyone is happy.
Dean befriends the nerdy kid, Cas. They start to go everywhere together, do everything together and Dean realizes that he’s falling for Cas. He thinks that Cas is falling for him too and he suddenly understands why Cas looks so miserable sometimes and why the other guys pick on him. Cas isn’t like them and the world he lives in can’t accept him.
But Dean can accept him.
He kisses Castiel in the library, a hurried, hopeful kiss to tell Castiel that he isn’t alone and Dean feels the same way too.
When he pulls back, Castiel isn’t black and white any more. He’s in glorious technicolour and there’s no way they can hide what they’ve done.