idk i thought i'd give it a go

anonymous asked:

I sent a DM with the picture I saw, but at vancon Jensen apparently said he'd be down to film a western or romcom w Misha, to give the fans what they really want. Idk if thats supposed to mean he's sorta on board w destiel now or that he gets it, or maybe the new season/scripts have changed his mind?? Thoughts. I love your meta btw (I'd love for Sam to go into magic and his familiar be a dog, thats one of my fav metas)

Tbh I’m not sure Jensens ever truly been against it, just against being aggressively questioned about it in front of an audience of bibros (lbr he’s stern about it at creation cons but jibcon? Sdcc? Other lighter hearted places where he’s more comfortable? He’s easy as pie about it).

Plus given its blatantly a huge bloody secret and they can’t just come out and talk about it, it’s a crucial plot point and his character was supposedly in the closet and sublimating it for a decade so…. meh.

But the fact that the cast and crew are now apparently giving no shits about hiding the destiel as romantic these days through their constant trolling and referencing it ? Pffft. I can’t wait for October ;)

anonymous asked:

I feel problematic, when I was born my parents gave me a traditional Native American name, my family is no way shape or form is or has ever contained any type of native ancestry. Recently people are becoming more aware about culture appropriation, & it's to the point where people are giving me funny looks or saying extremely rude things to me when I introduce myself, I've had several people tell me that I should change my name that I don't deserve it, idk, I'd just like to hear your thoughts

This is unfortunate. And I’m going to be frank with you, most Native people probably would wish someone in your position would change your name. Hearing that people have already suggested that to you, is an even bigger indication of that. I don’t mean for this to come across as rude, but you probably don’t deserve that name. However, you didn’t state in your above comment what your name actually is, so this is kind of a hard one to answer. And I’m not really sure what you’re expecting from me or looking for in my reply to you?

The problem, as I’ve already explained, is that Non-Native people who name their children Indigenous names are usually culturally insensitive or just plain ignorant… or worse: both.

The reason it’s so offensive for Native people to hear about or meet or see Non-Native people with Native names is because just like our languages, beliefs and cultural practices, our names were also oppressed and forbidden for us to use. Many Native people were forced to change their given Native names to something “more English”, because forced assimilation made it seem that our Native Names weren’t good enough. I’ll use Pocahontas as an example, since most people are “familiar” with her. She was forced to change her name to “Rebecca” and convert her religion after she was kidnapped. Many other Native people were forced to do the same thing in order to own land. And many Native children who were forced into Indian Boarding schools also faced the same forced assimilation with their names, among many other things. Non-Native people made it seem like OUR names were somehow inferior. Our names faced the negative connotation of being “savage”. Which is why, still to this day, many Native people give their children both an “English name”, which is usually used on their birth certificates and other official documents, and a Native name, which is used mostly within their families and tribes/clans.

It’s bad enough Native people already have to deal with our cultural and tribal traditions and attire being so overly appropriated. But the fact that our Names are being appropriated as well is really one of the hardest things to deal with. Our people literally were murdered for our names and cultural identities. But Non-Native people seem to think “Nah, it’s cool, we already stole everything else from them, let’s take their names too.” 

Maybe Non-Native people don’t realize it, but to this day, Native Americans still face forms of oppression and forced assimilation because of their names. On Facebook, for one example, many Native people, especially Native Activists are intentionally targeted by Non-Natives (usually racist supremacists). These people track down Indigenous people on Facebook by their Native names and then report the Native person’s account as being “fake” based on their name. So many Native people are being forced to have their Legal Native American names removed and are then being forced to use fake names because their real names are not considered “acceptable” to be used on Facebook. (Honestly this is one of the reasons I don’t have a Facebook). This is discrimination and disrespectful. Their Native names are legal and binding with certified papers, yet Facebook insists on removing them with no explanation and will not hear any arguments. 

Our names are just as sacred to us as any and every other part of our cultures are. Cultural appropriation is a very real and harmful issue, no matter what form it comes in. Why should it be okay for Non-Native people to use our names when for years, and by Facebook’s standards: even today apparently, Natives aren’t allowed to use them? People need to stop romanticizing our cultures for their appropriative-benefits.

Random Sad Song Lyric Starters
  • "What doesn't kill you makes you wish you were dead."
  • "How can the light that burned so brightly suddenly burn so pale."
  • "I wish there was a telephone in heaven."
  • "Something about this just makes me feel old."
  • "Were you really so blind and unkind to him?"
  • "Loving you isn't the right thing to do."
  • "Please stay in my past."
  • "The dreams in which I'm dying are the best I've ever had."
  • "I'm way too old to cry, this shit is painful though."
  • "Tell your children not to do what I have done."
  • "You're always preaching not to be numb when that's how you thrive."
  • "I will let you down, I will make you hurt."
  • "Maybe it's best you leave me alone."
  • "Has no one told you she's not breathing?"
  • "It was never my object for someone to get killed."
  • "You know I haven't always been this way."
  • "I wanted the truth but sometimes the truth hurts."
  • "Have you ever took a blade to your wrist? Have you been skipping meals?"
  • "I'm afraid it might just be time to give in."
  • "You're hopeless."
  • "I hate the ending myself, but it started with alright scene."
  • "I'd never want to see you unhappy, I thought you'd want the same for me."
  • "Where did I go wrong?"
  • "I'll never be your chosen one."
  • "The medicine failed and the doctors lied."
  • "I just called to say I love you, come back home."

anonymous asked:

hey i know you like monsters, so there's a new game in the works called Dead By Daylight, where you play as a serial killer or a survivor, the survivors fix generators to run away and make it to the exit, the killer hunts them and hangs them on hooks to sacrifice to demon/monster things, idk if it's your kinda thing but i thought i'd give you a heads up

Normally not a fan of slasher/murder-man monsters but those designs actually look… kinda cool…. i might give it a go :>

anonymous asked:

Root/Shaw: "Why do you stare at me?" "You're so beautiful. I like to look at beautiful things." (idk if you're still doing these, but I thought I'd give it a shot anyways)

“I really don’t care that you’ve been drugged. I’ll still kneecap you if you keep saying shit like that,” Shaw closed the door of their train car. 

Root laid down on the bench seat and closed her eyes, “Where are we going?”

“I can’t tell you,” Shaw took off her coat and sat down opposite Root. 

“Why not?” Root pushed her hair out of her eyes. 

Shaw looked at Root, trying to decided exactly what to say, “Samaritan has a worm in The Machine and since you’re the Machine’s eyes and ears, the less you know, the better.”

“So I have to stay drugged?” Root asked, pushing herself up in a sitting position. She leaned on the wall and curled into a ball, staring out of the window.

Shaw quickly got up and pulled down the window shade. “Yeah, you have to stay drugged. At least until we get where we’re going.”

Root sighed, “I hate this. It’s like the first time they put my in a psych ward.”

“First time?” Shaw quirked an eyebrow.

Root nodded slowly, lulling her head onto the wall next to her, “Are you really surprised?”

Shaw was honest and shook her head. 

Root smiled humorlessly, “The first one was an underfunded state hospital in rural Texas. Actual treatment wasn’t really an option because no one knew what they were doing. So I was drugged twenty-four seven until I couldn’t take it anymore.”

Shaw swallowed, “Look, this is just…I trust you, but…”

“You can’t trust the voice in my head,” Root raised an eyebrow. 

“As soon as we’re there, I won’t have to drug you anymore,” Shaw saw how small and sad Root was, leaning against the wall with her arms wrapped around her knees. 

Root nodded solemnly, “I trust you Sameen.”